A jetpack instructor at H2O Water Sports Powered by Seabreeze demonstrates how to use a Jetlev in Honolulu. New devices that pump water fast enough to make people defy gravity are drawing thrill-seekers eager to try the next new watersport, but Hawaii fishermen, scientists and state officials are questioning their safety and how they may affect fish, coral and other fragile natural resources in the islands.
Customer Victor Verlage rides a Jetlev jetpack in Honolulu.
Rocky Mountain Flyboard instructor Chase Shaw flips with his flyboard, on the Jordanelle Reservoir, at Jordanelle State Park, Utah.
instructor Shaw does an aerial flip with his flyboard.