Mission

More than 15 million U.S. citizens ages 35-44 enjoy Kayaking, Canoeing and other calm water outdoor activities. Sadly, as people move into the 45-plus age group, that number drops dramatically – to less than half as many people – even though the 45-plus age group has become the single largest segment of our society.

The largest reason for this dramatic decline is the onset of physical limitations – injuries, illnesses, lack of physical strength and so on.

The implications of this are serious, including isolation and further deterioration, both physically and emotionally. We found literally dozens of studies pointing to isolation as a major cause of depression among aging Baby Boomers.

Dual Jet Marine has developed and thoroughly tested a low-cost, easy to use, feature rich and highly adaptable electric propulsion system that can be mounted on a wide range of kayaks, canoes, inflatables and other water craft, to allow aging people – and even people with physical disabilities – to get back on the water. We eliminate the difficult rowing and paddling using our patented electric dual thruster system.

Dual Jet Marine is committed to delivering innovative water mobility systems that enable adventure for all users. Our experience in the marine propulsion industry has been rich with innovation, invention, philanthropy, and excitement. We hope to reach people and communities of all kinds, and provide them with the technology and systems that they desire.

Our portfolio of marine IP has set us on a path of ongoing R&D and product release. We are happy to engage with companies and organizations who may want to integrate our technology into existing product, or perhaps new water mobility, autonomous, or adaptive equipment.

Please contact us for more information about how your company or organization can get access to these exciting new products and technologies. 

 

Product Design at Dual Jet Marine

The product design mission at Dual Jet Marine is predicated on three principles: 

1. Elegant simplicity of engineering approach and the accompanying Industrial Design (ID.)

2.  Optimization of the User eXperince (UX) while working with manufacturing and supply chain engineering to implement Design for Manufacturing (DFM.)

3.  Providing the highest customer value at the lowest possible Cost of Goods Sold (COGS), thus ensuring profitability.