Recently, a new type of attraction, called blobing, has firmly entered the pantheon of basic water entertainment. It took quite a bit of time for a newcomer to attract public attention, becoming a regular on almost all the beaches of popular sea areas.
In fact, the idea of blobing is simple, like all ingenious. The usual airbag, the sizes of which vary from 5 to 12 meters in length, is the very blob in whose honor this fun is named. The blob’s location is water, where the main action takes place. Another indispensable attribute in blooming is a jumping structure. It is this duet – the pillow plus the tower – that is the sung collective that brings a fountain of emotions, an ocean of delight and a hurricane of pleasures to its many fans. Continue reading
Motorboat racing is often compared with the competition of marine boats, as they are connected by one regulation, which is why the name arose.
The World Championship as well as the Middle East Championship are held for this sport.
Foundation History: motorboats appeared almost at the same time as cars. The famous German designer G. Dyler in 1886 invented the world’s first motor boat and named it “Neckar”. In 1889, French athletes drew attention to this invention, and at the same time organized the first international boat competitions. In 1908, this sport became part of the Olympic Games. The Soviet Union also did not lag behind and in 1900 the first Soviet catamaran was invented. He worked on a gasoline engine and could reach speeds of up to 13 km / h. The first such competition on our land was the initiative of the St. Petersburg Yacht Club. Also in 1907, the Soviet engineer Lutsky, on his own invented boat, participated in competitions in Germany. Continue reading