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Jet Propulsion and jet-boating was invented in New Zealand in the 1950's and many of the industry's advances have come from New Zealand engineers. For 30 years Konrad Scott has been at the leading edge of development in jet drives and jet boat performance.

Konrad Scott's World Series Superboat

In 1995 Konrad began building jet drives for the new sport of jet sprinting. Scott Jets quickly became the benchmark for the Jet Sprint World Series.

Testing - Lower Rangitata river

Scott Jets quickly developed a reputation for being rugged and ultra reliable. Early Scott innovations were hand-made with super efficient impellers which could reach up to 6,900 revs - enabling higher flow and higher pressure through the pump, interchangeable nozzle inserts, and easy clean grill system, removable front impeller housing, etc.

In 2006 Scott released a patented trim nozzle - a massive advance for jet boating - offering dramatically better boat handling, higher speeds and better fuel economy.

Scott Waterjets moved to a 12,000 sq foot complex in Winchester, New Zealand in January 2007 and now manufacture jet pumps for recreational and commercial use around the world.

Scott Factory - Winchester, New Zealand

The high fuel prices of 2008 have seen a surge in demand for Scott Jet Drives as the combination of a trim nozzle, super efficient impeller and overall Jet design means boaters can save approximately 15-20% on fuel with a Scott Jet - helped by being able to "tune" the Scott Jet Drive to match individual engines and hulls.

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Scott Waterjet is currently undergoing a capacity restructure to enable them to deliver improved supply of jet units, trim nozzles, impellers and accessories.

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