Range students build working hovercraft

Nashwauk-Keewatin engineering instructor A.J. Abate pilots the students' hovercraft on the O'Brien Reservoir. PHOTO: WDIO

Nashwauk-Keewatin engineering instructor A.J. Abate pilots his¬†students’ hovercraft on the O’Brien Reservoir. PHOTO: WDIO

Students in an engineering class at Nashwauk-Keewatin High School recently demonstrated their year-end project: a working hovercraft that can fly over water, snow and land.

WDIO has the story, and video:

The hovercraft uses a snowmobile engine and is built from a design the students drafted in class.

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