A type of passenger-carrying hydrofoil.
- ‘You can travel easily between the seven Canary islands by plane, ferry or jetfoil.’
- ‘Today, the shipping, property, hotel and investment company owns one of the world's largest fleets of high-speed jetfoils.’
- ‘Just a 50-minute jetfoil ride from Hong Kong, Macau has never subscribed to its bigger neighbor's demolition fixation.’
1970s: blend of jet and hydrofoil.
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