The Flyboard allows users to fly over 30 feet in the air by water propulsion. It was created and designed by Zapata Racing in 2011 and has taken the water sports world by storm. The Flyboard attaches to a Jet Ski by a 55-65 foot hose and the power of the Jet Ski is used to propel water to the Flyboard, elevating the user above water. Though some people might refer to it as a water jetpack, the user is actually secured into the board by their feet. While riding the Flyboard, the user controls the navigation whilst the person driving the Jet Ski controls the power. When the Flyboard is attached to a Jet Ski, the Jet Ski has no steering control. Flyboarding requires the user to manipulate the spray of the jets by tilting their feet to go forward and backward and using the pressure of their knees to go left or right.