May 2, 2016 9:28 AM EDT

There are “hoverboards” and then there are hoverboards. The Flyboard Air, created by jetski racer Franky Zapata, is definitively the latter.

Over the weekend, Zapata used his invention to set a new world record for farthest hoverboard flight: 7,388 feet, per the Guinness Book. That’s nearly 21 football fields.

Zapata made the trip over water, which provides a softer landing surface should the Flyboard Air give way to mechanical failure. Sadly for us plebeians, it’s unclear if or when the Flyboard Air will ever become a commerical product – it’s not exactly the safest machine out there, after all.

Watch Zapata’s world record-setting hoverboard run above.

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