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Burrasca, your very own personal watercraft by Belassi

Belassi combines the strengths of engineering and technology with the uniqueness of true craftsmanship.


The natural environment of Belassi personal watercraft is the ridable water in all its forms. Especially the challenge of the waves became the main concept and inspiration of the naming for Burrasca, which is the Italian name for Storm – the expression of an indomitable force of nature that conveys emotions and deep thoughts. Aggressive, tough, self-confident, elegant, unique in its style, Burrasca is the result of research and attention to details, to provide high performance and excitement while riding it.

To put together over 2000 pieces which our Burrasca is made of, needs a lot of passion and creativity. Just like Leonardo da Vinci once said: “Art should walk alongside the Science”, hence, in Belassi, all of their units are still hand-assembled one by one, but with the support of the latest technology and expertise.

Burrasca, your very own personal watercraft by Belassi
Burrasca, your very own personal watercraft by Belassi
Burrasca, your very own personal watercraft by Belassi

Burrasca, your very own personal watercraft by BelassiCourtesy of Belassi

Belassi is a lifestyle, an individual way of living. Immersing yourself in the world of Belassi gives insight into the Austrian Manufaktur, where engineers meet artisans. Located in the engineering heart of Austria, Belassi looks back on a heritage of high performance products, being unique in its specialisation in personal watercrafts. Their new state-of-the-art development centre in Linz lays the foundations for their own engine development, product design and engineering.

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