Water sports lovers, rejoice! Why just have a speedboat when you can have one that runs on and beneath the waves?
On top of the adrenaline-pumping speed, it also comes in a creative design as the water world’s most dangerous predators. These speedboats are custom-built to give their navigators the experience of being real underwater animals.
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Seabreacher’s Dolphin design …more than happy to take you for a ride.
The interior seats have safety in mind
Powered by a 260 hp engine this vessel can lunge and break the surface of the water
Mechanism: The Seabreacher has a 1,500 cc engine accompanied by a jet propulsion system. It can submerge, but only at snorkeling depths. The snorkel is responsible for preventing overheating by feeding air into the engine. The cockpit is air-tight sealed to prevent water breach with plane-like joysticks.
Rob Innes and Dan Piazza, water sports enthusiasts, conceived the idea of the Seabreacher. This sea cruiser can maneuver and submerge for 20 seconds at a time.
To perform a leap, while cruising 2 ft underwater, all you have to do is tug the lever. It can jump 10 ft or more above the waves.
The 260 hp supercharged engine of this innovative speedboat can send you speeding through the waters at 50 mph and comes in many styles like sharks, orcas, and dolphins.
A Seabreacher is priced just over $61,000, so it’s marketing is rather narrow.
This Killer Whale custom design will send the seals scurrying
Mean machine: The boats are actually recycled from the shells of old US fighter jets and are handcrafted into quick sea-faring maneuverable torpedoes. The fighter jet markings remain on on one of the Seabreachers.
The Seabreacher’s top speed on the surface is up to 50 mph
Seabreacher’s Tiger Design
Designer Rob Innes and machinist Dan Piazza founded the company Innerspace way back 1997.
“At Innerspace Productions,” Rob said, “our purpose is to bring the unique experience of underwater flight to waterways around the world by building exciting, safe, and reliable submersible watercraft.”
He added, “We have been developing watercraft that push the limits of what people can do in the water: diving, jumping, rolling, porpoising, and other amazing aquabatic tricks—all within the safety and comfort of a dry, sealed cockpit.”
Vessels can submerge two feet into the water for a maximum of 20 seconds at a time
Seabreacher’s do offer customized designs
A passenger seat can also be added to your Seabreacher depending on the design that you choose so you can share the amazing ride with anyone
Rob stated, “The organic lines of the vessel’s sculpted body present an unforgettable sight, like the twisted union of a marine mammal and a high-performance fighter jet. Regardless of where you go, be prepared to draw a crowd.”