seabreacher seabreacher
sep 23, 2009

seabreacher

no your eyes aren’t fooling you, the seabreacher is a submersible watercraft inspired by dolphins. the vehicle is designed and manufactured by innespace productions and comes in a few different models as well as customized builds. just like a dolphin, the seabreacher can jump dive and roll through the water at speeds of up to 40mph or 20mph underwater. the driver and a passenger are kept dry inside a sealed cockpit, but are free to look around through the glass top. the boat took over 10 years to develop and is now easy enough to drive and maintain for the average person. the design retails for around 48,000 USD and comes with a number of options such as additional view ports and custom upholstery.

http://www.seabreacher.com

  • amazing!!!

    iMagot says:
  • after watching the video clip you really have to ask yourself
    who needs crap like that
    but it has a nice design

    meme says:
  • crap!!! thats really amazing

    biboarchitect says:
  • WE LOVE IT NEWDESIGN2120

    CHARLES BROWN says:
  • lovely…

    arh.GS says:
  • That is awesome….

    Mr Smith says:
  • yes the design sounds amazing, but when human becomes dolphin, it would be a great disturb to the ocean.

    hyzuii says:
  • great stuff

    craig says:
  • who needs space when you have got the ocean, awesome.

    Craig says:

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