Seabreacher: The Ultimate Diving Machine (Videos)


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We've never seen something quite like this! Dive up to 16 ft (5m) below the surface, fully customizeable, and available for worldwide delivery... I don't think we need to tell you anything else!

The Seabreacher represents a dramatic breakthrough in recreational boating. Over ten years  of meticulous engineering and extensive testing have resulted in a very safe and stable watercraft that can endure the continuous punishment of the marine environment. Each Seabreacher is hand built to the individual customer’s desired specifications. 

Available in Shark style X model, Killer Whale Y mode, or Dolphin style Z model; each Seabreacher is a unique creation where customers can select from a vast array of individualized options. 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. The acrylic canopy and underwater view ports give pilot and passenger a near 360 degree view as they fly through the water at breathtaking speed.

Unlike conventional watercraft that only operate on a two dimensional plane, the Seabreacher operates more like an aircraft with full three axis of control – pitch, roll, and yaw. This allows the vessel to carve left and right, jump over, dive under, and cut though the waves. Our latest model is even capable of 360 degree barrel rolls on the water!

The hand sticks move forward and backwards and are connected to the front wing on the corresponding side. If you push them both forward, they move both wings down and it sucks the center of the craft under water. If you pull them both back the boat will get up on the plane. If you push one forward and pull one back it will roll the boat to the side and vice versa rolls to the other side.

The pedals move left and right (which turns the jet nozzle left and right) and turns the boat left and right on a level axis. The pedals also move up and down which moves the jet nozzle and rear elevators up and down. Pushing your toes forward points the jet nozzle downwards, forcing the nose to point down (takes the boat into a dive). Pulling your toes back points the jet nozzle up, which brings the nose up (for coming out of a dive).

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