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Recreational boating on a whole new level

26 July 2016

The Seabreacher operates more like an aircraft than a boat, with full three axis control allowing it to dive under water and cut through waves.

Image courtesy of Seabreacher

Ten years of engineering have created a safe and stable watercraft that can endure the punishment of the water. Each Seabreacher is hand-built to customer’s specifications and is available in Shark style X model, Killer Whale Y model or Dolphin style Z model. The body of the craft mixes marine animal with fighter jet, creating an unbelievable effect in the water. It features a canopy and underwater view ports to give the pilot and passenger a near 360° view of their surroundings. 

With full three axis of control – pitch, roll and yaw – the watercraft can carve left and right, jump over, dive under and cut through waves. The newest design can even do 360° barrel rolls on the water.

The Seabreacher is meant to dive underwater for brief periods of time, no lower than 5-6ft for about 5-10 seconds. Easy to control, it features a hand stick that moves forwards and backwards and is connected to the front wing. By pushing them both forward, they move the wings down and suck the craft underwater. By pulling them both back, the boat will almost fly like a plane. 

The craft has been cleverly engineered to always self-right, this is due to the cylindrical shape of the body. The heavy wings and engine weight are all located low in the body; therefore gravity pulls them over its right side up.

For more information visit the Seabreacher website. 

Video courtesy of Seabreacher.


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