Equipped with a 1500cc engine, a waterproof cockpit and six fins in the shape of a dolphin, the Innespace Seabreacher redefines the watercraft. The 17-foot vessel can reach 50 mph on flat water, navigate below the surface, and launch 18 feet into the air. It is also equipped with an iPod compatible audio system and a digital periscope. Summer may never be the same again.
Watch this video of the Seabreacher X in action:
The Seabreacher’s upper rear spoiler acts like a car spoiler. When the watercraft is underwater, directing its water jet towards the caudal fin produces a trail that pushes the stern of the watercraft down and the nose up, throwing the ship out of the water. the water.
A single jet controls propulsion and steering. The drivers aim at him with two pedals in the cockpit. Pointing the stream to the left or right initiates a turn; directing it down brings out the tail and directs the nose of the craft down for a dive.
The 260 horsepower gasoline engine, similar to that of a jet ski, generates speeds of 50 mph on the surface and 25 mph below. The air inlet at the dorsal fin allows the boat to navigate underwater while delivering oxygen to the engine.
Two manually operated side fins add handling. Tilting the fins forward draws the vessel deeper into the water; tilting them back helps them get up. One forward and one backward force the craft to roll onto its side underwater or on the surface.
The two-seater, pneumatically sealed cockpit is equipped with GPS, iPod docking station and speakers. LCD screens display live images taken from a dorsal fin mounted camera, which acts as a digital periscope.
You understand: Innespace Seabreacher X, starting at $ 81,000; Innespace