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The Innespace Sea Breacher is a sports submarine built in the
The Innespace SeaBreacher uses a fighter jet canopy to provide
a panoramic view for both the pilot and passenger. In the floor,
near the pilots foot controls, are two smaller view ports for
increased visibility. The hull of the Sea Breacher submersible
is made from fibreglass over a PVC honeycomb core. All the mechanical
elements of the SeaBreacher are removable, and made from either
stainless steel, aluminium or teflon.
There are a number of different versions of the Seabreacher,
and different engine options. The dolphin-inspired Seabreacher
J is the entry-level version that comes standard with a single
seat, and 215 hp supercharged engine. The next model in the
range is the Seabreacher X, a high performance version that
has a more aggressive shark-style appearance. The X comes standard
with two seats, and a 260 hp supercharged engine. The Seabreacher
Y, which also comes with the 260 hp supercharged engine has
the same high performance capabilities as the X model. The Y
model does have more body modifications, including large pectoral
fins, whale tail, and functioning blowhole - giving it a realistic
killer whale appearance.
The J model is capable of 40 mph on the surface, and up to 20mph
under water. The X model is capable of 50mph on the surface
and up to 25mph under water.
The Seabreacher features a large snorkel, disguised as a fin,
which allows for deeper dives and greater air flow capacity.
The snorkel uses a valve to prevent water flowing in while submerged.
A camera pod mounted on the snorkel relays images of the surface
to a video screen positioned in the dash. The maximum dive depth
is around 5 feet. The fact they all Seabreachers are positively
buoyant means that they cannot sink. If the power cuts out they
immediately pop to the surface (even if the cockpit somehow
All Innespace Seabreacher models are approved for recreational
boating in the United States and had been granted exemption
from certain safety standards due to its unique configuration.
They have the exact same classification as a conventional inboard
boat or personal watercraft, and can be easily registered in
most states. No special license is needed to operate the craft.
Every seabreacher is built to order and the price varies depending
on specification and options. Innespace allow buyers with a
registered order to visit their facility in Northern California
to see the operation first hand.
Yes you can buy this. Here is where you need to go: Seabreacher