The Innespace Seabreacher is a two-seater personal submarine, designed by Rob Innes and Dan Piazza. The vessel is powered by an Atkins Rotary Marine engine.

The overall shape is based on the shape of a dolphin, and it also imitates a dolphin’s movement. The Seabreacher has a waterproof canopy, allowing the pilot to cruise beneath the water surface. A skilled pilot can also perform dives, jumps and various rolls.

The Seabreacher uses technology that can be described as “reverse flying”, where a lower pressure is created beneath the fins, allowing the submarine to quickly submerge beneath the water.

The Seabreacher can submerge up to 5 feet beneath the water level and achieve speeds of 40mph above water and 20 mph beneath the water surface.

They are custom built (including a custom paint job), cost $65000 onwards and can be shipped world wide.

Visit www.seabreacher.com for contact details.

Innespace Seabreacher - Personal Submarine

Innespace Seabreacher - Personal Submarine

Innespace Seabreacher - Personal Submarine

Innespace Seabreacher - Personal Submarine

(Also see the CQ-2 Personal Submarine)

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  One Response to “A Personal Submarine, The Innespace Seabreacher”

  1. The French shipyard Piratus is also working on a new dolphin boat generation at the fraction of the price of this one. The website say will be available at the end of 2011. http://www.piratus.com

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