The Seabreacher Thrills Above & Below The Water

The Seabreacher is part sea creature, part boat, part jet, part submarine, and it promises to thrill its users like no other. A project 15 years in the making, Dan Piazza and Rob Innes of Innespace Productions, have created a line of unique watercrafts quickly gaining worldwide enthusiasm and curiosity.

Mnet 30606 Seabreacher

A unique breed of watercraft exhibits design ingenuity, bio-mimicry, and exciting power.

A new product has hit the waters, just in time for summer. The Seabreacher is part sea creature, part boat, part jet, part submarine, and it promises to thrill its users like no other. A project 15 years in the making, Dan Piazza and Rob Innes of Innespace Productions, have created a line of unique watercrafts quickly gaining worldwide enthusiasm and curiosity.

The Seabreacher is one of those incredible machines you have to see to believe. The watercraft can be operated like a boat, but what makes it most exciting is the way it leaps above and below the waves. The Seabreacher model X is a shark inspired craft with a canopy that closes and pressurizes in order to submerge below the surface up to a depth of five feet. The pilot sits at the yoke in what resembles a cockpit, which offers complete control for performing all sorts of acrobatic tricks.

The Seabreacher X boasts 300 horsepower while still providing incredible performance and handling. Aside from its thrilling acrobatic prowess, the Seabreacher X has an uncanny resemblance to the great white shark, capable of both lurking below the waters and pouncing several feet above the waves. Each model is custom made to order, with aesthetic options such as a dolphin, killer whale, P-51 fighter jet, or the bold tiger shark. The Seabreacher also has a built-in customizable GPS, stereo system, rear passenger’s seat, and video cameras to capture every maneuver.

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