Seabreacher X-Model Submersible Watercraft




The Seabreacher X is the latest and most advanced submersible watercraft that we have built to date: This exciting new version is based on the dolphin-inspired Seabreacher J, but it has a more aggressive Shark-style body. The X model also steps up the performance envelope with a 260hp supercharged engine, propelling the vessel to a top speed of 43 Knots (80 km/h) on the surface and 22 Knots (40 km/h) below.
Seabreacher X-Model Submersible Watercraft, Futuristic Vehicle, Dolphin
The Seabreacher X can sustain high speed dives below the water and then breach the surface, launching the entire vessel clear out of the water. The new fully vectored thrust system mimic the tail articulation of real aquatic animals like sharks and dolphins. The custom tuned exhaust system also gives the vessel a more throaty growl as it tears across the surface.
Seabreacher X-Model Submersible Watercraft, Futuristic Vehicle, Dolphin
Some other high tech features: a snorkel mounted video camera transmits live video to LCD screens for the pilot and passenger during dives, GPS navigation, and on board stereo system with iPod docking.
www.seabreacher.com.au
Seabreacher X-Model Submersible Watercraft, Futuristic Vehicle, Dolphin

Seabreacher X-Model Submersible Watercraft, Futuristic Vehicle, Dolphin

Seabreacher X-Model Submersible Watercraft, Futuristic Vehicle, Dolphin

Seabreacher X-Model Submersible Watercraft, Futuristic Vehicle, Dolphin

Seabreacher X-Model Submersible Watercraft, Futuristic Vehicle, Dolphin

Seabreacher X-Model Submersible Watercraft, Futuristic Vehicle, Dolphin

Seabreacher X-Model Submersible Watercraft, Futuristic Vehicle, Dolphin


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