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If you’ve got a boathouse full of water-based playthings (and who hasn’t?), consider it incomplete. Because although jet-skis, boats and Bond-style diving bells are cool, nothing comes close to the awesome Seabreacher X.
Like a pimped-up version of the shark-like vessel Tintin used to search for Red Rackham’s Treasure, this state-of-the-art submersible can whizz around above and beneath the water, and even perform acrobatic stunts as it breaches the surface. Unbelievable!
Show off those fins
Pop the lid
US coastguard inspected (and we’re not talking Pammy and The Hoff), the custom-built Seabreacher X utilises a 260hp supercharged engine to sustain impressive speeds of 50mph above the surface and 25mph below. Chasing dolphins, searching for monsters and checking out mermaids has never been easier. Okay, so the Seabreacher X can’t dive more than 5ft, but who cares when you’re breaking the surface, popping the lid and ordering lobster from the nearest Caribbean beach bar. ‘Extravagant. Moi?’
The Seabreacher’s amazing power and manoeuvrability is achieved by way of a fully vectored thrust system that mimics the tail articulation of sharks and dolphins. In fact it’s so powerful it can even leap clean out of the water. ‘Did you just see…nah!’
LCD Screen in the dash
If you’re wondering what it’s like sitting in this incredible sub, wonder no more. The roomy transparent cockpit features additional mouth-shaped viewports to provide amazing visibility. What’s more a snorkel-mounted vidcam transmits live images to LCD screens for the pilot and passenger during dives. ‘SpongeBob’s pineapple, 7 o’clock!’
You also get GPS navigation and an on-board stereo system with iPod docking. The good people at Seabreacher will even customise the vessel’s fully upholstered interior in any way you fancy. Ooh, fish finger patterned seats!
Ideal for bored billionaires, companies in need of a bit of water-based PR and supervillains looking for a high speed escape craft, the Seabreacher X is one of the best reasons for messing about on, and below, the water we’ve ever seen. Dive! Dive! Dive!