Is It A Fighter Jet, Is It A Shark? Nope, It’s A Seabreacher, The Ultimate Watercraft

Have you ever dreamed of having your own submarine? How about an underwater sports car or a Bionic shark?

Now you can have all three but to do it you’ll need to get your hands on a Seabreacher, a dramatic breakthrough in recreational boating.

The Seabreacher is a powerful, safe and stable watercraft built to endure surpassing the capabilities of a conventional watercraft. This insane creation powers through, below and above the water. With controls capable of pitch yaw and roll the Seabreacher handles like a high-performance aircraft.

This submersible watercraft can reach up to 60 mph on the surface and up to 25 mph submerged, and are capable of high-speed dives that send the craft launching 20 feet clear out of the water.

Custom-made for each customer the various Seabreacher models can be made to resemble actual marine creatures.

Over ten years of meticulous engineering and extensive testing have resulted in what has now become a range of three distinctive models, all built to the most stringent safety requirements and all able to endure the relentless punishment of marine environments, while making sure that your adrenaline levels will spike from the off.

The most advanced model the Seabreacher X or “Shark” comes with a 260 horsepower supercharged engine that’s sure to get your adrenaline pumping.
The Seabreacher Y is the killer whale version. Similar in size to a real Orca it even comes with a real blowhole.
The Z model, or dolphin, is equipped with a retractable snorkel and there’s also a Z model killer whale.

With custom additions like race car seats GPS and even a sound system you can blaze through the waves in style. The ridiculously cool appearance make any Seabreacher the ride of a lifetime and the talk of any marina.

The ability to perform off-the-charts maneuvers and top speeds all at a low center of gravity and this trip will certainly get your heart pumping.

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