Dolphin-Inspired Personal Submarine is Win

July 14, 2009 by Rico Mossesgeld  
Filed under Transportation

The premise of Innerspace Productions’ Seabreacher? A personal sub in itself is already cool, but what about a personal sub that supposedly can jump, dive, and roll like a real dolphin?



Quick facts:

  • This is nothing new; the product FAQ cites experience based on 10 years of use
  • A promise top speed of 40mph on the surface and 20mph underwater
  • Price is $48,000 for the basic model, while all the bells and whistles can be had for $68,000
  • Inner Space ships all over the world, through 20-foot shipping containers, for around $3000 to $6000 depending on location
  • Max depth is 5 feet
  • Positively buoyant; unless something’s actively dragging the Seabreacher down, it will float to the surface automatically
  • Cockpit and engine bay are kept watertight with pneumatic, inflatable seals
  • Launchable on regular boat ramps, the Seabreacher comes with its own custom boat cart

Available for purchase via the contact information available on

(All photos courtesy of Innerspace Productions Inc.)


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