Ditch the jet ski this summer and pick yourself up the Innerspace Sea Breacher to fulfill those 007 childhood fantasies. Constructed with a F-22 Raptor canopy, the three-quarter-inch thick solid polycarbonate can withstand hard inverted landings and the sliding mechanism is tough enough to drive the Sea Breacher at full speed with the canopy wide open.
Once you've mastered handling this watercraft, you can order one to spec and compete in the Aquabatic Racing League.
The current race-ready Seabreacher is powered by a 250hp supercharged Atkins Marine rotary engine, and can achieve speeds of up to 50mph on the surface and a staggering 20mph while fully submerged! Vehicles can dive to a maximum depth of five feet and can jump out of the water as high as ten feet. All these freestyle tricks are made possible with four independent control surfaces that allow the vessels to perform with all the maneuverability of an aircraft (pitch, roll, and yaw
Innespace was founded in California in 1998 by Rob Innes and Dan Piazza. The first vessel designed and built was the Innespace Dolphin in 2001 and the latest is the Innespace Sea Breacher which incorporates an extra seat in the vessel.
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