Killer Whale Submarine

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Now you can glide through the deep blue sea just like the ocean’s most fearless predator with the Killer Whale Submarine.

Protected by the submarine’s watertight acrylic canopy, the Killer Whale Submarine is powered by a 255 horsepower supercharged engine that will reach speeds of up to 50 miles per hour while hydroplaning, and up to 25 miles per hour while cruising under water. The submarine can operate at depths of up to 5 feet thanks to the engine snorkel built into the dorsal fin. The two-person water craft also comes equipped with four point racing harnesses to ensure you’re strapped in safely. Purchase yours now at Hammacher Shclemmer. See the vehicle in action below.

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