The Amphibious Sub-Surface Watercraft

Apr 14, 2015

Category: Rides

It feels great to be on the water, doesn’t it? But it’s also enjoyable to be underwater with the ocean’s wildlife. Now, there’s a partially submersible watercraft that allows you to be both above and below the waterline at your leisure.

The Amphibious Sub-Surface Watercraft is perfect for exploring underwater environments that don’t require the need to go too far below the surface. It hits a speed of 6 knots forward (or 4 knots backward), and it can even be taken on land thanks to its dedicated 48-volt intercooled electric motors and heavy-duty rubber tracks. It has two 24-volt lithium batteries that give it a whopping 110 hours of uninterrupted water operation before it requires a recharge. It can seat three people at one time, so it’s also great if you want to drive along while others sit in the bottom and see the ocean from the safety of an enclosed vehicle. You’ll need a spare $300,000 if you’re interested, though. [Purchase]

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