The Innespace Sea Breacher is designed to jump, dive, roll and rocket across water at upwards of 30 m.p.h. on a 175-h.p. rotary engine. The two-seat, 16-ft.-long underwater vehicle uses the canopy of a retired F-22 Raptor. It's Innespace's second effort (a one-seater debuted last year) modeled after the Noland 1, the original dolphin-like submersible built by Tom Rowe in 1992. Joystick controllers work the mechanical fins, and foot pedals operate the tail. Extra-large windows treat passengers to a panoramic view.
Inventors: Rob Innes and Dan Piazza
Availability: Spring 2007; for exhibitions and racing only
To learn more visit innespace.com