The Semi-Submersible Powerboat Flies Underwater

The semi-submersible powerboat flies underwater. We already had a chat with the creator of the Jet Shark in a bid to learn more about the multipassenger semi-submersible boat with wings.

The Semi-Submersible Powerboat Flies Underwater

The Semi-Submersible Powerboat Flies Underwater

What seems to look like a James Bond getaway machine and can also fly underwater is named the Jet Shark.

And just like a regular boat, this machine can be launched and retrieved with the unique ability to dip way below the surface for short stints. The semi-submersible watercraft at the moment is just a prototype, but machines that are similar to it are already in existence.

Founder and Creator of Jet Shark

Founder and creator of Jet Shark, Rob Innes has tons of experience in this specific area all thanks to his work on the Innespace Seabreacher, which is a company that he co-founded back in 1997. And according to Innes, the Seabreacher drives just like a racecar and the Jet Shark drives like a GT car. With triple the volume of a Seabreacher and four seats in the prototype which is up to six planned seats for the production models, the Jet Shark builds on the back of the feedback and experience Innes got from working on previous watercraft.

Jet Shark Availability and Pricing

The Jet Shark as you should know is expected to cost users between $200,000 and $300,000 depending on its features and the firm hopes to begin delivering boats by the end of 2024. The main customers of the machine are envisioned to be resorts in many tourist destinations and places all over the world.


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