Yachts are impressive - Sure. Speedboats are fast - Duh. Cruise up to either in a Scubacraft and dive under the surface; I don’t care how expensive your yacht is or how fast your boat is, nothing compares to this.
The Scubacraft is the ultimate in luxury aquatics, capable of riding the surface at 50 mph and underwater exploration at depths of 164 feet. Under the water, the Scubacraft has a 100-mile range, making it ideal for science, security and commercial usage. The SC3 fits up to three passengers, measures in at fifteen feet long, seven feet wide and just under six feet tall. It is powered by a naturally aspirated four-stroke, inline four-cylinder DOHC engine capable of producing 160 horsepower and can carry a maximum load of 880 pounds.
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That will easily pull a water-skier or inflatable water toys.
If you have an extra $144,000 lying around, the Scubacraft is the coolest thing on the market. It’s sold stock with a manually activated dive procedure and controls, onboard air supply with reserve, multiple dive capability, an advanced twin tunnel hull, an integrated GPS and dive computer and a surface VHF radio.
Scubacrafts are also impressively manoeuvrable, both on top of and underneath the water. They offer a jet powered, air cushioned ride at high speeds and a stable ride at lower speeds. Of course, additional features can be added to enhance your Scubacraft’s performance including an underwater filming platform – so you can share your deep sea adventures with your jealous friends – imaging sonar, underwater communication and a custom trailer, to name a few.
To learn more about how to get your hands on one of these unique toys, visit Scubacraft online.