Seabreacher Dolphin Water craft

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by grob, Jan 3, 2007.

  1. grob
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  2. jetboat14
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    jetboat14 New Member

    It was on drudgereport yesterday, I posted on our board about it,
    I wish they would make it electric so you can stay under surface for a few minutes :) Could be cool! ;)

    I even added this whole class of boats to BoatWiki..

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  3. brian eiland
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    brian eiland Senior Member

    Dolphin-inspired Vessels

    Someone just sent this info to me, so I had to see if it had been posted. Turns out it had about 11 months ago without many replies. So I thought I would revive this subject:
    "These fully submersible watercraft use their forward momentum and the downward lift of their wings to literally fly below the water's surface. This radical departure from the typical method of sinking below the surface allows them to achieve an unparalleled level of freestyle performance"

    http://www.innespace.com/
     

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