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Seabreacher

Seabreacher

We've seen quite a few personal submarine options lately, but none quite as crazy as the Seabreacher ($65,000 and up). Available in a 155hp, dolphin-inspired J model, or the more badass, shark-bodied 266hp X model, these submersible watercraft can reach up to 50 mph on the surface and up to 25 mph submerged, and are capable of high-speed dives that send the craft launching out of the water. Other features include a snorkel-mounted video camera, an iPod-compatible stereo system, and the ability to scare the bejeezus out of innocent boaters. [Thanks, Kelvin]

  • Scubacraft

    Underwater shenanigans await aboard the Scubacraft ($120,000). This open-cockpit submersible can reach 50 knots above water thanks to a 250hp engine, and offers push-button descent down to 100 feet beneath the waves, where electric thrusters kick in to move you and up to two friends around the depths. Scuba gear and certification required for the captain and passengers, but if you're seriously considering buying this thing, that's probably not going to be a problem.

  • Personal Submarine

    Want to see how the cleanup is coming along up close and personal? Hop aboard your Personal Submarine ($2,000,000). This two-person submersible vehicle features a transparent, climate-controlled acrylic pressure sphere, a 120- and 24-volt battery bank good for up to six hours of adventuring, two 3-hp main thrusters, two 3-hp vertical thrusters, four external halogen lamps, upright seating, a VHF radio for communication with the surface, GPS, and the license to descend up to 1,000 feet under the sea.