Jet Shark Submarine
New Zealander Rob Innes already has one wild aquatic craft under his belt with the Seabreacher. Not to be outdone — even by himself — Innes has announced the Jet Shark, based on a similar concept and now undergoing testing. The Jet Shark goes to the source for its aquadynamic profile — the shark. The Jet Shark seats four underneath a gullwing canopy, with air conditioning and dual piloting controls for the front-seaters. The doors can be left open or locked closed for short dives down to six feet underwater. Performance is paramount, and a Kodiak Marine V8 powers the Jet Shark, with the ability to tilt to steep angles and hit 43 knots, or around 50 MPH, on the surface and 17 knots below the waves. The team behind the Jet Shark plans to start taking orders later in 2023, with deliveries starting in 2024.