Dive with the Innespace Dolphin

Are you interested in turning into an amphibian, so that you can have the best of both the worlds? People would laugh at this thought about a decade ago, but it is very plausible now with Innespace’s Dolphin watercraft. It is an aquatic vessel shaped like a dolphin. These positively buoyant vessels 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 the Dolphins to achieve an unparalleled level of freestyle performance. This method of propulsion allows the vessel to perform sustained dives, huge jumps, barrel rolls, and many other amazing acrobatic tricks. Moreover, by using forward momentum, if something goes wrong during a dive, it always pops to the surface and self-rights.

The dolphin watercraft is constructed of fiberglass and Kevlar over a urethane foam core and can achieve speeds up to 30 mph on the surface and 20 mph below the surface. The only probable shortcoming of this machine could be its one-seated accommodation. At this stage, they are not offering rides for pilots or passengers. However, with the completion of their new two-seater Dolphin, they will offer people the chance to experience the thrill of flying underwater. This will be available by next summer. Any takers?

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