The Innespace Sea Breacher is a two-seat version of the company's previous product, the Bionic Dolphin.
The body of the SeaBreacher is 50% larger in order to accomodate a full sized passenger as well as allowing for bigger and more powerful engine packages.
The Innespace SeaBreacher uses the aircraft canopy from an F-22 Raptor to provide a panoramic view for both the pilot and passenger. In the floor, near the pilots foot controls, are two smaller view ports for increased visibility. The hull of the Sea Breacher submersible is made from fibreglass over a PVC honeycomb core. All the mechanical elements of the SeaBreacher are removable, and made from either stainless steel, aluminium or teflon.
The Innespace SeaBreacher is powered by an Atkins 13B rotary marine conversion engine developing 175 horsepower. A 240 bhp supercharged version is also available.
The Sea Breacher features a large snorkel, disguised as a fin, which allows for deeper dives and greater air flow capacity. The snorkel uses a valve to prevent water flowing in while submerged. A camera pod mounted on the snorkel relays images of the surface to a video screen positioned in the dash.