Default Yacht Wraps Dubai logo
Yacht Wraps Dubai Seabreacher Price FAQ Intro
More info, FAQ's and the Seabreacher price from Yacht Wraps...
All models are approved for recreational use and sale by the US Coast Guard, and can be registered as a conventional inboard powerboat in most countries.

About The Seabreacher

The Seabreacher represents a dramatic breakthrough in recreational boating. Taking over ten years of meticulous engineering and extensive testing resulted in a very safe and stable watercraft that can endure the continuous punishment of the marine environment. Each Seabreacher is hand built to the individual customer’s desired specifications and naturally reflected in the Seabreacher price.

Available in Shark style X model, Killer Whale Y mode, or Dolphin style Z model; each Seabreacher is a unique creation where customers can select from a vast array of individualised options. The organic lines of the vessel’s sculpted body present an unforgettable sight, like the twisted union of a marine mammal and a high performance fighter jet. The acrylic canopy and underwater view ports give pilot and passenger a near 360 degree view as they fly through the water at breathtaking speed.

Unlike conventional watercraft that only operate on a two dimensional plane, the Seabreacher operates more like an aircraft with full three axis of control – pitch, roll, and yaw. This allows the vessel to carve left and right, jump over, dive under, and cut though the waves. Our latest model is even capable of 360 degree barrel rolls on the water!

How The Seabreacher Works

The hand sticks move forward and backwards and are connected to the front wing on the corresponding side. If you push them both forward, they move both wings down and it sucks the center of the craft under water. If you pull them both back the boat will get up on the plane. If you push one forward and pull one back it will roll the boat to the side and vice versa rolls to the other side.

The pedals move left and right (which turns the jet nozzle left and right) and turns the boat left and right on a level axis. The pedals also move up and down which moves the jet nozzle and rear elevators up and down. Pushing your toes forward points the jet nozzle downwards, forcing the nose to point down (takes the boat into a dive). Pulling your toes back points the jet nozzle up, which brings the nose up (for coming out of a dive).

The main wings have to be held down during a dive and work like airplane wings in reverse, offsetting the buoyancy of the craft and holding it underwater. Different variations of the controls at different times result in the varied maneuvers we can perform.

Diving and Submerging.

The Seabreacher is only meant to dive just beneath the surface for brief durations. You typically do not go lower than 5-6 feet, and it will also depend on your level of experience as a pilot. Most people are under for about 5-10 seconds at a time, and almost always have a portion of the snorkel above the waterline. More experienced drivers can stay underwater for up to 1 minute before launching through the surface. You also need to consider the snorkel/dorsal fin, which is your air intake for the engine. Diving below snorkel depth will only cause the engine to stall, and then the boat will always pop back to the surface.

Unlike typical submersibles, the Seabreacher is always clearly visible when performing dives – similar to certain jet skis operators who are able to force the ski underwater. You will still see the large wake behind the boat, in addition to still hearing it. We strongly recommend that our customers utilize a chase boat with radio communication between the Seabreacher and that chase boat.

The Seabreacher is positively buoyant, and has been engineered to always self-right. Imagine if you have a cylinder and you add metal weight to the bottom of the inside it and lightweight foam to the top of the inside. Even if that cylinder fills with water, the heavier part of the cylinder will always rotate towards the bottom and the lighter floatation part of the cylinder will always float to the top. This is how the Seabreacher self-rights. Early model stand up jet-skis used to do the same thing, but as they got bigger and much wider they could no longer self-right and would stay inverted. Because of the cylindrical shape of the Seabreacher it was relatively easy to make the vessel self-right. The heavy wings and engine weight are all located low in the vessel and therefore gravity pulls them over to its right side up.
All your questions answered, hopefully... If not, then please contact us...

Can I buy one?
Yes of course! Every Seabreacher is custom built specifically for you. Made to order only, we do not stock these items, so there are no production units are available for immediate purchase.

How much do they cost?
The Seabreacher price is different for each model, and is primarily dependent on the available options chosen as this adds to the base price. On average, a typical Seabreacher price will range from £60,000-75,000+ GBP / €80,000-100,000+ EUR. Please note, the price may vary in various countries due to shipping costs (duties and tax). We have an extensive list of options available, and because each Seabreacher is custom built to order, we can accommodate almost any special requests, from intricate airbrushed paint schemes to personalized interior treatments.

Do I get a better Seabreacher price if I order more?
Yes, naturally we will be glad to offer you the best Seabreacher price direct from source discounted for each and every multiple order. Like anything in life, the more you order in one go the better the Seabreacher price!

Can you ship anywhere?
Yes, Seabreachers have been delivered as far away as the Caribbean, Australia, China, Germany, Mallorca, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates (to name a few).

How much does it cost to ship a Seabreacher?
A Seabreacher and trailer fit inside a standard 20 foot shipping container. Shipping cost is typically between £2,500-5,000 GBP / €3000-6000 EUR. We can provide you with a more accurate shipping quote to most destinations.

How long does it take to build?
From confirmation of first payment installment our normal lead time is about 8 weeks. This may vary due to work load, but we can advise more accurately when you place your order.

Do you offer financing?
Unfortunately not, but the total is broken up into three stage payments throughout the course of production. Our terms are typically an initial £26,000 GBP / €35,000 EUR to commence construction, then another £26,000 GBP / €35,000 EUR upon engine installation and operational controls, and the remaining balance including shipping costs upon completion and acceptance trial (prior to shipping).

How deep can they dive?
About 5 feet for brief durations but generally they go just a few feet below the surface in order to keep the snorkel above the water.

How fast can they go?
The Seabreacher X,Y and Z models are capable of approx. 50mph on the surface and up to 25mph under water!

How long does it take to learn to operate?
It is surprisingly quick to pick up the basic operation of the Seabreacher and learn to navigate on the surface. Prolonged dives and other tricks take a little longer to master, but most pilots are proficient in a couple of days.

What happens if I dive too deep?
Because the Seabreacher is positively buoyant, it needs speed in order to dive, which means the engine needs to be running, and the engine needs fresh air to breathe. The moment you dive too deep, the engine’s air supply is cut off and the engine immediately loses power; therefore, it pops back to the surface. Sometimes it will pop up backwards if you try and dive too deep and too steep.

Can they sink?
No, the hull is constructed with enough flotation that it will always remain buoyant and level, even if the cockpit and engine bay are fully flooded. The water level in the cockpit would not exceed mid-waist level in such a situation, so water could be easily pumped out and the vessel re-floated.

Is there a way to escape from the inside if necessary?
Yes, there are handles and emergency pull pins on both the outside and inside of the boat so it can always be opened.

Can it capsize? What’s the maximum degree of rotation?
Yes, if the canopy is open it is possible to capsize the vessel, but it’s very stable and will self right. The Seabreacher can be rolled over as much as you’d like with the canopy closed, but can only roll 30 degrees with the canopy open.

Can they operate in the ocean or surf?
They have been designed to operate in salt water as well as fresh water and are designed to handle moderate ocean conditions. We do not recommend that novice operators operate them in surf or rough ocean conditions.

How do you launch them?
They can be launched at regular boat ramps from an optional custom-built trailer with no more difficulty than launching a conventional boat.

Do they leak?
The cockpit and engine bay are kept 100% watertight with the aid of inflatable aircraft seals. If the pilot forgets to inflate the seals, there can be minor leaks, but any water in the boat is automatically pumped out via the automatic bilge pumps.

Are they scary or claustrophobic to operate?
The ride can be as mild or wild as you wish. An experienced pilot can give passengers a scary ride if that’s what they’re looking for. Most people find the cockpit to be surprisingly open feeling due to the large panoramic canopy and view ports. If a pilot or passenger feels claustrophobic, it is possible to operate the Seabreacher at full speed on the surface with the canopy in its open position.

Do they require a support boat?
We strongly recommend that a support boat is present whenever you operate a Seabreacher. This is not as much for the Seabreacher but more to help keep other boaters or water users from coming too close to the vessel when it is operating. We also recommend having radio communication between the vessel and chase boat as an added precaution.

Are they Coast Guard approved?
Both the Seabreacher J (Recreational model) and Seabreacher X (extreme version) are approved for recreational boating and had been granted exemption from certain safety standards due to its unique configuration. They have the exact same classification as a conventional inboard boat or personal watercraft, and can be easily registered in most countries. The Seabreacher ARL (racing version) will be sanctioned by the APBA in its own special events class, but is not approved for recreational public use.

Do I need a license to operate them?
No, but a good understanding of boat operation and safety is recommended. We can arrange comprehensive training to any customer who purchases a custom built Seabreacher.

Can I register or insure them?
Yes, they can be registered as a conventional inboard boat and insurance cover can be found for your Seabreacher, we can assist if required to source a suitable insurer.

Can I make money with one?
There are many ways in which you can profit from owning a Seabreacher due to their unique nature and mass appeal. You can perform media demonstrations, attend shows and events, gain corporate sponsorship, and even lease your vessel out for film and commercial work or private hire. Always consider the insurance and safety aspects.

Can I rent one?
Not at this stage, but many of our customers have expressed interest in starting Seabreacher rental operations, so there may be a Seabreacher rental facility near you in the upcoming future.

Why not take a look at our portfolio for inspiration...

With much more available on Vimeo and Pinterest.

Recent News - Seabreacher

Seabreacher Freedom Flyer

This special Jetovator model was designed to offer...
Read More →

Nautical Ventures Deal

Innespace is proud to announce that they have just...
Read More →

The Seabreacher Sailfish

Here is the latest and greatest Seabreacher yet....
Read More →