Only sold through custom orders, where you can choose each option on the boat you want, and you can also customize the exterior design to make it look like different animals such as dolphins, killer whales, sharks, etc. It forms a unique twisted combination between marine mammals and fighter jets. The current style is only dolphin.
How do you do it?
Use pedals and canes to move and operate the boat. When you push the two sticks forward, the boat will dive into the water, and when you pull the two sticks backward, the boat will pull back toward the water. If you dive correctly, you can pull it up fast enough to break through the water like a real dolphin or whale.
The two pedals at your feet allow you to steer the device left and right. The pedal actually rotates the nozzles on the left and right stern. The pedals actually move left and right, up and down, using different techniques will help dive and surface the boat. Once you have enough experience, you can even do a barrel exercise on the water.
Although the Aazz is listed as a regular inboard motor boat instead of a submarine, the vessel can still dive 5-6 feet underwater. This ship intends to stay underwater for a short time, so it is not like an ego submarine, you can stay underwater and watch marine life through the windows.
There are windows like top jet fighters, if you stay above the water, you can actually open them while driving. It can accommodate up to 2 people and has a custom dashboard option that allows you to customize the gauges, LCD video display with real-time camera, marine stereo system, and iPod/iPhone dock.
How fast can you go?
The maximum speed on the water surface can reach 50+ mph, and the maximum speed under water can reach 20-25 mph.
Launch on a regular gangway
Designed to operate in salt water and fresh water
The cockpit and engine compartment are kept 100% watertight
Highly recommend support boat
No special permission is required to operate (although it is recommended that you fully understand the operation and safety of the ship)
Emergency pull pins on the outside and inside of the ship for emergency exits
There are currently no rental options
Check out the dolphin-inspired jet-powered submarine hybrid in the video below.