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The Seabreacher! Would you buy an $80,000 Watercraft?

Discussion in 'Recreational vehicles' started by Jack3l, Jun 30, 2014.

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  1. Jack3l

    Jack3l New Member

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    This thing is so cool. It can dive underwater at speeds of 25 m.p.h. and and travel on top of water at 50 m.p.h.! But is it worth the $80,000 price tag?
     
  2. Soulwatcher

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    I think its sweet and I would love to own it, but there is no way I could ever afford it. I use to own a new 21ft boat when I was 19 years old. And honest to god some of the best memories of my life happened on that boat. Back in 94 I was spending $100 in gas for a weekend. I couldn't even imagine how much it would cost today with gas at $4 a gallon!

    Greg
     
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    Flexin Admin Staff Member Founding Member Top Event

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    It is a custom built machine and I think they are the only ones doing it. $80000 seem about right. It is too rich for my blood. I would buy a larger boat if I had $80000 to spend on something for the water. I would have to have some crazy money to put $80000 into that water craft. It look like it would be a fun ride though.

    James
     
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    Now this thing right here is pretty crazy im not going to lie to you. I don't know if id give someone almost 6 figures for it but it has me fired up.
     
  5. jbeavis100

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    It's neat but I'd prefer one of those fancy boatcars they are making out of Lotus Elise Chassis.
     
  6. happyflowerlady

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    I just watched the video for this watercraft, and it is truly an amazing boat. I guess boat is not even close to a description of what it should b called; maybe just a rich man's aquatic toy describes it better. It looks like it would be a blast to drive one of these, and it does actually resemble a happy dolphin jumping and playing in the water.
    The video stated that they build each one to the buyer's specifications, and it is more of just a new toy for the person who has everything already, and lots of money to indulge their fantasies.
    Although it would be a lot of fun to have one; I doubt I would spend that much money on something that is basically a toy. I would rather have a nice boat that more people could ride in, and that you could use for pleasure boating and for fishing, which I love.
     
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