The latest in submersible sea scooters, the Yamaha Seawing II looks like a lot of fun and it’s small enough to take on a plane.
Licensed by Yamaha rather than built by them, the Seawing II is the latest in underwater toy draggery.
Twin motors will pull you to a maximum speed of 5mph (it feels faster than it sounds when you’re submersed) and it’s rated to a maximum depth of 30m (100ft).
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