Runtime

200

minutes, at nominal speed

Max Speed

1.60meters/sec

Average Charging Time

2.5

CREATING SEACRAFT

The Seacraft scooter is a product of extensive technical knowledge gained from the aviation industry. Seacraft was created using the R&D expertise from The Center of Research and Development of Propulsion and Aviation Technologieswhich is based in Poland, and from the cooperation of several companies and scientific institutions.

The creators of Seacraft are involved in the following R&D:

  • Electric propulsion systems for aviation and maritime industry
  • Unmanned aerial and floating vehicles
  • Aerodynamics / hydrodynamics and fluid mechanics
  • Experimental aerodynamics
  • Strength of materials and structures
  • Making and testing of prototypes and their functional characteristics
  • Design and manufacture of prototypes in the field of electronic technologies for aviation and automotive
  • Cooperation within the framework of the Light and Ultralight Aviation Cluster in terms of innovative initiatives

Combining research-based knowledge and talent to create Seacraft, makes it by far the most scientifically advanced underwater scooter available in the world.

 

 

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STEERING HANDLE

The innovative steering handle contains built-in stop/start buttons and multi-select up/down gear buttons to optimize flow rates. It also allows the scooter to be operated with either two hands or one hand. These features dramatically improve the ergonomics of use, reduce user fatigue and increase diving safety.

ABOUT SEACRAFT

The innovative design of the SEACRAFT scooter ensures high levels of safety and comfort for all divers. The patented immersed motor is more durable than traditional designs and effectively eliminates the risk of overheating and flooding of the scooter. The motor, combined with other elements of the drive unit, provide high efficiency, longer distances and dive times. The double-sided steering handle mounted on the scooter allows ergonomic two-handed control and a wide range of smooth speed control. The on-board graphic display computer with its multiple parameter configurations and reverse gear availability on select models, allows for comfortable and safe use by the most demanding divers. Models specific for military and rescue operations are available.

The Center of Research and Development of Propulsion and Aviation Technologies 

 

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