minutes, at nominal speed

Max Speed


Average Charging Time



The Seacraft scooter is the result of extensive constructive experience in the aviation industry.  Seacraft was created with the entire research and development base of the Center for Research and Development of Propulsion and Aviation Technologies  (  and cooperates with several companies and scientific institutions, including those affiliated with  aerocluster.  The full range of scientific research and development the Seacraft creators are involved with include the following: 


  • Electric propulsion systems for aviation and maritime industry 
  • Unmanned aerial and floating vehicles 
  • Aerodynamics / hydrodynamics, fluid mechanics
  • Experimental aerodynamic 
  • Strength of materials and structures 
  • Making prototypes and testing the prototype’s 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


Seacraft is by far the most scientifically advanced underwater scooter available in the world.  

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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 held stable with either two hands or one (optional for the disabled). These features dramatically improve the ergonomics of use, reduce user fatigue and increase diving safety.


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 solutions 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 multiple parameter configurations and reverse gear available on select models, allows for comfortable and safe use by the most demanding divers, both recreational and technical. The scooter is also available in versions for military and rescue operations.


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Jan 13th, 2015 by admin in Business ,Rebreather Diving

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Rebreather Myths

Mar 19th, 2015 by admin in Business ,Rebreather Diving

In today’s world, navigating available rebreather information can be confusing, frustrating, and misleading. Consumers enquiring about rebreathers are often surprised by how disconnected the industry is. Over the years the Add Helium staff has had the pleasure of speaking with many people that wish to purchase a rebreather. Usually, we are not the first rebreather,

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Coming Full Circle: Diving the O2ptima…again.

Jun 15th, 2015 by admin in Business ,Rebreather Diving

By October of 2007, I had become an Optima diver. Trading in my doubles for a rebreather was a careful decision; one involving research and asking questions. I certainly did not want to buy a “garage made” rebreather and Dive Rite, a major manufacturer of technical diving equipment, was presenting a “factory made” rebreather. Eventually,,

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