If the thought of staking your life on a small tank of air strapped to your back keeps, you from taking up scuba diving this boat may be the answer that still allows you to see what’s going o under the water.
The LOOKER 25 is a glass bottom speedboat that has a large 2 x 3 meter unit that appears to be more on the front of the ship than on the bottom, as you would expect for a glass bottom boat.
The LOOKER 25 can hold six people and a larger version called the LOOKED 35 can hold 12 people. Supposedly, the window is made of a modified acrylic that is stronger than the fiberglass hull of the boat. No word on price, but it’s safe to assume it’s a lot. The boats are aimed at tour companies and hotels, but individuals could buy them as well. Via OhGizmo!
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