We’ve covered more than our fair share of impressive vehicles over the years, but few of the those vehicles can compete with the impressive performance of the Victa SubSea Craft you see here. On the surface, this is an impressive speedboat with a hull constructed of carbon fiber and a Diab core with a design developed and optimized by Naval Architects BAR Technologies and powered by a customized Seateak 725+ diesel engine outputting 725 horsepower connected to Kamewa water jets. This makes it one of the most impressive water crafts on the market, and that’s before you consider the most important aspect–it can dive below the water to turn into a submarine with a speed of 8 knots, 25 mile travel distance and a life-support system that will provide four hours of air for eight divers. Is it incredibly expensive and presumably designed for military applications? Absolutely. But is it also something you can buy for yourself to bomb around in above and below the surface if you have the money? Yes sir.