Submerge 150′ Catamaran Powerboat by Alex Marzo

Inspired by yacht, submarine, and floating homes, Submerge is a 150 ft. catamaran powerboat. It offers the best functionalities of an advanced yacht as well as a submarine. The main objective of this design is to provide a new experience under and above water. By submerging the bottom deck, the beauty of marine life is exposed to all passengers. The underwater viewing experience is a part of majestic journeys with Submerge. You can find more information about Submerge from the designer’s website here : http://www.marzoidea.com/

Designer : Alex Marzo

Submerge 150 Submersible Catamaran

Submerge 150 Submersible Catamaran

Submerge 150 Submersible Catamaran

Submerge 150 Submersible Catamaran

Submerge 150 Submersible Catamaran

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Submerge 150 Submersible Catamaran

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Submerge 150 Submersible Catamaran

Submerge 150 Submersible Catamaran

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stephen russell says: December 16, 2010

Love this, send a test model to the Caribbean & Hawaii alone, Id sail in this BIG Time.
Radical, backup for the U101 sub yacht.
See Trendhunter.com for super yachts.

Trey says: December 20, 2010

I'm confused, is it a 150' foot yacht or a 150" inch yacht?

The title and description say inches and the pictures say feet!

Trey says: December 20, 2010

I'm confused, is it a 150' foot yacht or a 150" inch yacht?

The title and description say inches and the pictures say feet!

Trey says: December 20, 2010

I'm confused, is it a 150' foot yacht or a 150" inch yacht?

The title and description say inches and the pictures say feet!

Trey says: December 20, 2010

I'm confused, is it a 150' foot yacht or a 150" inch yacht?

The title and description say inches and the pictures say feet!

Trey says: December 20, 2010

I'm confused, is it a 150' foot yacht or a 150" inch yacht?

The title and description say inches and the pictures say feet!

Trey says: December 20, 2010

I'm confused, is it a 150' foot yacht or a 150" inch yacht?

The title and description say inches and the pictures say feet!

Tuvie says: December 20, 2010

@Trey : you're right, it's supposed to be 150' or 150 ft., sorry for the confusion.

Tuvie says: December 20, 2010

@Trey : you're right, it's supposed to be 150' or 150 ft., sorry for the confusion.

Tuvie says: December 20, 2010

@Trey : you're right, it's supposed to be 150' or 150 ft., sorry for the confusion.

Tuvie says: December 20, 2010

@Trey : you're right, it's supposed to be 150' or 150 ft., sorry for the confusion.

Tuvie says: December 20, 2010

@Trey : you're right, it's supposed to be 150' or 150 ft., sorry for the confusion.

Tuvie says: December 20, 2010

@Trey : you're right, it's supposed to be 150' or 150 ft., sorry for the confusion.

blakedill3 says: February 14, 2014

I love this do you care If I make a big model of this for fun?







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