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Dolphin Boat For Sale

Tear up the seas like never before with this dolphin shaped power boat known as the Sea Breacher! This amazing dolphin boat is capable of submerging and launching at a high speed into the air like a real dolphin. Jet skis just became obsolete Buy it for $65,000USD at http://seabreacher.com/
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No, buy it and never lookback
@PiuPiuPENGUIN : Lol, I thought the same. But I checked them out on YouTube and it looks legit. So expensive though... Would definitely want to try it instead of owning one.
lol this picture looks so photoshopped
@curtisb I'm not sure how long it can stay under but here is the faq that the company provided http://seabreacher.com/faq#n39
How long can you stay under?
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