Discover the technology
The most unique element of Seacraft construction is its motor which operates directly in the water.
Specially designed and patented solutions allow complete elimination of the drive shaft and the need for unreliable seals and gear transmissions used in other DPVs.
Post-swirl stator system
Seacraft scooters use innovative stator system, inspired by jet engine construction. It provides zero turning force on the scooter’s handle at all speeds range and increased efficiency of drive system- resulting in ~8% more thrust.
External charging port
External charging port enables quick charger connection without having to disassemble the entire unit for charging.
Basically, there is no need to open the scooter any more – except for internal trimming. Humidity sensor in electronics chamber additionally allows for easy inspection of DPV’s interior without hull disassembly.
Seacraft allows for easy adjustment of weight, in order to trim it for fresh, salt, mixed, or whatever water you need to operate in, accounting personal preferences of diver.
Remaining burntime is being constantly calculated, taking current gear and engine load into account – enabling a safe realisation of the diving plan.
Full one-handed control
Seacraft steering allows using only one hand to control all the options – acceleration, deceleration and motor activation. Either left or right hand can be used for that.
Meet our products
GUINESS WORLD RECORD
The longest distance driven underwater using DPV.
We do love our planet exploration
The last few unknown areas on our planet are hidden in vast cave systems or deep beneath the surface of the ocean.
Seacraft was born out of passion, curiosity and desire to build a reliable tool to aid in reaching these remote spaces. Exploration is a proven, toughest test for the equipment – it was successfully passed during various expeditions, contributing to new amazing discoveries.
We do care about our planet
As divers, we are on the front line of aquatic environment observation. Coral reef health observation, shipwreck monitoring, ghost nets removal – not only can we dive for pleasure, but also with a purpose.