To make it as hydrodynamic in water as possible – that was the objective. The SEABOB design was developed following a great deal of flow channel testing.
Advanced technology begins with the SEABOB’s shell. Its ergonomic shape is determined by hydrodynamics. Stuttgart-based automobile designer Schweizer set the tone of its flowing lines.
The engineers were determined to make sure that the highest possible standards were set in terms of its materials and workmanship.
The SEABOB’s shell is made from special hard-integral plastic. This is a heavy-duty vehicle-body material, which is applied on the SEABOB in heavy-walled form.