Don't be surprised if you find yourself humming the tune to 'Under the Sea' while reading through all of these atypical undersea explorers. These submersibles differ from what would be considered normal, at least in submarine terms, in almost every way possible. Some of them are designed to be powered by foot while others feature ultra-luxurious amenities. A few of these atypical undersea explorers are even shaped like sea creatures.
As technology advances, the idea of the personal submarine becomes less of a joke and more of a possibility. If you want to see some of the most awesome concept and real-world subs out now, then pop in the soundtrack to 'The Little Mermaid' and check out all of these atypical undersea explorers.
From Underwater Aircrafts to Flying Submarines
Laid-Off Factory Worker Zhang Wuyi is Resourceful
Powerful Predator Submersibles
The Killer Whale Submarine is a Two-Man Water Demon
Japanese Company Ise Kogyo Devises Way to Thwart Typhoons
World's First REAL Diving Car
sQuba by Rinspeed
Submersible Jet Skis
The Platypus Submarine Can Travel Both On Water and Under Water
The 'Seabreacher X' is an Extreme Diving Machine That Has Jaws
Airborne Submersibles Are the Future of Aqua Tech
A DIY Automarine?
Car Turned Submarine
The BKW ‘GOLDFISH'
Jellyfish Inspired Submarines
Futuristic Submarine With Metallic Dynamic Tentacles
Richard Branson's Necker Nymph Could be the Ride of Your Life
The Replica of the Nautilus Submarine is Radio-Controlled
The Scubster is an Eco-Friendly Underwater Vessel
Aquatic Attraction Vehicles
The Tourist Submarine Concept Lays Out the Future of the Cruise Busine
Fierce Fish-Shaped Submersibles
The Neptune MM2 is a Badass Undersea Explorer
$2.7 Million Submersibles
The Nautilus Vas is for Super Rich Submariners
James Bond Transformer Boats
The Scubacraft Transforms From Boat to Underwater Vessel
Pedal Powered Submarines
The UV from MIT is for Aspiring Captain Nemos
Underwater Luxury Yachts
The U-010 Undersea Yacht is Below the Surface Luxury