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Submarines anyone?

I want one!

Personal submarines emerge on boat market



..pity I can't afford it - but it sure looks like fun!
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and if you do... don;t light a match

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Ain't that the air bubbles coming out the tail end?!?
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and if you do... don;t light a match
..that could be ugly.

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Re: Submarines anyone?

I like it more sportive



You have also this one, but on this case I prefer the pilot house concept.



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But is it a "blue water" sub?
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i'd be out treasure hunting every day until i found the mother load of gold bars
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But is it a "blue water" sub?
No, when old they leak a bit

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What is the best anchor for a sub?


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Just let all the air out...

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