Have you got more money than you know what to do with?

Are you looking for a novel way to stimulate the economy while also driving your friends mad with jealousy?

Are standard sports of the stupidly wealthy, like fox hunting and polo, just not providing the excitement you crave any more?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, it sounds like you’re the perfect candidate for underwater flight school. Rather than the slow, clumsy underwater travel you’re no doubt used to from your current personal submersible, you’ll be able to fly gracefully through the water a la Johnny Quest.  For just $15,000, you could spend three days this summer in Northern California, learning to pilot the Super Falcon personal submarine alongside underwater flight pioneer Graham Hawkes.

The Super Falcon, which has been in development by Hawkes Ocean Technologies (yes, that acronym is HOT) for years, has finally reached it’s pinnacle, and after being on display recently at the California Academy of Sciences, the latest in underwater transportation and hyper wealthy gad-aboutery will be in the water and ready to go this summer.

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