Yamaha Seal Seascooter: Underwater Exploration at Your Fingertips

Buoyant, safe underwater scooter

Picture this: you're bobbing on the surface of your favorite pool, the summer sun hot on your skin. You've explored every inch of the shallow end, and now the call of the deeper water beckons. How do you answer? With the Yamaha Seal Seascooter, my friends.

This little gem isn't just a plaything—it's an adventurer's best friend. Whether you're a kid eager to explore the world beneath the surface or a grown-up who's never lost the thrill of discovery, this is for you. The Seal Seascooter is designed for fun, family, and a fair bit of frolicking.

As you grip the handles and squeeze the dual-trigger control, the Seascooter surges to life, packing a punch with a thrust speed of up to 2mph. Not quite warp speed, but in the water, it's fast enough to make you feel like Poseidon on a joyride. And with a running depth rated for 15 feet, you're not limited to skimming the surface. This isn't just a dip in the pool—it's a journey into the watery depths, a world both familiar and strange.

Safety, of course, is a priority. The auto shutoff feature is a godsend for the overly adventurous, and the caged propeller casing provides an added layer of protection. You're free to roam the waters without a care in the world.

Astonishingly, the Seal Seascooter is positively buoyant. Meaning, it'll float. Should you need to take a breather or stop to admire the underwater view, just let go. It won't sink to the bottom like a stone. The total weight of 12 lbs makes it easily manageable, even for the younger explorers among us.

The included camera integration is a neat feature too. With a built-in mount for your sports camera of choice, you can document your underwater journey, making memories that last longer than your sunburn. Imagine, your own little underwater documentary, minus the dramatic narration.

Power comes from a sealed lead acid battery that keeps you going for up to 1.5 hours with regular use. Remember, though, to keep the battery maintained every three months, because in the middle of an underwater exploration, the last thing you want is a scooter that's dead in the water.

Inside the box, you get the Seascooter itself, the charger, a battery, a user manual, a silicone ring, and a lubricant. For $395.01, it's not just a piece of gear. It's a passport to a world most people only glimpse.

This isn't a casual swim around the pool. It's a journey into the unknown, a challenge, an adventure. So, take the plunge. The Yamaha Seal Seascooter is waiting. Dive in, folks. The water's fine.


  1. Family Fun: The Yamaha Seal Seascooter is designed for family enjoyment. It's easy to use, making it a perfect companion for all ages, from kids exploring underwater for the first time to adults who want a new spin on swimming.
  2. Safety Features: The Seascooter is loaded with safety features including an auto shutoff and dual-trigger control, which allow for safe operation. The propeller is caged for added security.
  3. Decent Performance: With a thrust speed of 2mph and a running depth of 15 feet, it offers good mobility underwater. A run time of up to 1.5 hours on a single charge allows for extended use.
  4. Camera Integration: The built-in mount for a sports camera is a great feature for capturing your underwater adventures.
  5. Buoyant and Lightweight: The positive buoyancy ensures the Seascooter will float, reducing the risk of losing it in the water. Weighing just 12 lbs, it's manageable for users of all ages.


  1. Battery Maintenance Required: The battery requires maintenance every three months to keep the charge, which could be inconvenient for some users.
  2. Limited Speed: With a top speed of 2mph, it might not satisfy thrill-seekers looking for a faster underwater ride.
  3. Cost: Priced at $395.01, it might be a little steep for some families. It's an investment piece of pool equipment rather than a casual purchase.
  4. Camera Sold Separately: While there's a built-in mount for a camera, the camera itself isn't included. This could add an extra expense if you don't already own a sports camera.
  5. Depth Limitation: It's rated for a running depth of up to 15 feet. For users who plan on diving in deeper waters, this may not suffice.


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