The Subwing opens the opportunity to explore the ocean in a totally new way while simultaneously providing a thrilling ride.
Glide through the water like a dolphin while performing barrel rolls and underwater acrobatics, discover the underwater marine world, or just relax on the surface and enjoy the ride. To control the Subwing isn’t just incredibly intuitive and easy to learn. It’s also not very physical demanding, which makes the Subwing suitable not only for the thrill-seeking athlete, but for everyone at almost any age that love being in the water.
A few seconds underwater for each dive is enough for a great experience. You can also choose to stay at the surface and watch the underwater world go by beneath you.
How it works
The Subwing consists of two wings mounted together which can be tilted independently of each other. A boat tows it at slow at a gentle pace while it’s controlled by tilting the wings in different angles. You simply hang on to the wings by your arms and maneuver by pointing the wings in the direction you want to go. Tilt both wings downwards to dive and upwards to resurface. A roll is achieved by tilting the wings in opposite directions. The Subwing is attached behind any type of motorboat and towed at a comfortable and safe speed of 2-4 knots. Because of the slow towing speed, a small boat with a less powerful engine will have no problem towing the Subwing.