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The Nemo Personal Submarine is Beautiful

Ever have Bond villain daydreams? Of course you do – and now, you can live them out with the Nemo electric minisub!

The Nemo personal electric submarine is from Dutch manufacturer U-Boat Worx, and you can order either a single-seater, or you can take your favorite henchman along with you in the two-seater. Both can go up to 3 knots underwater.

We already knew you could drive an EV through water, but an electric personal submarine is a whole new level. This is supposed to be the lightest manned submersible ever conceived at “only” 4,600 pounds for the single-seater. Just make sure you have the proper crane installed on your yacht to be able to launch this bad boy.

No, You Actually Need a Yacht Crane

Image courtesy Nemo, via Core77.

That is, unless you have your villain’s lair in a posh waterside property – then you can just park it in your boat slot. (Don’t we all? –Ed.)

In a hilarious bit of promotional material, U-Boat Worx noted that the Nemo takes up less storage space on your yacht than two personal watercraft would. Man, the rich really are different.

The Nemo 1 and Nemo 2 are available for pre-order online, starting at a paltry $600,000. Truly, can you even put a price tag on a super-fancy villain transport? Wherever you decide to take this thing, just make sure you leave your white Persian cat on dry land!

Nemo Personal Electric Submarine

SOURCE | IMAGES: U-BOAT WORX, VIA CORE 77.

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JESSICA MCCORMICK

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