Beached submarine home theater

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Beached submarine home theater



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Kiwi businessman Wayne Eyre dropped a pretty penny on this fantasy home theater build, but the results are impressive. Many have suggested that it’s supposed to be Captain Nemo’s Nautilus, but there’s no mention of deliberate Verne overtones in the original article. The last photograph above, for instance, shows leaking “plutonium torpedoes” in part of the installation, but plutonium wasn’t even discovered until 50 years after 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea was published. [via Dude Craft]

8 thoughts on “Beached submarine home theater

  1. WOW says:

    Hells Yea! That is so sweet!

  2. really? says:

    all that money on the room and couldn’t spring for some less ghetto seats?

  3. Simon says:

    That $100k is in NZ$. That works out to be about $71000US at the current exchange rate.

    Definitely not the Nautilus from 20000 Leagues. That had no periscope!

  4. zof says:

    awesome just wish the screen was bigger and it had port holes with fish swimming in it… then it would be uber awesome…

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