Subwing is a new revolutionary watersport product that reinvents the way we explore the sea. The multi award winning Subwing makes human underwater flying possible, with virtually full freedom of movement, letting you glide trough the water like a dolphin.
Subwing was invented on a sailboat in the Mediterranean Sea by an 18-year-old Norwegian teenager Simon Sivertsen in the summer of 2010.
Simon was astounded by the clarity of the water when sailing with his father and brother through the Greek islands. He almost felt like flying when diving, and the only thing he has been missing, was the speed and thrill. Thats how the first ideas of an underwater wing, towed behind a boat, started emerging in his brain.
After sailing for some weeks they arrived in Italy, and a new idea had evolved on paper. A simple, but clever solution which involved two separate fins (or wings which we like call it) connected together with a twistable joint. From the local supermarket and hardware store they bought two chopping boards, some gardening hose connector links and some fiberglass. After a lot of mess and with limited access to proper tools, the very first SUBWING was created at sea.