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Decks Awash!: Tourist Submarine Blow Out Sale!

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Seabreacher X Watercraft it looks very sharky! Jet skis are fun but .... look at this thing!

Seabreacher X Watercraft it looks very sharky! Jet skis are fun but .... look at this thing!

Tourist Submarines - Atlantis Submarines, of British Columbia, actually owns more subs than many countries – but these ones are used for tourism. The Canadian company initiated the world’s first commercial tourist sub in the Cayman Islands in 1986. More than 10 M people have since experienced underwater adventures in their 48 and 64 passenger submarines in the Caribbean and Pacific. Subs that operate in Barbados, Cayman Islands, Aruba, St. Martin, Cozumel, Curacao & Guam were all made in…

Tourist Submarines - Atlantis Submarines, of British Columbia, actually owns more subs than many countries – but these ones are used for tourism. The Canadian company initiated the world’s first commercial tourist sub in the Cayman Islands in 1986. More than 10 M people have since experienced underwater adventures in their 48 and 64 passenger submarines in the Caribbean and Pacific. Subs that operate in Barbados, Cayman Islands, Aruba, St. Martin, Cozumel, Curacao & Guam were all made in…

The Hyper-Sub Submersible Powerboat is a combination boat and submarine that is supposed to go underwater. It’s capable of hitting speeds of up to 35 mph on the sea and as a sub it can go 5 mph and as far as 600 feet under water. It sports two-inch thick, iron reinforced glass to keep things safe inside during a dive. This combi version is estimated to carry a $3.5 million price tag.

The Hyper-Sub Submersible Powerboat is a combination boat and submarine that is supposed to go underwater. It’s capable of hitting speeds of up to 35 mph on the sea and as a sub it can go 5 mph and as far as 600 feet under water. It sports two-inch thick, iron reinforced glass to keep things safe inside during a dive. This combi version is estimated to carry a $3.5 million price tag.

The Deepflight Submarine Super Falcon Mark II by Graham Hawkes is 17 feet long and seats two, with each person getting their own bubble-glass cockpit. Oh, and it goes for $1.7 million. The craft can dive up to 400 feet, and its wings on the side and stabilizers in the rear will keep you (or your very rich uncle) steady as you look for mini-Titanics.

The Deepflight Submarine Super Falcon Mark II by Graham Hawkes is 17 feet long and seats two, with each person getting their own bubble-glass cockpit. Oh, and it goes for $1.7 million. The craft can dive up to 400 feet, and its wings on the side and stabilizers in the rear will keep you (or your very rich uncle) steady as you look for mini-Titanics.

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