Triton 1000 - Personal Submarine

Triton 1000 - Personal Submarine
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Triton 1000 - Personal Submarine

Have $2,000,000 burning a hole in your wallet and bored with your 5 cars, 4 airplanes, 3 yachts, 2 hot air balloons and the hovercraft? Well, you need to stop luxuriously adventuring above the Earth and take the plunge to explore the ocean depths in your very own Triton 1000 - Personal Submarine. This two-person submersible can dive to depths of 1000 feet, travels around at a maximum of 3 knots and gives you spectacular 360 degree underwater views through a pressurized acrylic sphere. Just imagine the sites you'll see... shipwrecks, exotic marine life, coral reefs, unstoppable oil-gushing sunken rigs and more! * sigh *
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Features

  • Two-person submersible that can descend to a depth of 1,000'
  • Completely transparent, climate-controlled 3 1/4"-thick acrylic pressure sphere
  • Maximum speed of three knots
  • Powered by a 120- and 24-volt battery bank
  • 6 hours of continuous undersea adventure
  • Propelled by two 3-hp main thrusters that provide fore, aft, and directional control
  • Two 3-hp vertical/translational thrusters that provide up, down, and lateral control
  • independent main and vertical/translational thruster controls enables precision positioning
  • Four external 150-watt quart-halogen lamps
  • Xenon strobe light and RF beacon
  • VHF radio provides surfaced communication
  • Underwater telephone communicates while submerged
  • Includes: barometer, thermometer, hygrometer, depth gauges, fluxgate, magnetic compasses, mechanical clinometers, pressure gauges, and a GPS receiver
  • Fully classified and certified as a +A1 passenger-carrying manned submersible by the American Bureau of Shipping
  • Includes comprehensive training
  • Size: 10.5' L x 8.5' W x 6.25' H - 6,600 lbs

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