Triton’s new long, lithe submarine travels twice as fast as most other underwater vessels, with an executive interior modeled on a private jet.
The new Triton sub, which can dive to 7,500 feet, will carry out an array of vital missions.
The 79-ft. Shadowlark is designed around Triton’s three-person 3300/3 MKII, making it the first launch/retrieval vessel for a personal sub.
Nemo’s lower price, advanced tech and compact design—the same size as two jet skis—makes it accessible to more than just superyacht owners.
The convertible seating on Triton’s 660/9 AVA lets up to eight passengers and a pilot enjoy exceptional views, all the way down to 660 feet.
A submariner who has visited the oceans’ deepest points uncovers the secret behind a World War II battleship lying on the bottom of the sea.
Exclusive: This New ‘Titanic’ Submersible With Gull Wings Is Designed to Explore the Ocean’s Deepest Trenches
The Triton TE will be the world’s first acrylic sub to reach the oceans’ deepest points. Its Gull Wing will light the depths for filming.
The “Mauna Kea Ascent” involved a sub dive, kayaking, mountain biking and a six-mile climb.
The small submarine can reach a depth of 3,300 feet.