Meet the Triton DeepView 24: The first submarine for 24 passengers

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Triton Submarines, the American-based company struck the world by announcing the launch of the DeepView 24. What makes the newest submarine that special? Scroll down to keep abreast of the latest trends in the world of yachts.

The Triton Submarines company is based in Florida, USA.  It has been producing private submarines for scientific research, underwater filming and luxury yachting  since 2007.

What is so special about DeepView 24?

The new DeepView 24 is capable of carrying up to 24 passengers, diving to a depth of 328 feet, its more than 100 metres. Thanks to the huge panoramic windows, submarine’s guests can enjoy breathtaking underwater views. While conventional submarines are equipped with small round portholes, the DeepView 24 looks more like a huge transparent tube. The thickness of the acrylic window panes used in the construction is 140 millimeters.

The creation of DeepView 24 marks a revolutionary breakthrough in the field of commercial submarines. According to the reviews, the creation of DeepView 24 is the most striking event in the world of underwater tourism over the past 20 years.

History of the creation

In 2019, Triton Submarines Viktor Vescovo, the adventurer, to do the incredible. Man reached the deepest points of each of the five world’s oceans! The technology that allowed Vescovo to descend to a depth of almost 10,000 meters influenced the development of DeepView 24.

What does DeepView 24 look like from inside?

The experience, which used to be considered a privilege of scientists, becomes a public entertainment. And the matter is not only in the beauty of the underwater depths with its great variety of tropical fish, colorful algae and delicate corals. DeepView 24 guests are also guaranteed with all the amenities needed for comfortable and an unforgettable experience. The interior of the submarine is large enough to allow all 24 passengers to move freely, and, what is importantly, it is fully air-conditioned. We are sure that those of us who are not afraid to become one of the first passengers of the submarine will certainly not be disappointed.

Thanks to the growing interest in environmental protection, the developers of Triton Submarines made sure that DeepView 24 is completely silent and harmless to the inhabitants of the ocean.

Bruce Jones, co-founder and CEO of Triton Submarines, commented on the event: ‘The Triton DeepView 24 with its panoramic view represents a quantum leap forward in submarine technology, providing a vastly improved, fully-immersive guest experience’.

The company has also announced that they are not planning to take a break. Now, developers are making plans to create even larger submarine models that can carry up to 66 passengers. The launch of the submarine will happen in the Hon Tre Island, Vietnam. The event is scheduled for December, 2020.

What is the 21st century will mark the beginning of marine tourism era? Should we expect underwater restaurant at the submarines any soon? What about hotels with panoramic views of blooming sea anemones and tropical fish?

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