“You get a sense of cosmic oneness with the ocean and the human family.” That’s how Joe McInnis describes the experience of underwater exploration via a Triton Submarines sub. McInnis is a physician-scientist and deep-sea explorer, famed for becoming the first scientist to dive beneath the North Pole, back in 1974. He’s visited plenty of
More and more, automotive design and yachting design are coming together. Several megayachts in the water and in build embrace car design cues. You can see these cues in their interiors as well as in their styling. So, why not take those cues one step further, into the must-have watertoys? Aston Martin approached Triton Submarines
What do you do when you can count the number of people you dive with on more than one hand? Naturally, you commission two personal submersibles from Triton. At least, that’s what one megayacht owner just did. He ordered two Triton 3300/3 subs. The owner’s identity is confidential, as is the name of his yacht.
Personal submarines are growing in popularity, but have thus far been nearly exclusively aboard super-size superyachts. Triton Submarines wanted to make the diving experience even more accessible. The Triton 1650/3 LP, making its U.S. debut this week, should suit “small” tender garages. At the Fort Lauderdale boat show, you can get up close to this
The specifications of most personal submarines have made them impossible for a number of megayachts to carry without serious refitting. Triton Submarines is fixing that with the Triton 1000/3 LP. “LP” stands for Low Profile. The sub stands just 5’6” (1.7 meters) high. Triton Submarines created the Triton 1000/3 LP in response to megayacht owners
With adventure cruising steadily increasing, more and more private and charter megayachts alike are adding places as wide ranging as the South Pacific and Antarctica to their itineraries. The trouble is, oftentimes there are no local agents and no marinas in those regions, so experienced expedition leaders are needed. Related to this is the growing