There’s rich and then there is Richie Rich like being rich! If you have millions of dollars to spare, there are no limits to the oceanic vistas you can explore. However, how you traverse the world underwater is what makes or breaks the overall experience. Opening up the oceans for a new take on personal exploration, Triton 3300/6 is an acrylic-hulled submersible that employs exceptional seating arrangement to accommodate six passengers on an uninterrupted journey of the deep ends of the ocean. In a way, it is similar to the U-Boat Worx submersible which is also tailored for comfortable underwater escapades.
Conceived and supplied by Florida-based Triton Submarines – that projects its $5.5million submarine as “a salon under the sea”- the Triton 3300/6 has the world’s largest capacity transparent acrylic compartment, which offers the occupants the most spectacular panoramic underwater views of the enigmatic underwater life. Certified to reach a depth of 1,000 meters (3,280 ft), the sub is delivered in Tiffany blue exterior and has spacious and luxurious ‘club-class’ seating arrangement that can be effortlessly re-arranged from six to four-seat configuration or vice versa, when required. Triton 3300/6 extraordinary interior space measures five cubic meters in total and provides ample leg, head, and elbow room for all onboard passengers, equipment, and other essentials for extended deep water explorations.
Underwater vessels including submarines don’t generally appear in the personal collectibles, but the Triton 3300/6 presents itself as a noteworthy exception that has the potential to redefine and reshape the boundaries of submersibles. It offers large families and a group of friends to share the incredible experience of deep-sea diving together, piloting their own underwater exploration mission!
Designer: Triton Submarines