DEEPFLIGHT SUPER FALCON MK II
The first was built for billionaire Tom Perkins. “How could I resist?” he said. Quite. It starts at €1.4m, can operate at 120 metres and cruise at six knots while maintaining buoyancy to “fly” underwater.
TRITON 1000/3 LP
This sub was specifically designed to fit into superyacht tender garages without the yacht needing a big refit. Priced at €2.5m, the 1000/3 LP can dive to 305 metres, with the pilot sitting behind two passengers.
How cute is this? Alright, so it’s not a superyacht sub, but it was Jacques Cousteau’s first submersible and demonstrates how far the game has moved on since it was built in 1966.
One thousand metres depth is the boast – and you won’t miss a thing looking through that fishbowl. Th
e Aurora-3 can run for eight hours non-stop – loads of time to go 1km down!
U-BOAT WORX C-EXPLORER 3
Pack your sandwiches – you can spend 16 hours exploring the depths in the C-Explorer 3. We’re not sure where the head is, but you’ll be too distracted by the view to worry.
U-BOAT WORX SUPER YACHT SUB 3
This is one of the most compact three-person subs out there, so should be a good fit for tender garages. It can get down to 300 metres at a cruising speed of just under three knots.