Transport to the deep blue has evolved to encompass sophistication and technological brilliance, allowing any to explore its depths in style and comfort and what better way to experience the ocean bed than in C-Explorer 5 by U-Boat Worx, widely hailed as “the world’s first underwater limousine”.
The C-Explorer 5 was inspired and propelled by the growing demand and requirement of luxury yacht owners who seek to explore the depths of the ocean not only by themselves but with their family and others. As such the C-Explorer 5 can accommodate five people and comes with a full 360-degree acrylic pressure hull that provides an optimal view amidst safety and comfort. The pressure hull is held encased in a steel framework and can be obtained in any colour that the client may desire though yellow, orange and red have proven to be the favourites of many.
Perhaps the most unique aspect of C-Explorer 5 is its spacious interior where one can customise the space as desired. Besides the technical modifications done to ensure the best possible fit with each yacht’s launch and recovery system the C-Explorer 5 can be outfitted with champagne coolers, stereo system, beds and a host of other amenities.
The C-Explorer 5 can accommodate five people and comes with a full 360-degree acrylic pressure hull that provides an optimal view amidst safety and comfort
The submersible cruises at three knots below the surface, and encloses a degree of freedom, autonomy, and vision that offers an unparalleled performance. As such the C-Explorer 5 offers an infinite array of opportunities in underwater realms that just awaits your exploration. The submersible enables guests to explore the depths of the ocean while tour operators who wish to offer their clientele a semi-private, utterly unique underwater experience will be able to provide a new form of adventure as well. This five-person luxury submersible is forging a whole new window of opportunity for deep-sea discovery.
Certified by Germanischer Lloyd, the C-Explorer 5 is built with a range of safety features, such as a buoy, a drop weight, a locator beacon and 96 hours of life support to name a few.
For more information please visit U-Boat Worx