DeepFlight has recently announced that it has delivered a DeepFlight Super Falcon, to Palmarina Bodrum, the only superyacht marina in Turkey.
Palmarina Bodrum joins a growing list of DeepFlight submarine owners, including entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson; Red Bull co-founder, Dietrich Mateschitz; and venture capitalist, Tom Perkins.
Graham Hawkes, founder of DeepFlight commented, “We are very excited that Palmarina Bodrum will be the first marina to own a DeepFlight submarine. Designed for comfort, safety, 360 degree viewing, and the unique experience of underwater flight, Super Falcon is the ideal craft for exploring the beautiful waters of the Turkish Riviera. With its world-class facilities and access to dive destinations, we believe that Palmarina Bodrum will provide an ideal base for submarine operations.”
Adam Wright, president of DeepFlight added, “We have worked hard over the last twenty years to innovate the most advanced and safest submersibles available for private use. DeepFlight now has its craft operating from yachts, resorts and other shorebases around the world, and we expect to see these numbers growing as we introduce our next model, DeepFlight Dragon, this year.”
Cenk Bircan, general manager of Palmarina Bodrum stated, “We are very excited to take delivery of a DeepFlight Super Falcon submersible, and we look forward to exploring from our marina base, as well as from S/Y Hazar Yildizi. We are very proud to have a pioneering role in managing all exclusive demands in terms of marina operations and offering high end services beyond expectation. Palmarina Bodrum has already turned the region into a world famous sailing destination, and we believe it will soon become known as an unparalleled base for submarine operations.’’
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