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Mile-Low Club Romantic Submarine Voyage

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Feb 12, 2014

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Everyone’s heard of the mile-high club, but the Mile-Low Club? Not so much. Forget all the lame plans you have for Valentine’s Day, dig deep into your pockets (real deep), and book you and your partner an evening accommodation in the Lovers Deep vessel.

The aptly titled submarine takes lovers deep into the blue, with the ability to dive nearly 650 feet below the ocean’s surface. The Mile-Low Club was introduced by the U.K. based Oliver’s Travels, and has been unveiled just in time for the upcoming holiday. For a whopping $284,000 (and that’s the starting price), you get yourself an entire menu custom made menu that includes everything from oysters and caviar to chocolate fondant. If you want to pay a few extra dollars (and at this point who’s counting), you can get yourself a nice flower petal scattering for the lady, and even a nice champagne breakfast in bed. Customers can choose to dive where ever their heart desires.

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