Deepflight Dragon Personal Submarine

Nov 5, 2015

Category: Rides

Having your own personal submarine that’s safe and easy to use has never been closer than it is with the Dragon. Using Deepflight’s Dive Manager system, piloting the Dragon is simple and requires minimal training. Even more importantly, should it lose power during one of your exploratory adventures, it will naturally float to the surface, saving you from a watery grave.

A quartet of brushless DC thrusters allow the Dragon to not only submerge, but to hover in the water so that you can hold a position beside whales, sharks, and manta rays for easier photography and a less disruptive way to join them in their natural environment. Powered entirely by a waterproof lithium ion battery, the Dragon runs silent and runs deep for up to 6 hours, making your underwater excursions better and longer than comparable craft. [Purchase]

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