Night at Blue Planet II

Jan 31, 2018

Category: Living

Spend a few days exploring the deep blue sea aboard the iconic Alucia, the same oceanic vessel used to explore the vast unknown of our oceans as documented by Blue Planet II. And for those who are camera shy, not to worry, this isn’t a filming opportunity, just the chance to win the AirBnB getaway of a lifetime.

In this instance, you’ll have the pleasure of joining a research trip in the picturesque Bahamas where you will get a first-hand look at the majesties of what lies beneath while aboard one of the Alucia’s two submersibles – either a Triton 3300/3 or the Deep Rover. Here, prepare to explore the water off Cape Eleuthera, one of the most biologically diverse places on the planet, witnessing a plethora of colorful marine life in their natural habitat. Onboard offerings include a private room with two beds, air conditioning, and breakfast fit for two guests along with enough additional amenities to comfortably unwind after a fulfilling day of research and exploration. Enter below to earn a new appreciation of our aquatic landscapes.

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