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Hitch A Ride To Atlantis Aboard The World’s First Rideshare Submarine

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May 29, 2019

Category: Rides

Founded in 2009, Uber has undoubtedly helped to revolutionize the way we travel by pioneering ride sharing. Since their inception, they’ve become almost a household name around the world and have even dipped their toes into alternative forms of travel — like boats and VTOL aircraft. Their latest venture is the world’s first rideshare submarine they’ve dubbed scUber.

Available for trips out to the Great Barrier Reef, this limited-time ridesharing submersible was made in a partnership with the government of Queensland, Australia. For those who already live in select Queensland cities, the scUber can be requested for a ride in the Uber app. For international customers, there’s a competition to win a free ride, along with a five-night stay on the gorgeous Australian coast for you and a companion. If you’re hoping to partake in this once-in-a-lifetime underwater trip, however, you’ll want to act quickly, because it is only running from now through June 18th.

Learn More: scUber

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