U-Boat Worx C-Researcher 3 Submersible

Aug 28, 2015

Category: Rides

Space might be the final frontier, but mysteries still abound right here on terra firma, though they rest at the bottom of the ocean. In a quest to seek out the secrets of the deep, U-Boat Worx – makers of the HP Sport Sub 2 and Super Yacht Sub 3 – have made another submersible capable of going down to 1,700 meters (5,577 feet): Meet C-Researcher.

Made with the scientific community in mind, the C-Researcher can hold three people, but more importantly it is ready to be outfitted with the most advanced equipment to date. Able to add on sampling arms, specialized recording equipment, sonar, and ocean floor mapping hardware, it proves how sexy smart can be. With a massive panoramic bubble on the front, it almost looks like a tourist craft meant for seeing the spectacle of Davy Jones’ locker rather than digging out the secrets hidden beneath the waves. [Purchase]

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