The Cinema Under The Sea: Sleek New Submersible Gives Users Front-Row Seat To Life Under The Ocean

These futuristic new submersibles give users front row seats to life under the sea. Designed by Florida-based company Triton, the vessels resemble more of a mini home theatre then a conventional submersible. Triton's 660/9 AVA and its smaller sibling the 660/7 AVA give everyone on board a dramatic, unobstructed view of the underwater world. The 660/9 AVA has been designed to seat eight passengers and a pilot whilst the smaller 660/7 has space for six passengers and a pilot. Both have convertible seating, allowing for multiple setups that could range from group cocktails to private dining for two. The larger sub could even become an underwater chapel for a wedding among the fish. Each will share an exciting sensory dive experience to depths as great as 200 meters or 660 feet.

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