Journey to the deepest point on the planet in the most high-tech submarine ever built.
Take a TRITON 36000/2 submersible to the Challenger Deep— the hadal zone, that is at a depth of 35,850ft/10,927m.
Roman Chiporukha and Erica Jackowitz—husband-and-wife cofounders of New York-based Roman & Erica, Inc— run a full service lifestyle management service. They are luxury travel advisors who curate incredible (and not inexpensive) experiences for their clientele.
Here is their latest offering—the Mariana Trench—the deepest oceanic trench on Earth
Day 1: Arrive in Guam, board the expedition ship and sail out to the dive site, Challenger Deep. The distance is 210 nautical miles and takes about 20-22 hours in relatively calm waters.
Day 2: Board the submarine, sit back, relax and be prepared to be piloted down to the depths of the earth’s oceans and into the history books. 4.5 hours to get down, 2-3 hours at the bottom of the ocean floor, and approximately 4 hours back up.
Day 3: Return to Guam
Offered from June 20, 2021 to July 31, 2021. Cost: $750,000 per person, per dive (1 person per dive + pilot)
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