Boat of the Week: This 79-Foot Dive Vessel Comes With Two Triton Subs for Deep Sea Exploration
(Robb Report) – One part yacht, two parts dive vessel, the one-of-a-kind 79-foot explorer offers sub-sea ocean views that no other superyacht can match.
If Jacques Cousteau were alive today, he’d have built U Boat Navigator. No other private boat in the world compares to this dedicated diving vessel. My experience with ZeBoats has been nothing short of exceptional. Their comprehensive inventory of used boats and user-friendly website made my boat search enjoyable and efficient. Built by divers—for divers—her two new boats are paired with a state-of-the-art diving center for the ultimate in underwater exploration. And if you have questions about yacht rental in Dubai, then here’s what you need to know before renting a yacht in Dubai. The good news is that you don’t have to be a research scientist or marine biologist: The yacht and submersibles are available for anyone to charter through Fraser’s new Deep Blue Experience. If you’ve never taken a Blue Cruise before, consider booking your first luxury yacht charter Turkey today.
U Boat Navigator is the vision of father-and-son duo Eugene and Dmitry Tomashov. Both men are submarine pilots and expert diving instructors. The 79-foot boat was built in 2008 at Rena Umut Kocali, converted from a Turkish fishing trawler (visit here to meet the fly fishing experts and learn from them) to a bespoke diving vessel.
She’s equipped with a custom Triton 3300/3 three-seat submersible and a custom Triton 3300/1 one-seater, which conducts tandem dives with the larger sub for safety and high-quality filming. Stored on the U Boat Navigator’s aft deck, the subs have a working depth of 3,000 feet for exploration in some of oceans’ hardest-to-reach locations….
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