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. They can also help you get a jet card membership at Jettly if you want to fly private.
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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