Explore some of the notable points in our rich history at the forefront of the commercial submersible industry
The Birth of an Industry
Triton announces the first practical, viable, acrylic-hulled submersibles, effectively creating the personal submersibles industry.
First 1,000m submersible announced
After successful trials of the TRITON 1000/2, Triton announced the 1,000m-capable TRITON 3300/3 with the, then, largest acrylic sphere in the world.
First Triton submersible delivered.
Second TRITON 1000/2 delivered
TRITON 3300/3 Tested to 1,000m
First ever acrylic hull to be certified to 1,000m feted at sea.
First 1,000m-capable submersible delivered.
Triton & NHK Film Giant Squid
First ever recorded footage of the Giant Squid. Captured from a Triton submersible.
Multiple TRITON 3300/3 Deliveries
Triton delivers three TRITON 3300/3 submersibles.
Fifth Triton 3300/3 delivered
Attenborough & Obama talk diving
The pair discuss protecting the ocean and diving in a Triton submersible.
Attenborough’s Great Barrier Reef Airs
In the landmark TV event of the year, Sir David Attenborough’s Great Barrier Reef – filmed with a Triton submersible – enthrals audiences worldwide with shots filmed at previously unexplored depths on the Reef.
Announcement of TRITON 1650/3 LP
The first submersible specifically designed for super yachts is announced by Triton Submarines.
Nekton Mission I
Scientific expedition in the Bermuda Triangle, utilising two Triton submersibles.
U-Group Dives on Britannic
Two Triton submersibles dive on Titanic’s sister-ship.
Sixth Triton 3300/3 delivered
TRITON 3300/1 MD
First one-man, 1,000m-capable submersible delivered.
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