Explore some of the notable points in our rich history at the forefront of the commercial submersible industry
Blue Planet II Airs Worldwide
The BBC’s ground-breaking Blue Planet II documentary series airs to audiences worldwide and features large amounts of footage shot from a Triton submersible.
BBC’s Galapagos Airs
The visually stunning Galapagos aired for the first time and featured footage shot from a Triton submersible.
Aston Martin & Triton Announce Project Neptune
An ultra-luxurious, high-performance, limited edition submersible.
Seventh TRITON 3300/3 delivered.
Triton ocean EMEA Support Facility
Barcelona, Spain, becomes home to the Triton submersible super centre, offering customers across Europe and the Middle-East easier access to our world class support.
Eighth TRITON 3300/3 delivered
World’s largest ever acrylic sphere developed
Together with a purpose-built facility in Germany to produce them.
TRITON 1650/3 LP
First TRITON 1650/3 LP delivered
OceanX initiative Launched
New Florida HQ & Build Facility
Triton move to larger, purpose-built, state of the art facility in Sebastian, Florida.
The world’s first commercially-certified Full Ocean Depth submersible breaks the world depth record in the Mariana Trench.
First Subsea News Broadcast
Sky News and the Nekton Foundation broadcast the first live news bulletin from beneath the waves in the Indian Ocean.
Ninth TRITON 33300/3 delivered
TRITON 7500/3 for Project REV
Triton begins the build of the deepest diving, acrylic-hulled, three-person submersible ever made.
First 4K Video of Titanic
A TRITON 36000/2 records the word’s first 4K footage of Titanic, some 14 years since the wreck was last visited by humans. The footage, and the events leading up to it, were captured by National Geographic for their documentary Mission Titanic.
Deepest dive by Head of State
Prince Albert II of Monaco becomes the deepest diving head of state in a TRITON 36000/2. His dive was to the deepest point in the Mediterranean Sea.
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