Maximum depth: 3 m
Ever dreamt of driving a submarine? Now you can do it, safely, by a depth of 3 metres! There is no need to be a diver or even to know how to swim to embark, alone or with another person, on this original and unique underwater ...
Maximum depth: 1 m - 6,500 m
SHINKAI 6500 is a manned deep submergence research vehicle which is capable of diving to 6,500 meters. Built by MHI Group’s Kobe Shipyard & Machinery Works, SHINKAI 6500 was delivered to its owner, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science ...
A revolutionary new self-propelled, sub-surface viewing craft that sits 1.2m underwater, below the ocean surface. Explorers are small electrically powered, joy stick controlled, dry cockpit, surface water craft, purpose designed to provide ...
Aston Martin and Triton Submarines are pleased to announce successful completion of the design phase for Project Neptune, and the commencement of the first production model ahead of its public unveiling later this year. Since ...
Maximum depth: 300 m
... passenger submarine is a high performance submarine for two passengers and a pilot. It is designed for various operations in all waters. The SM300/3 is a research submarine that is also ...
Maximum depth: 100 m
The newest submarine in the DeepFlight fleet. Designed for a pilot to take two passengers on an incredible underwater excursion, Super Falcon 3S is the ideal submarine for resort operations. DeepFlight ...
Maximum depth: 250 m
S301 Prototype Swimmer Delivery Vehicle S301 is a proof-of-concept prototype dry swimmer delivery submersible, built to assess the practicality of a vehicle of this format. Fully operational, the vehicle is built to commercial standards ...
Maximum depth: 480 m - 3,000 m
... the fact that these versatile submarines are ideally suited for research, their view, efficiency and speed make them also perfect for those who simply wish take in the views of the deep sea. The five different submarines ...
Maximum depth: 100, 50 m
Personnel - one pilot, two passengers. Operating depth - 50M or 100M, (160 328ft). Length-5M, width-2.5M, height-2.3M, (16.4 x 8.2 x 7.5ft). Weight - approximately 3800kg (8398lbs). Main battery capacity 22kwh. Secondary battery 24V ...
Maximum depth: 150 m - 1,000 m
The Ocean Pearl mini submarine is a robust, safe, and practical 2 person (1 pilot + 1 Passenger) personal submersible that offers an excellent field of view to the occupants. This mini personal submarine ...
Maximum depth: 610 m
... COMEX can also design work submarines to any size and depth requirements. COMEX has designed and manufactured a large number of manned “civilian” submarines and submersibles for observation, diving, ...
Maximum depth: 1,000 m
Reef Rover is a practical, cost effective approach for a 1000m, work capable, classed submersible. The design is a proven, extremely stable, two person craft developed for deep water filming and exploration. Rugged in design with plenty ...
How to choose this product
A submarine is a vessel capable of sailing on the surface, as well as hundreds of meters beneath the sea. Submarines vary from large military types to vessels carrying one or two crew. NauticExpo classifies submarines by maximum working depth: <100 meters, <200 meters, etc.
Submarines are used for direct examination of the undersea realm, including the seabed, for purposes of scientific research, archaeological excavations and tourism.
Submarines use water ballast tanks to submerge and to return to the surface. Small submarines usually use electric motors, but other propulsion systems exist, as well.
How to choose
Choice will depend primarily on intended use and maximum working depth. The possibility of fitting the submarine with mechanical arms or other equipment for performing specific tasks also should be considered.