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 ...
Maximum depth: 2,286 m
Using a proprietary technology, developed in collaboration with Triton’s exclusive acrylic manufacturing partners, the Triton 7500/3 is the world’s deepest diving acrylic hulled submersible. Capable of diving over 1.4 miles to the ...
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 ...
CHARACTERISTICS OFTHE VESSEL: Length, o a, m 76,06 Breadth, m 6,64 Draft, m 4,55 Crew 52 Displacement above water, t 1055 Displacement underwater, t 1347 Speed (surface), y3noB 18,2 Speed (underwater), y3noB 13
Maximum depth: 400 m
... underwater tasks, and submarine rescue operations worldwide. This superb deep diving submersible offers a number of unique features. ONE ATMOSPHERE OPERATIONS DRY TRANSFER DIVER LOCKOUT TWO-TON PAYLOAD 1200FT (400m) ...
Maximum depth: 250 m
... delivery submersible, built to assess the practicality of a vehicle of this format. Fully operational, the vehicle is built to commercial standards and underwent initial dock trials in Plymouth during June 2009.
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 ...
TODARO U212 Submarine represents the result of the agreement between the German and the Italian MoD’s for a joint German-Italian Submarine Programme. Two submarines (Todaro and Scirè) ...
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