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Deep ocean canyons teeming with life. Perfectly preserved shipwrecks. Otherworldly creatures that call hydrothermal vents home. You’ve had the dream in your mind for a long time and now you’re ready to dive. We can work with you to create the bespoke expedition that you’ve always dreamed of.
If your dream is simply to explore the ocean, we can help you understand what opportunities are available and where to begin your next adventure.
We have the world’s only five-crew member submersible capable of exploring more than half the seafloor and a crew that can get you there. Whether you’re dreaming of finding a lost shipwreck, exploring the depths of the ocean no human eye has ever seen, or going on adventure with your closest friends and family, we can tailor an expedition that’s unique to you.
Every expedition is unique, but we’ve found that a few things stay the same no matter where you dive.
After arriving at the dock, you’ll board the expedition vessel that will take you to the dive site. You’ll meet the other members of your dive team, talk with content experts about what you may discover on your dive.
Once we arrive at the dive site, the Mission Director will lead everyone through final dive checks before going through the dive plan. Depending on the depth of the dive, you will board either Titan (4,000 meters) or Cyclops (500 meters) and begin your descent.
You will see the light fade from brilliant blue to black as you sink deeper and deeper into the ocean. Then you may see tiny bioluminescent jellies and other creatures fly by the viewport. The pilot may call on you to assist with coms and tracking, or you might take notes for the science team about what you see outside of the viewport. You could also watch a movie or eat lunch. There is a private toilet at the front of the sub if nature calls.
Soon you may see a shipwreck rise out of the darkness, or the shimmering plumes of hydrothermal vents, or alien-like lifeforms as you begin to explore the dive site. There is so much waiting to be discovered and you’re in a position to find it.
Later, you will be welcomed back onboard and have a chance to review the imagery from your dive captured by the sub’s external cameras.
As we motor back in to port, you’ll leave the expedition vessel with a collection of media from the dive and an amazing adventure to share when you get back home.
It’s tougher to go to the bottom of the ocean than it is to go to the far side of the moon. We saw things that perhaps no human had ever seen before.
If you want to see the bottom of the ocean, the beauty of it, this is the way to do it. It was wonderful – it was the best thing I’ve ever done.
To softly land with just a little puff of debris and then to see the wreck – it was movie-like. It was so dramatic and breathtaking, and it was happening right in front of me.