Is The DeepFlight Submarine The Superyacht Toy Of The Future?

Is The DeepFlight Submarine The Superyacht Toy Of The Future?

With a forthcoming Princess superyacht set to have its very own Deepflight Dragon, we take a look at what makes the submarine such an attractive asset inside of a tender garage.

Thanks to a number of technological advancements, it is now possible for motor yachts and sailing yachts to carry their own submarines for guests to make use of during their vacation.

Perfect for exploring underwater worlds, these typically compact vessels provide a means of getting up close and personal to wrecks, ruins, and marine life.

Unquestionably one of the most exciting and sophisticated submarines available, the Deepflight Dragon has been specifically designed for superyachts.

Indeed, the lightweight and miniature scale allow crews to easily store and launch the Dragon with considerable ease.

One of the standout features of the Deepflight submarine is its hovering capability. Specifically, thanks to quad brushless DC thrusters, users are able to comfortably remain above sites of interest to get a better look.

Accessible to all, the basic control settings have been deliberately designed to allow users to get out and enjoy the submarine with minimal training.

As well as being easy to navigate, the Deepflight is also incredibly safe, with a fixed positive buoyancy system returning the submarine to the surface when necessary.

The Deepflight Dragon offers unlimited underwater possibilities and endless hours of fun

Whilst it may only be 5m in length, the Deepflight Dragon has room for two users to enjoy life underwater together.

Rounding off all of these fantastic qualities, the Deepflight Dragon is also designed to be kinder to the environment than the submarines which came before it.

With all of this in mind, it would be a real joy if the submarine did become the superyacht toy of the future.

In order to find out more about the toys available on specific superyachts for charter, please get in touch with your preferred charter broker.

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