The TRITON 3300/6 is a submersible vessel built to accommodate six passengers comfortably and cruise the depths beneath the surface. According to TRITON, this is the highest-capacity, 1000-meter rated submersible in the world. It’s deep-sea diving done first-class — no wetsuit required. The 3300/6 is designed with a spherical acrylic pressure hull with seating arrangements similar to a C-shaped sofa, allowing four to six passengers to sit comfortably without feeling packed in or resting elbow to elbow. The internal wiring and machinery are placed under and behind the passengers to increase interior space and legroom while improving the view.
The dimensions of the TRITON 3300/6 measure about 15 feet in length, seven in height, with a curb weight of 24,300 lbs. It will no doubt be a sharp-looking accessory when suspended off the side of a superyacht. No need for special equipment as this submersible vessel can be deployed using standard tender lifting arrangements. The 3300/6 is electric-powered, capable of diving up to 3,300 feet, and hang out for an estimated 10 hours traveling at a max speed of three knots. TRITON goes to great lengths to avoid using the phrase “personal submarine,” but for the layman – what else would you call it?