(VIDEO) Triton Submarine conducts testing of personal subs off Grand Bahama
By The Bahamas Weekly News Team
Mar 2, 2012 - 7:01:31 PM
Bahama - In December 2011 the Bahamas Film Commission and Mackey Media Ltd / The Bahamas
Weekly went to explore the amazing Triton underwater vehicles along with NBC, Wall Street
Journal, The Financial Times,
other media for an adventure-filled day on board the Atlantis II research
We are pleased to present herewith our promised
Video Interviews with Triton Submarines CEO L. Bruce Jones and team members;
Troy Engen and Mark Deppe, together with Donna Mackey Sr. Manager for
Film Development on Grand Bahama Island...
About Triton Submarines:
Triton series of deep submersibles, in four models, represent the only
submersible designs in the world today developed specifically to meet
the requirements of yacht based use.
visibility, extraordinary surface stability and excellent freeboard
coupled with state-of-the-art technology make the ABS-certified Triton
the safest, most comfortable and most advanced deep submersible in the
imitated, but never equaled, the Triton is unashamedly built with
extreme attention to detail by a group whose collective 331 years
experience in the civil submarine business is unequaled. After all,
you wouldn't want to take your loved ones to 1000 meters in a cheap,
poorly constructed submarine, would you?
About the Atlantis II:
RV Atlantis II is a research vessel formerly operated by Woods Hole
Oceanographic Institution. The ship was built in 1962. It was used as
the support vessel for the Alvin submersible for many years, and
retired from Woods Hole service in 1996. After a period of inactivity
in New Orleans it was transferred to the travel adventure company
Outlander Expeditions in 2006.
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