- Phoenix 1000, $80 Million – The Phoenix 1000 is more than simply a vehicle that can move underwater; it is an incredible luxury submarine capable of taking its guests on an amazing deep-sea journey in elegance. The Phoenix 1000 has a vast 5000-square-foot interior area and wide acrylic viewports, which, combined with this vessel’s running depth of 1000 feet, indicates that visitors can do a lot of exploration while enjoying all the luxuries of a contemporary yacht. There is also a second mini-submarine that can go down to 2000 feet or transfer customers from the facade to this Phoenix 1000 without giving the ocean bottom.
- Seattle 1000, $25 Million – The Seattle 1000 is a three-story, 118-foot-long ship with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, two kitchens, a gym, a wine cellar, and a 30-foot-long by 15-foot-wide observation portal. This holds a scale of 3,000 nautical miles, which is enough to get you off 1 top of the Atlantic on the other, and it can stay submerged for up to 20 days.
- Paul Allen’s Yellow Submarine, $12 Million – Although the original Yellow Submarine is linked with a far more famous Paul, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is the man who paid to acquire one. The submarine’s color isn’t the only thing that stands out. This 40-foot machine costs $12 million and can stay submerged for up to a week — plenty of time, we imagine, to listen to all your Beatles albums.
- James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenger, $8 Million – Deepsea Challenger is a 24-foot submarine-launched in early 2012 to be the second manned submersible to reach the Mariana Trench, the world’s deepest portion of the seas. Deepsea Challenger delivered famous filmmaker James Cameron (who funded most of the $8 million it cost to develop the vehicle) to the target destination after a 2 hour and 37-minute voyage.
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