U-Boat Worx C-Research 3 submersible is ideal for deep water exploration

U-Boat Worx C-Research 3 submersible

U-Boat is an expert when it comes to submersibles as we have seen from their earlier creations like the Worx HP Sport Sub 2 and Super Yacht Sub 3. Their new researched light-weight submersible which can take a dive to depths of 1,700 meters. U-Boat Worx C-Research 3 is the world’s first transparent 3 man submersible which takes one pilot and two passengers to the unexplored depths of water. Designed particularly for scientific research of never before seen locations, this high-performance submersible has ultra-wide field of vision and also comfort.

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This sub is designed specifically for extensive deep sea missions with a stable and efficient surface design which is aided by the advanced depth-capability as well as payload capacity. It is the first time that a spherical acrylic pressure hull has been used in a submarine for such deep exploration missions. The submersible can be attached with optional tools to collect samples, marine organisms, create 3D maps of the riverbed or measure the water conditions.

Another feature of this submersible is its ability to operate from a wide range of vessels like superyachts due to its compact design. Also it can be easily transported from one location to the other, thereby saving time and cost incurred.

Safety is a primary concern in any such submersibles and C-Research 3 has all of them three folds. It is loaded with safety features and redundant systems which are checked by DNV-GL.

U-Boat Worx C-Research 3 submersible will come in two models: one with the diving tanks and one without them for dedicated operations. The submersible is out rightly exclusive and the price or delivery time will depend on the maker’s discretion.

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