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Deepflight submarines are the result of forty-five years of experience innovating the world’s most advanced underwater vehicles. Led by Graham Hawkes, a British marine engineer responsible for building and piloting a hydrobatic craft that attacked James Bond in the 1980 film for your eyes only, the super falcon mark II has been completely redeveloped following the success of its predeccesor, the super falcon mark I. As the pilot or passenger in a boundless sea, one has the freedom to do barrel rolls with dolphins, go inverted and cruise alongside grey whales and sharks, or dive into the abyss for deep sea exploration.
Advanced piloting and life support electronics such as fingertip controls, a intuitive graphical flight display and through-water communication make exploring easy, allowing users to focus on the underwater journey. The advanced submarine features led lights and low electromagnetic fields to leave the depths undisturbed. The craft is equipped with lithium ion batteries to provide a quiet, efficient ride with zero emissions.