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Underwater flight in the Super Aviator!

Super Aviator: Cutting Edge Submersible VehicleWe're excited to announce the debut of the Super Aviator, a one-of-a-kind two-seat submersible designed to "fly" underwater, much the way a fixed wing aircraft would. The Super Aviator features the latest in underwater technology and allows you to witness the wonders of the ocean without getting wet.

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H.M.S.Breadalbane Under the Arctic Ice

The "H.M.S. Breadalbane Under the Arctic Ice" is a thrilling 8-day submersible expedition to the world's northernmost shipwreck. Only a handful of people all scientists have ever seen the Breadalbane, a 500-ton sailing ship that sank in 1853 off Beechey Island in the Canadian Arctic. She now sits in an undersea world of "suspended animation" upright and well preserved on the sea floor, 350 feet below the ice.

Breadalbane Under SailFor the first time ever, adventure travelers will descend in special submersibles to explore this incredible wreck and the surrounding marine life. You'll live directly on eight feet of ice at Ice Station Beechey, and embark on multiple dives aboard our two and three-person submersibles lowered through the ice. It's a unique environment inside these one-atmosphere subs, each with a large viewing sphere. Between dives, our outstanding team of scientists and expedition leaders will be on hand for lectures, briefings, and excursions to view polar bears and other wildlife.

Breadalbane SinkingThe Breadalbane and her sister ship, the Phoenix had sailed into the Northwest Passage searching for famed arctic explorer, Sir John Franklin. The rescue mission came to an abrupt end when grinding blocks of ice sliced the ship's hull. The Breadalbane sank in just 15 minutes while her fortunate crew scrambled to safety. It wasn't until 130 years later that a Canadian scientific team discovered the Breadalbane. While the wreck is now a national monument, our program is the only way adventure travelers can see her.

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