Hover and Fly
Dragon is the first DeepFlight submarine to offer hovering capability, allowing complete freedom to cruise alongside big animals, or stop and hover over reefs or shipwrecks. Like all DeepFlight submarines, Dragon dives use the power of its thrust. Its quad brushless DC thrusters enable a stable dive profile so that the submarine maneuvers similar to a quadcopter in the air.
Take the Controls
Dragon’s cockpit and flight controls were designed for easy, intuitive use, allowing the submarine to be piloted by its owner. Additionally, Dragon is the first DeepFlight submarine to offer the DeepFlight Dive Manager, a proprietary technology that monitors and manages critical functions, and provides the ability to set depth limits and other parameters for worry-free diving.
SAFE BY DESIGN
Certified by Lloyds Register, Dragon incorporates the advanced safety features unique to all DeepFlight submarines, including positive buoyancy, redundant life support and communications systems, and emergency float bags. No variable ballast system, no weight drops, just pure, safe underwater exploration
Lightweight with the Smallest Footprint
At 1800 kg and only 5 m in length, Dragon is able to fit on more yachts than any other submarine on the market, often with little or no retrofit required. The submarine launches, recovers and stores just like your tender. We provide custom integration services, including a launch and recovery solution, inclusive with purchase.
Designed with the environment in mind, Dragon never disturbs the marine environment. With its high-efficient brushless DC divetrain, the Dragon is fast, clean and quiet. Like all DeepFlight submarines, its low electric signature makes the Dragon safe to operate around swimmers, as well as any marine animals you may encounter.
IDEAL FOR SUPERYACHTS
Dragon was designed specifically for easy operation from superyachts. With its small size and footprint, low weight, and minimal maintenance requirements, the submarine integrates into yachting operations as readily as most tenders.