The DeepFlight team headed up to Tahoe this week to finalize tests on the Dragon in preparation for its unveiling in Monaco next month.
As the Dragon nears completion, the DeepFlight team is running it through buoyancy and pressure tests.
We’re working on finishing up the first-ever DeepFlight Dragon—a new kind of high-end personal submarine that will answer some of the questions you’ve been asking. Now learn a little bit about its history.
One of the biggest parts—the Dragon fuselage—arrived last week and the team began assembling all the parts on it.
This week the domes for the DeepFlight Dragon arrived from the UK and the team worked on fitting the hatch assemblies to the pressure hull.
DeepFlight headed to Monaco last week to prepare for the unveiling of the Dragon at the yacht show in September.
The DeepFlight Dragon is getting close to completion. This week, the pressure hull arrived at the office and the team is finishing up with the thruster systems and fuselage.
DeepFlight submarines give their pilots access to a whole world to fly through underwater. But first you have to get there. The team is currently at work developing a new Launch and Recovery Dock—known as the LRD around the office. It is, essentially, an inflatable docking system that allows for easy and safe launching of the sub. With the LRD, you can […]