The DeepFlight dream started in 1996 when Graham Hawkes and Karen Hawkes began developing deep sea vehicles to explore the depths of the oceans. The vision is to use underwater flight to explore and experience the deepest parts of the sea. The DeepFlight Super Falcon is one in a line of deep sea vehicles capable of extreme depths. With a price tag of US$1.8 million, the Super Falcon isn’t cheap, but a personal submarine is an enticing prospect for the more adventurous soul.
The DeepFlight Super Falcon submarine provides a safe and smooth journey down to the ocean’s depths in comfort and luxury. You will explore an uncharted underwater world with a thrilling ride of a lifetime diving through the blue expanse of sea. The Super Falcon is specially designed to leverage the principles and unique dynamics of flight while incorporating a patented inverted winged design, just like an aeroplane! The craft glides gracefully alongside whales and sea mammals with its aerodynamic shape hardly making a ripple. The super submersible utilises a high-efficiency brushless DC drive-train powered by underwater lithium-iron-phosphate batteries. The Super Falcon is swift, environmentally friendly and super quiet. The sea craft is safe to operate around swimmers and large marine animals.
The beautifully streamlined contours and the 3-axis flight controls create a super-powerful drive-train with an unprecedented range, high speed and easy maneuverability. The Super Falcon is constructed with meticulous attention to detail, using only the most durable materials. These submersibles can withstand a tremendous amount of pressure, and the Super Falcon can reach the depth limit at the “edge of darkness”, or where all light disappears at 100m below sea level. Journeying 20,000 leagues under the sea is a reality with the new DeepFlight submarine, and even Captain Nemo himself would be proud of this creation!