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Scenic Submarine Cruise

Words by Vic Arkoff / Images by Scenic

Scenic Submarine Cruise

Aside from the Titanic, cruise ships don’t usually execute deep dives. Until now. Scenic Luxury Cruises and Tours has become the first cruise line to equip a ship with a submarine for underwater excursions, with its new 114-stateroom, all-veranda, ultra-luxury ship, the Scenic Eclipse.

Scenic Submarine CruiseThe Australian-owned cruise line's latest ship includes a rear loading dock for a private six-guest submersible, “Scenic Neptune.” The U-Boat Worx Cruise Submarine 7 can dive to a depth of 200 meters. Custom-built for sightseeing, the sub will be available for extra-cost excursions on itineraries in the Arctic, Antarctic, Caribbean, Mediterranean and the fjords of Norway to Greenland.

Scenic Submarine CruiseOther Scenic Eclipse bells and whistles: two seven-seater Airbus H130 helicopters, 12 Zodiacs, kayaks, e-bikes, and a remote-operated underwater vehicle (ROV) with camera, Jacuzzi, and an indoor/outdoor swimming pool. Creature comforts include six dining options, a spa sanctuary, yoga and Pilates studios, room service, stateroom butler service, Bose surround sound system, and an almost 1:1 staff to guest ratio.

Scenic Submarine CruiseAfter a pre-inaugural cruise celebration event in Rotterdam, Netherlands on Saturday August 10, 2019, the luxury level yacht and its cool but sadly-not-yellow-sub begin their first commercial voyage August 15, 2019, a 13-day sailing from Reykjavik to Quebec.

Scenic Submarine Cruise


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