Deepflight Adventures brings the first-of-its-kind Submarine tour at Four Seasons Resort at Landaa Giraavaru. Your holiday at the Four Seasons won’t be the same anymore. Read on…
Your check-in at the Four Seasons Resort at Landaa Giraavaru, Maldives won’t be just about a luxurious stay and picturesque scenery. You can make holiday memories that will last a lifetime by taking the world-exclusive, Deepflight’s first 3-person submarine tour. You could call it the pinnacle of personal submarine innovation: the world’s first 3-person DeepFlight submarine – the Super Falcon 3S – is now available for dive excursions at LandaaGiraavaru! So, buckle-up and get ready for the ride of your life.
Landaa Giraavaru is the first resort in the world to launch DeepFlight Adventures: piloted submarine excursions for up to two passengers in the DeepFlight Super Falcon 3S, enabling once-in-a-lifetime sub-aquatic explorations of the Maldives only UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Individual viewing domes provide a 360-degree view of the Baa Atoll’s incredible underwater world.
Skim over coral formations; fly through shoals of brightly colored fish; encounter creatures like turtles, sharks, dolphins, and rays; and explore the Maldivian waters down to a depth of 37 metres/120 feet – all without getting wet!
Battery-operated, the Super Falcon 3S features minimized electric and acoustic emissions so as not to disturb the marine life and never lands on the seabed or reefs.
Unparalleled underwater ‘flying’ from the safety, comfort, and style of a personal pressurized and air-conditioned cockpit. The submarine’s communication system enables the pilot to both educate and inspire guests with a real-time commentary of the underwater ecosystem.
Safety And Style
The flight-inspired design allows the Super Falcon 3S to glide safely and effortlessly over reefs and cruise alongside marine mammals like dolphins. The sub is tracked/monitored by a surface team, and fixed positive buoyancy combines with a thrust and lift system to enable the Super Falcon 3S to automatically float back to the surface in the unlikely event of power loss.