Category Archives: U-Boat Navigator equipment

Working at HMS Perseus – Short Report

HMS Perseus, 79 metres long, 8.5 metres beam and 4.17 metres draught submarine was laid down on 2 July 1928. She had a displacement of 1,475 long tons surfaced, and 2,040 long tons submerged. Fitted with four-stroke blast injection eight-cylinder diesels, accommodated in the larger engine room and designed to develop a total of 4640...
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Guests aboard U-Boat Navigator

Along with our regular work, diving and filming, we were honored to accept prominent guests. Technical divers from the USA and Italy stayed with us for several days, working on their own program. Their diving team consisted of Evan Kovacs from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and Marine Imaging Technologies, Michael Barnette, a biologist from protected...
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Triton 3300/3: exploring new depth

As it is known, Triton 3300/3 now joins the team to accompany on voyages of discovery, opening new horizons for those puzzled with the wonders of thousand meters under the sea. Yes, that is to say this sub with an impressive panoramic view can take a pilot and two passengers to a depth of 3300...
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Triton 3300/3 is onboard!

Triton 3300/3 submersible has arrived and already taken its place onboard U-Boat Navigator.

Since last week U-Boat Navigator crew has been working together with overseas specialists, getting used to the new equipment. Triton 3300/3 is soon to explore the richness of Maltese islands and other intriguing locations.

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Valletta Boat Show 2014: UPDATED

Unfortunately, Valletta Boat Show 2014 was postponed due to a bad weather conditions, and no certain date yet has been set regarding the event. We will keep you informed about any changes in this matter.

In the meantime, we will find a way of presenting our new Triton 3300/3 submersible, and publish latest pictures shortly.

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U-Boat goes shopping: Triton 3300 is to arrive soon!

U-Boat has recently come back from the trip to “Triton Submarines” – an American-based company, one of the global leaders in deep diving submersible engineering.

U-Boat representatives headed off too Florida in their search for a new first-rate bathyscaph to join the Sea Explorer 5 aboard the Navigator. And they did reach the target: in a while the brand new Triton 3300 will be brought to Malta.

The Triton 3300/3 is the most popular company’s submersible, according to its specialists…

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