From flying cars to electric yachts, many futuristic modes of transport have emerged in recent years. Now, a company has launched a luxury cruise ship, aimed at customers with a lot of money.
The submarine manufactured by the Dutch company U-Boat Worx, named Nexus, can carry up to 9 passengers at a depth of 200 meters. It has a huge viewing window that stretches across the front and swivel seats, ensuring all nine passengers get a great view. The passenger seats can be rearranged according to the number of people on board, while the captain’s seat is in a fixed position.
If something spectacular is caught, the submarine’s seat can be rotated to the required direction to ensure all passengers can see it.
With no difficulty in getting in and out like conventional submarines, the Nexus is designed with travel in mind, so passengers can easily get on and off the train thanks to a 90cm wide platform, along with a carry handle. arrange appropriately.
In terms of speed, the submarine can travel at up to 3 knots (5.5 km/h), with a 62 kWh battery providing power for 18 hours.
U-Boat Worx has yet to announce a price for a seat on the train, but with all this technology and convenience, the price is expected to be “Deserves what the user can experience”which means not at all “popular”.