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FEBRUARY 2016
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Don't Miss the DeepFlight Dragon on the M/Y Copasetic at Yachts Miami Beach 2016

The DeepFlight Dragon personal submarine will be on display aboard the 141-foot luxury exploration yacht M/Y COPASETIC at Yachts Miami Beach 2016. DeepFlight team members will be onboard Copasetic from Feb 11th to 15th to showcase the Dragon and discuss upcoming client demonstration dive events.

Exhibited with Burgess Yachts and Fraser Yachts, the Copasetic is a custom-built high endurance world cruiser that successfully combines the character of a commercial research vessel with the luxury of a private yacht. Its sophisticated engineering and global range of 8,000 nautical miles make her the perfect yacht to journey off to remote and exotic destinations. The Copasetic and DeepFlight’s Dragon are an adventurous combination not to be missed!

Those interested in checking out the Dragon in Miami next week should contact Robert Chamberlain via email or mobile (949) 637-3090, or head to the reception area at Copasetic's berth location on Island Gardens Deep Harbour - B Dock, Slip 29.

Founder Graham Hawkes to Present at Underwater Intervention, New Orleans, Feb. 23 to 25  
 

Renowned marine engineer and submarine designer Graham Hawkes will present back-to-back 30-minute sessions titled “Undersea Manned Quad Copter: DeepFlight Dragon” and “The Status of Underwater Flight” on Tuesday, Feb 23rd beginning at 4 pm.

Global Media Coverage

 
The Dragon continues to receive positive reviews from around the world. Check out the most recent coverage.   
CNN raves “the technology seems all so James Bond except it's real.” Experience a “360-degree view of an ocean wonderland” with the touch of a throttle and an easy-to-use joystick.

International Business Times takes a look at the “state-of-the-art” engineering that makes the Dragon the best of its class. Innovative materials like carbon fiber are used to make the sub, safe, buoyant and durable.

 
C-Suite Quarterly heralds the entrance of the Dragon with a glowing review of the craft’s smooth, silent and efficient ride. The Dragon is “making waves among elite watercraft” and is equally easy to launch from a yacht, dock or shore.
 

ABC7 News says “it looks like somebody dropped a Formula One race car into the ocean.” After years of development “the result is a sub that can reach depths of 400 feet, stay under water for up to eight hours, and will be safe enough for novices to pilot.”

 

DeepFlight: Pioneering Luxury Exploration

You don’t need a Ph.D. to discover the vast wildlife under the sea. You don't even need to get wet to survey ancient shipwrecks. With the DeepFlight Dragon, go from witnessing the breathtaking colors of coral reefs to flying with whale pods in crystal blue waters - all from the safety of a sleek, high-tech, easily operable personal submarine.
For more information on Dragon or Super Falcon Mark II personal submarines or to schedule a demonstration dive, contact DeepFlight.

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