Triton Spotter: 1,000m down

Mar 28, 2018 by Lucy Chabot Reed

Triton Spotter reached new depths in late February when Capt. Les Annan brought us down 1,000m on his Triton submarine certification dive in the Bahamas. Capt. Annan runs M/Y Axis, a 183-foot Damen which holds the sub, an airplane, and a variety of water toys. M/Y Axis serves as support vessel for M/Y Gigi, a 164-foot Westport.

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