SEAmagine understands that operating a commercial submarine involves much more than the just the underwater aspect. Competing concepts tend to rely on ideal surface conditions in order to operate safely. A submersible may start a dive in perfect weather, but that does not mean it will be the case at the end of the dive which is why it is important for the commercial submarine to be able to handle less than ideal conditions.
SEAmagine’s submarine designs have a strong focus on ensuring safe and practical surface operations and we pay close attention to the boarding and exit of people from the submersibles. This is achieved by ensuring a high level of surface stability, proper docking and tie off configuration on the commercial submarine itself, proper hand rails, and large entry hatches. Close attention is paid on all our submersibles to ensure stable and safe interaction between the commercial submarine once in the water and its support vessel. SEAmagine submarines are designed to handle various sea conditions safely and are constructed to withstand hard conditions and last for many years. They are by far the most robust small submersibles on the market.