The Super Falcon
The Super Falcon Polaris is an extraordinary craft. Two people can comfortably dive to three hundred feet, safely. Once underwater the electrically propelled sub is ghost quiet. Positive buoyancy plus safety backups guarantee a return to the surface every time. We are opening up the opportunity for just 15 people to buy a share of Polaris and join the team personally to learn sub diving in exotic locales.
Polaris was originally owned by noted venture capitalist Tom Perkins; years ago, Tom told Chris personally “of all my possessions – the Maltese Falcon, my Ferraris, everything, the Super Falcon is my favorite“. Tom eventually converted a boat just to carry Polaris to remote areas to dive.
Who else owns a Super Falcon? Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz keeps one on his private island in Fiji.
Now as part of the Polaris Club you can enjoy what they so enjoyed…
Diving Truk Lagoon is a rare enough joy. Diving a place like that in your own submersible is far, far rarer. In any cocktail crowd, you will be the only one who dove their sub last week or even this year. Members will progress from accompanied dives to piloting Polaris themselves with their passenger. The whole curriculum can also be a stepping stone to solo diving our deep sub Pentarius on deeper dives if that is on your wish list.
No other sub in the world is this easy and this convenient
Generally diving a sub is limited to places close enough to support docks and every dive is to the same area again and again. Not so with Polaris. Between the mothership, our crew chief, sub techs, and deckhands, Deep Sub LLC has the team and resources to support Polaris and transport her to remote locations where every dive is unique. Cheyenne will take the sub to launch at each location – no long tows needed. One minute after closing the dome you will be diving, and within minutes of surfacing you will be back onboard the Mothership, climbing out.
How Polaris Club Works
Pentarius and the mothership will set off on a widely encompassing journey, from the heart of San Francisco to the Marinas, China, and the multitude of oceans and marine depths that lie between.