Underwater for Everyone
Atlantis Submarine Expeditions takes guests deep into the blue—up to 130 feet, in fact—in a cutting-edge submersible called the SubSeeker, a perfect way to view shipwrecks, coral fields, tropical fish, and the odd sea monster. The Seaworld Explorer Semi-Submarine doesn't go quite so deep; the hull sits five feet below the surface, and gives you a bird's-eye view of what lies beneath. If you'd rather be in the water yourself, Sea Trek Underwater Helmet Walks allows guests to wander 20 feet below the surface to scope out a sunken Cessna 414, chill at the underwater Sea Trek Cafe, and play with hundreds of colorful fish, turtles, rays, octopuses, and more.
By Flash Parker, AFAR Ambassador
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