Philippines' first submarine underwater tour to operate soon in Cebu


It's more FUN in Cebu, Philippines!




Thinking about going on a Cebu Island Tour? You should! Imperial Palace Water Park, a resort in Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu, will offer the country's first submarine underwater tour packages soon.

Cebu Yellow Submarine, arrived in Cebu from Thailand last July 27, can accommodate at least 50 passengers for a breath taking underwater views of colorful fish, corals in depths of Cebu.

Cebu Yellow Submarine tours is tentatively scheduled to start September 2012.

Here's the Cebu Yellow Submarine Specification as posted in their official Facebook page:

  • Manufactured by – Frabico Antwerp, Belgium
  • Max dive depth – 100 Meters
  • Capacity – 48 Passengers
  • Max speed – 7 Knots
  • Length – 22.2 Meters
  • Beam – 3.0 Meters
  • Height – 7.2 Meters
  • Weight – 99 Tons
  • Main thruster – 80 W
  • Sub thruster – 4*10 Kw
  • System – Electro-HydraulicSystem
  • Battery – 72 Hrs
The vessel underwent rigorous inspection by Germanischer Llyod, a classification society in Hamburg, Germany, to ensure safety of the passengers.

Photos of the CEBU YELLOW SUBMARINE:







Photos courtesy of: Cebu Yellow Submarine Philippines Official Facebook Page.



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