The Hyper-Sub MSV: Game Changing Capabilities

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The Hyper-Sub MSV (Multipurpose Sub-Sea Vehicle) is the world's first long range speedboat that is also a true, heavy-lift, utility submarine.  But why is that different or important?

Though there are many reasons for this, the most important are as follows.

1) Size and Persistence: Unlike its larger military cousins, the MSV is small enough to be used in extremely shallow waters, undetected, for prolonged periods of time. It is a critical security space or zone that is not realistically serviceable by any other technology.

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2) Ease of Use and Economy: Unlike other mini-subs or subsea machines, the MSV does not need to be carried or supported to be used. It’s a speedboat, so it can go where it wants, when it wants, and at a similar hourly cost as that of any other speedboat. When desired, it can dive with the throw of only a few switches, accessing the subsea environment at no additional cost which is a radical departure from the current norm.

3) Modularity and Heavy Lift: With over 6,000 lbs. of variable cargo carrying capacity, the MSV can be outfitted with multiple cabin configurations, electronics packages, and equipment options to serve many different end-user types and/or purposes.  

In combination, the competitive advantages created by these characteristics make the Hyper-Sub MSV the first platform capable of filling so many existing needs across such a wide variety of market sectors.  

Click here for detailed Specifications.             

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Capability Highlights 

  • It can go where you want, when you want…just like any other speedboat.

  • The Hyper-Sub can dive to 500 feet with a certified acrylic cabin

  • It can travel over 300 miles submerged on a single deployment

  • It can travel approximately 500 miles on the surface (depending on sea state) to almost any point of interest, then dive with the throw of only a few switches

  • It is the first mini-sub capable of being outfitted with over 6,000 lbs. of optional equipment, cabin configurations, and electronics packages for different end users

  • It routinely traveled, fully submerged, in waters as shallow as 15 feet deep without breaching the surface (which is important to governments)

  • It is the first true submarine capable of being beached, or launched, in only three feet of water (which is important for amphibious ops, tourist ops, or even private owners)

  • It revolutionizes mini-sub safety by having over 30,000 lbs (15 tons) of reserve lift when submerged

The end result is a manned sub-sea utility vehicle that, unlike any min-sub before, provides a more practical, versatile, and inexpensive way to access, and work, in the sub-sea environment. 

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