1992 Semi-Submarine 53' Subsee Explorer "Nautilus VI"
$199,900.00
: Coral World Ocean Park, St Thomas, Virgin Islands, USVI
: VIBT220202201
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Basic Specification

  • Subsee Explorer
  • Subsee 35 Passenger Reef Viewer
  • Nautilus VI
  • XXXIII
  • 1992
  • 53 (ft)
  • aluminum
  • Power
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1992 Semi-Submarine 53' Subsee Explorer "Nautilus VI"
$199,900.00
: Coral World Ocean Park, St Thomas, Virgin Islands, USVI
: VIBT220202201
Used - Average (In Stock)
$199,900.00$230,000.00 Total Saving : $30,100.00 (13.09% off)
$19,990.00 (10% of total amount)

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1992 Semi-Submarine 53' Subsee Explorer "Nautilus VI"
1992 Semi-Submarine 53' Subsee Explorer "Nautilus VI"
1992 Semi-Submarine 53' Subsee Explorer "Nautilus VI"
1992 Semi-Submarine 53' Subsee Explorer "Nautilus VI"
1992 Semi-Submarine 53' Subsee Explorer "Nautilus VI"
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1992 Semi-Submarine 53' Subsee Explorer "Nautilus VI"
1992 Semi-Submarine 53' Subsee Explorer "Nautilus VI"
1992 Semi-Submarine 53' Subsee Explorer "Nautilus VI"
1992 Semi-Submarine 53' Subsee Explorer "Nautilus VI"
1992 Semi-Submarine 53' Subsee Explorer "Nautilus VI"
Seller Details
If you require further information, would like to arrange a viewing, or simply have some extra questions, then we’d love to hear from you! Do not hesitate to contact us at:
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
Quick overview
Are you looking for the next big adventure for your business? Then look no further because here is Nautilus VI. Nautilus VI Is a truly unique vessel in that she is a Subsee Semi-Submarine which means that you and your passengers can explore once in a lifetime views from the safety of a boat

Listing Last Updated On :
July 9, 2022 At 02:02 pm

1992 Subsee Explorer – Subsee 35 Passenger Reef Viewer (Nautilus VI)

Commissioned in 1992 Nautilus VI has been highly sought after among tourists and locals alike as it allows passengers to explore the most beautiful reefs that the Caribbean has to offer while making the best memories with their friends and family, all while staying dry! If you were looking for a new vessel for your company that will make you stand out from the rest of the competition, then here she is! Nautilus VI can hold up to 30 passengers with 3 crew members both on deck and below in the underwater viewing area and already has a commercial passenger license. Nothing is better for a business than word of mouth and Nautilus VI is sure to get the word around!

Vessel Performance

You are not going to be using Nautilus VI to win any races, but neither is that her purpose. She comes fitted with two outboard Yamaha 225 horsepower engines that are more than enough to power her through the water and get you to your destination in plenty of time. The unique feature of this vessel is the semi-submarine underwater viewing area which is where you will see the performance of this vessel shine. Nowhere else can you offer the experience of underwater viewing while staying dry to your passengers, this really is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for tourists and even a great experience for locals who cannot see the reef in any other way.

Comfort and Vessel Design

Nautilus VI has an upper deck and below deck semi-submarine viewing area. The 53 ft vessel offers a large deck space that is covered so that you and the passengers will be protected from the sun. The flybridge/ cockpit is slightly raised so that you will have a full view when driving and can navigate to the best destinations for underwater viewing. Nautilus VI comes equipped with one head, which is more than enough to cope with the number of passengers that you will have on board. She offers a lot of space and comfort so that no one feels like they are stepping on each other’s toes either.

Make an Arrangement

If you would like to learn more about this truly stunning vessel, call the broker, Chad Blake, today at 1 (800) 484-0367, extension 5, or write to him at cblake@harborshoppers.com and he would be happy to discuss this vessel and or schedule a virtual or in-person viewing. (Please note that buyers may have to show proof of qualifying to purchase before viewings are made to limit disruptions to the owners).

Product Details
Measurement
52 ft 9 in
13 ft 8 in
4 ft 6 in
17000
Accommodation
33
1
propulsion
Engine Unit #1
Yamaha
115
outboard
other
gas/petrol
Engine Unit #2
Yamaha
115
outboard
other
gas/petrol
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Vessel Information
Registry Information
VI 5803 TA
Terms Of The Sale:

This is a private boat for sale.This is a Broker Sale. Any purchase through Harbor Shoppers will automatically indicate a purchase agreement from the buyer to the seller.

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