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Bluefin Launches Next-Gen, Large-scale, Submersible
Proteus
Proteus packs in payloads varying from people to electronics to general cargo
By RBR Staff


Now undergoing sea trials at a Navy base in Panama City, Fla., the Proteus is Bluefin’s largest vehicle to date – and its first that accommodates passengers. It can seat up to seven divers, or run in unmanned mode.

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