May 14th, 2014 - The Shallow Draught, Bridgetown, Barbados - Atlantis Submarines has hosted many guests celebrating anniversaries, birthdays, reunions and such celebrations but the ultimate compliment we have been paid in the past is when a few very adventurous couples ask “Can we get married underwater onboard the submarine? General manager Roseanne Myers noted “ The first couple that got married with us was in the late 1980’s and subsequently we have had a handfull of ceremonies on the boat then followed by the dive or fully underwater in the submarine. So when we look at the fact that today’s young couples are even more adventurous than years before and sometimes are seeking the less traditional, we decided to relaunch our “How Deep is your love packages for 2014-2015.” Gettng married on Atlantis Submarines can be as hassle free as guests want it to be. With marriage licence in hand Atlantis can help you put together an amazing experience with a back drop that is unmatchable and all while wearing your traditional white dress and tuxedo, if you so choose.
Above is a pictorial of the wedding memories that can be created with THE “How Deep is your love?” package on Atlantis Submarines
The Atlantis Submarines Barbados “How deep is your love?” basic package for saying “I Do “ underwater, requires a minimum of 30 persons for exclusive use of the vessel and will include VIP upgrade additions. These include round trip transfers from the hotel, exclusive use of the top deck of the transfer vessel for the shuttle transfer to and from the submarine, champagne served underwater, the submarine decorated for the occasion, cocktails and Hors d oeuvres’ on the return trip. Mrs. Myers added” The cost for this basic package is £89 per person but as a special bonus the bride and groom will dive free as our gift to the newlyweds.” The occasion can still be tailor made for the couple as Atlantis has a number of suppliers and wedding planners that can assist with photography , videography, rental of all wedding attire, florist etc.
For smaller parties the ceremony can be held on the top deck of the transfer vessel and then the wedding party can join a regular tour but get the benefit of the amazing photo opportunities created as they board the submarine. The wedding party will get priority seating behind the pilot and wine and canapes after the tour. The advantages of getting married in this very unique setting are that it provides lasting memories and allows you to manage your precious time as newly weds. After the 90 minute trip and ceremony are over all can be returned to the hotel and beautiful beach, while the couple can start the honeymoon without having to worry about guests lingering on too long. Honeymooners and newly-weds are also encouraged to call us for group rates to include an Atlantis Submarine adventure as one of the post wedding activities where they can join one of our regular day or night tours. Atlantis Submarines Barbados is only one of two places in the world where submarine tours are operated at night. The submarine night dive is also the dive of choice for honeymooners and is followed by a cocktail reception.
Pictured above is the Atlantis Submarine vessel on the surface at night with high powered lights on to illuminate the otherwise pitch black and mysterious underwater world.
Atlantis Submarines operates two 48 passenger submarines in Barbados that provide the opportunity to see the underwater world in safety and comfort and to enjoy the reef and other marine life, during the day and at night, which many non-divers do not get to experience. This adventure is one of the most unique and highly recommended attractions in Barbados. For more information please visit our website and booking engine https://www.barbados.atlantissubmarines.com/ where you can also connect to all of our social media. You can also email us at email@example.com and like our page www.facebook.com/AtlantisBarbados
The Barbados operation is part of a fleet of submarines headquartered in Vancouver, Canada with sister submarine locations in the Cayman Islands, Aruba, Cozumel, Mexico, Honolulu, Maui and Kona in Hawaii and in Guam.