Friday, 7 March 2014

The Mile-Low Club??

Join the 'Mile Low Club' on a submarine

Since the dawn of passenger aviation, the so-called 'Mile High Club' has been synonymous with rock stars, honeymoon couples and a select number of cheeky flyers.
Now, 62 years since the opportunity to join this exclusive club first became available to the public, a travel company are offering the opportunity to join the 'Mile Low Club'.
Luxury property rental specialists Oliver's Travels are advertising the use of a specially adapted leisure submarine, interior designed and furnished to the individual customer's specification for an undersea encounter.
The vessel, nicknamed Lovers Deep, will be staffed by an on-board crew of three; the Captain, chef and personal butler (who share separate, sound-proof living accommodation at the other end of the craft to ensure guest privacy).
Lovers Deep has the unique capability of being moored at a location chosen by the customer, whether that be a stunning coral reef off the coast of St. Lucia or a sunken battleship in the Red Sea.
With private speedboat transfers as standard, the service can also be customised with optional extras including helicopter transfers with a beach landing, free rose petal scattering service or champagne breakfast in bed.
Oliver Bell, co-founder of Oliver's Travels said: "All of our handpicked, luxury properties have something unique and quirky about them, but Lovers Deep really stands out as one of our quirkiest yet.
"We're always fascinated by the colourful array of requests we get through our Oliver's Concierge service and are looking forward to creating bespoke packages for those wanting to join the 'Mile Low Club' with us."
Prices start from £175,000 per night excluding air travel.

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