Billionaire investor Ray Dalio and Oscar-winning filmmaker James Cameron Part-owners of a company making submarines for The ultra-wealthy.

Florida-based Triton Submarines Monday’s announcement: Dalio and Cameron were “joining the company to help supercharge the next generation of ocean exploration technology.”

They invested the amount in Although the deal was not made public, the firm was not named. Triton It is now co-owned Dalio, Cameron and Triton Patrick Lahey is Patrick’s co-founder.

What are the benefits? Triton Submarines?

Lahey founded the company in 2007 alongside Bruce Jones, and Submersible vehicles are now manufactured by the company for Personal and commercial and scientific use—some of which are capable of diving to “unlimited depth.”

These vehicles also feature luxury features in Remember to keep your eyes open for Triton Promising its clients “interiors unlike any other” and Ships “built of the finest materials.”

Prices for Triton’s submersibles vary—the company’s range of vehicles can carry small parties of two all the way up to 66 passengers—but according to the Financial TimesThey are everywhere! in Between $2.5 Million and $2.5 Million and $40 million.

“Ray and Jim bring additional business acumen and discipline to the company, creative ideas and unique opportunities that will amplify and expand on the important work we have accomplished so far,” Lahey stated in Monday’s statement

“I couldn’t be more excited to partner with two individuals with demonstrable passion and integrity, and with a deep commitment to ocean innovation and exploration that will make Triton’s next chapter the most interesting of them all.”

Why Dalio and Cameron Are you investing?

Both Dalio— who founded Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund—and Cameron—whose movies include Avatar, Titanic, and The Terminator—have demonstrated an interest in deep sea diving in The past.

OceanX was co-founded by Bridgewater founder, which is a philanthropic organisation that supports and Publicizing scientific explorations into the ocean in 2018. Cameron—described by Triton Monday “a passionate underwater explorer”—carried out a historic deep-sea dive in He helped design a marine vehicle and engineer a decade ago.

Cameron He has done more than 75 deep submersible diving trips, including 33 trips to the Titanic’s wreckage.

Dalio in In a press release, he stated that his long-standing relationship with Triton His conviction that the company was right for him had convinced him. “best and most cutting-edge builders of non-military subs in the world.”

“These subs are singular in the industry and are easily outfitted with advanced scientific and media equipment to bring important discoveries back to everyone,” He said.

Cameron in He stated that he was investing in Triton Because “there are mysteries to solve, new discoveries to make and critical knowledge to acquire.”

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