Submersible.biz is getting ready to launch what will be the single largest private undersea vehicle ever built, and arguably, one of the most significant personal transportation devices of the century!
A Luxurious Undersea Vehicle – The Phoenix 1000: a 65-meter (213′) personal luxury submarine, where you can explore the depths of the world’s oceans in perfect comfort and safety. The Phoenix is capable of making trans-Atlantic crossings at 16 knots yet can dive along the route and explore the continental margins of some of the most fascinating waters on earth. And unlike surface yachts, when the water gets rough, the submarine can submerge into a perfectly smooth and quiet environment, continuing on toward its destination, providing a ride unsurpassed in quality-unequaled by the finest motor coach or the most luxurious executive aircraft.
Submersible.biz is planning to purchase the Phoenix 1000 for use as an exclusive submarine cruise ship! Many savvy tourists nowadays expect new experiences on their holiday trip and that’s where a tourist submarine is unbeatable. There are fewer than 30 (in 2004) operational tourist submarines in the world and there is place for many more. They carry altogether almost a million tourists every year to the fascinating underwater world. The best operation sites have well over 100,000 passengers per year.
Money to sponsor this project will come from the latest internet craze. Pixel Advertising. What is pixel advertising? Pixels are dots or squares on a computer or television screen that combine to form an image. In Pixel advertising, the pixels on a page are sold in blocks. Pixel advertising is a new way of advertising on the web, but the web site that got everyone talking is Andrew Tew’s "Million Dollar Homepage" : www.milliondollarhomepage.com.
Andrew Tew started his very popular website in September of last year and it began to pick up steam after being appearing in an article on The Register. The general concept of the site was to sell advertising space on the main webpage priced at $1 per pixel. With one million pixels at his disposal, Andrew Tew hoped to make $1 million dollars to help with his university education and future business ventures.. In January 2006 the final block of pixels was sold on eBay for $38,000. Read Andrew’s web log on the site to find out more.
Submersible.biz is very similar to the original www.MillionDollarHomePage.com, which has received over 1.5 million unique visitors and over 2.7 million page impressions in the first week of January 2006 alone, leading to huge exposure and clicks for the advertisers from the web page. One million pixels sold out in 4 months!
Everyone is already talking about the Phoenix 1000 … The day of the maiden voyage, the whole world will know about it! Submersible.biz website launched 1/23/06 and is expecting just as much popularity as Andrew Tew’s "Million Dollar Homepage in the near future. Why not sponsor this amazing project today. Visit www.submersible.biz and keep this link in your favorites to watch it grow as they prepare to launch the Phoenix 1000!