Originally a 18th century British Frigate, it was sunk and preserved by an undersea race and then captured by the WASP. It now resides at the West Coast Maritime Museum.
The ship originally served in the British Navy during the American War for Independence, and was sunk during the war. It stayed underwater for over two centuries, and was chemically preserved and retrofitted to be a submersible by an undersea race, who then used it as a means to try and capture Captain Troy Tempest.
The retrofittings included airlocks and watertight panels in the cabin to make that part of the ship secure, as well as powerful cannons that looked like the ship's previous weapons, but were fired by the pull of a lever.
It was subsequently captured by the WASPs after the defeat of its previous owners, and donated to the West Coast Maritime Museum, where it currently resides. The museum will lend out or rent the vessel for use in the film industry or as needed, such as by Admiral Jack Denver, when he wanted it to recreate sailing in the the 18th century.
- Aquadrive System-allows the ship to be operated by a single person.
- Automatic ballistic guns disguised as cannons
- Hydraulic landing stabilizers-helps prevent the ship from tipping over when resting on the seabed.
- Nuclear fusion power plant
- Twin Aqua-drive turbines
- Triple layered hull-chemically preserved outer layer, armored plating, and reconstructed inner cabin walls
- There were two models used for filming, a smaller one for underwater scenes, and a larger one for surface scenes.
- The model was based on a Bliss Marine sailing ship model.