Neptus 60 Cliff Habitat
60 is a Cliff-House designed by Naval Architect Giancarlo Zema
and exclusive to Underwater Vehicles Inc. Neptus 60
has been conceived to create a cliff side environment in harmony with
nature. It allows the occupant to fully enjoy the cliff placing, to
admire the views on the sea and the spectacular underwater sea life.
The project reflects on Neptus, the amphibious shellfish that once thrived
in the oceans over 500 million years ago.
Neptus 60 is made up of 4 elements: (1) living area (2) observation
deck, (3) docking for boats, (4) underwater observation globe
The different floors are connected with a winding staircase
that looks on the sea, and served by a glass elevator.
Living area - Circular construction anchored on the
cliff. It is divided in a living room with terrace and a night area
with 3 bedrooms looking on the sea with inclusive ensuite bathrooms.
Observation deck - Capsular layout hanging at 20m on
the sea level. It allows you to look at the sea in a comfortable and
Docking for small craft - A wharf allows you to reach
Neptus 60 directly from the sea.
Underwater observation globe - The most interesting
space complete with underwater lighting and diver lock-out options.
Underwater components by renowned submarine manufacturer.
structure - that can be modulated, that can be anchored on
every sort of cliff.
Living area - diameter 18m, 250 square meters on two
Observation deck - 80 square meters on 2 levels.
Wharf - 40 square meters.
Underwater observation globe - 80 square meters om
2 levels completely underwater.
Elevator lift capacity - 650 kg (6 people), speed 1.5
m/s, height 50 mt.
- from Giancarlo Zema Lake Washington
Commercial and Recreational Marine Park