Luminox Save The Sea II Programme in Malaysia


Early this month, Luminox brand ambassador and world renowned ocean explorer Scott Cassell was here in Malaysia to launch the Luminox Save The Seas ocean conservation programme. There was a special exhibit of an electricity-powered two-man submersible (mini submarine) named “The Great White” from 9 to 15 September 2013 at Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur.




The Great White” submersible is an eco-engineering marvel, running entirely on electricity and homebuilt by Mr Scott Cassell and his Chief Engineer, Scott Reed, mostly from recycled materials. It has the capacity to go down to the deep sea at depths of up to 175 metres.



This mini submarine is utilized by Mr Scott Cassell for student education programmes under his USA-based non-profit organization, the Undersea Voyager Project (UVP). 


Luminox Save The Seas Exhibition of The Great White Submersible is utilized by Scott Cassell for student education programmes under his USA-based non-profit organization, the Undersea Voyager Project (UVP).



The mission of Luminox Save The Seas II in Malaysia is to educate consumers about the importance of preserving the health of the ocean eco-systems in The Coral Triangle, a region off the coasts of Southeast Asia (including Malaysia) recognised as the global centre of marine biodiversity and a global priority for conservation.  

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