Announcement: Seaflex moors underwater hotel

What began as an inspired work of installation art in a Swedish lake is now expanding to the Indian Ocean.

The concept of an underwater hotel room, where the guests can spend the night 3 meters below the surface, is now expanding to new locations. Originally located in a Swedish lake near Stockholm, the work of art that visitors are encouraged to try for themselves is getting a more tropical touch by expanding to Pemba Island in the Indian Ocean.

Seaflex is very proud to be part of this project by securing the floating residence in order to ensure a safe and comfortable experience for the guests. Stay tuned for more information about this groundbreaking project!

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