Uber Start ‘ScUber’: The World First Underwater Rideshare Services
Recently, the demand for a taxi booking and ride-sharing is the way to transfer point A to Point B.
There are so many companies which offer taxi booking and ride-sharing services, but uber is provide the number one ride-sharing services worldwide.
Uber provide, Uber for a taxi, Uber for carpooling, Uber for food, Uber for truck, Uber Helicopter, and Uber for X services in the world.
Now, Uber has started first underwater rideshare services ‘ScUber’ in Australia.
What is ScUber Service?
ScUber is extinction, but it’s one kind of an underwater rideshare Services. Uber started ScUber services in Australia on Monday, 27th May.
ScUber will offer a one of a kind submarine experience and promises an unfiltered 180-degree view of Australia’s World Heritage Site, the Great Barrier Reef.
The best part about this magical underwater experience is that it does not have any negative impact on the beach.
The submarine is battery power and carries three passengers, which is two riders and the pilot.
The cost of the trip is around $3000 for two riders, $1500 for each. It will offer ride services for passengers departing from Heron Island, off the coast of Gladstone in the Southern Great Barrier Reef region.
How Rider Book ScUber for Ride Service?
The riders can book their ride using the Uber app, and the passenger will include pickup from the location, a scenic helicopter ride to either Heron Island or the Quicksilver Cruises boat off the coast of Port Douglas, one hour in the submarine and return trip to the original pickup address.
The passengers will be maximum taken to a depth of 30m, which is the depth reached by advance level scuba divers where they can wonder at the untouched beauty of the Great Barrier Beach.
From each booking, Uber shall donate all the ‘same fare’ amount earned by the ScUber to Citizens Of The Great Barrier Reef which is a reef maintenance group.
Perversely, this service is available for a limited period. ScUber rides will be open from 27 May to 18 June 2019.