Voyage chronicled the adventures of the world's first privately owned nuclear submarine, the SSRN Seaview. Designed by Admiral Harriman Nelson, she was a tool of oceanographic research for the Nelson Institute of Marine Research.
Last Episode04x26 No Way Back Aired: Mar. 31, 1968
Mr.Pem returns to help Admiral Nelson prevent the Seaview from exploding. Pem transports the submarine to 1780 where they encounter General …
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season 2, Episode #22 - The Death Ship
The body count aboard the Seaview mounts as the damaged ship becomes part of a sinister plot to sabotage a…
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season 2, Episode #14 - Terror On Dinosaur I...
Commander Crane leads the rescue mission as Admiral Nelson and Chief Sharkey struggle to survive on a…
Series Fun Facts
- Epsiode 2.1, "Jonah And The Whale," was the first episode to be broadcast in color. Seaview is redesigned with only one set of observation windows and a hatch for the flying sub, although…
[show]Epsiode 2.1, "Jonah And The Whale," was the first episode to be broadcast in color. Seaview is redesigned with only one set of observation windows and a hatch for the flying sub, although stock footage was used throughout seasons 2-4 showing the sub with three or six windows. New uniforms appear also as well as the flying sub. Over the course of seasons 2-4, there were six different flying sub models used for filming.
- At first David Hedison turned down the role of Lee Crane until he learned that Richard Basehart was signed to play Nelson.
- The Seaview had a sister sub called the Polydor that was destroyed in the second episode.