A cruise line has created a waterproof version of Snapchat's Spectacles

SeaSeekers 2Royal Caribbean/TwitterThe custom Spectacles, dubbed ‘SeaSeekers,’ are currently being tested by professional divers.

Snap has partnered with cruise line Royal Caribbean to offer its customers a waterproof pair of Spectacles to dive in the sea and capture footage.

The so-called “SeaSeekers” are just a prototype for now, but can last up to 30 minutes underwater, and reach 150 feet below the surface.

Snap and the Royal Caribbean are currently testing the sea goggles with two divers, marine biologist Gabriela Nava and wildlife photographer Roberto Ochoa, but plan to roll out a final device to customers by this fall.

The masks will let people capture the best moments of their submarine explorations without having to carry a GoPro or other specialised equipment.

SeaSeekersRoyal CaribbenThe ‘SeaSeekers’ mask.

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