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Tony Webb

Founder and Managing Director

Planet Ocean Underwater Hotel

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Employment History

Founder of the Space Lotto for Space Tourism

The Space Show


Founder of the Space Lotto for Space Tourism

The Space Show


Affiliations

eSpaceTickets.com

Founder


INNER Space Tourism

Founder


Space Frontier Foundation

Board Member


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Entrepreneur Eyes Untapped Market-Underwater Hotel Travelers | Green Lodging News

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Tony Webb, Founder and Managing Director of Planet Ocean Underwater Hotels, LLC, has invested a lot of time developing his Planet Ocean Underwater Hotels.
His goal is to have as many as 15 of the 12-room luxury boutique properties open in the Indian Ocean, the Persian Gulf, the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean. Location number one would be in the waters off Cuba. One purpose of the business venture is to raise awareness about the precarious state of global coral reef health. Webb says 10 percent of guestroom proceeds will be invested in coral reef restoration. "Humans are killing our coral reefs," Webb says. Webb is still gathering investors and the financing for his project. Much of the work so far has been focused on overcoming the technological challenges associated with operating an underwater property. Of course there are many safety issues and Webb says redundant safety systems have been designed into the underwater hotels. Webb says hotel owners will not own the land on which the hotel sits although his company is selling locations for $3 million each. "Working with the host nation, we will safely anchor the underwater hotel on a sand bottom," Webb says. In a document submitted to the U.S. Treasury, Webb's company used $2,500.00 for two guests per night to support the return on investment information.


Planned Underwater Hotels Have Coral Conservation Mission | Green Lodging News

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KEY WEST, FLA.-If entrepreneur Tony Webb attracts the interest he needs, there could be as many as 15 Planet Ocean Underwater Hotels in the coming years.
Webb, Founder and Managing Director of Planet Ocean Underwater Hotels, LLC, is targeting waters off Cuba for the first 12-room property that will sit about 24 to 30 feet below the ocean's surface. Fifteen sites are being planned for locations in the Indian Ocean, the Persian Gulf, the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean. One purpose of the business venture is to raise awareness about the precarious state of global coral reef health. Webb says 10 percent of guestroom proceeds will be invested in coral reef restoration. Each underwater hotel will host a variety of marine biology programs, and colleges and universities will have access through guest proceeds and corporate sponsorships. "Humans are killing our coral reefs," Webb says. Webb says hotel owners will not own the land on which the hotel sits although his company is selling locations for $3 million each. "Working with the host nation, we will safely anchor the underwater hotel on a sand bottom," Webb says. "The steel fabricator specializes in oil and gas industry ocean fabrication," Webb says. There will be numerous technical challenges but Webb says he has already spent years working with others to find solutions. "We will have decompression chambers, manufactured and installed by ETC, for those who elect to scuba dive," Webb says. All air will be handled by the elevator shaft duct. "We have triple redundancy air support systems," Webb says. "We are using state of the art kitchen technology," Webb says. In a document submitted to the U.S. Treasury, Webb's company used $2,500.00 for two guests per night to support the return on investment information. How close is an underwater hotel to opening? Webb says a well-known Florida hotel developer has shown interest and wants to meet with him in Key West. Webb has a history of business success. He owned and funded a space tourism company for 13 years, was a major sponsor for the Google Lunar X-Prize team Synergy Moon, and was one of only five finalists in the Google Lunar X-Prize. Tony Webb


Publisher's Point of View | Green Lodging News

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Tony Webb, Founder and Managing Director of Planet Ocean Underwater Hotels, LLC, has invested a lot of time developing his Planet Ocean Underwater Hotels.
His goal is to have as many as 15 of the 12-room luxury boutique properties open in the Indian Ocean, the Persian Gulf, the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean.


Waste Management | Green Lodging News

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KEY WEST, FLA.-If entrepreneur Tony Webb attracts the interest he needs, there could be as many as 15 Planet Ocean Underwater Hotels in the coming years.
Webb, Founder and Managing Director of Planet Ocean Underwater Hotels, LLC, is targeting waters off Cuba for the first 12-room property that will sit about 24 to 30 feet below the ocean's surface. Fifteen sites are being planned for locations in the Indian Ocean, the Persian Gulf, the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean.


Planet Ocean Underwater Hotel Invites Hotel Industry Investment Participation in World's First Undersea Boutique Hotels

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As Tony Webb, Managing Director for Planet Ocean Underwater Hotel explains, It is now time to present the full disclosure document regarding the Planet Ocean Underwater Hotel and Research Center to the hotel industry, for consideration to partake in our U.S and Cuba endeavor.
We anticipate that many of our nations leaders will be very proud to see such a program implemented to launch an entirely new industry of inner space undersea tourism for America and other underwater hotel host nations. Webb, who owned and funded a space tourism company for 13 years, major sponsor for the Google Lunar X-Prize team Synergy Moon, one of only five finalist in the Google Lunar X-Prize. Now he and a team of internationally-renowned experts are focused on making the first fully self-contained and affordable luxury underwater hotel on the planet. Contact: Tony Webb Managing Director


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