The short film, which gives viewers a rare insight into one of the planets most mysterious creatures, is exclusively available on Immotion's VR Cinematic motion pods at its 11 ImmotionVR stores across the UK.
Views will also soon be able to watch the film from the comfort of their home through SonyVR, as well as through mobile downloads on iOS and Android devices.
The experience is the first instalment in Immotion's Blue Ocean Aquarium series.
"At Immotion, we are always looking to push the boundaries of VR. What we've managed to capture is truly breath-taking,” said chief executive Martin Higginson.
“The experience makes full use of the visual, sound and motion capabilities of our VR Cinematic motion pods to deliver our customers something ground-breaking and memorable.
“We are excited about future instalments of our Blue Ocean Aquarium series, and demonstrating the power of VR to engage and thrill audiences.
Immotion shares were unchanged at 5p on Thursday morning.