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Marine Consultant | Diving Since:1979
Marine Salvage Research Consultant | Freelance | Exploration
 
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From Michelle Starr - Science AlertA sunken ship found in the Nile river may have lain undisturbed for over 2,500 years, but it is finally ponying up its secrets. Scientists think that this ship has revealed a structure whose existence has been debat ...

From Paul Peachey - The NationalUnderwater archaeologists have discovered a giant shipwreck two kilometres beneath the Mediterranean Sea that casts new light on the advanced state of multinational trade in the Middle East nearly 400 years ago.Cargoes ...

By Bob Miller - ABC 14 NewsAround 200 Ancient Roman amphora have been discovered in an underwater cave off of the coast of Majorca — in the first dive down there in 20 years. Amphorae are ceramic pots — often used to store wine, other liquids, or gra ...

From BBC NewsClive Cussler, the US author of the popular Dirk Pitt novels, has died at the age of 88.He wrote 25 books in the adventure series, including Sahara and Raise the Titanic, and sold more than 100 million copies of his novels in total. Writ ...

By Jim Mendoza - Hawaii News Now Crystal clear video shows new images of a World War II aircraft sitting on the ocean floor about three miles off Oahu’s Kaneohe coast. The Grumman TBF Avenger crashed after colliding with another military plane during ...

By Jill Neimark - Hakai Magazine Most visitors come to Cape Canaveral, on the northeast coast of Florida, for the tourist attractions. It’s home to the second-busiest cruise ship port in the world and is a gateway to the cosmos. Nearly 1.5 million vi ...

From Fox News The sunken wreck of the Titanic will be protected under a new treaty agreed to by the United States and the United Kingdom.More than 100 years after the ill-fated ship sank to the bottom of the sea when it hit an iceberg, the formal agr ...

By Agnieszka Rakoczy - Cyprus MailControversy continues to swirl around the discovery in the murky depths of the Mediterranean of a 17th century Ottoman shipwreck in the Lebanese EEZ and the subsequent confiscation of its salvaged cargo by customs of ...

From Paul Peachey - The NationalUnderwater archaeologists have discovered a giant shipwreck two kilometres beneath the Mediterranean Sea that casts new light on the advanced state of multinational trade in the Middle East nearly 400 years ago.Cargoes ...

By Nick Dall - BBC.com On 25 March 1647 – five years before the Dutch East India Company, Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie (VOC) in Dutch, had established the Cape Town settlement just north of the Cape of Good Hope – the Nieuw Haarlem foundered in ...