Pascal

Pascal

Marine Consultant | Diving Since:1979
Marine Salvage Research Consultant | Freelance | Exploration
 
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Marine Consultant | Diving Since:1979 Marine Salvage Research Consultant | Freelance | Exploration
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By Brandon Specktor - LivescienceOne-hundred-and-seven years after sinking to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, the ruins of the RMS Titanic continue to rapidly disintegrate into the sea, according to a team of ocean explorers who recently revisited ...

By James Rogers - Military.comThe bow of the World War II submarine USS Grunion has been discovered 77 years after the sub went missing off the remote Aleutian Islands in Alaska on her first war patrol.The Gato-class submarine (SS 216) was sent to th ...

By James Rogers - Fox NewsArchaeologists in South Africa have found the long-lost wreck of a Dutch merchant ship that played a crucial role in the country’s colonial history. The Dutch East India Company vessel “Haarlem” or “Nieuw Haarlem,” wrecked i ...

From Space Coast DailyRobert F. Marx of Indialantic, Florida, passed away peacefully at the age of 82 on the Fourth of July 2019 surrounded by his devoted wife and daughters.Bob was born on December 8, 1936, in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Leaving home a ...

By Jake Rossen - MentalflossFor nearly 80 years, two Dutch submarines have been occupying the ocean floor off the coast of Malaysia, with the remains of their crews still inside. They were among dozens of shipwrecks in the same area, all of them casu ...

By Allen Kim - CNNThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has designated the first new national marine sanctuary since 2000.Forty miles south of Washington, the 18-square-mile stretch of the Potomac River in Charles County, Maryland, has ...

By Stephanie Valera - Geek.comArchaeologists have discovered an ancient, Roman-era wooden ship, complete with cargo, off the eastern coast of Cyprus.In a statement, Cyprus’ Department of Antiquities said the wreck is the “first undisturbed Roman ship ...

By Yonhap - Korea HeraldA man in his 60s has been arrested on suspicion of possessing ancient pottery that is believed to have been taken illegally from an underwater resting place off the southwestern coast of South Korea, police said Thursday.The 6 ...

By Michael Wing - Epoch TimesThe ancient Greeks once sailed the seas aboard ships like the ones depicted on ancient murals and vases from the time of Plato. In modern times, though, we have never actually laid eyes on one—that is, until now.In the de ...

By Jackie Dunham - CTVNews Human remains discovered in Quebec’s Gaspe region in 2011 and 2016 were those of Irish immigrants who died in a shipwreck in 1847 after fleeing famine, Parks Canada has confirmed.The government agency said the bones of thre ...