Rooswijk wreck dives reveal stories of Europe’s global trading history

Posted by - 18th August 2017

An international team of maritime archaeologists are diving, excavating and recording the wreck site of Dutch ship the Rooswijk off the Kent coast. They are excavating the storage rooms and living quarters in the stern of the ship and items such as large wooden seaman’s chests, pewter jugs and spoons, glass bottles, ornately carved knife

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Andrea Doria claims life of British deep wreck diver

Posted by - 26th July 2017

A British deep wreck diver has died on the infamous SS Andrea Doria shipwreck in the United States. Steven Slater, a well-known face in deep wreck and technical diving circles, was exploring the deteriorating remains of the Andrea Doria, which became known as the ‘Everest of Wreck Diving’ after it sank in July 1956 following

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MARK EVANS: Grenada shipwrecks new and old

Posted by - 2nd July 2017

After their visit to the Bianca C, the Scuba Diver team decided to mix up a couple of older Grenadian shipwrecks with a brand, spanking new one which only sank a few months ago. Aquanauts Grenada were our dive centre for the day, and we headed out at speed on their big, comfortable boat into

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New catamaran dive boat plying Maltese waters

Posted by - 9th June 2017

The Leymor is the first purpose-built British diving catamaran to operate in Maltese waters, and it brings with it some of the comforts of home, including a dive lift. She is 12 metres long and was purpose-designed as a dive boat. Powered by twin 350hp Caterpillar engines, the catamaran has a cruising speed of 20 knots

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Sir Richard Branson helps BVIs gain stunning ‘art’-ificial reef

Posted by - 28th April 2017

  The sight of a monstrous Kraken atop a stricken naval vessel sounds like something out of a Hollywood movie, but now divers to the British Virgin Islands can experience this weird-and-wonderful spectacle for themselves, thanks to a ground-breaking scheme spearheaded by entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson. It all started when one of Sir Richard’s staff,

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Grenada gains a new shipwreck

Posted by - 30th March 2017

  After weeks of searching, Peter Seupel and the team from Aquanauts Grenada have located the island’s latest wreck dive – the Persia II. The Vincentian-registered Persia II was carrying cargo from Trinidad to St Vincent on 3 March when it got into difficulties. The Grenada Coastguard responded to the emergency call that the ship

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Discover Palau’s ‘Secret Season’

Posted by - 20th February 2017

Sam’s Tours, one of Palau’s premier dive centres, is offering special wreck dives from August through October with in-depth presentations on the wrecks of Palau and their history in World War Two. The ‘Secret Season’ is the perfect time to discover some well-protected wrecks and macro dive sites and enjoy dives off the beaten path.

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Ship Wreck Diving

Posted by - 12th May 2016

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