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Breathtaking... Nearly 20 years after first finding the sunken remains of the R.M.S. Titanic, marine explorer Robert Ballard returned in June 2004, helped by the NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration to study the ship's rapid deterioration. The Titanic team worked aboard NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown from May 30 through June 9, spending 11 days at the wreck site, mapping the ship and conducting scientific analysis of its deterioration. The team used Institute for Exploration (IFE) remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) Hercules and Argus to conduct a sophisticated documentation of the state of Titanic was not possible in the 1980s. This "look, don't touch" mission used high-definition video and stereoscopic still images to provide an updated assessment of the wreck site at a depth of 3,840 meters...
This striking stock footage collection of the Titanic shipwreck is the original footage as captured by the legendary Al Giddings in a series of 11 dramatic dives to the ocean floor. Learn more behind-the-scenes at our Footage Search blog: http://blog.footagesearch.com/category/ocean-footage/ Or visit our online collection of Titanic wreck stock video clips: http://www.oceanfootage.com/stock_video/titanic_video.htm
Pablo Escobar’s submarine wreck discovered as footage shows divers search for missing cash. By the time he was 35, the “King of Cocaine” was estimated to be raking in £320m a week, supplying more than 80% of cocaine consumed in the US. The savvy smuggler used submarines to escape the attention of the US coastguards, surfacing near Puerto Rico before unloading the contraband onto speedboats to take ashore. And now, in a fascinating short film uploaded to Discovery’s YouTube channel, Diving For The Wreck of Escobar's Submarine, CIA agents discover the site of one of Escobar’s sunken submarines.
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On 20th April 2014, we dive the Pioneer wreck. Unfortunately I dropped my camera and video light unit as we ascended after the dive. Today we went back to the Pioneer, 5 weeks later, to see if we could find it. I *thought* I knew exactly were it was and boasted to EVERYONE I'd find it in a couple of minutes. I was right AND wrong. (Right to find it, wrong location). This video was shot with my older camera as we descended down the shot line, Enjoy! The Pioneer was a steel steam driven pump sand dredge. Her overall length was 52m (170ft). She was built for the Victorian Dept. of Board of Works in 1905 and she was built in Glasgow, Scotland. She was scuttled on March 9, 1950. Her current Depth is 46m (150ft) with the deck around 42m. It's a fantastic dive site. Plenty of swim-throughs and ...
(Yes I realize it is spelled differently 3 times) This is the first Episode of a series I want to start. I hope you enjoy. Fish: Goliath Grouper, Nurse shark, Small Cudas, Chubs, Ballyhoo, small jack, small snapper and usual suspects of reef fish. I wish I had more footage for you all but last month when we went scuba diving here I forgot the gopro..... For more information check out: https://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/flshipwrecks/lof.htm Reef Map: http://discover.pbcgov.org/erm/Pages/Artificial-Reef-Map.aspx
Apart from the usual biodiversity and reef check surveys carried out in areas around proposed the Tun Mustapha Park, Dr Ejria Saleh from Universiti Malaysia Sabah led a team that searched for wrecks. With side scan sonar towed behind a boat, high resolution mapping of the seabed was captured. The map was analysed and a diver then went down to the mapped location to reconfirm the scanned subject. Wrecks are of national importance. They are time capsules, providing archaeologists and historians with insights into the past. Wreck sites not only feature vessels or magnificent artifacts, but they also teach us the role of vessels in the nation's economy and the people behind the shipping industry. Besides historical importance, wrecks have significant impact on the marine ecosystem of the ar...
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Search efforts with the cruise ship wreck have been suspended.
On a fine, but very windy morning, I decided to search out what appeared to be another Ship Wreck that has been exposed at Cefn Sidan Beach, in Carmarthenshire, West Wales. After a long and difficult walk over some rough terrain, I managed to get to the wreck just as the incoming tide was about to cover it. However, being able to have a close look for the very first time, it looks more like scaffolding, than the remains of a ship. Further investigations are in the process of being made. In the meantime, enjoy the fantastic Golden Sands along this award winning beach.
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