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Blue Water Recoveries
Blue Water Recoveries is a leading ultra deep-sea operations company that specializes in the research, location and filming of modern and historic shipwrecks. It has found and filmed some of the World’s most famous and controversial shipwrecks; notoriously illusive wrecks that others predicted would never be found or their mysteries solved.
Odyssey Marine Exploration
Odyssey Marine Exploration is an American company engaged in the salvage of deep-water shipwrecks. Odyssey salvaged the U.S. Civil War era shipwreck of the SS Republic in 2003 and recovered over 50,000 coins and 14,000 artifacts from the site nearly 1,700 feet deep.
The Mary Rose
The Mary Rose was a carrack-type warship of the English Tudor navy of King Henry VIII. While leading the attack on the galleys of a French invasion fleet, she sank in the Solent, the straits north of the Isle of Wight.
Nautical Archaeology Society
The Nautical Archaeology Society is a world leading charity providing help, resources, training, and events for everyone interested in underwater and coastal archaeology.
Queen Anne's Revenge
The Queen Anne's Revenge was the flagship of Edward Teach, also known as “Blackbeard,” during the period known as the Golden Age of Piracy. Discovered in 1996, the QAR is recognized as a national treasure and is the second-oldest shipwreck discovered in North Carolina.
Treasure of the R.M.S. Republic
The R.M.S. Republic was a steam-powered ocean liner built in 1903 by Harland and Wolff in Belfast, and lost at sea in a collision six years later while sailing for the White Star Line.
Belfast Titanic Society
The Belfast Titanic Society was formed to preserve and research the story of Titanic and the other White Star Line ships built in Belfast, Ireland.
Features RMS Titanic passenger and crew lists, survivors and victim biographies, Titanic disaster facts and history.
Titanic II is a planned ocean liner intended to be a functional modern-day replica of the Olympic-class RMS Titanic. This life sized recreation of Titanic is scheduled to launch some time in 2022.
Titanic Historical Society, Inc.
The Titanic Historical Society, Inc. is the premier source for Titanic and White Star Line information. It is the oldest and largest Titanic society in the world.
Titanic Museum Attraction
The Titanic Museum Attraction lets “passengers” experience what it was like to walk the hallways, parlors, cabins and Grand Staircase of the Titanic while surrounded by more than 400 artifacts directly from the ship and its passengers.
Daniel Frank Sedwick LLC
Premier specialist company in the colonial coinage of Spanish America, shipwreck coins and artifacts of all nations. In addition to an Online Store, we sell coins and artifacts at various numismatic shows around the nation.
Mel Fisher's Treasure Store
Mel Fisher's Treasures is the source for authentic shipwreck treasure and one-of-a-kind treasure jewelry. Includes coins and other artifacts from the famous wreck of the Atocha.
New World Treasures
New World Treasures specializes in the sales of rare authentic Spanish coins, Spanish colonial coins, shipwreck treasure coins, shipwreck artifacts, and ancient coin jewelry.
A Beginner's Guide to Wreck Diving
Wreck diving is a specific type of scuba diving that requires added skill and provides a fulfilling experience for adventure seekers. Most wreck diving is done on shipwrecks, but it’s also common to explore sunken aircraft at the bottom of the sea floor.
Wreck Diving Holidays
Wreck diving allows divers to delve back in history, uncovering a past engulfed by the oceans. To many, it is this history that proves so alluring. For others, it is their role as vibrant artificial reefs. Our trips visit the world's finest wreck diving destinations.
Wreck Diving Magazine
Wreck Diving Magazine is about diving into the world's history, underwater. Shipwrecks as you've never seen them, and stories as you've never heard them.
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