Having just a week to "decompress" from Titanic, I am now ready to tackle my next big wreck expedition. I am heading up a huge wreck discovery project in Florida that will employ two research vessels and a twenty-man crew on an underwater project that will be looking for the discovery of a lost naval vessel. Nautical Research Group is collaborating with the US Naval Historical Center on the discovery of this vessel utilizing the latest in underwater technology. We will be using side-scan sonar, magnetometer, metal detector, visual camera arrays etc in pursuit of this vessel. Additionally, we have the capability to use some ROVs on the site and most of our divers will be using the latest in closed-circuit rebreather technology (including the new Evolution) to dive perspective targets. Please stay tuned for the outcome of our latest adventure.
In the meantime, we will be publishing the supplemental logs from our scientific research expedition to Titanic that we just completed starting this Friday. For those people in the Pennsylvania area, we will be premiering portions of our new video footage of Titanic on August 19th at Harrisburg's Whitaker Science Center. I would like to invite our loyal fan base to come out and see some great video of Titanic. In addition to our presentation, they have an exhibit on loan from the company RMS Titanic that includes many recovered items from Titanic and will be showing a special IMAX screening of James Cameron's Ghosts of the Abyss.