Normally it takes us many months to plan a diving expedition but the Titanic research expedition has taken us two years of operational planning, consulting and equipment preparation. Even with this amount of time and effort, there always seems like we might forget even the simplest of things. Once back at our New Jersey home base, a very quick turn-over of gear is necessary as we go from the Lost Liner Empress of Ireland to another Lost Liner Titanic. Very little of what we brought to the Empress will end up going to Titanic and I am thankful for all the initial preparation that we did before we left for the Empress. All of the cameras and videocams have been packed, the new services prepped and I believe that we are ready to go. I have a direct flight from Newark, NJ to St. John's, Newfoundland where I will pick-up our home for the next two weeks-the Russian research vessel, Akamedik Keldysh. While enroute and on-site over Titanic, we will be beaming live daily reports via satellite. We have spent months testing this technology and have received direct live feeds during Keldysh's June 2005 dive expedition to Bismarck from our good friend, Belinda Sawyer of Deep Ocean Expeditions. It is time now to execute our plan and I look forward to having you 'on-board' with us as we explore and research the wreck site of RMS Titanic.