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Titanic Shipwreck Photographic Series

  • In the course of this ten-part Titanic Photometric Series, we have explored the entire length of the Titanic from bow to stern giving you selected highlights of this beautiful shipwreck. To access these new photographs, as well as other Titanic photographs, scientific research paper and accompanying PowerPoint presentation go to our corporate website at and within the text of this home page select the link entitled Educational Services. This will bring you to our educational page where all this valuable information can be viewed and downloaded for personal use only. Many thanks for taking this exciting adventure with Nautical Research Group and making this web log the most viewed shipwreck informational blog on the Internet.

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November 08, 2005


Jacob Stevens

I just wanted to leave you a note saying that I greatly enjoy your blog and I think it very interesting. This is something that has interested me every since I was very small. Your website is amazing and intriguing. I hope you continue with it.

P.S. what shipwreck sites have you visited during the course of your career?


David Bright

Hello Jacob,
Thank you for your kind comment. I have been actively involved with shipwreck exploration for 35 years and have visited thousands of ships. I have visited everything from a French treasure galleon to the famous White Star liner RMS Titanic-and everything in-between. I like the ocean liners and next year will mark the 50th anniversary of the beautiful Italian luxury liner named Andrea Doria sinking off the Atlantic coast of Nantucket Island where we will have a huge diving expedition scheduled in July 2006. Additionally, I enjoy the military wrecks that include airplanes, submarines, destroyers and aircraft carriers etc. Some of my favorite wrecks are those that have been historically famous like the Civil War ironclad USS Monitor or the Canadian Pacific liner Empress of Ireland. We will unveil later next week a huge discovery/exploration project looking for lost Navy aircraft that will be shown on television in a 2-hour documentary by NBC News so come back within the week for further details.
David Bright

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