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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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January 24, 2006


Steve Libert


Perhaps you and I should do an underwater story together! I believe Playboy then would consider an article. Just kidding! My opportunity expired last year!

On a sincere note, I thoroughly enjoy visiting your excellent site and reading about your expeditions. You Sir, set the standards in the field of underwater exploration. I always anxiously wait to read about your projects and future projects.

Your friend,

Steve Libert


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David Bright

Hello Steve,

Thank you for your extremely flattering comments. I am humbled to hear comments from such a noted underwater explorer - especially considering that you are on the verge of a major historical and underwater discovery!

I thought that it might be tough to top all the exciting and wonderful expeditions that I had in 2005 that included Titanic, Empress of Ireland, the Bermuda Triangle rescue aircraft - Martin Mariner PBM-5, various historical shipwrecks that ranged from naval to merchant and French treasure galleons to ocean liners (including a Blue Riband Cunard Liner).

2006 is shaping up to be an even better and more historic diving season that will be highlighted by our series of events surrounding the 50th Anniversary of the Collision and Sinking of the Andrea Doria. I will be releasing some new nautical forensic information and underwater video regarding this beautiful Italian liner's sinking that will change the historical perception of that tragic evening. In two weeks, I am off to Florida diving deep in the underground caves using a mixed-gas, closed circuit rebreather (as part of a cave diving course run by two of the world's best instructors - legendary Tom Mount and former British Special Forces diver Andrew Driver). Hopefully we will find in situ evidence for some prehistoric species deep within these underwater caves (a mastodon or mammoth would be nice). In March, I am off to the Black Sea and this should be very interesting - perhaps, if I am very lucky, I might discover Noah's Ark (just kidding!). In addition, I have some other "secret" shipwreck explorations and projects that I can't quite divulge yet (don't want the bureaucrats to put a damper on all the adventure) but will provide some significant new information about several historic shipwrecks.

Thank you for your continued support for this website. I find that it is a perfect forum for me to get things off my chest without feeling inhibited about the dives, expeditions and science. As a corporation, Nautical Research Group is thriving and we have been able to pick and choose the best and most interesting projects. Our unique blend of nautical archaeology and deep technical diving - wrapped around our roots in the biological sciences is unparallelled. Oh well, enough comment from me - as I probably could of made a blog entry from this response. Once again, many thanks for your comment!

David Bright

Pedro Caleja

Hi David

I write to a diving magazine called Planeta d'Água (you must register before download the magazine).

I know they are looking for good articles and I wouldn´t mind to translate yours. If you are interested send them an e-mail, or send me the articles and I´ll tell you when they are published.

If you send one now It will be ready to be published in the March Edition.

And have a nice exploration year. I will not have such a luck. My WWI submarine might have survived the airplane bombing. I´m waiting for new reports from germany.

Best regards


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