Monthly Archives: December 2011

The SS Thistlegorm: World’s Greatest Wreck Dive?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuVNgVamO_g Take a look, it’s fantastic.  Trains, motorcycles, trucks, boots, guns, everything from the transport is still down there to see and explore. The SS Thistlegorm is a World War 2 ship wreck located in the North of Red Sea in the Strait of Gubal. It is a former 128m long British transport ship sunk &hellip Continue reading »

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Store-wide XMAS Markdowns Up to 30% off!

  Everything in the Seavenger Santa’s Sleigh up to 30% off! Use this discount code during checkout xmas70             Minimum Order $1500        Amount Off $450     30% off xmas75             Minimum Order $1000        Amount Off $250     25%  off xmas80             Minimum Order $800          Amount Off $160     20% &hellip Continue reading »

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December 7, Remembering Pearl Harbor 70 Years Ago.

Lee Soucy decided five years ago that when he died he wanted to join his shipmates killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor. Soucy lived to be 90, passing away just last year. On Tuesday, seven decades after dozens of fellow sailors were killed when the USS Utah sank on Dec. 7, 1941, a Navy &hellip Continue reading »

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Amazing escape by single British submariner 171ft up verified by sub’s discovery

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-15959067 He dragged any stokers who showed signs of life towards the escape hatch and fitted them and himself with Davis Submarine Escape Apparatus, a rubber lung with an oxygen bottle, mouthpiece and goggles. Seventy years ago, off the Greek island of Kefalonia, the British submarine HMS Perseus hit an Italian mine, sparking one of &hellip Continue reading »

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Octopus takes casual stroll on land, looks for snack, returns to pond.

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/video-octopus-crawls-water-walks-dry-land-150510810.html Think octopuses can’t walk? Think again. Check out the video! If you’re curious to learn more about the sea creature’s possible motivation, there has been some great research on the understanding of octopus intelligence recently, including this surprisingly moving article in Orion magazine, chronicling a researchers bond with a giant Pacific octopus named Athena. &hellip Continue reading »

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