Treasure hunter to work the waters off East Coast resort
- On 14/07/2010
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From Dominican Today
The maritime salvage company Deep Blue Marine, Inc. announced today that under the auspices and existing contract that Puntacana foundation has with the Dominican Government’s Culture Ministry and working under the supervision of the Dominican Navy and an inspector from the Office of the Submerged Patrimony, Deep Blue signed a subcontract agreement to provide services in the area of survey and recovery of artifacts for an undisclosed permitted area.
The company- owned dive and recovery vessel "Kerri Lynn" will be on site within days to begin work. Management hopes the boat will be on site for approximately 20 days per month weather permitting.
Deep Blue Marine, Inc. has been in the recovery business now since January 2006 and has recovered airplanes, modern sunken vessels, industrial equipment and historic ship wrecks.
The company houses many of its artifacts in a company owned museum located in Samana, Dominican Republic and plans to open similar venues in the country in the near future.
This is the second contract of this type that the company has entered into. Deep Blue Marine, Inc. remains committed to recovery of historical artifacts and is pleased to be allowed to work in this area.