Yearly Archives: 2015

Underwater Research Center of RGO on festival in Moscow

From 30th October to 8th November 2015 The Moscow Center Artist House has hosted the II Annual Festival of Russian Geographical Society. This important event plays a huge role in the modern life of Russian Capital, and it is specifically dated for the scholar holidays. Therefore it opens an opportunity to view the unique stands...
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Final stage of Expedition 2015 “The mystery of Britannic” – HMS Russell, HMY Aegusa, HMS Nasturtium & others

Maltese expedition stage is the third and the last part of the U-Boat’s annual expedition of 2015. The main works have been already performed, local wrecks has been investigated and researched, documentary materials collected and all necessary historical data received. The fact that some of the wrecks located close to the entrance into...

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Second phase of expedition, exploration in the Strait of Messina. A new wreck needs identification!

On August 7, 2015, U-Boat Navigator has started the second stage of its expedition; exploration objects are located in Italy. As soon as all work in Greece has been successfully completed, the vessel arrived to Messina. This part of the expedition is being organized according to the Agreement of cooperation with the University...

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Interview with David Concannon

David Concannon, Vice President for Flag & Honors of The Explorers Club, visited the board of U-Boat Navigator in June 2015, with the group of technical divers from the US and Italy, in order to dive and explore the famous wreck of HMHS Britannic. The group of scientists consisting of Richie Kohler, Michael Barnette, Evan...
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Working at HMS Perseus – Short Report

HMS Perseus, 79 metres long, 8.5 metres beam and 4.17 metres draught submarine was laid down on 2 July 1928. She had a displacement of 1,475 long tons surfaced, and 2,040 long tons submerged. Fitted with four-stroke blast injection eight-cylinder diesels, accommodated in the larger engine room and designed to develop a total of 4640...
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