On the early morning of the October 2nd the research vessel «U-Boat Navigator» left Maltese waters and started her trip towards Sicily Island for our next expedition….
For the past three months our research vessel U Boat Navigator with the crew aboard, pretty much every day was working on the underwater objects in the Maltese waters. The team has been filming various wrecks for several documentary projects. Having terabytes of footage the team temporarily finished working in Malta and headed...
The busy year 2016 has gone by and it is past time we shared some plans for 2017. New year, new start, new plans. Below we list our aimed international expeditions and projects, planned for the year 2017 in collaboration with the Underwater Research Center of Russian Geographical Society.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]
HMS Olympus (N 35)Odin-class British...
As we promised in our previous report we are going to share some photos from the beautiful island of Capri
Past weekend our research vessel U-Boat Navigator embarked on its next adventure. This time, the team will be working in the proximity of some of the most beautiful areas of Italy – Capri, an island in the south part of Gulf of Naples.
Recently we’ve been working on the finishing touches on the canvas of the “The mystery of Britannic” project. As we’ve mentioned before, research vessel U-Boat Navigator with her crew embarked on another month-long expedition to the Kea Channel, the place where the “Britannic”, a hospital ship of his Majesty met her destiny in 1916. For one month the crew and a team of professional divers were engaged in this extremely engrossing project. Both, Triton 3300/3 and Triton 3300/1 MD were highly involved in the process of filming the conclusive shots.
Here’s another fantastic video made by the BBC reporters Paul Francis and Andrew Bomford, aboard U-Boat Navidator in Greece in June 2016.
Here you can watch the teamwork of our crew while launching the subs. It’s not an easy job – on some days the crew even has to do it several times a day. To ensure the safety of the subs and pilots every step is controlled by the members of the crew. It takes a while to build a great team and we were very lucky to have built it by now aboard our research vessel U-Boat Navigator.
U-Boat Navigator has returned to its port in Malta and we are going to share some photos from the concluding part of our Expedition to Britannic 2016.