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Italy 2018: the wreck of U-455. Video report.

U-455 at this point in time remains the only German U-Boat wreck in the Mediterranean. The wreck is located at the depth of 120 meters in the proximity of Portofino, Genoa. The submarine was lost with all hands. In September 2018 U-Boat Malta got a chance to dive to the wreck of this mysteriously lost vessel. Read More

Project “The Mystery of Britannic” – New trailer

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Another great trailer of the Mystery of Britannic was recently released by U-Film. The trailer features our underwater footage from the depths of Aegean and Mediterranean Seas, captured by the Triton 3300/3 and Triton 3300/1 MD.  Kick back and enjoy![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

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Launching the Tritons. Timelapse

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.

BBC aboard U-Boat Navigator

The representatives of the BBC radio and BBC News have visited U-Boat’s expedition to Britannic 2016 in Greece.

Our pilot Dmitry Tomashov submerged in Triton 3300/3 to show the reporters around one of our favorite wrecks. Navigator’s crew and the technical divers team shared some of their experience, knowledge with the journalists and gave a brief introduction to the diving process.

Expedition to Britannic is at a full swing now, with more details to follow.

MV KING EDWIN WRECK – VIDEO

Conducting our underwater research within the Maltese waters for our latest project “The mystery of Britannic”, we stumbled upon a wreck we’ve never seen before. Taking the chance, we explored the ship and took some footage of it.

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