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Divers Institute of Technology Blog 2014

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Commercial Divers Might Help Clear Path for Bertha

Bertha, the giant digging machine that’s tunneling under Seattle, has been stopped in its tracks by an unknown obstruction. Learn how professional divers might help identify and remove the blockage in our latest blog!

Superstorm Christine Reveals Century-Old Sunbeam Shipwreck in Ireland

Superstorm Christine revealed an unexpected shipwreck! Read more about the Sunbeam Shipwreck on our blog.

Commercial Divers Help Remove Shipwrecks from Protected Coral Reef

A team of commercial divers used exothermic torches, burning rods, underwater chainsaws and jackhammers to cut up and remove three shipwrecks from pristine coral reefs in the North Pacific. Learn more about this $5.5 million salvage project in our latest blog!

Amazing Exosuit Could Help with Deep Sea Work

This awesome dive suit lets divers work at surface pressure at depths up to 1,000 feet, features thrusters in the feet, and offers unprecedented flexibility. Learn more about the Exosuit in our latest blog.

Underwater Park in Mexico to Feature Sunken Battleship

Underwater Park in Mexico to Feature Sunken Battleship In Mexico, plans are underway to open an underwater park off the coast of Baja California to attract divers from around the world, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune .

Spectacular Underwater City in China Draws Adventurous Divers

Look out, Atlantis! China has its own underwater city. The sunken city of Shi Cheng is fascinating divers from around the world. Learn more in our latest blog.

U.S. Navy to Help with South Korean Ferry Salvage

The USNS Safeguard was sent to help with the salvage of the South Korean ferry that capsized last week. Learn more about how military and civilian divers are helping with the recovery efforts in our latest blog!

$1.3M in Gold Recovered from SS Central America Shipwreck

Nearly 1,000 ounces of gold was recently recovered from the shipwreck of the SS Central America, which sunk in 1857 while bearing 21 tons of gold. Learn more about the archaeological excavation of this historic shipwreck in our new blog post!

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