Eerie ‘yellow brick road’ to Atlantis discovered atop ancient undersea mountain

A team of marine biologists realized they definitely weren't in Kansas anymore after discovering what appeared to be a yellow brick road on top of an undersea mountain near Hawaii.
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Dead dolphins appeared on the Ukrainian Black Sea coast

During the Russian-Ukrainian war, dead dolphins appear in different places on the Black Sea coast, but it is very difficult to assess the full scale of the tragedy, because environmentalists cannot explore the entire coast due to hostilities. Examination of the dead...
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Ulstein Unveils Vision for Nuclear-Powered ‘Mobile Charging Station’ for Zero-Emission Expedition Cruise Ships

Ulstein has unveiled its vision for a nuclear-powered mobile charging station ship that the company says could have huge potential for the maritime industry and its ambition to decarbonize...
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This ship sank In 1915. Now search begins for shipwreck after 100 years

Cape Town: A South African icebreaker departed Saturday morning in search of Ernest Shackleton's ship Endurance, which sank off the coast of Antarctica in 1915 after being slowly crushed by pack ice.
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South Georgia: The museum at the end of the world reopens for business

On the icy, southern edge of the Atlantic Ocean, just above the Antarctic circle, is a British island, a ghost town, and a museum. The island is a tough place to work. The nearest airport is a ...
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New Year maiden cruise of Swan Hellenic’s SH Minerva launches new era

Friday the 31st of December 2021, Swan Hellenic announced that its new ship SH Minerva had left Ushuaia yesterday evening on her maiden cultural expedition cruise of the Antarctic, a 9-day New Year celebration of discovery. Cruising in the expert hands of industry veterans Captain Tuomo Leskinen and...
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Scientists watch giant ‘doomsday’ glacier in Antarctica with concern. Cracks and fissures stoke fears of breakup that could lead to half-metre rise in global sea levels – or more

Twenty years ago, an area of ice thought to weigh almost 500bn tonnes dramatically broke off the Antarctic continent and shattered into thousands of icebergs into the Weddell Sea.
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Dolphin Man: The Story of Jacques Mayol

Discover the story and legacy of Jacques Mayol, the legendary free-diver whose life became the inspiration for Luc Besson’s cult-movie The Big Blue. Dolphin Man draws us into the world of Jacques Mayol, capturing his compelling journey and immersing viewers into the sensory and transformative experience of free-diving.
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NEMO and ROAM SHADOW support vessel create unprecedented ‘combi deal’ package

Dutch submersible manufacturer, U-Boat Worx, and adventure vessel company, ROAM, have joined forces to offer an unrivalled combination deal that blows all other options out of the water.U-Boat Worx’s award-winning NEMO – the smallest and lightest submersible ever produced – is now available to buy as part of a combination package with 24 meter support vessel ROAM SHADOW.
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U-Boat Worx unveils new high-speed submersible – the Super Sub

U-Boat Worx, reveals the fastest addition yet to its already impressive fleet of models – the Super Sub. Distinguished by a long tail and advanced wing design, the Super Sub is the most hydrodynamic sub on the market. A best-in class propulsion system with four powerful thrusters delivers a total of 60 kW allowing for steep 30-degree climbs and dives.
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