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The Dive Team has been working in approximately 120 feet of water and as the recovery field broadens more material is revealing itself. The technical dive training during the winter has really paid off, allowing the divers to spend 3 to 4 hours more a day underwater. To date a total of 390 silver coins, 23 gold coins, 5 gold pocket watches, and numerous other historical artifacts have been recovered. Both companies believe the face value for the coins found to date to be less than $300. It was estimated that passenger losses were near $150,000, when the Pulaski went down, meaning we have barely scratched the surface of valuable coins and artifacts yet to be recovered.
Blue Water Venture International (BWVI) in conjunction with Endurance Exploration Group (EXPL), is gearing up their summer dive season on the steamship Pulaski. The favorable weather conditions on site are now allowing the dive team longer stays on the Pulaski site. The Blue Water Rose dive team has gone through extensive training in Advanced Nitrox and Decompression Procedures and is now certified through Technical Diving International (TDI). TDI provides training in mixed gas diving and rebreathers. The results of the training have extended bottom times for our divers threefold and increased the percentage of shipwreck material and artifacts recovered by 50% in the last 2 visits to the site. To date, the team has recovered over 150 gold and silver coins, unique artifacts including an ornate gold necklace encrusted within shipwreck material.
Blue Water Ventures International (OTCPK: BWVI) and project partner Endurance Exploration Group (EXPL) have verified the identity of the Steamboat Pulaski. Several items recovered this past week contain the name “Pulaski” stamped on the artifacts, establishing the ship’s provenance. The Pulaski sank in 1838 off the coast of North Carolina. She is one of the more notable shipwrecks in the early history of the eastern seaboard of the United States. Recently, the Blue Water dive crew received training in advanced nitrox enriched diving. Now, with this training, divers can spend an hour working on the Pulaski site. A window of favorable weather opened last week, and the dive team was able to return to the site.
A joint venture that includes Endurance Exploration Group Inc. has begun to recover passenger valuables from the wreck site believed to be that of the American steamship Pulaski. The initial recoveries include a number of early American silver coins, all dated prior to the Pulaski’s sinking, Endurance said in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Endurance (EXPL), headquartered in Clearwater, is one of at least three shipwreck recovery firms based in the Tampa Bay area.
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