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Deep wreck mysteries

Discussion in 'General Scuba Diving' started by JohnL, Mar 20, 2018.

  1. JohnL

    JohnL Well-Known Member

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    Just happened upon this program on Yesterday - team investigating to WWI wrecks at 60 and 90m. Good video of rebreather diving and working out how and what sank them.
     
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    jps Active Member
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    Yep seen all episodes...... excellent program.

    Shame there not still being made.
     
  3. Leeb2018

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    What was this programme called? Was it wreck dectectives?
     
  4. jps

    jps Active Member
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    Deep Wreck mysteries and wreck detectives are two different shows....
     
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    jps Active Member
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    cool I will have a look at that one
     
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    jps Active Member
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    There's about 12 episodes. Very interesting stuff.
     
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    That was interesting. I'll have to keep an eye out for the rest. Thanks for posting.
     
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