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Scuba Diving to the Titanic!

A Project Supported by Deep Ocean Search Ltd Kevin James  is a friend of one of DOS’s management and is a diving instructor living in the Bahamas. Like most of DOS’s personnel who are divers, Kevin knows that being underwater in a attractive environment can be a very relaxing experience. As he is ex UK military,…

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Weddell Sea Expedition Deep Ocean Search Limited

WSE 2019: end of search for Endurance

The end of search for Endurance has been announced on Weddell Sea Expedition Website. Abstract: “Following pioneering Antarctic scientific research, Expedition reaches wreck site, but deteriorating weather and ice conditions force searchers to abandon quest for now The Weddell Sea Expedition, which conducted a highly successful multi-disciplinary scientific research programme in Antarctica, has been forced…

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San JuanShipwrecks

DOS support Ocean Infinity in search for ARA San Juan

DOS is working with Ocean Infinity on the seabed search for the lost submarine ARA San Juan (S-42) which disappeared off the East coast of Argentina. ARA San Juan (S-42) is a TR-1700-class diesel-electric submarine which has been in service with the Argentine Navy since 19 November 1985. In early November 2017, she was part of a navy exercise…

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AircraftsMH370

End of search for missing flight MH370

On the 29/05/2018, Ocean Infinity officialy announced the end of search operations for the missing flight MH370. During this mission, 112,000 km2 of seabed imagery was collected by Ocean Infinity’s AUV fleet, then carefully processed and analysed by Deep Ocean Search specialists over 3 months of operational days onboard R/V Seabed Constructor. DOS provided a…

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OrcadesShipwrecks

DOS releases archive footage of R.M.S. Orcades

DOS release footage of the British ocean liner R.M.S Orcades RMS Orcades, 23, 456 tons, was an ocean liner and a cruise ship belonging to the Orient Line. She was on a voyage from Capetown to Liverpool, unescorted, in October 1942. She carried 741 passengers, 290 crew, 36 gunners, transporting 3000 tons of mixed cargo and…

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AircraftsMH370

DOS brings their expertise to the search for MH370

DOS is working with Ocean Infinity on the seabed search for the lost flight MH370 Boeing 777 aircraft which disappeared off the West coast of Australia. DOS provides a number of their key personnel to this operation including an offshore manager (Client Representative), a senior sonar analyst (Target Master) and 4 surveyors. DOS personnel have…

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AircraftsMH370MS804

DOS supplies MS804 data to assist MH370 search

DOS have supplied ATSB with MS804 example-data to assist MH370 search With the agreement of the Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority and the French Safety Investigation Authority (BEA), DOS have supplied the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) with side scan sonar data of the MS804 crash site in order to assist with the on-going MH370 search.

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Fleet

Departure of R.V. John Lethbridge

DOS announces the departure of Research Vessel John Lethbridge It is with regret that DOS announces the departure of our vessel John Lethbridge which has been the home for our survey and marine teams for the last 6 years. She has taken us safely and without breakdown across the Atlantic several times and has ranged…

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AircraftsMS804

MS804 press release #2

Egyptair flight MS804 – Press Release #2 Following the announcement by Egyptian Ministry of Civil Aviation and French BEA, DOS ltd confirms the recovery of both MS804’s black boxes: the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) on the 16th of June 2016 and the Flight Data Recorder on the 17th of June 2016. At this moment, DOS…

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AircraftsMS804

MS804 press release #1

Flight Egyptair MS804 – Press Release #1 Thank you for your interest for DOS ltd. Following the announcement by Egyptian Ministry of Civil Aviation and French BEA, DOS ltd confirms the discovery of Flight MS804 wreckage site(s). At the moment, DOS ltd is not authorized to supply any pictures, videos, chart and/or positions linked with…

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AircraftsMH370

MH370 & DOS Limited FAQ

MH370 – frequently asked questions about DOS MH370 could potentially be in a water depth of 6000 meters. Does DOS have full ocean depth capability? Our deep tow side scan sonar Mak-ix and our ROV Comanche are both rated to 6,000m. Both assets have worked continuously for extended periods at depths down to 5,900m. What…

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City Of CairoShipwrecks

DOS world record announced by Guinness

Deepest salvage of cargo from a shipwreck! DOS world record for the deepest salvage of cargo from a shipwreck has been published on Guinness website. Abstract: The British passenger steamship SS City of Cairo was torpedoed on 6 November 1942 by a German submarine and sank with the loss of 104 lives. In April 2015, it was…

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DOS salvages the S.S. City Of Cairo

Wreck S.S. City Of Cairo – World record salvage at 5150m! Under contract to the UK Ministry of Transport, DOS recovered close to a hundred tons of silver coins from steam ship City Of Cairo laying at a depth of 5150m – a world depth record. The SS City of Cairo (Captain William Rogerson) was…

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DOS finds the wreck R.M.S. Orcades

DOS announce finding the British liner R.M.S. Orcades The Malaysian Government recently announced that Deep Ocean Search Limited (DOS) and Ixblue were to be awarded a search contract for MH370 to deploy DOS’s survey vessel John Lethbridge and its comprehensive ultra deep water assets and experienced personnel. DOS’s team have unique experience of the work…

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DOS finds the S.S. City Of Cairo

DOS announces finding the steam ship City Of Cairo. The SS City of Cairo (Captain William Rogerson) was a mixed cargo and passenger ship belonging to Ellerman Lines and was on a voyage from Bombay to England, via Cape Town and Recife, Brazil, unescorted, in late 1942. She carried 296 souls of which 136 were…

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