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Big Artifact Recovery News

Discussion in 'North Carolina' started by obxdivemaster, Apr 16, 2004.

  1. obxdivemaster

    obxdivemaster Angel Fish

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: Hatteras, NC
    Since I got up at 5 am and just now showered, not to mention 3 130' dives in between, I'll be brief.

    Today, a crew of divers aboard the Bayou Runner recovered a rather large bell from the wreck of the Proteus . Let you know more later.
  2. Scubakevdm

    Scubakevdm ScubaBoard Sponsor ScubaBoard Sponsor

    What do you need to shower for? You done took three baths!
  3. Lead_carrier

    Lead_carrier Instructor, Scuba

    Glad to hear the you got it. Wish we could have been there for it. Have Amy email us a picture.
  4. njrecoverydiver

    njrecoverydiver Angel Fish

    I will be with a group of divers heading down from NJ to Hatteras and Diving with Johnny on the Bayou Runner next weekend. We are all looking forward to it. I was wondering what the water temps have been like down there? We are looking to dive the Proteus plus a few other sites.

    Can't be any colder then diving here off of NJ Im sure! Thanks
  5. hex92

    hex92 Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Virginia
    I saw a dive report from last weekend that said the water temperature on the Proteus was 68 F. And I thought I was going to be able to wear my drysuit.

    Looks like I'm wet this weekend.
  6. O-ring

    O-ring Solo Diver

    I was on the Proteus last weekend and can confirm - water temp is about 68 at depth.

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