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"The sea is as near as we come to another world"

                                                                                                                                     Anne Stevenson



For thousands of years, the need to explore the sea was limited to our ability to observe from the surface or by walking along the shoreline. The inquisitiveness of what lay beneath has captivated us ever since.

Early on, daring divers began their journey into the abyss by simply holding their breath, then to helmet diving, and eventually the use of scuba. Even today, technology is constantly changing the way we explore the undersea world.

This site will share with you the many treasures of the sea and its surroundings. Take a video tour of shipwrecks from around the world that repose on the ocean floor and learn the tragic and often violent story behind their sinking.

Behold the beauty of the many species of marine life that roam the ocean that make these huge relics their home.

Included are image galleries of marine subjects from above, beneath and near the sea, and many subjects that lay in between our oceans.

Enjoy the journey.

Gary Szabo









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