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Nauticos News Night 07 — Cups

It’s News Night on Mermaid Vigilance! Sue Morris describes the process of making souvenir compressed styrofoam cups on REMUS as Nauticos and the Eustace Earhart Discovery Expedition team search the Central Pacific for Amelia Earhart’s lost Lockheed Electra.

Nauticos News Night 2 — BBQ

It’s News Night on Mermaid Vigilance! Nauticos hosts a BBQ and interviews team members as the Eustace Earhart Discovery Expedition team heads south west towards the Central Pacific.

Nauticos News Night — 1

It’s News Night on Mermaid Vigilance! At -sea correspondent Marika Lorraine reporting as the Eustace Earhart Discovery Expedition heads south west towards the Central Pacific.

Eustace Earhart Discovery Expedition

Nauticos Embarks on the Eustace Earhart Discovery Expedition

Eustace Earhart Discovery ExpeditionA group of ocean explorers has gotten underway on an expedition to the equatorial Pacific Ocean.  We intend to search a wide area of ocean floor which may be the resting place of the Amelia Earhart aircraft.  This discovery would end one of the world’s greatest mysteries and locate a priceless piece of aviation history.

The group is named the Eustace Earhart Discovery Expedition, and is led by stratospheric explorer Alan Eustace.  Expedition management is provided by Nauticos LLC.  The oceanographic systems laboratory from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, is using the REMUS 6000 autonomous underwater vehicle for the search.  The not for profit SeaWord Foundation, is providing educational opportunities and outreach programs.

Research Vessel R/V Mermaid Vigilance
Research Vessel R/V Mermaid Vigilance

In addition to the advanced technology that we’ll be using in the search, Nauticos will be extending itself to schools, youth groups and aviation and ocean enthusiasts around the world who want to share in the discovery experience.  I would like to invite you to follow the expedition as well.  We will be contributing  news, photos and videos to the Expedition Portal, where you can also sign up for future email updates.

ExpeditionPortal.Nauticos.com

This portal will be updated frequently and will be the best way to keep abreast of the progress of the expedition.  You are welcome to check it often.  You are also welcome to share this with anyone you know who might like to follow us.

We left Honolulu February 18 and expect to be at sea for 30-45 days.  I hope you enjoy sailing with us.

–Dave & the Nauticos team