Deep Blue Marine Purchases Ship

Wednesday, April 07, 2010
Photo courtesy Deep Blue Marine, Inc.

Deep Blue Marine, Inc. announced that the company has purchased a second 88 ton vessel which management plans to relocate to the Caribbean. The ship is the 77-ft sister ship of the Cap'n Tracy. The company will begin retrofit next week to prepare the ship for recovery work. The purchase is made in the effort to keep up with the demands set upon the company as operations expand.

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