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Deep Blue Marine Requests Recovery Permit

August 30, 2010

Deep Blue Marine, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: DPBE) announced that the company has requested a recovery permit as specified in its contract with the Government of the Dominican Republic. Working under the supervision of the Marina de Guerra Dominicana and an inspector from the Oficina Nacional de Patrimonio Cultural Subacuático, Deep Blue has signed an agreement to provide services in the area of survey, recovery and restoration of artifacts for an undisclosed permitted area on the north shore. The request was made as a result of major historical finds in the contract area.

The location of the find will not be released to the public at this time, but company vessels will be onsite as soon as permission for recovery is granted.

Deep Blue Marine, Inc. has been in the recovery business for several years and has recovered airplanes, modern sunken vessels, industrial equipment and historic shipwrecks. The company houses many of its artifacts in a company owned museum located in Samana, Dominican Republic and plans to open similar venues in that country in the near future.

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