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Adventurous kids first discover the shipwreck with a digital depth sounder, then the ROV goes down to see every little detail.
Thank you everyone who has joined us over the last 6 years for our shipwreck tours on Lake Champlain. Thanks to their success and our love of the technology - we are now using our experience and the VideoRay ROV along with the Tritech side scan sonar and the Blueview imaging sonar to find, remove and research marine debris along the New England coast with our newly launched Rozalia Project for a Clean Ocean and our mothership, American Promise.
Learn all about the Rozalia Project and American Promise on www.rozaliaproject.org or by finding us on Facebook - search Rozalia Project.
The old...The bow and achor of the canal schooner OJ Walker - only the start of the surprises this well-preserved wreck has in store.
The Remotely Operated Vehicle that will show you what is below the surface.
The Burlington Free Press featured the Ships & Shipwrecks Workshop in a great article by Candy Page. Click on the photo to see the article.
News flash: Lake Champlain Shipwrecks (Stormboarding's operating name for the shipwreck program) wins Best Mission Award from VideoRay for pioneering work as the first operation in North America and second worldwide to connect the general public to shipwrecks through ROV technology. See www.shipwrecktour.com for more info on the program and how to get out to experience this unique adventure.
For more information, to book a lesson or order gear, please call Stormboarding at 802.578.6120 or e-mail: [email protected]
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For those who love the oceans, check out the Rozalia Project for a Clean Ocean - we're picking up marine debris one piece of trash and plastic at a time. www.rozaliaproject.org