SOURCE: Deep Blue Marine, Inc.

Deep Blue Marine, Inc.

February 09, 2010 14:39 ET

Deep Blue Marine, Inc. Announces Marine Archaeological Museum Construction Commences

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwire - February 9, 2010) - Deep Blue Marine, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: DPBE) is pleased to announce that contracts have been signed, leases agreed upon and construction has commenced on a museum for marine archaeology in Samana, Dominican Republic. The museum will house many artifacts from the current project, Le Scipion, as well as many artifacts on a rotating loan basis from the Oficina Nacional de Patriminio Subacuatico in Santo Domingo. The building also houses a store for souvenirs and a small conservatory where patrons can observe conservation of priceless artifacts in person. It is expected the museum will have a Grand Opening in approximately 2 months.

Randy Champion, Vice President of Deep Blue Marine, who is currently in Samana overseeing the project, said, "It is exciting to see something we have talked about for over 2 years coming to fruition. The location is great -- right along the main road -- so the museum will be very visible to travelers and locals alike. Excitement is high amongst the people here; there was even a news story on the local television station here in Samana yesterday. I have met with the former governor who is now the Director of Tourism for the State and she is very excited to have the museum here. We are also very appreciative of our local contractor and the crew he has assembled as the quality of work is excellent."

With over 250,000 visitors visiting Samana yearly from North America and Europe it is anticipated that the museum will become a focal point for travel in the area.

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