SOURCE: Deep Blue Marine, Inc.

December 06, 2007 10:00 ET

Deep Blue Marine, Inc. Announces Purchase of New Boat for Exploration and Recovery of Artifacts

KEY WEST, FL--(Marketwire - December 6, 2007) - Deep Blue Marine, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: DPBM) is pleased to announce that as of December 6th, 2007 paperwork has been completed on the purchase of the "Miss Reba Grace," a 77 foot fishing trawler constructed in 1978. Deep Blue Marine will take possession of the boat in the next few days and move it to Key West, Florida, where outfitting will commence to prepare the boat for its first expedition. It is anticipated that the boat, renamed the "Cap'n Tracy," will be ready to head out on its first assignment in January, 2008.

Captain William Rawson states, "This is truly a monumental step forward for Deep Blue Marine. We now own a vessel that can go virtually in any seas and in any weather, short of a hurricane. It is a very secure vessel for the type of work we are doing and with the large work platform aft it will give us the space to comfortably work. The crew will be well taken care of with nice quarters, large galley and great facilities -- even a washer and dryer! Thanks Wilf for making me one happy cappy and thanks to all for making this a reality."

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