SOURCE: Deep Blue Marine Inc.

June 11, 2007 10:30 ET

Deep Blue Marine Inc. Locates Several Artifacts in Deep Water Site

KEY WEST, FL--(Marketwire - June 11, 2007) - Deep Blue Marine Inc. (PINKSHEETS: DPBM) is pleased to announce divers have located several artifacts in a deep water site. The artifacts include, but are not limited to, what appears to be completely intact Chinese porcelain, pottery and other objects that may span an age of several decades. The objects are to be photographed, videoed and plotted on maps prior to recovery. The company is in the process of applying for permission to recover the objects and divers hope to be able to bring them to the surface in the very near future.

Randy Alwine and Liber Perez made the discovery in about 200 feet of water on a site referred to as the ledge. Capt. Billy Rawson has wanted to dive the area for sometime and had made it a primary target for his 2007 dive plan. Upon discovery of the artifacts, he had this to say, "With all the bad luck we have had with weather this season so far, it is nice to see our efforts starting to pay off. These artifacts are right where they should have been according to the research we have done and with improved weather we should have a great next few weeks."

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