SOURCE: Brownie's Marine Group, Inc.

July 09, 2008 09:00 ET

Brownie Completes Shadow Project

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL--(Marketwire - July 9, 2008) - Brownie's Marine Group, Inc. (OTCBB: BWMG) completes second contract for the design, build and installation of an extensive diving system with Nitrox Makers™ and a complete dive locker with Shadow Marine. The project for this 170-foot specialty vessel is designed to support any size traditional luxury yacht with diving, refueling, helicopter landing, security, additional provisions, crew, and large tender services. The dive system, a key component and driving factor for the project, will be capable of air and Nitrox production and storage, and is designed to be upgradeable to Trimix in the future.

A chilled water fill station designed to fill ten (10) SCUBA cylinders simultaneously coupled with a series of high pressure storage bottles make this system capable of efficiently supporting 12 divers up to four dives a day. The inclusion of two high-pressure compressors, a 24/7/365-day continuous duty Rotary Screw Drive Compressor and two Nitrox Makers™ give this vessel "dive resort" gas production capability.

Shadow Marine specializes in yachts intended to house and deploy a myriad of vehicles and toys including helicopters, diving systems, submarines and more. In addition to full diving capabilities, this Shadow Marine project represents a unique and versatile yacht offering a cruising range over 12,000 nautical miles. Its 170-foot length and 38-foot beam make this boat ideal for a wide variety of activities and accessories, including Brownie's full compliment of diving solutions.

Brownie's designs, builds and installs diving solutions from floating recreational hookah diving systems to a full-line of state-of-the-art air compressors, submarine support, and mixed-gas blending stations. For more information on Brownie's Marine Group, Inc., please visit us online at http://www.browniesmarinegroup.com/

Brownie's Marine Group, Inc. Stock Symbol: (OTCBB: BWMG).

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