SOURCE: Deep Blue Marine, Inc.

September 18, 2008 13:45 ET

Deep Blue Marine, Inc. Restricts Number of Investor Visits at Diving Site

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwire - September 18, 2008) - Deep Blue Marine Inc. (PINKSHEETS: DPBE) announced today that the company cut back on the number of guests allowed to visit Terry's site in the Atlantic Ocean.

In the past the company had as many as 4 guests per trip, but the company has determined that no more than 2 investors will be allowed per trip.

Wilf Blum, President and CEO, said, "We have always been excited to have investors on the boat with us and we continue to welcome our investors to the site, but with the turn of events and the increased company divers we need the room on board the 'Cap'n Tracy.' In the past investors who visited the site have paid their own airfare and hotels and have spent the days on board diving with us. That will not change, but as a result of recent work we have been doing, the government has requested that we host several dive teams from other Latin American countries and also some of the Navy Divers who have expressed an interest in our work and the project at hand. As a result of this we have decided to restrict the number of shareholders to only 2 per trip. This is a very exciting time for Deep Blue and we hope to share it with as many people as possible."

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