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They set off for the "Eagle"! The first expedition of 2019 has begun!

Surprising news has been released by the team of the SANTI Finding the Eagle project. Yesterday evening (18 March) the public was informed via social media about the start of another expedition! All because of the cooperation with the Sea War Museum Jutland, whose employees are searching the area in the orbit of interest of
Published: March 19, 2019 - 11:23
Updated: July 22, 2023 - 17:58
They set off for the “Eagle”! The first expedition of 2019 has begun!

Surprising news has been released by the team of the SANTI Finding the Eagle project. Yesterday evening (18 March) the public was informed via social media about the start of another expedition! All because of the cooperation with the Sea War Museum Jutland, whose employees are searching the area in the orbit of interest of Polish researchers.

Last year the searchers associated under the aegis of the SANTI Find the Eagle project made the acquaintance of Gert Normann representing the Sea War Museum Jutland. When it turned out that their areas of interest overlapped, the Danes declared their willingness to set out together during the next expedition organized by them. As a result, the Danish-Polish crew set off from the port of Thyboron, on board the research vessel M/S “Vina”.

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[blockquote style=”2″]The ship is really impressive, we have all the hydrographic equipment necessary to identify wrecks and the size of the ship gives us a chance to work even in high tide. We have 5 days of search ahead of us. The Danes have the positions of 15 hundred wrecks of interest to us. And the targets of the search this year are 3 submarines: the Dutch “O13”, the British HMS “Thames” and our Polish ORP “Orzeł”,” writes Tomasz Stachura, head of the SANTI Odnaleźć Orła project[/blockquote].

You can follow the route of the search on a regular basis here.

The team

For more detailed information, please visit Sea War Museum Jutland and SANTI Finding the Eagle, as well as to follow us on social media Danish i Polish searchers.

Source: SANTI Finding the Eagle

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Tomasz Andrukajtis
Editor-in-chief of the DIVERS24 portal and magazine. Responsible for obtaining, translating and developing content. He also supervises all publications. Achived his first diving certification – P1 CMAS, in 2000. Has a degree in journalism and social communication. In the diving industry since 2008.
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