Deep Sea Detectives

Deep Sea Detectives is a television show about a brave group of ocean "archeologists" who try to salvage different nautical vessels that have sunk into the ocean over the years. The series focuses on the modern efforts that professional "sea detectives" have applied in order to salvage these ships from under the sea. Vessels that have been featured on the show include U-Boats in the Gulf of Mexico, a 19th century drug runner in a California cove, World War I & 2 warships, fishing boats and US Destroyers.

Tuesdays at 8:00 pm on History Channel
4 Seasons, 67 Episodes
April 1, 2003
Reality, Documentary & Biography
7.7/10
Cast: John Chatterton, Richard Kohler, Michael Norwood
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Deep Sea Detectives
Episodes

Deep Sea Detectives Full Episode Guide

  • Exploring wreckage of the SS Flying Enterprise, which sank during a storm on the Atlantic in 1951 while sailing from Germany to America.

  • Exploring the wreckage of Coast Guard cutters Bedloe and Jackson, which sank in a storm in 1944 off the coast of North Carolina's Outer Banks.

  • Exploring the wreckage of Napoleon's flagship L'Orient, which sank in Aboukir Bay, Egypt, in 1798, during the Battle of the Nile. Also: mysteries surrounding gold and silver that the ship was carrying.

  • Exploring the wreckage of the schooner Cornelia B. Windiate, which sank in Lake Huron in 1875.

  • Exploration of wreckage presumed to be Blackbeard's ship, Queen Anne's Revenge, in Beaufort Inlet in North Carolina.

  • Exploring the wreckage of the Duke of Buccleuch, an iron steamer that sank in the English Channel in 1889 when it collided with the wooden ship Vandalia.

  • Exploring the wreckage of the car ferry SS Milwaukee, which sank on Oct. 22, 1929, in Lake Michigan during a heavy storm.

  • An expedition in search of stone ruins from the Lighthouse of Alexandria, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, which fell after an earthquake in the 14th century.

  • Exploring the wreckage of the USS Tecumseh, which sank in 1864 during the Battle of Mobile Bay.

  • Exploring the wreckage of the USS Perry, which sank in 1944 in the Palau Archipelago after hitting an underwater mine. The Perry was attempting to clear mines for an Allied invasion of the Japanese-held Palau Islands.

  • The wreckage of the Rhein, a German freighter scuttled in 1941 by her own crew off the coast of Florida, is explored.

  • Wreckage of a U-boat sunk in the Moray Firth, Scotland, in 1945, is explored. The vessel has been unidentified for years, and the divers hope to solve the mystery.

  • Exploring underwater caves in the islands of the Greater Antilles once inhabited by the TaĆ­no people.

  • A visit to the Nan Madol site of Pohnpei in Micronesia to explore the underwater surfaces of structures built by prehistoric Micronesians. Included: a look at mysteries regarding supposed secret tunnels and hidden treasures.

  • Exploring the wreckage of the USS Susan B. Anthony, which was sunk on June 7, 1944, off the coast of Normandy when it struck a German mine.

  • Exploring the wreckage of more than 50 German ships sunk on June 21, 1919, in England's Scapa Flow.

  • Examining mysteries surrounding the sinkings of three boats off the Eastern seaboard in 1999: the Beth Dee Bob, Cape Fear and Adriatic.

  • Wreckage of the USS Meredith, sunk off the coast of Normandy in 1944, is explored.

  • The Submarine USS O-9, which was lost in 1941 off the coast of new Hampshire, is explored.

  • The legendary Loch Ness monster is the subject. Included: a dive into the Scottish lake.

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