Battle of the Atlantic Exploration Continues Despite Challenging Weather

The exploration and documentation of shipwrecks located roughly 35 miles off the coast of North Carolina, collectively known as the "Battle of the Atlantic" continues through September 5th despit

Documenting and Exploring a Piece of WWII History Requires Technology Fit for Outer Space

The submersibles, Nemo and Nomad aboard the Baseline Explorer, have been outfitted with high-tech gear for our collaboration with the National Ocean Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), just one component of the diving assets being used for a mission off the coast of North Carolina. The technology is similar to what would be installed on a space vehicle for a mission to explore another planet. But, our destination isn’t some far away world, instead we are going down ~700 feet below the surface of our own planet to visit two World War II shipwrecks from the Battle of the Atlantic. The mission is to document and recreate the shipwrecks that haven’t been seen by humans since they sunk, a distant 74 years ago. 
 

Project Baseline Provides Diving Resources to NOAA, First Look at Ships lost in WWII Battle

(Ocracoke, North Carolina - August 19, 2016) Project Baseline, a global conservation nonprofit, and its corporate sponsor
Project Baseline has been at the forefront of increasing awareness of Florida reef decline as well as monitoring the health index for nearly 70 marine and freshwater environments world-wide since 2009. Watch as Project Baseline takes CNN underwater for special media coverage on Florida reefs - http://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2016/06/26/florida-dying-reefs-sanchez-nd.cnn