Expedition Hamilton

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In the early hours of 26th of June 2011 a team of divers including Team Blue Immersions Jonas Samuelsson and Aron Arngrimsson left Reykjavik, Iceland for the Alexander Hamilton a US Coast Guard Cutter that was sank by a German U-boot in January 1942. Lying at 30 miles out and at 100 meters depth.

This was the first dive team ever to dive this wreck. August 2013 the Team is back to the Hamilton to lay a memorial plaque with support of the families in honour of the men who are still patrol.

Here is a Trailer that shows their journey, the full documentary will be shown at DEMA

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