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  • Hawkes Ocean Technologies said that Dietrich Mateschitz, cofounder of the energy drink company Red Bull, ordered a DeepFlight Super Falcon submersible, a two–person winged submersible craft that will be delivered to Laucala Island Resort, on Mateschitz’ private island in Fiji. “We are delighted to be building a Super Falcon submersible for Mr. Mateschitz,” said Graham Hawkes, founder of Hawkes Ocean Technologies. “It’s very fitting that the co-founder of Red Bull, a company iconic with adventure, will now be connected to sub-sea flight.”
    “Positively buoyant with a fail-safe return to the surface; launchable from ship or shore; designed for comfort and 360 degree viewing from acrylic domes; and uniquely capable of sub-sea flight, Super Falcon is the culmination of all our work,” said Adam Wright, President, Hawkes Ocean Technologies.

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  • hemispheres coldest south of the Arctic Circle. It is this unique mix of proximity and Arctic-like conditions that make the province a natural cold ocean laboratory.  Centuries of answering the challenges of Arctic-type conditions have given rise to a powerful culture of innovation. Home to growing

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  • events, the USP of Oceanology International is that it brings together buyers from multiple industries and geographies, unified by their interest in ocean technologies. Although the events were created from a marine science perspective, they now derive attendance from up to 17 different ocean tech-buying industries

  • , Inc., recently announced that the company's subsidiary, Tracor Marine, has been awarded a $2.5-million contract to operate and maintain the U.S. Navy Ocean Construction Equipment Inventory (OCEI), under the direction of the Chesapeake Division of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command. Under the

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