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Stock Guru Featured Client: Deep Blue Marine, Inc. (DPBE.PK)

Sunday, May 18th, 2008

Deep Blue Marine, Inc. (DPBE.PK) specializes in underwater research. The company’s emphasis is on the exploration and recovery of treasures as well as artifacts from shipwrecks around the world. Deep Blue Marine obtains revenues not only from the sale of found treasures such as silver and gold, but through the exhibitions of their found artifacts at shows and through the intellectual property rights from the sale and licensing of media rights from their videos of salvage operations.

Founded in 2005 and still in its developments stage, Deep Blue has in place key materials for their success. The Company has a well-experienced management team and a highly knowledgeable team of researchers, salvage consultants and businessmen. In order to determine the exact locations of wrecks, Deep Blue uses only the latest technology and equipment available. The use of these cutting edge technologies makes each salvage exploration more efficient in time, reduces environmental impacts, and allows for the preservation of the artifacts discovered.

There are an estimated three million undiscovered shipwrecks worldwide, according to UNESCO. Approximately, 65,000 of these undiscovered shipwrecks are off the North American coast and are thought to have been underwater since approximately 1500.

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Deep Blue Marine, Inc (DPBM.PK) Welcomes ABC News “Good Morning America”

Monday, February 4th, 2008

Deep Blue Marine Inc. (DPBM.PK) announced that the company will be working with ABC News’ weekend edition of “Good Morning America” for two days next week. Deep Blue is to aid Good Morning America by providing footage of underwater treasure hunting for an upcoming “X Marks the Spot” segment. The footage will be used by ABC as part of their archives and will be owned by ABC News.

The ABC news Good Morning America Weekend crew, headed by weekend anchorman Bill Weir, will join with the Deep Blue Crew on the Cap’n Tracy for an excursion to their Key West sit. The company’s previously announced departure date of February 1st to the Dominican Republic will be delayed until after this project is completed.

Deep Blue Marine is a company that brings together rapidly developing technology and a wealth of experience in both recovery and business ventures. The Company works on only thoroughly researched and permitted (where applicable) shipwrecks in a responsible manner that addresses environmental concerns while preserving priceless marine antiquities.

The crews of Deep Blue Marine are highly qualified and have extensive backgrounds. Their areas of experience and expertise include research, salvage operations, marine survey, production of documentaries, all phases of diving, management and marketing of artifacts, and liaison with collectors and auction houses.

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Beacon Equity Research Featured Company: Deep Blue Marine, Inc. (DPBM.PK)

Friday, January 18th, 2008

Deep Blue Marine, Inc. (DPBM.PK) specializes in underwater research. The company’s emphasis is on the exploration and recovery of treasures as well as artifacts from shipwrecks around the world. Deep Blue Marine obtains revenues not only from the sale of found treasures such as silver and gold, but through the exhibitions of their found artifacts at shows and through the intellectual property rights from the sale and licensing of media rights from their videos of salvage operations.

Founded in 2005 and still in its developments stage, Deep Blue has in place key materials for their success. The Company has a well-experienced management team and a highly knowledgeable team of researchers, salvage consultants and businessmen. In order to determine the exact locations of wrecks, Deep Blue uses only the latest technology and equipment available. The use of these cutting edge technologies makes each salvage exploration more efficient in time, reduces environmental impacts, and allows for the preservation of the artifacts discovered.

There are an estimated three million undiscovered shipwrecks worldwide, according to UNESCO. Approximately, 65,000 of these undiscovered shipwrecks are off the North American coast and are thought to have been underwater since approximately 1500.

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New Research Issued on Deep Blue Marine, Inc. (DPBM.PK) By Beacon Equity Research

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

Deep Blue Marine is a company focused on deep water research, exploration and recovery of treasures, including artifacts, from shipwrecks all around the world. The company’s business plan consists of researching, project development, locating, recovering and marketing the treasures found.

Since Beacon Equity Research covered the company in October of this year, the company has made significant strides in implementing its business plan. The latest developments are a testament of Deep Blue’s success as it builds a multi-faceted business that generates revenues from multiple avenues.

The rising gold prices have increased the value of coins and other treasures. The weakness of the U.S. dollar, significant increases in oil prices, concern of inflation, and terrorist activity have been key causes of the recent increase. Several experts are expecting gold prices to exceed $850 per ounce by the end of this year.

In the initial research firm’s report, Analyst Victor Sula, PhD stated, “The Company has already made a significant discovery at Terry’s Site, is exploring another promising site and is researching several additional locations. In addition, the visibility it will gain through a reality TV series documenting the Company’s research and exploration activities, should help DPBM attract financial partners. As a result, we are initiating coverage of DPBM with a Speculative Buy rating and a $0.06 price target.”

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Deep Blue Marine (DPBM.PK) Strikes Porcelain!

Monday, June 11th, 2007

Shares for shipwreck recovery specialist firm Deep Blue Marine (Pink Sheets: DPBM) rose just over 12 percent today in response to the news that the company has located several ceramic bowls, possibly of oriental design, at a deep water site in the Florida Keys.”We found them last week,” Wilf Blum, president and CEO of Deep Blue Marine said in an interview. “These are porcelain bowls – they look like Ming dynasty porcelain – and there are shards and some intact bowls in the area. Now these [examples of] porcelain aren’t very common in the Keys, but aren’t totally unknown of in the Keys.”

At this time, Blum’s company doesn’t know what type of ship they’ve found, only that there’s a mix of potteries and artifacts at the site that could span a period of several decades.

“It’s not all Chinese porcelain, and it’s not all Spanish,” Blum told Market News First. “We’re doing research right now to see what privateers had sunk in this area.”

“We have no idea of the identity of this boat yet,” Blum added.

Deep Blue Marine is just one of many new companies looking to make a name for itself in the professional salvage industry. As such, they specialize in the commercial salvage of historic shipwrecks using some of the world’s best researchers, state-of-the-art technology, and an extensively experienced and expert crew. Equally interested in historical preservation as in treasure-hunting, the crew at Deep Blue Marine faithfully videotapes all their work, and ensures that all recovery efforts fall well within the environmental and archeological interests of the industry.

Although Deep Blue Marine discovered the wreck, they’re still waiting for permission for recovery.

“We do not have permission to pull [the wreck] up,” Blum said. “[But] we will have permission to pull them up next week. This is a typical debris field in the wreck. The beauty of the thing is that they’re in 200 feet of water so there’s no coral and there’s very little overburden — we just have to dust [the artifacts] off.

“These things are incredible,” Blum added.

Deep Blue Marine – Returns Artifacts from Recent Dive

Friday, May 18th, 2007
Deep Blue Marine – Returns Artifacts from Ancient Sailing Ship on Recent Dive!

Deep Blue Marine Inc. is returning artifacts from their permitted site of the coast of Florida. Here are the images of the divers as they approached the worm crust known as the Toredo crust which covers the sailing ships together with some of the first artifacts from the dive site!

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Contact: Deep Blue Marine Inc.
696 W. 1st Ave. Suite #1
Midvale, UT 84047
Phone (801) 201-4691
Fax: (801) 568-1877
Email: wilf@alldeepblue.com

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