Articles Comments

Divetalking » Auction

Win an Authentic WWII Vintage Bronze Port Hole?

An authentic brass porthole from the Tuff-E-Nuff formerly known as Cunningham is being auctioned off. All proceeds go to fund an offshore expedition, search and recovery. To read more and enter, visit the TISIRI website. … Read entire article »

Filed under: Artificial Reefs, Auction, Boats, Conservation, Diver, Divetalking, Donation, Events, Featured, ocean

Titanic Items To Be Sold 100 Years After Sinking

By STEVE SZKOTAK RICHMOND, Va. — Items as small as a hairpin and as big as a chunk of the Titanic’s hull are among 5,000 artifacts from the world’s most famous shipwreck that are to be auctioned in April, close to the 100th anniversary of the disaster. Nearly a century after the April 15, 1912, sinking of the ocean liner that hit an iceberg in the North Atlantic, a New York City auction is being readied by Guernsey’s Auctioneers & Brokers. That auction house has garnered headlines in the past by selling off such historical curiosities as prized Beatles photos, famous jewels of the late Princess Diana, beloved Jerry Garcia guitars and a police motorcycle used in the Texas motorcade when John F. Kennedy was slain. But nothing as titanic as the so-called … Read entire article »

Filed under: Artificial Reefs, Auction, Events, Promotions, Reefs, Reference

Welcome to the Sea Save Foundation Holiday Auction!

Welcome to the Sea Save Foundation Holiday Auction! Bid on the Perfect Holiday Gift and Support Ocean Conservation in the Process The auction is open now and will run until 1 December The Sea Save Foundation Holiday Auction is now open! The proceeds will go to Sea Save Foundation in order to support ocean conservation. Auction items range from exotic diving vacation getaways, diving equipment and gear, underwater photography courses by noted oceanographers, and incredible hand crafted works of art guaranteed to delight and surprise. So, tell your friends, family, and community. Let the bidding begin!   … Read entire article »

Filed under: Auction

error: Content is protected !!