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FEB:2017

Haynes Marine in partnership with Survitec Group Marine Training academy, Stonehaven, Scotland, delivers a Search And Rescue (SAR) Craft Operations 5 day training course for personnel from the Turkish Coastguard.

 
JAN:2017

Haynes Marine in partnership with Survitec Group Marine Training academy, Stonehaven, Scotland, delivers a Search And Rescue (SAR) Craft Operations 5 day training course for personnel from the Netherlands national lifeboat institute (KNRM).

 
DEC:2016

A peer reviewed paper by Haynes Marine is published in the Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine Journal of the South Pacific Underwater Society and European Underwater and Baromedical Society. Titled Increasing The Probability of Surviving Loss of Consciousness Underwater When Using a Rebreather,

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NOV:2016

Haynes Marine Director, Paul Haynes participates in the phase 1 survey of HMS Vanguard, Scapa Flow. HMS Vanguard, a St Vincent class Battleship was sunk by an accidental catastrophic magazine explosion that near instantaneously tore the ship apart whilst she was at anchor in 1917, killing over 800 of her crew.

Preliminary survey of SS Prudentia. Located in Scapa Flow, SS Prudentia lies complete on her port side at a depth of 30m. Sunk by accidental collision in 1916 and off limits to diving since, this maritime time capsule is of notable historical significance.

 
OCT:2016

Haynes Marine is contracted by the Survitec Marine Academy, Stonehaven, to undertake 2 weeks of lifeboat operations training for the Netherlands lifeboat institute (KNRM) personnel.

 
SEP:2016

Training course undertaken on Shadow Excursion, a combined closed circuit oxygen, semi closed circuit nitrox combatant diver rebreather, for a Scandinavian defence customer.

 
AUG:2016

Unknown WWI armed trawler lying at a depth of 65m found and dived off the East coast of Scotland. HMS Patia dived, a fighter catapult launch ship sunk by German aircraft 1941 now lying at a depth of 60m. WWI steam driven submarine K17 dived. Located in the Firth of Forth, Scotland, K17 is one of two huge K class submarines sunk by accidental collision with RN warships in 1918 whilst on night manoeuvres, that now lie at a depth 55m.

 
JUL:2016

A new shipwreck is found and dived 30 miles off the East coast of Scotland, ESE of Stonehaven. Laying up-right on the seabed at a depth of 70m, the wreck was a trawler of WWI vintage and remains unknown at this point.

 
JUN:2016

On behalf of a client, Haynes Marine undertakes specialist oxygen closed circuit rebreather training for a SE Asian Naval and Marine Corps Special Forces combatant divers.

 
MAY:2016

Haynes Marine Director Paul Haynes was the Diving Safety Officer for this unique expedition (Explorers Club Flag No 192). Over two week period that covered the 100 anniversary of her sinking, diving to a maximum depth of 70m, the diving survey team collated a detailed two and three dimensional photogrammic survey of this historic shipwreck; a shipwreck, which due to UK MoD restrictions, is unlikely to ever be dived again (www.facebook.com/Haynes-Marine-Ltd-468098476635096/).

 
APR:2016

Haynes Marine Director Paul Haynes was in Scapa Flow as part of a Wreck-X (Shipwreck Explorers) maritime history and shipwreck diving expedition (www.wreck-x.com).

 
MAR:2016

Haynes Marine Director Paul Haynes was in Palau, Western Pacific as part of a Wreck-X (Shipwreck Explorers) specialist shipwreck expedition (www.wreck-x.com).

 
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