Dive Xtras DPVs Made History Again!

Dive Xtras DPVs Made History Again!

When the divers and crew behind History's new series "The Bermuda Triangle: Into Cursed Waters" first dipped below the surface in search of a lost WWII aircraft, they had no idea they were about to make history - in more ways than one. What they discovered was not a plane, but in fact, a section of the destroyed Space Shuttle Challenger... the first recovered piece in over 25 years.

Divers Mike Barnette and Jimmy Gadomski made the discovery, aided by a Piranha DPV. The video below shows the first few moments of the team's discovery, as well as some clever scooter skills from Jimmy Gadomski - who used his Piranha as a dust blower to unearth the Challenger segment!

Check out the show's trailer below and maybe watch the show for yourself? Don't forget to let us know what you think!

Some still frames from the various media published around this historical event, featuring Dive Xtras DPVs!

diver jumps off boat into water, carrying a CudaX DPV

diver blows dust off wreckage using Piranha DPV

divers uncovering wreckage piece of the Challenger Space Shuttle

closer image of uncovered wreckage, with fish guests


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