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Wreck Diving, Shark Cage, Monster Fishing, and Videography
Reserve your spot on a THUNDERFISH Wreck Diving
or Monster Fishing Expedition, or test your courage in the new Shark Cage.
If diving and videotaping underwater ship wrecks or sport fishing is what you
seek, THUNDERFISH is ready to accomodate you. Captain Bill Palmer is one
of New England's leading authorities on underwater wrecks, and has videotaped
dozens of submarines, u-boats, and sunken vessels that have been lost in East
Coast waters. Please take the time to explore the Thunderfish Web Site, as
you will be treated to some excellent photographs of recent fishing and diving
expeditions. For those seeking historical or educational material on
shipwrecks, diving, and fishing along the east coast, please visit the
Thunderfish Videos page, or contact Captain Palmer himself for answers to some
of your questions.
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"Exploring last European U-Boat
battle in the Atlantic"
by Michael Souza - Mystic River Press
Captain Bill Palmer is one of the most accomplished and respected wreck divers in the entire Northeast Atlantic, and certainly one of the most noteworthy of his generation. Chances are he would deny it and could list others more qualified, but thatís how Bill Palmer is.
To read the entire article click here.
"The Last Battle of the Atlantic"
The Sinking of the U-853
a new book by
Captain Bill Palmer
Out in the cold Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Rhode Island, lies the remains of what was once a feared and mighty hunter. Its's not a fish or shark, for that matter its not even a marine creature. It's what men feared the most when they went to sea aboard their vessel back in the World War II years. It's a German Submarine called a U-Boat. The U-853 was the last German submarine sunk in World War II. She was sunk with all hands just minutes before World War II ended. The once mighty hunter feared by all who put to sea, now lies in 130 feet of water off the coast of Block Island, Rhode Island, her grave marked only by a circle on the nautical charts, DANGER Unexploded Depth Charges, May 1945.
To read an excerpt from The Sinking of the U-853 click here.
To get your copy of The Sinking of the U-853, contact Captain Bill Palmer by email or telephone.
Email Captain Palmer (click on the mailbox)
or Call (203) 269-0619
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Last updated on Tuesday November 5, 2013 10:48.