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First manned submersible dive around Alcatraz Island

In October 2016 the OceanGate crew successfully conducted the very first manned submersible dive around Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay area using Cyclops 1.

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Sixgill Shark Dive in Desolation Sound

OceanGate conducted manned submersible dives in Desolation Sound in British Columbia to observe and film rarely seen Sixgill sharks.

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Andrea Doria Survey Expedition

OceanGate Conducts the First Manned Submersible Dives to the Legendary Andrea Doria Shipwreck since 1995.

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Cyclops Hull Design and Testing

OceanGate and the UW Applied Physics Lab collaborate on the design and testing of Cyclops 2 and the filament wound carbon fiber pressure vessel.

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Macklemore Sixgill Shark Dive

Seattle's favorite rap star joined OceanGate for a submersible dive in Elliott Bay to search for rarely seen sixgill sharks.

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Sixgill Shark Encounter

The OceanGate team encountered a rarely seen sixgill shark at a depth of over 400 feet in Elliott Bay off the coast of Seattle

Flower Garden Banks Expedition: 2015

In August 2015, OceanGate conducted an expedition to the Flower Garden Banks in the Gulf of Mexico to conduct extensive offshore testing of the company’s new Submersible Launch and Recovery System (LARS)

OceanGate Manned Submersible Services

This video features OceanGate's new 5-person submersible, Cyclops 1, illustrates some of the team's capabilities, and shows examples of the types of undersea expeditions the crew has performed -- including diving on three US coasts in 30 days.

Cyclops 1 Unveiling Event Time Lapse

OceanGate Inc. officially unveiled Cyclops 1, a 5-man submersible, and the launch of the Eye On The Sanctuaries Tour at the Museum of History and Industry on March 10, 2015.

OceanGate Grumman F6F Hellcat Discovery

OceanGate Inc. discovered this World War II-era Grumman F6F Hellcat off the coast of Miami. The plane was discovered during one of an ongoing series of dives in which OceanGate has been using its Teledyne BlueView high-frequency sonar and high-definition photo and video equipment.

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OceanGate Inc. Dives On Oil Platform For Black Elk Energy

OceanGate Inc. completed a series of dives in the Gulf of Mexico for Black Elk Energy to observe the ecological impact of decommissioned oil platforms on ocean life, part of a study related to the "Rigs to Reefs" program, a pressing issue in the decommissioning of platforms around the world.

OceanGate Cyclops Submersible Development Program

In May 2013, OceanGate announced the launch of Project Cyclops, a collaboration with the University of Washington’s Applied Physics Lab to build a revolutionary new manned submersible.

OceanGate and UW APL Design Manned Submersible

OceanGate Partners with UW's Applied Physics Lab to Design Cyclops, the Next Generation of Manned Submersibles.

Cyclops 1 Christening

OceanGate, Inc. officially christened the 5-person submersible Cyclops 1 on March 10, 2015 at the Museum of History and Industry in Seattle, Washington.

OceanGate Highlights - Artificial Reefs

Using Antipodes, OceanGate captured videos, photos, and sonar images of artificial reefs from East and West coasts of the United States.

SS Governor Shipwreck - Port Townsend

Underwater footage taken during OceanGate's expedition to the SS Governor wreck near Port Townsend, Washington in 2011.