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Triton Spotter: 1,000m down

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Triton Spotter reached new depths in late February when Capt. Les Annan brought us down 1,000m on his Triton submarine certification dive in the Bahamas. Capt. Annan runs M/Y Axis, a 183-foot Damen which holds the sub, an airplane, and a variety of water toys. M/Y Axis serves as support vessel for M/Y Gigi, a 164-foot Westport.

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