Hunting Shipwrecks, Subs & Space Craft: Untold Stories of Underwater Finds

NJ Historical Divers Association presents the New Jersey Shipwreck Colloquium with Vince Capone ~

Hunting Shipwrecks, Submarines and Space Craft: Untold Stories of Underwater Finds

Saturday, April 13, 2019 – 8:00 PM to 10:30 PM
at the InfoAge Science & History Center
2201 Marconi Road, Wall, New Jersey
Admission is $50 per person ($40 for NJHDA Members).
Reservations required – seating is limited.
(advanced payment guarantees seating)

A reception will follow the presentation.Proceeds support the New Jersey Shipwreck Museum at InfoAge.

Guest Speaker: Vince Capone
Join US Navy sonar subject matter expert Vince Capone as he shares a behind the scenes look at his most unusual underwater adventures. See how an a vocational archaeologist teamed up with a group of divers to find America’s oldest intact warship, finding the U-215 and was sent on a secret mission to mine Boston Harbor only to disappear en-route. From the space shuttle Columbia to Apollo 11 and the underwater search for submerged spacecraft, what’s next? How will new technology change our exploration of the seas?

For reservations, directions and more information, please call 732-776-6261
or e-mail

Send checks payable to:
107 Wilson Road
Neptune, NJ, 07753

Alteration or substitution to the schedule may occur without notice.
NJHDA, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable historical research organization.
All donations are tax-deductible.

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