On our way at last 4

On our way at last

After what seems an eternity Aries is ready for the water after passing her hull survey today. Still a lot to do but at least we are moving in the right direction.

Nothing is going to stop us 6

Nothing is going to stop us

While we are in lock down and I have the time I will shortly be making a video explaining where we are with the Paul Meyer story and releasing a little more information. Folks are wondering what is happening and after losing last year because of the loss of my dear wife Penny it looks … Read Article

AFC Chesil Pirates thank the NHS

Thanks to our NHS

Some heroes score goals, real heroes save lives. As you may know, this season Deeper Dorset sponsored a local youth football team, AFC Chesil Pirates (under 9s). As a token of all our appreciation to the fantastic NHS and all key workers the lads all donned their kit and showed some love. Well done lads, … Read Article

It's a big un 7

It’s a big un

This prop was pulled up by a fishing vessel in Weymouth bay and I was asked to identify it, massive prop would have been thirteen feet in diameter full story http://deep3d.co.uk/2020/04/21/the-show-must-go-on/

Torpedoes running 8

Torpedoes running

Four years ago Deeper Dorset got to hear that a collection of torpedoes and motors many built in Weymouth was in danger of being scrapped if a new home could not be found. We rescued literally tons of parts and spent five thousand pounds transporting them and renting a unit until we could find a … Read Article

Preserving local history 9

Preserving local history

This WW2 mine has been on Weymouth quay for many years acting as a collection box for the RNLI, sometime back it was removed for restoration which never happened. Mark (left) from Bennetts fish and chips, Kevin (centre) Landlord of the Boot Inn and myself representing Deeper Dorset tracked it down and funded its refurbishment. … Read Article