"WRECKS OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC"
PRESENTATION BY JOHN CHATTERTON
John Chatterton is one of the world’s most accomplished and well known shipwreck divers. He has worked with Universal Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Paramount Studios, CBS, PBS, HBO, and the History Channel on more than 70 underwater projects for television. Most recently he appeared on the History Channel’s, Mystery of Oak Island, and Confederate Gold series. His exploration of shipwrecks has included some of the most famous wrecks in the world, including the Andrea Doria, USS Arizona, the German submarine U-869, Atocha, Golden Fleece, Britannic, Lusitania, and Titanic.
Chatterton’s diving adventures have been chronicled in numerous books, including Rob Kurson’s bestsellers, Shadow Divers, and Pirate Hunters, as well as Brad Matsen’s, Titanic’s Last Secrets, which chronicled his Titanic dives to a depth of 12,500 feet. He is an experienced commercial hardhat diver, submersible diver, as well as rebreather diver, and currently teaches technical diving courses on scuba in South Florida, amongst other things.