Gladius Advanced Pro Underwater Drone Shipwreck and Shark

Gladius ROV diving the Mizpah Shipwreck off Palm Beach

Mizpah Shipwreck – The wreck of the Mizpah is an excellent dive site for Advanced Open Water divers. All of her hatches and doors; as well as all loose cables have been completely removed making this wreck the perfect destination for divers certified in wreck penetration. She rests upright and completely intact except for a split forward of the upper deck. The Mizpah is 185 feet long with a 27 foot beam lying on the bottom with her bow pointing north.

The wreck is located in West Palm Beach Florida, one mile offshore just north of the Palm Beach inlet.

The GPS coordinates are N 26 47.178, W 080 00.968.

Gladius ROV –

The GLADIUS is a smart underwater drone built for filming, observing and exploring. It is a portable and user friendly device that is able to dive up to a depth of 100 meters, allowing you to capture Ultra HD 1080P/4K quality photo and video directly to internal storage or live stream your dive in real-time. The GLADIUS is an excellent tool for scuba diving, underwater photography, sea fishing or yacht entertainment.

Latitude Adjustment Sailing –

Our 1996 Lagoon 35CCC provides the perfect sailing getaway! We usually make three adventures every year, leaving from Lake Worth Inlet in Palm Beach Florida to destinations in the Florida Keys or the Bahamas. When we are not sailing, Palm Beach is the perfect base with plenty of water activities to keep us busy until the next big adventure.

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  1. Emma Luo on November 25, 2020 at 9:23 pm

    Nice diving! really cool!

  2. Phil Gray on November 25, 2020 at 9:45 pm

    Interesting video. When I was a young diver an underwater camera cost around 6 weeks wages and came with film and a maintenance schedule to make the eyes water. Underwater video would involve 6 months wages for just the housing and lights. My dive buddy used to joke that when he won the lottery he was going to pay someone else to dive with a video camera so he didn’t have to get wet. I’m guessing this could do the job. Also would save getting into the water at sites which were not going to be interesting or where visibility was not good.

  3. B J on November 25, 2020 at 10:09 pm

    Thanks! Looks like my future Christmas gift…

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