HARPY passing Charles Fort, Kinsale harbour, outbound for the fishing grounds.
HARPY leaving Kinsale for fishing grounds.
In the end, its all about, and for, people who love the sea.
Divers, archaeologists and crew on the Lusitania dives of 2013.
Sidescan sonar image of Wreck of 1692 (to be confirmed) discovered by Carroll O'Donoghue, owner/operator of HARPY, in 2015.
Carefully returning a blue shark alive to the seas.
Note the Yellow Tag on dorsal fin - used to track these creatures movements.
We've worked with many fantastic TV and movie companies and people:- CBS News, National Geographic, Robert Ballard - finder of TITANIC, BBC, RTÉ, ...
We've worked with many fantastic TV and movie companies and people:-
CBS News, National Geographic, TG4, BBC, RTÉ and independent teams ...
Spotting and photographing dolphins 3nm south of Old Head of Kinsale.
A selection of our underwater survey hardware. We're ready when you need us.
Wreck-diving off the Old Head of Kinsale
Propeller boss of one of WW1 sub UC-42's propellors. She lies sunk approx 5nm south of Roches Point. Photo ©Timmy Carey
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Drop in for a great day out. We'd love if you would!
Exercise with the Irish Coastguard's R-117.
Commercial Divers working on undersea pipes outside Kinsale harbour.
Pet gray seal "Charlie" boarding HARPY via stern dive platform in his search for ever more food.
HARPY supplying a ship at sea.
Recovering Diver after ascent from Lusitania wreck.
Sunset in Kinsale, pictured from the quays.