Gregg Bemis

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The davit from the ‘Lusitania’ at the Old Head of Kinsale Lusitania Museum.

The owner of the Lusitania has paid tribute to communities north and south of the Border for their role in bringing one of the largest artefacts from (...)

RMS Lusitania: the main ship’s telegraph has been recovered from the wreck site, off the Head of Kinsale. Photograph: Department of Heritage

Divers have recovered the telegraph from the Lusitania, which many had feared was lost after a failed recovery operation last year. Divers had alrea(...)

New sonar images of the Lusitania have been produced by members of the Infomar (Integrated Mapping For the Sustainable Development of Ireland’s Marine Resource) team at the Geological Survey of Ireland and the National Monuments Service of the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.

New seabed imaging of the RMS Lusitania has been released ahead of the centenary of its sinking by torpedo on May 7th, 1915. The sonar images have bee(...)

Sinker sunk: the wreck of U-20, the U-boat believed to have torpedoed the Lusitania off the Old Head of Kinsale. Photograph: Bain/Library of Congress

When Gregg Bemis, a US businessman, takes a boat to the Lusitania wreck site with Eoin McGarry, an Irish deep-sea diver, next week he will be carry(...)

Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Jimmy Deenihan has endorsed plans for a fresh investigation into the sinking of the RMS Lusitania(...)