August 8, 2000
The submarine C.S.S. Hunley is seen
above the surface of the Atlantic for
the first time since it sunk on the night
of Feb. 17, 1864, after successful
action against the U.S.S. Housatonic.
The Hunley sank 4 miles off the coast
of Charelston, S.C. with all hands on
board. The remains of the Hunley
were discovered on May 3, 1995 by
Clive Cussler’s
NUMA Organization.
Archeological and conservation work
on the Hunley continues today in
Charleston, S.C. where it rests.
Doxa SUB 600T

Case Diameter: 42.5 mm
Case Height: 13.5 mm
Case length: 45 mm
Lug Width: 20 mm
Movement: ETA 2824 25j, hacking
automatic. 28,800 bph, 42  hour
power reserve and quick-set date
Case material: Stainless steel
Crown: Screw down
Bezel: Uni-directional, indexed w/
60 clicks, engraved with US Navy
"maximum no decompression limit
time" dive table"
Water resistance: 600 meters

This is the modern version of the
famous "orange-faced Doxa", worn
Clive Cussler's alter-ego Dirk
Pitt, in all of Pitt's adventures. A
DOXA SUB has been worn by Clive
Cussler on all of his