The Atlantus: This concrete ship was built during the steel shortage of World War I and served her country for one year. She was later purchased by a salvage company to serve as a ferry between Cape May, NJ and Lewes, DE. She broke free from her mooring during a storm and sunk on June 8th, 1926. Exit 1.

Blue Foot Diving Website Launches

From the NJ Web Designers

Feb 19, 2008

Cyber X Designs is proud to announce that the Blue Foot Diving website has launched.

Notable technical and rebreather diving instructor, Andrew Driver, is the force behind Blue Foot, a premier technical diving instruction and expedition company. With a background in the Royal Marine Commandos as an officer and a member of the British National Parachute team, Andrew is no stranger to adventure. At Blue Foot Diving he brings his love for unique expeditions together with his penchant for top notch technical training.

In addition to training for diving with a rebreather, Blue Foot Diving offers commercial diving services, presentations & talks, dive experiences, large yatch services and equipment.

Cyber X Designs was responsible for branding and logo design as well as website design and development. The Blue Foot Diving website was built using an open-source content management system that allows non-technical personnel to update the content without needing to call a developer.

Exit 135: New Jersey has 108 toxic waste dumps. Which is the most in any one state in the nation. What else is near Exit 135?