The Complete History Of
The Rolex Submariner & SEA-DWELLER
Rolex's Conquest Of The Ocean
Part 15: Dr. Joseph MacInnis
From U.S. Navy SEA-LAB
The Titanic Discovery Team
"There are too many hermetically-sealed scientists–men who spend great sums of money collecting knowledge that they jealously keep to themselves. Knowledge is useless unless it is shared." –Dr. Joseph MacInnis
Dr. Joeseph MacInnis is featured below in the Rolex Submariner advertisement from 1969. In the upcoming story of Dr. MacInnis' career, we will once again bring to life yet another Rolex Explorer from famous Rolex magazine ads.
Dr. Joseph MacInnis is from Canada and has received many honors in his life including the Order Of Canada.
Here is a full-length documentary from 1970 on the Arctic IV Expedition which was the first to dive beneath the polar ice at the North Pole. The movie also features fellow Canadian DEEP-SEA Explorer Dr. Phil Nuytten who we just examined in his own 2010 story preview just a few days ago.
Pictured below is a photo of Dr. Joe MacInnis in 1970 sporting his trademark Rolex Submariner. Dr. MacInnis has led thirty expeditions in his life, under the Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic Oceans.
1974 Rolex Under The North Pole
Dr. Joe Macinnis Submariner Ad
"In an age of obsolescence and gimmickry,
this simple classic virtue of a Rolex is indeed a rarity."
Table Of Contents
• Chapter 8: The Birth Of The Rolex DEEP-SEA: Jacques Piccard & Captain Don Walsh aboard the U.S. Navy Bathyscaph Trieste Set The All-Time World Depth Record.
• Chapter 9: The First SEA-DWELLER's: Doctor Bond. U.S. Navy Project Genesis and Jacques Cousteau & Project Conshelf.
• NEXT >>> Chapter 16: Dr. Robert Ballard: The Ultimate U.S. Navy DEEP-SEA Discovery Of The 20th Century–Finding The Titanic
• Chapter 17: Ralph White [Explorer and National Geographic Cameraman] Discovering and Exploring The Titanic