Mr. Delgado is director of the Vancouver Maritime Museum in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and cohost of National Geographic International television's The Sea Hunters. He receives the 2003 Naval History Author of the Year award at the 130th Annual Meeting of the U.S. Naval Institute on 31 March 2004.

Articles by James P. Delgado

After the Sub Marine Explorer was abandoned on a Panamanian island beach in 1869, her identity was eventually forgotten by the locals. By 2000 the historic 36-foot boat was rumored to be a Japanese two-man midget submarine.

A Pearl of a Discovery

By James P. Delgado
August 2010
In the waters off Panama's Isla San Telmo, the hulk of a largely forgotten American submarine stands as a testament to 19th-century innovation.
BOTH COURTESY OF THE AUTHOR

'Toward No Earthly Pole'

By James P. Delgado
April 2004
A team from National Geographic International television's The Sea Hunters recounts the Fox's search for the ill-fated Franklin Expedition.
COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY ? 2001 BY JAMES P. DELGADO

Back to the Bay of Pigs

By James P. Delgado
April 2001
Forty years later, see how the Cuban government portrays the "First Great Defeat of Imperialism in Latin America.",","Y