The Jacques Cousteau Odyssey

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The Jacques Cousteau Odyssey DVD cover.

TV Series (1979-1982)

Jacques Cousteau (Himself)
Philippe Cousteau (Himself)
Albert Falco (Himself)

Set of DVD's reporting about six missions of the Calypso. Screenshots from the first one, The Nile.
This page is based on this DVD issue; it seems there are several other ones with titles slighty different with a specific selection of campaign.

Hughes 269C

Reg. N102CS (1975-80) Hughes 269C (c/n 250398), sometimes full white, full yellow or with a mixed pattern.

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Cousteau Hughes-269.jpg

Consolidated PBY-6A Catalina

Reg. N101CS between 1974 and 1979; former ones were NC48129, N6475C, N48129. Broke apart on 28th June 1979 during high speed taxi run, killing Philippe Cousteau who was at the controls.

Cousteau PBY-6A.jpg
Cousteau N101CS.jpg
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