Sharkwater Director Mysteriously Missing FOUND DEAD On Bottom Of Ocean Floor.

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Rob Stewart, the director of acclaimed documentary ‘Sharkwater’ has been located dead after mysteriously disappearing while on a deep dive off the coast of Key Largo on Tuesday.

For 72 hours, crews scoured the ocean. On Friday, shortly after the search for Stewart was suspended, divers found his body on the bottom of the ocean floor.

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On the morning of Tuesday, January 31, filmmaker and shark conservationist Rob Stewart boarded a dive boat docked at Caloosa Cove Marina on the tiny isle of Islamorada, just south of Key Largo. The 37-year-old had one goal, to find the illusive sawfish, an impossibly cute, cartoonish creature of the deep with the body of a shark and a beak that best resembles a chainsaw. Sawfish are shy and easily scared off by the stream of bubbles and Darth Vader-eque growl that comes from a scuba rig. On Tuesday, Stewart would be diving with a rebreather, a closed circuit system that recycles the carbon dioxide a diver exhales into breathable air. Which means stealthy, silent swimming without bubbles. h/t outsideline

Key Largo Fire and Rescue found Stewart’s body. It was 300 feet from his last known position, on the bottom of the ocean floor.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Stewart’s family and friends at this difficult time.

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