Don't know. Tried getting onto that site this morning and the same page you saw came up. Hope it is only temporary.
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About the only way we'll ever find out is if one of TRMA's staff signs on to tell us the reason. Regretably, ET has no real connection to these people to such an extant that they keep us informed of everything that's going on.
I hope that they can get this sorted out as TRMA has been a goldmine of information for the serious techie. It's loss would be quite a blow for those who have little if any real access to the primary source material. However, on the internet, few things are more fragile then websites which can be here today and gone tomorrow.
I figured it would be back up today. I too hope that it's only temporary. It would be a huge loss if it's not because TRMA is full of cutting-edge research into the structure and overall look of the Titanic, as well as other ships.
Does anyone have Bruce Beveridge's email? He'd probably be the one to ask.
'Fraid not. Thw TRMA site tends to go down on occasion with little if any warning. Sometimes it's a server problem, and sometimes it's a hiccup with the host. All we can do is bide are time and wait for it to come back up.