(Sorry, cheesiest entry title so far, probably…)
Since the Journeyman has a rather pointy bulb, there is always the risk of catching stuff on the point. Fishing boys, anchor lines and such. But if we do, at least we will be able to see what the problem is, and how successful efforts to remove the catch is. In this image you can see the instrumentation sensors, the inlets to the air removal tank, and the video camera flanked by its two LED floodlights.
As a side effect you get nice entertainment on the TV when moored in tropical waters or when visited by dolphin schools at sea.