July 18th

The day on the water started with rebuilding our deco stand and replacing the buoy which we had lost. The ship, like the buoy, refuses to give us any clue of its fate or its remains. We have had a new theory emerge about what elements of the ship we are looking at almost every dive. Are we looking at a keel? What are these strange super structure on the exposed section of hull? With the obvious lack of knowledge, Irena and one of our photographers (Fabe, the provider of all the images for this blog) surveyed the site and tried to take images of anything around that might give us a clue as to what exactly is left of the ship! More work is still being done on this subject but we have no clue how long it will take, possibly years. It’s a discouraging thought but we never get more than an hour a person working on the ship each day. But to everyone that works on the wreck, it is worth the wait.

The base of a glass goblet.

The base of a glass goblet.

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