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  1. Re: New Question about 1715 Wreck + Barra d'Ays

    Wreck..it could be. I'm still of the opinion that the smaller, lighter ships carried little if any "ballast stones". If indeed they were heavily laden with treasure, they didn't need the ballast.
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  2. Re: New Question about 1715 Wreck + Barra d'Ays

    If you look closely at Romans 1768 map, he shows the juncture of the Indian and Banana Rivers at a location just south of Sebastian. It's easy to understand the confusion about locations with...
  3. Re: New Question about 1715 Wreck + Barra d'Ays

    So, a "league" is 3.45 statute miles. If the old Ft. Pierce/Indian river inlet was about where the SEAL museum is, 7 miles north would put it near Riomar? Those old maps weren't real accurate. As for...
  4. Re: New Question about 1715 Wreck + Barra d'Ays

    In the 1700's, there was no Sebastian Inlet. South, the Ft' Pierce Inlet was several miles north of its present location.

    There was a temporary natural inlet at Vero for a few years, I think in...
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