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  1. newby,.. with a story.. input needed.

    and it continues, stormy winter weather uncovered an other wreck site in Cabarete bay, I ran in to it by accident. lots of red bricks with a Spanish cross stamped in the middle, and bronze bars and copper nails, going back soon :), wooden beams etc.. hope it stays visible for a while to...
  2. newby,.. with a story.. input needed.

    And this thread ends with a couple of lessons learned :(,.. but with a new virgin wreck, current count is over 20 cannons in 35M water about a mile of shore, well out of reach of our local compressor divers :))....
  3. newby,.. with a story.. input needed.

    and some other stuff
  4. newby,.. with a story.. input needed.

    found 2 more anchors, this time in neighboring town Sosua, Dominican Republic.. #1 #2
  5. newby,.. with a story.. input needed.

    First batch of looters arrived in their Jeepetas,... They offered 60K Dominican pesos to one of our local fishermen to remove 2 cannons and an anchor from one of the sites. out local guy worked 2 full days to get them to the beach and an afternoon to get them on their trucks. This was done on a...
  6. newby,.. with a story.. input needed.

    found a bunch of carbon under ballast stones of one of the wrecks here in the bay, I suspect it to be from the kitchen because of all the ceramics and pottery that lay nearby or the ship was on fire when it went down... will be looking at the back of the pile for sings of carbon, if carbon is...
  7. newby,.. with a story.. input needed.

    Cabarete bay was clear again and I got some better video. I start to believe that several of the sites all belong to the same ship, I suspect a mail steamer from around 1850 >1900... Sadly our local fishermen have plundered truckloads of brass and copper sheeting from it, only the heavy stuff...
  8. newby,.. with a story.. input needed.

    on my way back I ran in to an other ballast stone field that needs more investigation..
  9. newby,.. with a story.. input needed.

    another good exploration session, finally found the 4 Punta Goleta cannons and the anchor was about 2oom up wind (east from it). This wreck must of been visible for many years the whole downwind area is only 2 to 3m deep with no way out and 150m from shore. I suspect the Punta Goleta name comes...
  10. newby,.. with a story.. input needed.

    2 more anchors to ad to the list 2 more anchors to ad to the list, these seem to be twins :)
  11. how do I upload images to an existing image album ?

    Ah,!!, did not realise that after uploading I had to select the image again in the upper window Thanks again E
  12. Side mount configuration 2 x40 alu

    Side mount configuration 2 x40 alu

  13. Galeon anchor 4 and cannon

    Galeon anchor 4 and cannon

  14. Scooter sidemount configuration with 2x 80 alu

    Scooter sidemount configuration with 2x 80 alu

  15. how do I upload images to an existing image album ?

    Thank you for the reply, I did try that, but the images are not in the album.. I will give it another shot, thanks again. E
  16. how do I upload images to an existing image album ?

    Hi Guy's, Been searching on help on how to upload to an existing image album on this system, the uploader program only shows my home folder and not my albums. Any help is appreciated. Regards Eric
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