Underwater archaeologists survey sunken 18th century warships
Published on May 23rd, 2013 | by Admin0
“You are not seeing a lot of structure above the sea bed,” he said Wednesday morning, after the five-person team returned to the wharf in Louisbourg. “A lot of the heavier materials located in the lower-most reaches of the ships are laying on the seabed.
“A common thing we are seeing is cannons that were on the warships when they went down: cannonballs, cannon shot, bar shot — all of the kinds of ordnance that was on the vessels when they sank.”
Story: Cape Breton Post | Photo: Parks Canada