Whats left of St. Augustine shipwreck after 95 years?
A mysterious wreck lays about 40 miles offshore St. Augustine, which for decades had no name other than the Bear Wreck. A storm ended its passage prematurely, and none of the 32 people on board were ever seen or heard from again. After nearly 100 years underwater, some structure remains and is host to big fish, including sharks and grouper. Local Diver Joe Kistel, from Think It, Sink It, Reef It, recently showed whats left, which includes the ships bow and boilers. (Joe Kistel)In the video below, watch as sharks circle Kistel and check out the large goliath grouper thats unique to waters this far north along our coast.
Sonar imaging finds 19th century shipwreck in San Francisco Bay
Sonar imaging finds 19th century shipwreck in San Francisco Bay More than 100 shipwrecks lay beneath the rushing surf of San Francisco Bay, where the Golden Gate Bridge meets the Pacific Ocean. KPIX's Andria Borba reports sonar surveying has given a clear picture of a new shipwreck.cbsnews.com