Mon, 9 Jan 2012
I was up early today at 5.45 am. Some people are starting to get up with the sun!
My team was assigned the task of doing a manta board survey from the coral cay, west as far as we could go; and then, from the reef break to the south. We were out from 8.30 am until midday.
During that time we found two pieces of timber, possibly from the shipwreck, in the deep water of the lagoon. West of the cay we found another pulley sheave, but without the bronze coak, and an unidentified assemblage of iron and timber.
In the afternoon we headed out to get an overall picture of the finds that have been discovered over the last four days.
Here are a few photos of the day…
Paul Hundley (Sr. Curator and archaeologist)