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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Divers confirm wreck off North Carolina coast is famed steamship Pulaski that sank 180 years ago

Divers have found proof that a shipwreck off the North Carolina coast is a steam ship that sank in 1838.

A tiny tag and a candlestick holder recovered from the wreck site bear the name of the ship 'S.B Pulaski' - for Steam Boat Pulaski - on its bottom, recovery firm Blue Water Ventures International have confirmed.

'This is a game changer. I have believed for so long we were in the right spot, and there's nothing like the feeling of having something like this confirmed,' the company's Keith Webb said.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Here comes another territorial court battle over who the findings go to.The guy from Selbyville who found millions in gold off of Florida in a shipwreck encountered a major court battle over said gold with the State of Florida.