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    Congratulations to 2 incredible divers for being the first to dive this beautiful ship!

    Thanks to Jim and his crew for their in dyeing love for discovery!

    https://twitter.com/jillheinerth/sta...743488512?s=21


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    Maybe that is why Jill moved back to Canada

    Forrest Wilson (with 2 Rs)
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    Quote Originally Posted by RUdown4 View Post
    Congratulations to 2 incredible divers for being the first to dive this beautiful ship!

    Thanks to Jim and his crew for their never dyeing love for discovery!
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    https://twitter.com/jillheinerth/sta...743488512?s=21


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    Hey, I know those two! I made up for the wreck diving by spending this weekend sump diving in West Virginia. Now my gear is a proper shade of "mud"


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    Quote Originally Posted by FW View Post
    Maybe that is why Jill moved back to Canada
    I thought she got tired of the yurt


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    Quote Originally Posted by Walter Pickel View Post
    I thought she got tired of the yurt
    As in tent?

    Forrest Wilson (with 2 Rs)
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    The ship was found in deep water beyond the reasonable depths for SCUBA divers. A remote operated vehicle (ROV) was needed to explore the shipwreck.
    Anyone know the depth?

    Richard Blackburn
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    Quote Originally Posted by FW View Post
    As in tent?
    The yurt they had in their backyard.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rblackburn View Post
    Anyone know the depth?
    Yes



    (joking aside, we are keeping it a secret to help protect location)



 

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