As noted in a letter written by Sir Henry Morgan to the Lt. Governor of Jamaica. In October 1670 a storm sunk 12 ships lying off Ile a Vache, Haiti. They where able to re float all but three. We located 3 wrecks across from the anchorage.
These photos are of the most NORTHERLY wreck or what we call Site C.
Two cannons sticking up out of pan coral. Barrels of nails, mini balls, and other building materials scattered about.
Cannons, anchors, cannon balls, glass wine bottle fragments, lead sheathing, pottery pieces, all embedded into pan coral.
Anchored out in deeper water but with the wind shift our home floated right over the wreck. The ladder is right above a 350 year old cannon of the buccaneer ship.
Most of the ship is in 8 feet of water or less so you can easily use mask and snorkel. The ship was blown over a mile across the bay and pounded into a coral reef. All three wrecks lie along this reef and not that far apart.
Site B in the Middle
Site A. The most southerly wreck site
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