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A mile deeper than Titanic. Thats quite some salvage achievement.


Its interesting to speculate where salvage will go as technology improves and costs (maybe) come down. Not only bullion is attractive, but shallow wrecks are also targeted for copper and other ingot metals. Some of the very deep wrecks have the ships and cargoes extremely well preserved due to the abyssal conditions. Think of all those Lend-Lease wrecks full of aircraft, tanks, rifles, merlin engines and other sought-after high price militaria items.
 
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A mile deeper than Titanic. Thats quite some salvage achievement.


Its interesting to speculate where salvage will go as technology improves and costs (maybe) come down. Not only bullion is attractive, but shallow wrecks are also targeted for copper and other ingot metals. Some of the very deep wrecks have the ships and cargoes extremely well preserved due to the abyssal conditions. Think of all those Lend-Lease wrecks full of aircraft, tanks, rifles, merlin engines and other sought-after high price militaria items.
You didn`t mention Spitfires in an attempt to keep them for yourself.
 
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The fella that made it and lived to the ripe of age of 90 great effort!..not quite a Shackleton story but still suprised Hollywood hasn't got hold of it would make a good Movie.
Not a great movie if Hollywood had anything to do withit. As I have often said, they could bugger a thirty minute documentary on water flowing downhill.
 
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Okay how about Bollywood?, just throw in a scene with a gang rape or two then finish off with a big musical number.... would be great.
 
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