The people tell the story that long time ago a pirate entered ships in the area of today Sunny Beach. He didn’t enter fishing cutters or boats of pure people. He just robbed ships of wealthy merchants and he distributed the haul to the poor and needy. That’s why the people called him Captain Hope.
Shortly before Captain Hope died he hid his treasure. Many treasure seekers tried to find it. But nobody could find Captain Hope’s treasure. It is called that just people with purity of intention they put so much into the treasure chest as they took out can find it.
One day an old man told the story that he was a member of a crew searching Captain Hope’s treasure. They found it but couldn’t take it. Another crew of treasure seekers was at the same time in this area. They fought against each other. He was the only one survived this massacre. His ship beached. The last position he can remember are the above coordinates.
Perhaps you will find the old man’s ship wrack at these coordinates. Count the gun hatches at the east side (A).
Go to stage 2. In which direction goes the ship? B=index of the first letter in the alphabet of the (English) word for the orientation.
The cache is B*30 m from this position in A*20° (true)
or in coordinates:
N 42° 40.[797+A+B]
E 27° 42.[A*B+537]
The cache is covered with sand. Please, mark the location with sticks again, so other geocachers will not have problems finding it. There are dogs, cats, birds and other animals. Please, do not put food or sweets into the cache.