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This cache can be found anywhere in the world where ships are located.
The shipwreck in the photo matches the coordinates listed so this is an easy find for the first person who goes to that location.
Everyone else might have to do a bit of research to find a nearby shipwreck or shipwreck site. To log this cache you must find a shipwreck or shipwreck site. The shipwreck site must have a plaque or monument to mark the location.
To log this cache you will need:
name of the ship
coordinates of the shipwreck or plaque
a photo of you holding your GPSr in front of the shipwreck or plaque
a short description of how the ship become wrecked and if anyone survived
Old holiday photos and photos downloaded from net don’t count and will be deleted along with dingies. Each shipwreck or site can only be logged once. The rating depends on the location of the shipwreck and could be a short walk to the local park or a drive along a beach.
You could also dive to a shipwreck if you choose, to log a find you will need a photo of yourself in front of the wreck making the ok sign with your hand instead of a GPSr.
Remember shipwrecks can be found in rivers as well as along the coast.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:42 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum