A new shipwreck has found a new resting place in the water
A shipwreck in the Bahamas has found new resting places, prompting some to speculate that the wreck was actually a real vessel.
The wreck of the Bismarck’s Wasp was found in a deep lake in January and was later named after her namesake, who was the first woman to sail on a shipwreck.
The shipwreck, named the Wasp, was discovered by two divers after being pulled into the water by a large wave in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
The divers, whose identities were not released, said the ship was likely the ship of the captain of the Wipewinds, a pirate ship.
The two divers also said they heard screams from the wreck.
The new findings were first reported by The Associated Press, which said it had spoken with two divers who were there during the salvage operation.
The Associated News reported that two of the divers had previously reported finding evidence of a wreck in the ocean.
The vessel was the Wippons sister ship, the Biscay, which sank in 1621 and sank again in 1622.
Both ships sank off the coast of Newfoundland.
The Wipemenes shipwreck was the most expensive shipwreck to be found in the Caribbean in history, according to the International Fund for Maritime Safety, which has estimated it at $4.7 million.
The Biscays shipwreck is the second-highest price tag in the world at $3.5 million.