Moving towards the bow of the vessel thought to be <em>Ohio</em>, ROV pilots followed standing rigging to reveal an intact foremast. These features included complete lower masts, mast heads, topmasts, rigging and intact trucks at the mast top. They were careful not to risk tangling the ROV in loose riggings and lines.

Moving towards the bow of the vessel thought to be Ohio, ROV pilots followed standing rigging to reveal an intact foremast. These features included complete lower masts, mast heads, topmasts, rigging and intact trucks at the mast top. They were careful not to risk tangling the ROV in loose riggings and lines. Image courtesy of Northwestern Michigan College/Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Download larger image (jpg, 185 KB)

 

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