Simon carefully hand fanning to expose a pulley wheel
Tthe pulley wheel slowly emerges
Square A1 with the pulley wheel in situ
Close up of pulley wheel in situ with scale
Florence and Simon working on dredge head
The fish were quick to make the newly excavated parts of the wreck their own, here between two double heighted futtocks
Jeremy Schomberg, Logistics Expert and Underwater Photographer, surfaces after yet another exciting dive
The Abyss camera in action, here seen next to Kathy
Louis and Roberto measures the wreck
A piece of PVC piping has been temporally removed to lower the dredge head further
Our most faithful, cute and curios resident friends on the wreck were the puffer fish.
Andy taking his turn checking the dredge tail
Joe Simmonds, Senior Fisheries Officer from the Fisheries Management Unit comes to see the site for himself.
The Aquascan underwater towed camera also worked very well as a stationary camera
Simon and Christine, the founders of ADMAT, puts a section of the PVC piping back in place
Christine testing the blue hose