Dr. Spooner using the DX200 gradiometer on the artefact scatter patern
Maritime Archaeologist Matts Nelson on site
Project Leader Raimund Krob and maritime archaeologist Nikki Bose using the DX200 on Le Casimir Site.
Dr. Spooner with an concreted iron box part of the cargo of the ship which is half way up the reef. This was originally buried but uncovered by looters when they destroyd the "Bottle Bank"
The box up close
Timber and boxes of broken window glass, part of the cargo
The spare anchor which was in the bosun's store before it was looted. During the wrecking process they did not have time to deploy it
Hand made bronze nails, rolled bronze with the top hammered to make the head and barbs cut into the other end
The top of the dead eye before it was fully uncovered
A section of the keel with a diagonal scarff joint and bent bronze keel bolts. the bolts were bent about 45 degrees by the force of the wrecking process.
ADMAt's Co-creator and maritime archaeologist on site with a lead crystal French champain glass
Maritime Archaeologist Christine Nielsen working in SQ Y0
Dr. Spooner showing Francis Soto Director of ONPCS, the floors and futtocks of Le Casimir
The Team working in SQ I2
Manning the Tail Gate
A limber hole through one of the floors in the hull
A student by the enterance to the first Bottle Bank
A French lead crystal whisky tumbler and a wooden shiv or pulley wheel on Le Casimir's central section