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10 May 2007


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During a low tide on Monday, the wooden skeleton of of a sunken 19th century ship mysteriously appeared above the waterline on San Francisco's Ocean Beach, not far from the city's zoo. Tourists and beachcombers were befuddled by the sight, but governme... [Read More]

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Our friends at Telstar Logistics keep sending us great stories. Last week they brought us New Yorkers call 911 on dockwise ship (hey I am the one from Manhattan) and today they bring us this story, Ghost Ship Surfaces on San Fra... [Read More]


I will be working on the other harbor @oakland shipping lane ,dredgeing the bay floor to 50 feet deep. what sould i look for as sunked ships ?

inch round@the port of oakland found 2 inch round hard ball shaped very heavey when rub very hard smell like gun power what do you think it could be

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