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Old 12 May 2010, 10:28   #1
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Show us your Side Image pics

Just to start off, pic of the Thalia. This is a small 110 ton vessel that is embedded into the seabed as far aft as the wheelhouse. the stern and engine dechouse are clearly visible even though it lies in 52m of water and isn't a particularly large ship
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That was just the deepest scan so far at 52m and the wreck was picked up well enough to pick out detail. Its easier if you have dived it and know what the wreck actually looks like. I was quite impressed to pick up something so small at such a depth using a hull mounted transducer. I would like to see others that are deeper if they can be done as I am sure they can.
Next time I may take a run over a local wreck in 90m that is 6000grt and see what gets picked up!
this may be easier for those non divers out there as its considerably shallower and much larger at around 4000grt.
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Bruce, love the pics, there are loads of vessels named thalia, do you have a link to a pic before it went down?

also any more underwater wreck pictures??

keep them coming!!
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Thalia (ex Protector)
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Golden Gift, wooden drifter in about 16m. You can just make out the ghostly outline of the wooden hull which has rotted away leaving parts of the metal superstructure and mechanical parts on the seabed.
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amazing, you just have to know how to read them , ive often wondered if there is anything that you can dangle over the side of the rib that will give you really clear and vivid pictures of whats underneath as you trawl along, years ago i used to dive a lot, did the torry canyon and some other wrecks etc and it is fascinating, is there anything on the market without spending millions?? keep the pics coming!!
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