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Eldorado

Shipwreck Mystery Expedition

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Eldorado

'A 10-day expedition has set out from Cairns to find two shipwrecks from the 1800s off the far north Queensland coast.

A team led by the National Maritime Museum is searching for the Morning Star, lost near Quoin Island in 1814, and the Frederick, lost near Stanley Island in 1818.

Manager of maritime archaeology Kieran Hosty says there is great interest in the wrecks, with a number of failed search attempts in the past.'

Full article: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-11-18/expedition-hopes-to-solve-shipwreck-mysteries/5099062

I wish them luck.

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freetoroam

They are hoping to get a read from the cannons, I wish them luck too and wish I was going with them.

I can dive

i can steer a boat

and I can make tea.

Please take me with you.

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Ealdwita

They are hoping to get a read from the cannons, I wish them luck too and wish I was going with them.

I can dive

i can steer a boat

and I can make tea.

Please take me with you.

And I know (and can sing) lots of sea shanties.

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