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Has there been any photos published of this wreck?
http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2005/02/ ... 19501.html
Mearns lays claim to finding one of the deepest wrecks, the SS Rio Grande, a German blockade runner sunk by US naval ships in 1944. Discovered in 1996, the Rio Grande lay on the floor of the South Atlantic at a depth of 5762 metres. "The [Sydney] wreck is nowhere as deep as Rio Grande," he says.
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Anybody know the wreck's location please ?
or for that matter where the Bergenland was sunk a few days later off Brazil ?
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Simon Gunson wrote:Anybody know the wreck's location please ?
Approximately 55 miles (89 km) off Northeast Brazil.
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