Re: [75attendees] History Channel show on Vasa

Olaf Kolkman <olaf@NLnetLabs.nl> Mon, 17 August 2009 17:01 UTC

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On 17 aug 2009, at 15:19, Tony Hansen wrote:

> My TiVo happened to catch an episode last Saturday of Mega Movers on  
> the History International channel entitled "Extreme Ocean Salvage".  
> It discusses the salvage of 3 different sunken ships, one of which  
> is the Vasa; the other two ships are the Normandie and the Mary  
> Rose. The show dates back to 2007.
>

Related (and completely off-topic for an IETF list :-) )

A recent discovery in the archipelago (like about a month ago) is a 40  
meter 17th century ship. Fairly intact, and probably of Dutch origin.

The ship is a "fluit" (flute), a common type of ship used for baltic  
sea trade.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hX4OnYldBfw

--Olaf