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Start by marking Women Can Find Shipwrecks Too as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. I’m not going to give any spoilers here, because you need to read the book yourself to find out what Margee goes through as a treasure hunter. As a non-boating, non-water-loving person who can’t even swim, my interest was held while reading this story, as she never gets so detailed about the treasure hunting life or the details of boats and diving that I lost interest.
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Margaret L. Brandeis, author. In this thrilling true-life adventure, a crazy 17 year quest for sunken treasure transforms a young woman into a modern-day female buccaneer. The story weaves historical details and philosophical insights that allow the reader to discover a secret about physical reality that is more valuable than all the gold at the bottom of the sea.
for sunken shipwrecks, you won't be able to put this book down. product description page
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A newly-discovered shipwreck in Fiscardo, Greece that dates as far back as the first century BC contains 6,000 . Roman shipwreck dating back to the time of Jesus containing cargo of 6,000 well-preserved wine amphorae is found on the Greek sea floor
A newly-discovered shipwreck in Fiscardo, Greece that dates as far back as the first century BC contains 6,000 remarkably well-preserved Roman pots used to carry food and wine. Roman shipwreck dating back to the time of Jesus containing cargo of 6,000 well-preserved wine amphorae is found on the Greek sea floor. The 'Fiskardo' shipwreck was located near a fishing village using sonar tech. The cargo included 6,000 preserved pots used to transport food and wine.
A hilarious romp through the treasure hunting world by a young woman who starts out as an innocent bystander and ends up becoming a modern day female . by Margaret L. Brandeis. Select Format: Paperback. Select Condition: Like New.
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. The main thrust of this book is not actually the shipwrecks themselves. Most every shipwreck has multiple human tragedies to tell. In The Shipwreck Hunter, David L. Mearns has successfully captured accurate glimpses into the life of a deepwater ocean surveyor. I say this because I count myself among the very lucky few who work in this particular realm of science and exploration. I am acquainted with several people mentioned in this book as well as Mr. Mearns himself.