Hurricane Teddy: Passes by Bermuda 75 miles away but sends 5 meter swells to the island’s South Shore for 24 hours! What will happen to our shipwrecks?

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Waves are breaking close to 1000 m offshore – that is in 100 to 50 feet of water! The amount of sand shifted will be monumental  — there is no sand on many beaches.

What is happening to our shipwrecks on South Shore?

We will be surveying the coast and out diving as soon as we can.

Waves from Hurricane Teddy Pound Bermuda’s South Shore above the site of the Shipwreck Mary Celestia

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