About all I've so much as heard was that the location of the wreck was known, but no photos have been made public. After taking hits from three torpedos, I doubt there's that much left beyond twisted junk littering the bottom.
If somebody knows otherwise, I'd be glad to see it.
Jason, thanks for the link. I don't have the Quicktime player to veiw the vidio...yet. Remember the computer problems I mentioned? Stuff won't install for some reason, so I'm going to have to get something done about it. I'll keep this link handy though.
Oh yeah, Dirk Pitt to the rescue...of anything that needs rescuing, no matter how big or even bigger! Obviously I don't know the Capathia's condition, but you can't help but wonder that given her smaller size and shallower depth, if she might be re-joining us one day as a Titanic-linked wreck.
My impression is that they are keeping most of their work pretty quiet. They intend to make a documentary in the "Sea Hunters series. I suppose that's fair enough, since all that work has to be paid for somehow. I guess we much watch the TV programs.