An anchor, suspected to be a lost anchor of the HMS Chatham, one of George Vancouver's ships, has been recently recovered.Read MoreLost Anchor from George Vancouver’s Ship Recovered
Odyssey Marine Exploration started to recover more than 13,500 gold and silver coins, from the SS Central America shipwreck.Read MoreMillions in Gold and Silver Recovered from Shipwreck
Discovered in 1996 on the gulf coast of Texas, after having been submerged for more than 300 years, La Belle shipwreck is the story about the last expedition of 17th century French explorer René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle.Read MoreLa Salle’s Shipwreck – An Exceptional Archeological Find
Marine explorer Barry Clifford announces that he may have discovered the shipwreck of Columbus' Santa Maria.Read MoreSanta Maria’s Shipwreck: Has it Been Discovered?
This 90-year boat which used to fish for cod in Newfoundland waters is magnificent and it taught me how large and gorgeous those fishing boats were.Read MoreThe Marité – The Last Cod Fishing Boat
I recently read the book "Cinq siècles de pêche à la morue - Terre-Neuvas & Islandais" (Five centuries of cod fishing) written by Nelson Cazeils (in French, sorry!). The book discusses the history of cod fishing in all its aspects.Read MoreFive Centuries of Cod Fishing
Bretons and Basques have been fishing and exploring the seawaters of Newfoundland and the Saint-Laurent before Samuel de Champlain and even before Jacques Cartier.Read MoreNewfoundland – “Terre aux Bretons”
A map of the various explorations of Samuel de Champlain.Read MoreMap of Champlain’s Travels