TREASURE: The Wreck of the Pirate Ship Whydah

The remarkable story of the discovery of the Whydah and its treasures.

Barry Clifford found Whydah’s wreck in 1984, relying heavily on Southack’s 1717 map of the wreck site – a modern-day, true-to-life “pirate treasure map” leading to what was at that time a discovery of unprecedented proportions. That Whydah had eluded discovery for over 260 years became even more surprising when the wreck was found under just 14 feet of water and 5 feet of sand.

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