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    Re: Will anyone ever find Shackleton's lost ship?
    From: Robin Stuart
    Date: 2022 Jun 24, 06:02 -0700

    The precise position of Endurance has been released https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-61890273 . It's at 68°44'21"S  52°19'47"W. Prior to this there were only rather vague murmurings of 4 miles to the south or SE. I make it 4.9NM S and 2.4NM E or 5.4NM S27°E of the log positon which is fully consistent with predictions.

    Actually any Navlist member pretty much knew this already from Matus Tejiscak's fantastic plots http://fer3.com/arc/m2.aspx/Will-anyone-ever-find-Shackletons-lost-ship-Tejiscak-mar-2022-g52253. I've taken the liberty of marking the the reported position on his chartlet with a black dot. The AIS data tells the story!


    Robin Stuart

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