Two wrecks discovered may be sister ships of Vasa, which sank on its maiden voyage
Swedish maritime archaeologists have discovered two wrecks believed to be 17th century warships, at least one of which is likely to be the sister ship of the Vasa, a historic vessel that sank on its maiden voyage.
“When I came down as the first diver … I saw this wall five or six metres high and I came up and there was a massive warship,” the maritime archaeologist Jim Hansson said. “It was a thrilling feeling.”
Source: The Guardian
17th century warships linked to Sweden's historic Vasa found