San Pedro, Bermuda (1596)

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The Bermuda Maritime Museum Quarterly (1989) 2.3 :30 (mortar).  
 
The Bermuda Maritime Museum Quarterly (1989) 2.3 :30 (mortar).  
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Smith, Roger "Treasure ships of the Spanish Main: The Iberian-American Maritime Empires" in Ships and Shipwrecks of the Americas, Ed. by George Bass, T&H, 1988
 
Smith, Roger "Treasure ships of the Spanish Main: The Iberian-American Maritime Empires" in Ships and Shipwrecks of the Americas, Ed. by George Bass, T&H, 1988

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Background

A late 16th century ship presumed to be the San Pedro wrecked off Bermuda in 1596. It was found in 1950 and salvaged by Teddy Tucker. It is said not to have any hull reamains.


References

The Bermuda Maritime Museum Quarterly (1989) 2.3 :30 (mortar).

Smith, Roger "Treasure ships of the Spanish Main: The Iberian-American Maritime Empires" in Ships and Shipwrecks of the Americas, Ed. by George Bass, T&H, 1988

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