This video was recorded with the help of a remote controlled vehicle. This video shows a boat and a skunner near the wreck of a major ship. The Washington Post explained in its article that the two ships are thought to be 200 years old. The remote-controlled vehicle was reportedly sent to a depth of 3,100 feet off the Caribbean coast. She commented that the blue and green photos show gold coins, pots and intact porcelain cups scattered on the seabed.
The bow of one of the ships is still intact despite being centuries in the womb of the sea, and a variety of clay pots as well as artillery can still be seen. Navy and government archaeologists are trying to determine the origin of the plates based on the inscriptions, officials said.
“The idea is to have it back, with a consistent financing mechanism for future extractions. In this way, we will protect the San Jose ship patriarchal treasury,” said Spanish President Evan Duke. San Jose is considered the biggest loss in the history of submarines. Because this ship was carrying hundreds of crew as well as valuables. On June 8, 1708, a San Jose warship suddenly caught fire and sank off the coast of Cartagena, Colombia. In addition, there are about 600 staff, including gold, silver and jewelry worth $ 2000 billion.
San Jose leaves the port of Portobelo, Panama in late May 1708. The ship was loaded with gold, silver and precious stones found in Peru, which was already under Spanish control. The ship had to sail for a short time in Cartagena for repairs on its way to Spain. Depart from there first to Havana in Cuba and from there to Spain on a long journey. However, Britain, already at war with Spain, attempted to plunder the ship’s wealth. Unexpectedly, the ship caught fire and sank.