The most innocent of pirates


The quest for Capt. Kidd's lost treasure ship.

We have just added photos taken at the wreck site of the Quedah Merchant. Many thanks to Clarita Berger and Nick Caloyianis.
 
For details and breaking news about the amazing discovery of the one significant ship taken by alleged pirate Captain William Kidd, please vist our blog:
 
There you will find information about an exciting new book about Kidd by Dan Hamilton and Chris Macort.

All content copyright 2008, 2009 by Dan Hamilton & Chris Macort. All rights reserved.

Photos by Clarita Berger and Nick Caloyianis are copyrighted 2008-2009 by Nick Caloyianis Productions and used by express permission.

 

Images from the expedition

 

Nick Caloyianis filming the main collection of cannons and anchors.

Photo by Clarita Berger
 
 
 




 
Chris Macort recording cannon length, size and orientation.

Photo by Nick Caloyianis

 

 

 

Chris Macort pointing out direction of anchor shank.

Photo by Nick Caloyianis

 

 

 

The main ballast pile, containing nine visible cannons and three anchors, or pieces of anchors.

Photo by Nick Caloyianis  

 

 

 Underwater sketch of a cannon pile.

Photo by Dan Hamilton

 

Anchored near the wreck.

  Photo by Dan Hamilton

 

Francis Soto (left), and Chris at the cannon preservation tanks in Santo Domingo.

  Photo by Dan Hamilton

 

 

 The Quedah Merchant in the river.

  Illustration by Chris Macort