The rotting ribs of an old wooden vessel protrude from the sand and oyster shells on the bank of Calibogue Sound on April 10, 2014, not far from the 18th tee of Harbour Town Golf Links. In 2011, a Sea Pines resident discovered the Civil War-era shipwreck.
The rotting ribs of an old wooden vessel protrude from the sand and oyster shells on the bank of Calibogue Sound on April 10, 2014, not far from the 18th tee of Harbour Town Golf Links. In 2011, a Sea Pines resident discovered the Civil War-era shipwreck. Jay Karr
The rotting ribs of an old wooden vessel protrude from the sand and oyster shells on the bank of Calibogue Sound on April 10, 2014, not far from the 18th tee of Harbour Town Golf Links. In 2011, a Sea Pines resident discovered the Civil War-era shipwreck. Jay Karr

Sea Pines shipwreck still mystery 3 years after it was discovered

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