Sea Chart 1 Wreck Detailed Photographs
Detailed surface photos show the ‘Sea Chart 1’ shipwreck in it’s origional condition
Khao Lak, Thailand – Big Blue Tech discovered these photos during a online search into more information about the Sea Chart Shipwreck and what might of lead to it’s sinking. The official report was rough seas but that is becoming more and more unlikely due to the size of the vessel and intact hull. The Thai Military released a report marking it’s official resting place.
Notice to Mariners
No. 125/2552 (Temporary)
WEST COAST OF THAILAND
Phang – nga, Khao Na Yak Westwards — Wreck.
Details : The merchant ship “SEA CHART 1” has been sunk in the position (WGS84 DATUM)
Lat. 8 ํ 34 ่.50 N., Long. 98 ํ 07 ่.92 E. (Appr.)
Mariners are warned accordingly.
Charts affected : Thai Chart Nos. 353, 307, 362 and 045.
Telegram from : Third Naval Area Command, dated 23 rd August 2009.
Issued by the Hydro-graphic Department,
Royal Thai Navy, Bangkok,
25 th August 2009.
The original document can be found here
Additionally the wreck is officially 84m long with a beam of 12m after being built in Thailand in 1970. While we are receiving more information daily from our readers we ask anyone who has more information to please send it for inclusion in this post.