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Underwater Linear Features, Bahamas

The linear feature below is underwater off the coast of Dunmore Town and is approximately 1.5 miles long by 80 feet wide.  The average 4 lane bridge is approximately 42 feet in width.

Linear Features: Bahamas, Current  Island- Site 1

Linear Features: Bahamas, Current Island- Site 1

Linear Features: Bahamas, Current  Island- Site 1

Linear Features: Bahamas, Current Island- Site 1


The linear feature below is approximately 1.8 miles long by 85 feet wide.  Notice the darker line at the top of the linear feature.

Linear Features: Bahamas Current Island- Site 2

Linear Features: Bahamas Current Island- Site 2


It is uncertain if the linear features are modern or ancient in origin.  If you have any information on the features in question, please send us a comment via e-mail or post a comment to this article. 




posted @ Wednesday, September 08, 2010
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Are these anywhere near the Bimini Road? have you tried to explore that are further with Google Earth?

posted @ Thursday, August 09, 2012 3:24 PM by Adrienne

They look like propeller scars to me. They're probably from a larger ship with twin propellers that had just enough draft to maneuver, but not enough that it didn't disturb the darker sand or plant life on the sea floor.

posted @ Tuesday, August 14, 2012 12:50 AM by Kevin

A ship with propellers 85 feet apart? Would have to be a very large ship...and twin screws are not all that common on merchant ships of that size. How deep is the water there? A ship with a beam exceeding 85 feet would probably draw in excess of 25 feet.

posted @ Wednesday, August 15, 2012 1:21 PM by Ben

NORAD old sea base lines. So quit making a big deal of everything

posted @ Thursday, August 16, 2012 5:07 PM by Lacholan

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