A brief introduction to the history and excavation of the Storm Wreck. This video includes underwater footage from August 2013, when we have had the best visibility on the shipwreck since its discovery in 2009.

The formal unveiling of the Storm Wreck cannons at the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum, narrated by LAMP Director Chuck Meide, 18 November 2011

Cleaning the iron cannons from the Storm Wreck, narrated by LAMP Archaeological Conservator Starr Cox, October 2011

Raising an iron cannon from the Storm Wreck, 28 June 2011

The cleaning and formal unveiling of the ship’s bell at the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum, January 2011

Underwater video of the ship’s bell and iron cannons, recorded on the day of their discovery, 17 December 2010 

Raising the large iron cauldron from the Storm Wreck, 14 July 2010. Video courtesy of our colleagues at the Florida Public Archaeology Network.

Underwater footage of the large iron cauldron rigged for lifting, July 2010. While this video shows very poor visibility, this was the best we had encountered on the wreck at that point and this was the first time we actually saw, instead of feeling by touch, the cauldron. This cauldron was the first recognizable artifact discovered on the wreck site.