Largest wooden shipwreck in the world is recovered in China (video)

Watch Video: Unique Lifting Device – World’s Largest Wooden Shipwreck Recovered From Yangtze River.

Shanghai, China On Tuesday, the official salvage of the ship “No. 2” initiated in the Yangtze River For the first time in 15 years, China conducts a total recovery of a historic ship The wooden sailboat was built under Emperor Tongzhi during the Qing Dynasty The “No. 2” lies in the estuary at a depth of eight to ten meters The merchant ship is around 38.5 meters long, 7.8 meters wide and has 31 cabins. For the first time in the world, a special ship with a state-of-the-art lifting device is used. The “No. 2” is the most complete and largest wooden shipwreck in China

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