Florida beach erosion uncovers wooden ship from 1800s


              Arielle Cathers jots down information in a notebook at the site of an exposed wooden structure in the sand Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022, in Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. Severe beach erosion caused by two late-season hurricanes helped partially uncover what appears to be part of an 80-foot-long (24-meters) ship in the sand on Daytona Beach Shores, officials said. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
            
              Suzzanna Rogers, left, and Olivia Storkamp, volunteers working with archaeologists, dig in the sand exposing part of a wooden structure on the shore, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022, in Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. Severe beach erosion caused by two late-season hurricanes helped partially uncover what appears to be part of an 80-foot-long (24-meters) ship in the sand on Daytona Beach Shores, officials said. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
            
              Archaeologist Christopher McCarron takes measurements of a structure exposed in the sand, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022, in Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. Severe beach erosion caused by two late-season hurricanes helped partially uncover what appears to be part of an 80-foot-long (24-meters) ship in the sand on Daytona Beach Shores, officials said.(AP Photo/John Raoux)
            
              Arielle Cathers jots down information in a notebook at the site of an exposed wooden structure in the sand Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022, in Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. Severe beach erosion caused by two late-season hurricanes helped partially uncover what appears to be part of an 80-foot-long (24-meters) ship in the sand on Daytona Beach Shores, officials said. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
            
              Suzzanna Rogers, left, and Olivia Storkamp, volunteers working with archaeologists, dig in the sand exposing part of a wooden structure on the shore, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022, in Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. Severe beach erosion caused by two late-season hurricanes helped partially uncover what appears to be part of an 80-foot-long (24-meters) ship in the sand on Daytona Beach Shores, officials said. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
            
              Archaeologist Christopher McCarron takes measurements of a structure exposed in the sand, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022, in Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. Severe beach erosion caused by two late-season hurricanes helped partially uncover what appears to be part of an 80-foot-long (24-meters) ship in the sand on Daytona Beach Shores, officials said.(AP Photo/John Raoux)
            
              Arielle Cathers jots down information in a notebook at the site of an exposed wooden structure in the sand Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022, in Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. Severe beach erosion caused by two late-season hurricanes helped partially uncover what appears to be part of an 80-foot-long (24-meters) ship in the sand on Daytona Beach Shores, officials said. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
            
              Suzzanna Rogers, left, and Olivia Storkamp, volunteers working with archaeologists, dig in the sand exposing part of a wooden structure on the shore, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022, in Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. Severe beach erosion caused by two late-season hurricanes helped partially uncover what appears to be part of an 80-foot-long (24-meters) ship in the sand on Daytona Beach Shores, officials said. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
            
              Archaeologist Christopher McCarron takes measurements of a structure exposed in the sand, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022, in Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. Severe beach erosion caused by two late-season hurricanes helped partially uncover what appears to be part of an 80-foot-long (24-meters) ship in the sand on Daytona Beach Shores, officials said.(AP Photo/John Raoux)
            
              Arielle Cathers jots down information in a notebook at the site of an exposed wooded structure in the sand, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022, in Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. Severe beach erosion caused by two late-season hurricanes helped partially uncover what appears to be part of an 80-foot-long (24-meters) ship in the sand on Daytona Beach Shores, officials said. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
            
              Christopher McCarron, left, and Arielle Cathers, members of a team of archaeologists, study a wooden structure in the sand Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022, in Daytona Beach, Fla. Severe beach erosion caused by two late-season hurricanes helped partially uncover what appears to be part of an 80-foot-long (24-meters) ship in the sand on Daytona Beach Shores, officials said. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
            
              Members of a team of archaeologists study a wooden structure in the sand, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022, in Daytona Beach, Fla. Severe beach erosion caused by two late-season hurricanes helped partially uncover what appears to be part of an 80-foot-long (24-meters) ship in the sand on Daytona Beach Shores, officials said. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
Florida beach erosion uncovers wooden ship from 1800s