WWII Musashi Caught on Octo ROV Camera – Sibuyan sea Video


Here’s an unbelievable Octo ROV (remotely operated underwater vehicle) cam video of the Japanese battleship Musashi discovery in the islands of Romblon lie on Sibuyan Sea.

Paul Allen, founder of Microsoft, appears now to have found the wreck of HIJMS Musashi. To claim that Musashi was the most powerful battleship ever built would court needless controversy, but she was by most accounts the largest (very marginally larger than her sister, HIJMS Yamato).

Excited historians likened the discovery, if verified, to finding the Titanic, as they hailed the American billionaire for his high-tech mission that apparently succeeded after so many failed search attempts by others.

Allen posted photos and video online of parts of what he said was the battleship Musashi, found by his M/Y Octopus exploration vessel one kilometer (1.6 miles) deep on the floor of the Sibuyan Sea.

wwII musashi caught on octo rov camera sibuyan sea video
Photo. YouTube

Dozens of Japanese warships that were sunk during World War II have since been found in the Philippines, with some of them now popular dive locations.

The Sibuyan Sea where the Musashi was reportedly found is at the heart of the Philippines' central Visayas islands, and is home to busy shipping lanes.

The province is composed of three major islands: Romblon, where the capital city of Romblon is located, Tablas, the largest island in the province, and Sibuyan, the easternmost island. There are also four smaller island municipalities: Banton Island, Simara Island, Maestro de Campo Island, and Carabao Island.

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