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# Are the spoils on a sunken ship truly lost?

2018-03-28 17:26:10

When a crew's ship is sunk, are any treasures on it completely lost? or is there ways to retrieve the riches on that boat?

For instance, if my boat was sunk right next to an island, could the treasures be retrieved on the seafloor?