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Besides, if we wait, they may come into port. ” “All right,” a third man growled. “Let’s get under way at midnight. M. ” In the middle of the night the four men anchored their boat about a quarter-mile astern of the Recobro. After lowering an inflatable boat into the water, they paddled ahead quietly. Paul, Walt, Jim, and Todd were sound asleep in the forward compartment. Raul had a small berth on the second deck in the stern. Captain Sanchez and Amigo were sleeping in a stateroom just off the pilothouse.
Walt’s worst-case scenario had become a reality. Paul grabbed Jim’s arm and started leading him back toward the hole in the hull. There was no time to look for his facemask. Jim would have to make the return trip blindly. Again, the huge ship lifted off the reef and slammed back down. The violent pounding was having a terrible effect on the wreck. Cargo and pieces of equipment 59 SUNKEN TREASURE were becoming dislodged. Swimming became more and more difficult as the debris swirled around the Barclays.
From the size of those pieces of planking, I’d guess the hole is just the right size. But let’s have some lunch before we 40 Chapter • 7 check it out. ” At lunch Paul gave Jim and Todd an important bit of information. “We have to be careful when we enter the hull of a sunken ship. ” Especially for that purpose, he’d brought along several 125-foot pieces of strong, white, nylon line. “You may get disoriented inside the wreck,” Paul went on. “This line can help you find your way out. ” Todd asked.