Since you like wrecks here are some readings:
The truth is that all the fisherman in Tripoli knew the location of the ship, so M.Christian Francis called for the help of M.Mark Ellyat who truly discovered the wreck. M. Mark also claims to have found the sword of Nelson and has put it in a hidden spot on the wreck. See this link http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...shipwreck.html
Fortunately it is forbidden to dive it (people are fighting to see who will have the exclusivity, in fact only 1 person is a pita) and fortunately for the wreck it lays in deep water, the propellers are facing the sky at around 74m and the bow is at 140m. Why fortunately? Because the Lebanese people are very….hem…inclined of having artifact in their living room. And there are a lot of them, she is still intact you can still found plates with the Queen'’s face painted on it.
She is standing up and diving her is like diving a skyscraper, imagine going all the way down and then all the way up.
I’m actually trying to get an authorization, the few last expeditions where a total fiasco but at least they got to dive it…Sooner or later I will what ever the cost.