On November 25, 1968 the M/V TRIPLE CROWN sank off the coast of Santa Barbara while handling anchors for the offshore drilling rig BLUEWATER II. Sixteen of the twenty-five crew were rescued. The next day divers recovered seven bodies from the sunken vessel, and the two remaining crew were never found.
I used my towed camera sled to film this. The sled uses a handful of BR parts, including a couple thrusters to control the heading. This wreck is in about 280’ of water, and the area it is located in usually has very poor visibility, but this day was very good so I put together a video since you can actually see a good deal of the wreck.