HMS Bounty Wreck
Dive below the waters of Bounty Bay to explore what remains of the famous H.M.S. Bounty Wreck, the ship captained by the infamous Captain Bligh with a crew who mutinied in 1789, and were made famous by several books and Hollywood films. The journey of the Bounty is a storied one; but in the end the mutineers sank the ship in what is now called Bounty Bay in remote Pitcairn Island. While many parts of the ship have been recovered – including the rudder, anchors, and guns - some of her remains such as her ballast are still partially visible. Like the mutineers so long ago, PlanetHoppers! who visit Pitcairn are usually brought in by longboat into Bounty Bay. More likely than not, you may just be greeted by one of the actual descendants of the Bounty mutineers who still live on the island!
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- Location: Bounty Bay, Pitcairn Islands