Remotely operated underwater vehicle to inspect YM Efficiency's lost containers

By Max McKinney
Updated November 9 2018 - 9:28am, first published November 8 2018 - 8:00pm
SMASHED: Scenes of debris from the YM Efficiency carrier scattered along the Boulder Bay and Yacaaba Headland in Port Stephens. Picture: Simon McCarthy
SMASHED: Scenes of debris from the YM Efficiency carrier scattered along the Boulder Bay and Yacaaba Headland in Port Stephens. Picture: Simon McCarthy

IN SHADES of film director James Cameron’s famous exploration of the Titanic, a remotely operated underwater vehicle will be used to inspect sunken shipping containers off the Newcastle coast in coming weeks.

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