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Footage of this sunken fishing vessel off the coast of California near Pismo Beach, was captured in November 2019 by MBARI’s “ROV Doc Ricketts” at a depth of 422m (Dive #1214). The wreckage first appeared as an anomaly on AUV multibeam sonar surveys and later confirmed to be a shipwreck by the ROV. Little is known about this wreckage other than the name: “Linda Rose,” the port: “San Diego,” and a number that appears on several parts of the ship: “619 800.” There were no obvious signs of what caused the wreck, but it was noted that the port outrigger is swept over the top of the pilothouse and is resting to starboard, which may indicate that it possibly rolled over in fowl weather. The ship is approximately 17m long.