The first tests using this new side-looking sonar will take place in spring 2022 – off Samar Island. "We're going to use the Johnston," Vescovo says, "we're going to use the Johnston as a way to double-check the sonar to make sure it works properly, and then we're going to take it even deeper, where we are pretty sure the Gambier Bay, the Hoel and some of the Japanese wrecks are, even deeper. They could be in 8,000m (26,246ft), but no-one has any idea where they are, and we hope we're going to find them."
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