Dark Water Salvage (Version Beta 0.6)
(updated July 29th, 2008)

The Great Lake Naval Society is an enterprise dedicated to the search and recovery of the many ships that have sunk beneath the waves of the Great Lake throughout history. They will help subsidize small groups of shipwreck hunters with loans in order to help their efforts in finding and recovering of these important naval artifacts.

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Each player is a salvage team, racing to discover and salvage the most valuable shipwrecks. Shipwrecks are initially hidden "on the board" and through logical deduction methods and triangluation of revealed information, players can determine the location of the wrecks. Additionally, players must carefully balance the need of overspending on the loans they take out from the local Naval Historical Society; it doesn't matter if you've found the most prestigous Shipwrecks if you can't pay back your loans.

Dark Water Salvage doesn't have many downloadables, however, it does take a while to make the full set of cards.




All red boxes on the cards will need to be cut out. These are used as windows to provide information from cards that are "held beneath" them.

The Record Sheet should be printed out as one sheet, printed with one page on front, and the other page on the back, and then folded over. The inside of the Record Sheet has the single Compass, and the 12 grids for Shipwreck data keeping. I leave it to you to figure out the best way to print front-and-back on your printer of choice.