Acknowledgements
The Closing in on the Fortuyn Project is one of the activities commemorating 400 years since Dirk Hartog’s 1616 First Landing in Western Australia. The project is kindly sponsored by the Maritime Program of the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Canberra, and John Mullin of the Silentworld Foundation. We are particularly indebted to Terry Salmond, Pablo Boorsma, Martijn Manders, Peter Taylor of the Maritime Archaeology Association of Victoria and Seismic Asia Pacific Pty Ltd . Alec Coles and Jeremy Green, have also given help with the project to date. Thanks also to Geoscience Australia and the Australian Hydrographic Service

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