This snippet of news was kindly donated by the wee blonde fella. It turns out that Google have updated their SEA view again, this time with the wreck of the Mary Celeste in Bermuda, so if you can't make it to Bermuda for a dive on it, you can take a virtual tour online.
"Google has mapped the wreck of paddle steamer the Mary Celeste, which sank in 1864 and sparked a maritime mystery. The
wreck was catalogued as part of Google Street View using images from
the Catlin Seaview Survey and allows computer users to browse the
remains of the ship without getting wet. The ruined vessel rests some 55 feet below the waves off the coast of Bermuda complete with one of its huge wheels."