Yes, that is exactly my point. I mean losses that were originally claimed to be caused by the bermuda triangle did not occur inside it. Look at This map.
The article I read about the phenomenon did not restrict it to the Bermuda Triangle, just that it could explain unexplained ship losses where there are no survivors, in places such as the Bermuda Triangle.
I think the physics of it are arguable. I do not see why the bubbles would apply the same upward force as the reactionary force of the water. For a start, very small bubbles do not move very fast, and wouldn’t hold much kinetic energy. Consider also that the bubbles are hitting the slanted side of the ship and so would not transfer much of their energy to the ship.
I would just like to say again that I am not offering this up as a solution to the Bermuda Triangle ‘mystery’. It was offered as a solution by the article I read, I simply put it forward as an interesting phenomenon, if it exists/works.