If you web search "chariot wheels red sea" all you get is endless repetition of one extremely dubious claim. Wyatt and his video are the only "evidence" that has been "brought to the surface." It hasn't been officially debunked because there simply isn't any hard evidence to examine.<quoted text>
The stone markers are on land and are inscribed with ancient text. If you google "chariot wheels red sea" you will find several sources. I'm not saying that it's proof. I think it's compelling evidence... and to date no one has exposed this as a hoax. The governments of Egypt and Saudi Arabia have refused to allow removal of these artifacts from the sea floor.
I don't see a lot of "reasonable alternatives". To my knowledge, this is the only place on earth that ancient chariot wheels have been found on the ocean floor. Why would they just happen to be found in the spot where Moses is historically believed to have parted the Red Sea?
Those who state that "no evidence" of Biblical truth exists are closing their eyes and hand-waving everything away. They are not open minded.
The current favored hypothesis for the crossing of the Red (reed) Sea by biblical scholars is that it was to the north through the marshes.