TEHRAN (AFP) - The bodies of six Indian divers working on an Iranian oil field in the Gulf were recovered Sunday from a diving chamber that became trapped underwater when its support ship sank, officials said. A search was continuing for up to seven other crew members of the ship who were missing, believed drowned, according to the websites of Iran's oil ministry and state broadcaster. Sixty people were rescued from the stricken ship Thursday by Iranian navy and local vessels. As the ship's diving chamber contained its own limited oxygen supply, Iranian officials had initially held out hopes that the six inside might have survived.