Jesus crosses the Sea of Galilee several times from feeding the 5,000 in Mark 6 to the 4,000 in Mark 8, and He finally sails to the district of Dalmanutha:
10And immediately he got into the boat with his disciples and went to the district of Dalmanutha. ESV
In 2013 there were news reports of an archaeological find that may be linked to the location, mentioned in the Wikipedia article (though the NBC link there is dead):
Dalmanutha (δαλμανουθα) is the unknown destination of Jesus on the shores of the Sea of Gallilee after he fed the four thousand, as recorded in Mark's gospel, (Mark 8:10). It is sometimes believed to be in the vicinity of Magdala, the alleged home town of Mary Magdalene, since the parallel passage in Matthew's gospel, Matthew 15:39, refers instead to "Magadan", which has been taken to be a variant form of "Magdala".
Ken Dark has reported finding a possible location of Dalmanutha.1 That there was ever a town called Dalmanutha is disputed by biblical scholar Joel L. Watts. He maintains Dalmanutha is a cue to Mark's readers regarding the battle around Magdala during the Jewish Revolt.
Has study of the site since confirmed or refuted the link?