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|Stand almost anywhere around the upper reaches of the Firth of Clyde and you will hardly fail to notice one of it's most famous landmarks.|
Locally referred to as "the sugar boat" she lies on a sandbank at the Tail o' the Bank (the upper firth anchorage) near to the promontory of Ardmore Point and was the 8325 grt Greek cargo ship CAPTAYANNIS.
On the evening of 27th...
|This is another unidentified wreck of a schooner barge in the Great lakes region, great for first dives or snorkeling!||04/25/2006||939|
|The most visited wreck in the Manitou Islands area, it sank on November 29, 1960 after running into the previously wrecked Walter L. Frost that was about 600 feet south of this wreck, but is no longer visible. She was built in Hamburg, Germany.||04/25/2006||1,031|
|Nine ships in the British Royal Navy have been called HMS Boxer. The HMS Boxer in this file is the newest, a type 22 frigate. Destroyed in 2004, she no longer exists.|
Author's Note: She exists in this file because the satellite image predates 2004. More info and pics in the inside.
|Another Shipwreck in Russia.||03/31/2006||588|
|I found a shipwreck near Murmansk.|
from Bobor Russia
|I found a shipwreck near Murmansk||03/28/2006||2,057|
|Ship Wreck near Wismar, Wismarbay // Schiffswrack in der Nähe von Wismar, Wiamarbucht||03/28/2006||601|
|ship graveyard in staten island||03/21/2006||747|
|Archeologists have found a 600 years old shipwreck from the late 1300s buried in the mud of a bay in central Stockholm. Scientists expect buried ship to be well-preserved.||03/09/2006||685|
|The M/S Estonia was a Roll-On Roll-Off car and passenger ferry built in 1979 at the German shipyard Meyer Werft in Papenburg. The M/S Estonia sank on September 28, 1994 at about 00:55 to 01:50 (UTC+2) en route from Tallinn, Estonia to Stockholm, Sweden. Out of the total 989 people on the ship only 137 were saved. The direct cause of the accident was the failure of locks on the bow vi...||03/08/2006||1,707|
|Found a shipwreck near al-Basrah / Iraq||02/13/2006||743|
|DKM Prinz Eugen wreck photo overlay in Kwajalein Atoll (to be added to W.W.II sunk ships file)|
Photo from John Liddiard (http://www.liddiard.demon.co.uk)
|Naufragio, Shipwreck, in Fortaleza, CE - Brasil.||02/04/2006||808|
|On December 7th, 2004, the crew of the M/V Selendang Ayu reported that they had lost power and were adrift off Unalaska Island. Efforts to tow the vessel failed and it went aground and broke apart between Skan Bay and Spray Cape at approximately 6pm, December 8. The Selendang Ayu carried approximately 424,000 gallons of Intermediate Fuel Oil and 18,000 gallons of Marine Diesel.||01/25/2006||672|
|Side scan sonar image of a french submarine lost in WW1||01/20/2006||915|
|The Boss 400 was the biggest floating crane in Africa when the towing lines broke and hit the rocks in a storm.||01/16/2006||902|
|High res area of northern Canada with a shipwreck pic included||01/06/2006||1,978|
|Perhaps the world's second most famous shipwreck behind only the Titanic, and the most mind-boggling of modern times. http://www.ssefo.com/||12/26/2005||1,550|
|Just thought somebody might enjoy another shipwreck.||12/26/2005||1,465|
|This is a folder of many shipwrecks throughout the world.||11/22/2005||1,902|
|The shallow wreck site of the Liberty ship , the Richard Montgomery.|
Contained over seven thousand tons of explosives, the Richard Montgomery, grounded and sank on the 20th August 1944, off Sheerness Middle Sand in about 33ft of water at low tide.
Although part of the cargo was salvaged, 3,173 tonnes were left aboard; enough, that if the ship were to blow up, it would be the ...
|In Alang, Inda, some 4000 ships have been wrecked on the coast. It's a large wreckyard where condemned ships/tankers are being disassembled after years of service.||11/22/2005||1,201|
|The AMOCO CADIZ ran aground off the coast of Brittany, France on March 16, 1978, spilling 68.7 million gallons of oil. It currently is #6 on the list of the largest oil spills of all time.|
The sunken ship is located 48°35' 56.35" N 4° 43' 05.62" W
in front of Porsall where the anchor is exposed
|Ships discarded for scrap.||10/04/2005||401|