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|The S.S. Camille is still standing, although quite battered from Hurricane Katrina. The gift shop, however, was completely washed away by the tidal surge, leaving behind only the slab upon which it rested. The ship was originally forced inland by Hurricane Camilleís storm surge in August 17, 1969.|
Location: Gulfport, MS
Torsk is one of two surviving Tench class Fleet Submarines in the United States. USS Torsk (SS-423) was built at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The submarine was launched on 6 September 1944, sponsored by Mrs. Allen B. Reed. Torsk was placed in commission on 16 December 1944 with Commander Bafford E...
|USCGC TANEY (WHEC-37) was constructed at the Philadelphia Navy Yard in 1935-36 as one of seven Treasury/Secretary Class cutters produced for the US Coast Guard before World War II. Home ported in Honolulu, Hawaii beginning in 1937, TANEY was attached to Destroyer Division 80 in the summer of 1941 and was in action against Japanese planes during the Pearl Harbor Attack. By virtue of her 50 ye...||08/31/2006||616|
|USS Becuna (SS/AGSS-319), an example of the standard fleet-type Balao class submarine of World War II, Becuna was commissioned in May, 1944 and conducted five wartime patrols with the U.S. Seventh Fleet. Becuna sank the 7500 ton freighter Nichiyoku Maru, two small coastal freighters, assisted USS Hawkbill with the sinking of the oiler Tokuwa Maru, and damaged another oiler. The submarine also s...||08/31/2006||548|
|Olympia (C-6) is the oldest steel warship afloat in the world. She was launched in San Francisco, California in 1892. She is similar to many early steel warships built in Philadelphia for the US Navy.|
On May 1, 1898, Olympia devastated a Spanish
fleet at Manila Bay in the Philippines, beginning
the Spanish-American War. Olympia helped
catapult the United States into ...
|A landlocked, 220 foot vertical-beam sidewheel steamship. It is the last one of it's kind. Currently located at the Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, VT. The steamship Ticonderoga, launched in 1906 from a yard at Shelburne Point.||08/29/2006||658|
|In Wesley Bolin Plaza in downtown Phoenix, you can view one of the anchors of the USS Arizona and one of her two masts. The mast and 16,000 pound anchor were salvaged from the Arizona after she was sunk by the Japanese in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The Arizona's other anchor is currently displayed at the Pearl Harbor museum in Hawaii.||08/27/2006||622|
|2 Cross Channel Hovercrafts and a collection of smaler craft at the Hovercraft mesuem||08/24/2006||298|
|Submarine in Venice.|
"Arsenale Militare di Venezia"
Additional info from McMaster_de:
It's a SSK (submarine-submarine killer) of the Toti Class. The Enrico Dandolo was finished on 16th December 1967 and disarmed in July 1999.
|USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62), USS KITTY HAWK (CV-63), USS CONSTELLATION (CV-64), USS RANGER (CV-61) and USS JOHN C. STennis (CVN-74)
|Here You can enjoy the world largest submarine-museum with the U-461 JULIETT in Peenemuende (Germany)|
The Maritime Museum in Peenemuende lies on the sunny Island of Usedom in Eastern Germany.
|HMS UNICORN was designed as one of the last of the successful Leda class frigates, 150 feet long in the hull and armed with 46 guns, Unicorns's keel was laid in February 1822 on No. 4 slip in the Royal Dockyard at Chatham, and she was launched on 30th March 1824.||05/04/2006||332|
|In 1984, the destroyer was brought to the Washington Navy Yard. She lies moored in the Anacostia River and serves as a distinctive attraction for visitors to the historic area, her former ASROC magazine converted to a display area and with some of her internal areas opened for visitors to tour.|
Barry earned two battle stars for her service in the Vietnam War.
|The houseboat known as The Astoria was purchased in the 80's by David Gilmore, the voice and guitar of Pink Floyd. Pink Floyd's two most recent albums were recorded here.||04/24/2006||589|
|Long Beach Russian Submarine|
Foxtrot 641 "Scorpion"
Located next to the Queen Mary is the Russian Submarine Exhibit. Passing through these gates visitors enter the front of the sub and work their way to the tail. Many visitors to Long Beach, California visit this site.
|HMS Wellington is the headquarters ship of the Honourable Company of Master Mariners. It is now known as the HQS Wellington. More inside.||04/17/2006||467|
|Step aboard the historic HMS President (1918) for the ultimate event experience on the River Thames, in the heart of the City of London. Moored on the Embankment next to Blackfriars Bridge, HMS President (1918) offers an impressive variety of function rooms, bars and decks open until 2a.m. that make the prefect venue for hosting dinners, parties, conferences and weddings.|
|An Allied repair ship during WW2. Picture and info in file.||04/17/2006||365|
As the Second World War raged, 46 A Class submarines were ordered by the British Government in 1943. In the end only 18 A Class boats were built and 16 of them actually commissioned, including HMS Alliance.
HMS Alliance was built by Vickers Armstrong in Barrow-in-Furness, where the majority (10) of this type of submarine were built. The rest of this class were con...
|This is the Submarine in Stockach. It's next to the train station and on top of it are sculptures of the former german defense secretary Rudolph Sharping, designed by the artist Peter Lenk.||03/27/2006||290|
|The ship hall containing the HMS Mary Rose, flagship of King Henry VIII, salvaged from the bed of the Solent and undergoing archeological restoration.||02/27/2006||341|
|This is the SS United States it is the largest OCEANLINER ever built here in the United States it has recently been bought by Norweigan Cruise Lines to be refurbished. She is on the National Preservation List and her sister ship the SS America (also on this website under ships) broke in two when she was being towed to be refurbished part of this ship lies on a beach in the Canary Island very i...||02/22/2006||486|
|Battleship Mikasa Memorial, Yokosuka City||01/31/2006||490|
|One of only two surving British WW1 warships, the 2nd oldest comissioned ship in the Royal Navy (HMS Victory being the oldest) and the sole known survior of the Battle of Jutland.||01/21/2006||569|
|Four-masted steel barque,4900 tons dwt., built as "Kurt" 1904 in Glasgow for the German nitrate trade. Confiscated by US government as WW1 reparations, bought by the famous Swedish ship-owner Gustaf Erikson. Final commercial voyage carrying Australian wheat to the UK in 1938, as immortalised by Eric Newby in "The Last Grain Race". Now "restored" as a restaurant. ||01/20/2006||348|