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|There are a number of ships that look wrecked around this area. This one appears to be listing heavily.||05/18/2006||580|
|This island was discovered by the Spanish explorer Juan Sebastián Elcano on March 18, 1522. Elcano did not name the island, however.|
Having found the island unnamed, the Dutch captain Anthonie van Diemen named it Nieuw Amsterdam (Dutch for New Amsterdam) after his ship in 1633.
French Captain François Péron, was marooned three years on this island. Péron had been o...
|Wrecked Ilyushin 18 at Karaganda airport in Kazakhstan||05/25/2011||388|
|Wrecked Automobiles as a result of hurricane Katrina||12/15/2007||732|
|Old Wrecked Jet Fighters at Russian airbase||11/30/2007||601|
|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||1,152|
|It's not actually a wrecked plane, according to a user at GEC: "Actually, this is not a wreck in the sense of a crashed aircraft. This is a "parts bird" as the Navy calls them. When an aircraft gets too high in flight time, they turn it into parts. It is sort of a one airplane junkyard for the squadrons there. At the time this flyover was done, this aircraft probably was belonging to VF-201, wh...||08/12/2006||1,482|
|Wrecked Cabin Cruiser as a result of hurricane Katrina||12/14/2007||783|
|One of the best ports I ever visited and quite an interesting place peopled since Neolithic times. |
St. Paul was ship wrecked on Malta. Later it became home to the Knights Hospitalers.
It has a history that dreams are made of...
(Just google Bogart and Malta)
| This real boat (it is not a copy!) wrecked on the beach of Port-Barcarès, south of France, is actually a casino.|
Built and inaugurated in Denmark in 1931 with the name of Moonta, this boat was a cruiser in Australia till 1951.
Sold, modified, it becomes a ferry between Marseille and Beirut, with the name of Lydia.
Sold in 1967, it becomes the symbol of the new tourist town...
|HMS Trincomalee is a Royal Navy Leda-class sailing frigate built shortly following the end of the Napoleonic Wars. After serving as a hulk, she was restored to her original appearance, and now serves as a museum ship.|
The Trincomalee is one of two surviving frigates of this era. She was built in Bombay India in 1817, out of teak, due to oak shortages in Britain as a result of shi...
|A wrecked airlinerMehr Abad airport in Iran||07/04/2009||543|