Shipwrecks and Sunken Vessels

Fishing Status has 43265 Shipwrecks and Sunken Vessels in the database. Providing cover and shelter to many different species of fish, shipwrecks are fish magnets that many call home.

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Most Popular Shipwrecks

By Seamus on 11/12/2015 • Rank (4364) • Views (4364) •Comments(0)
The Barcoola is an old steel fishing trawler that was sunk in 1994. Frequently found on the wreck are grouper, cod, kingfish, cobia, rays, and bull sharks.

By Seamus on 4/22/2011 • Rank (2810) • Views (2829) •Comments(0)
Port Victoria, Wardang Island. Snapper, Whiting, Snook, Garfish, Water depth 2m.

By Seamus on 3/20/2011 • Rank (1679) • Views (1679) •Comments(0)
33.5418333333333 -77.9481666666667

By Seamus on 10/26/2013 • Rank (1678) • Views (1673) •Comments(0)
24 NO.646; BARGE; SUNK 9/24/52 BY MARINE CASUALTY 103' deep  Lots of good ledges SW of the wreck.

By Seamus on 12/21/2016 • Rank (1651) • Views (1651) •Comments(0)
German submarine U-853 was a German Type IXC/40 U-boat of the Kriegsmarine during World War II. Her keel was laid down on 21 August 1942 by AG Weser of Bremen. She was commissioned on 25 June 1943 with Kapitänleutnant Helmut Sommer in command. U-853 saw action during the Battle of the Atlantic in World War II. She conducted three patrols, si...

By xfernal on 11/7/2016 • Rank (1649) • Views (1646) •Comments(0)
The Kinta S is a 155 feet long cargo ship, that was sunk as an artifical reef approximately 11.1 miles from Port Aransas, TX and 10.5 miles from the Packery Channel in Corpus Christi, TX. This is the largest ship to be turned into a reef since 2006, when the Texas Clipper, at 473 feet, was scuttled. The freighter was built in Japan, and launched...

By Seamus on 10/23/2014 • Rank (1597) • Views (1597) •Comments(0)
German submarine U-576 was a Type VIIC U-boat of the Nazi German Kriegsmarine during World War II. She carried out five patrols, sank four ships of 15,450 GRT and damaged two more of 19,457 GRT. The boat was sunk by depth charges from two US aircraft and gunfire from a merchant ship, near Hatteras, NC, in July 1942. She is resting in over 3,0...

By Seamus on 5/3/2013 • Rank (1522) • Views (1522) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 3/27/2011 • Rank (1498) • Views (1498) •Comments(0)
Name RODEO SITE - JOHNNY MORRIS County BROWARD Depth (in feet) 200 Relief (in feet) 0 Description "237 FEET LONG SHIP ""M/V SUCRE""" Date of Deployment April 27 1996 Primary Material SHIP STEEL 240' Tonnage 0 Coordinates 26.23971667, -80.05685

By xfernal on 7/15/2016 • Rank (1494) • Views (1494) •Comments(0)
Unknown Wreck

By Seamus on 9/23/2014 • Rank (1435) • Views (1435) •Comments(0)

By xfernal on 5/30/2016 • Rank (1425) • Views (1425) •Comments(0)
The Ocean Wind is an 87 foot, 141-ton tug boat that was sunk in January 2016 about 10 miles offshore of Pensacola, Florida in the Gulf of Mexico. The ship now rest in 87 feet of water.

By Seamus on 10/26/2013 • Rank (1417) • Views (1421) •Comments(0)
Weldon Hall wreck is located in approximately 78' of water.

By Seamus on 5/7/2011 • Rank (1376) • Views (1376) •Comments(0)
40.38565 -73.6008

By Seamus on 4/17/2012 • Rank (1261) • Views (1261) •Comments(0)

By xfernal on 6/13/2013 • Rank (1215) • Views (1232) •Comments(0)
She was built in Blackwall Yard, London by Money and Wigrams in 1847 for the Chester & Holyhead Railway Company for a passenger service between Holyhead and Kingstown (Dun Laoghaire) and Howth.   From 1858 to 1859 she was loaned to the Scilly Isles Steam Navigation Company until their new ship the SS Little Western was ready. She w...

By Seamus on 5/6/2011 • Rank (1211) • Views (1209) •Comments(0)
27.8533833333333 -83.6195166666667

By Seamus on 4/22/2011 • Rank (1142) • Views (1175) •Comments(0)
Spencer Gulf. 20 minutes from Port Victoria. Water depth 6m.

By Seamus on 12/25/2013 • Rank (1141) • Views (1167) •Comments(0)
The SS Atlas was sailing alone from Houston, Texas to Seawarren, New Jersey loaded with 83,00 barrels of gasoline. At 0250 EWT, a torpedo struck the #6 tank on the starboard side causing gasoline to leak and shower the entire ship. The fumes were so strong that many of the crew had difficulty breathing. The Captain ordered an immediate abandon ship...

By Seamus on 3/19/2015 • Rank (1123) • Views (1160) •Comments(0)
The SS Hebe was a Dutch cargo transport which struck the British armed trawler, HMT St Cathan (FY 234), on Saturday April 11th 1942.  Both ships were under blackout orders.  All 31 crew members of the Hebe survived. The Hebe was built in 1916 by Boele´s Scheepswerven En Machinefabriek, in Bolnes, South Holland, Netherlands.  T...

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New and Updated Shipwrecks

By xfernal on 9/8/2018 • Rank (34) • Views (34) •Comments(0)
"In early April of 1942, Malchace was transiting alone carrying a load of soda ash from Baton Rouge, La., to Hopewell, N.J. Disaster struck in the early morning hours on April 9, when U-160 attacked the unarmed Malchace. The ship was struck by a torpedo on the port side, just forward of the number four hold. The captain, Henry...

By Seamus on 8/22/2018 • Rank (178) • Views (178) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 8/22/2018 • Rank (25) • Views (25) •Comments(0)

By CaptainAlex on 8/20/2018 • Rank (32) • Views (32) •Comments(0)
The nearshore fishing right now off of Charleston, SC is on fire. Tons of king mackerel, Spanish mackerel and bottom fishing are being caught right now. Kings and spanish can be found anywhere from the jetties to 150ft. The most productive depths have been 40-80ft, while slow trolling live bait. We just wrapped up our red snapper season, and foun...

By Sean Peezy on 8/15/2018 • Rank (0) • Views (58) •Comments(0)

By Sean Peezy on 8/15/2018 • Rank (0) • Views (49) •Comments(0)

By John on 8/10/2018 • Rank (72) • Views (72) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 7/30/2018 • Rank (99) • Views (99) •Comments(0)
SHIP STEEL 200' 33333333

By Reel Broke on 7/28/2018 • Rank (86) • Views (86) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 7/25/2018 • Rank (40) • Views (40) •Comments(0)