Shipwrecks and Sunken Vessels

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By Seamus on 9/23/2014 • Rank (797) • Views (797) •Comments(0)
Attributes vesslterms feature_type Wrecks - Submerged, dangerous chart US,US,graph,Chart 11453 latdec 24.796296 londec -81.131331 depth 0.7 sounding_type history quasou value reported (not confirmed) watlev always under water/submerged

By Seamus on 4/17/2012 • Rank (793) • Views (793) •Comments(0)
Attributes RECRD 50127 VESSLTERMS JAMES ROLF FEATURE_TYPE Not Charted LATDEC 37.474939 LONDEC -122.484422 GP_QUALITY Poor DEPTH 0 SOUNDING_TYPE YEARSUNK HISTORY SURVEY REQUIREMENTSINFORMATION

By Seamus on 5/6/2011 • Rank (792) • Views (792) •Comments(0)
29.82 -86.2733333333333

By Seamus on 2/24/2016 • Rank (792) • Views (792) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 5/6/2011 • Rank (787) • Views (787) •Comments(0)
30.1566666666667 -87.6908333333333

By Seamus on 3/20/2011 • Rank (786) • Views (781) •Comments(0)
89' deep N33 24.311 W077 42.717 33.405179986730218 -77.711970023810863

By Seamus on 4/15/2017 • Rank (785) • Views (785) •Comments(0)
Michael Mcfadyen Converted Ly-Ee-Moon. Screw steamer; built as a paddle steamer, 1202 tons or 1001 tons. #28737. Built at Blackwall, England, 1859; reg. Sydney, 19/1878. Lbd 282.4 x 27.3 x 16.6 ft. She was the fastest paddle steamer launches in England, with a speed of 17 knots. Two funnels and three evenly-spaced masts gave her a pleasing appearan...

By xfernal on 2/16/2017 • Rank (781) • Views (781) •Comments(0)
881 Wreck

By Seamus on 5/16/2014 • Rank (780) • Views (780) •Comments(0)
Rialto

By xfernal on 9/8/2018 • Rank (771) • Views (771) •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 5/16/2014 • Rank (768) • Views (762) •Comments(0)
Unidentified Bribie Island 2

By Seamus on 4/17/2012 • Rank (764) • Views (764) •Comments(0)
Attributes RECRD 176 VESSLTERMS UNKNOWN FEATURE_TYPE Wreck - Submerged, dangerous to surface navigation LATDEC 27.609481 LONDEC -97.110264 GP_QUALITY Low DEPTH 0 SOUNDING_TYPE YEARSUNK HISTORY 00176HISTORYNM11/54--DANG SUBM WK (STEEL DRILLING BARGE) PA, IS LOCATED 250 YDS 310 DEG FROM BUOY ESTABLISHED IN LAT 27-36-30N, LONG 97-06-30W, WK IS PARTIAL...

By Seamus on 4/23/2011 • Rank (763) • Views (895) •Comments(0)
-37.943453000 144.994667000

By Seamus on 5/7/2011 • Rank (756) • Views (764) •Comments(0)
39.8332333333333 -72.1724833333333

By Seamus on 5/3/2013 • Rank (752) • Views (752) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 2/24/2016 • Rank (749) • Views (749) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 3/14/2015 • Rank (744) • Views (744) •Comments(0)
Attributes vesslterms feature_type Wrecks - Submerged, dangerous chart US,US,graph,Chart 11400 latdec 28.805551 londec -82.8351063 depth sounding_type history Multiple Wrecks quasou watlev always under water/submerged

By Seamus on 2/24/2016 • Rank (741) • Views (741) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 4/28/2016 • Rank (740) • Views (738) •Comments(0)
The Bimini Trader sunk offshore of South Bimini in 1992 and lies upside-down at a depth of 85 feet. The Trader is not far from the Bimini Barge.

By Seamus on 4/23/2011 • Rank (733) • Views (791) •Comments(0)
20.804413000 -17.025982000

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