Shipwrecks and Sunken Vessels

Fishing Status has 46512 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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By Seamus on 4/22/2011 • Rank (1369) • Views (1364) •Comments(0)
Name ORISKANY MEMORIAL REEF County ESCAMBIA Depth (in feet) 212 Relief (in feet) 134 Description "NAVY AIRCRAFT CARRIER EX-USS ORISKANY 888 FEET LONG 135 FEET DEEP TO" Date of Deployment May 17 2006 Primary Material SHIP STEEL 888' Tonnage 32000 Coordinates 30.04258, -87.00661

By Seamus on 11/27/2015 • Rank (1346) • Views (1358) •Comments(0)
The Norwegian merchant freighter Benwood (360'x51') . The Benwood came to rest stern-to on a sandy slope in approximately 25 feet (7.6 m) to 45 feet (14 m) of water between Dixie Shoals (to the north) and French Reef (to the south) off of Key Largo, Florida.

By Seamus on 4/12/2019 • Rank (1343) • Views (1343) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 4/15/2017 • Rank (1341) • Views (1341) •Comments(0)
Flat Deck Steel Barge 25'W x 66' L

By Mike Walters on 8/28/2016 • Rank (1334) • Views (1333) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 3/19/2015 • Rank (1329) • Views (1352) •Comments(0)
St. Cathan was a 210 foot-long British anti-submarine trawler. It collided with the Hebe on April 11, 1942, and sank in five minutes in 110 feet of water. Snapper, Grouper and Amberjack are on the wreck most of the time. Sand Tiger sharks are around in the Spring and Fall.

By Seamus on 3/14/2015 • Rank (1306) • Views (1306) •Comments(0)
Attributes vesslterms feature_type Wrecks - Visible chart US,US,graph,Chart 11450 latdec 24.8335198 londec -81.0673021 depth sounding_type history quasou watlev always dry

By Seamus on 9/23/2014 • Rank (1302) • Views (1302) •Comments(0)

By xfernal on 3/19/2015 • Rank (1293) • Views (1291) •Comments(0)
The Twin City Wrecks is the local name for the “Hebe,” a Dutch merchant vessel, and the British Navy’s armed trawler, “St. Cathan,” which were involved in a collision in 1942. They sank near one another in 90 to 110 feet of water. This point on the map is between the two wrecks.

By Seamus on 9/23/2014 • Rank (1282) • Views (1282) •Comments(0)
Attributes vesslterms feature_type Wrecks - Submerged, dangerous chart US,US,graph,Chart 11400 latdec 28.7637615 londec -83.2830573 depth sounding_type history quasou watlev always under water/submerged

By Seamus on 5/17/2013 • Rank (1270) • Views (1413) •Comments(0)
The SS Tuggerah, lying 2.2 kilometres off the coast of Royal National Park on Sydney's south, was one of the "Sixty Miler" steam powered colliers that plied the New South Wales coast for about 140 years from the mid-1800s till the 1990s (yes, the last one did not actually finish until the early 1990s). Built by Clyde Ship Building and Engineering C...

By Mike Walters on 8/28/2016 • Rank (1255) • Views (1256) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 5/3/2013 • Rank (1254) • Views (1254) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 9/23/2014 • Rank (1237) • Views (1237) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 9/23/2014 • Rank (1211) • Views (1211) •Comments(0)
Attributes vesslterms feature_type Wrecks - Visible chart US,US,graph,Chart 11453 latdec 24.833641 londec -81.016449 depth sounding_type history quasou watlev always dry

By Seamus on 5/6/2013 • Rank (1201) • Views (1213) •Comments(0)
Attributes RECRD 15066 VESSLTERMS F/V DOUBLE TROUBLE FEATURE_TYPE Wreck - Submerged, dangerous to surface navigation LATDEC 30.125667 LONDEC -85.7575 GP_QUALITY Low DEPTH SOUNDING_TYPE Feet and tenths YEARSUNK HISTORY LNM52/03--8thCGD, 5/2003; Dangerous wreck F/V Double Trouble

By Seamus on 9/23/2014 • Rank (1189) • Views (1189) •Comments(0)

By Sam on 8/17/2015 • Rank (1179) • Views (1179) •Comments(0)
Tug 2 Depth: 64

By Seamus on 9/23/2014 • Rank (1170) • Views (1170) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 9/23/2014 • Rank (1170) • Views (1170) •Comments(0)
Attributes vesslterms feature_type Wrecks - Submerged, nondangerous chart US,US,graph,Chart 11450 latdec 24.4991331 londec -81.0767849 depth sounding_type history quasou depth unknown watlev always under water/submerged

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