Shipwrecks and Sunken Vessels

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By Seamus on 3/19/2015 • Views (2255)
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 • Views (2205)
Attributes vesslterms feature_type Wrecks - Submerged, dangerous chart US,US,graph,Chart 11400 latdec 28.7362405 londec -82.8378114 depth sounding_type history quasou watlev always under water/submerged

By Seamus on 1/13/2018 • Views (2200)

By Seamus on 4/17/2012 • Views (2153)
Attributes RECRD 2659 VESSLTERMS PEGGY G FEATURE_TYPE Wreck - Submerged, dangerous to surface navigation LATDEC 30.200203 LONDEC -88.016661 GP_QUALITY High DEPTH 0 SOUNDING_TYPE YEARSUNK HISTORY HISTORYLNM33/69--F/V, 12FT OF MAST EXPOSED. LNM40/69--MAST BROKEN OFF, NO PART OF WK VISIBLE ABOVE WATER. H9109/70--OPR-468-HFP-745-70; MAST,PA SURVEY DID...

By Seamus on 5/17/2013 • Views (2253)
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 Seamus on 5/3/2013 • Views (2089)

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By Seamus on 5/6/2013 • Views (2048)
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 5/16/2014 • Views (2019)
Hinemoa

By Seamus on 4/13/2011 • Views (1999)
Collectively known as the Stanvac Barges, the ships at Port Stanvac are actually two barges and a dredge. Most of the time, the larger dredge is the focus of the dives. This one was known as the Saurian and its about 50m in length so there’s plenty to see. The ships are in about 28m of water, so bottom time is fairly limited. The silt is also qui...

By Seamus on 5/7/2011 • Views (1997)
39.65815 -72.5738833333333

By Seamus on 4/16/2017 • Views (1989)

By xfernal on 5/1/2014 • Views (1952)
On Thursday April 24, 2014, the D.M. One was sunk as a artificial reef 9 miles NE off Port St. Lucie. The wreck lays in the upright position in 186' of water. The very uppermost spot of the main upper structure above the bridge at 103' deep and the deck level is 164' deep.

By xfernal on 3/19/2015 • Views (1938)
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 3/6/2022 • Views (1914)
"Rookie" Barge Reef Type Alabama Nearshore Public Reef Zone South of Perdido Pass Reef Name "Rookie" Barge Year 2013 Material Flat Deck Steel Barge (75' X 25') GPS Latitude N30°08.227 Latitude (DD) 30.137117 GPS Longitude W87°32.117 Longitude (DD) -87.535283...

By Seamus on 3/8/2022 • Views (1935)
The Zane Grey is a 441' Liberty Ship from World War II  that was decommissioned and sunk as part of the Oregon Inlet Reef (AR-160) on December 12, 1974.    Oregon Inlet Reef  is approximately four miles Southeast of the Oregon Inlet sea buoy. It lies in 80' of water with the upper part of the boat as shallow a...

By Seamus on 5/6/2011 • Views (1877)
29.866 -81.246

By xfernal on 6/20/2016 • Views (1876)
Dredge Ohio is a 70' long a hydraulic cutter head dredge. It was sunk in the Ocean City Reef complex on June 16, 2016. The Dredge was designed and built to be disassembled, allowing it to be trucked to various locations. The dredge sank in a storm while dredging a channel in Lynnhaven Beach, Va. Salvaged but never returned to service.

By Seamus on 5/16/2014 • Views (1858)
Unidentified Bribie Island 2

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