Shipwrecks and Sunken Vessels

Fishing Status has 47038 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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Wrecks

Most Popular Shipwrecks

By Seamus on 5/17/2013 • Views (1654)
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 9/23/2014 • Views (1503)

By Seamus on 9/23/2014 • Views (1499)

By Seamus on 3/14/2015 • Views (1492)
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 • Views (1475)

By Seamus on 9/23/2014 • Views (1463)
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 5/6/2013 • Views (1475)
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 xfernal on 5/1/2014 • Views (1451)
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 Seamus on 4/13/2011 • Views (1438)
Name MISENER BARGE County MANATEE Depth (in feet) 25 Relief (in feet) 8 Description 100 X 35 X 8 FOOT BARGE ACCIDENTALLY SUNK BY MISENER MARINE Date of Deployment December 19 1985 Primary Material BARGE STEEL 100 Tonnage 0 Coordinates 27.54463333, -82.8451

By Seamus on 9/23/2014 • Views (1408)
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 xfernal on 9/7/2015 • Views (1400)
Unknown wreck

By Seamus on 1/13/2018 • Views (1386)

By Seamus on 5/6/2011 • Views (1373)
29.866 -81.246

By Seamus on 5/16/2014 • Views (1373)
Hinemoa

By Seamus on 9/23/2014 • Views (1361)

By Sam on 8/17/2015 • Views (1355)
Tug 2 Depth: 64

By Seamus on 5/8/2011 • Views (1356)
Attributes RECRD 145 VESSLTERMS E.L. COTTINGHAM FEATURE_TYPE Not Charted LATDEC 26.966975 LONDEC -85.16655 GP_QUALITY Low DEPTH 0 SOUNDING_TYPE YEARSUNK HISTORY 00145DESCRIPTION 01 1906 24 NO.8738; SCHOONER, 523 GT, SUNK 6/10/06 BY MARINE CASUALTY SURVEY REQUIREMENTSNOT DETERMINED

By Seamus on 9/23/2014 • Views (1338)
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

By Seamus on 12/1/2015 • Views (1353)
The tanker Joseph M. Cudahy, torpedoed and sunk during World War II northwest of Key West, Florida in 1942. Official Name: Joseph M. Cudahy  Vessel Type: Tanker  Vessel Class: 7,053 gross ton class Tanker (10,440 dwt)  Year Built: 1921  Builder: Sun Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company (Sun Ship), Chester, PA Builder&...

By Sam on 8/17/2015 • Views (1334)
Anona

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New and Updated Shipwrecks

By Seamus on 9/21/2021 • Views (16)

By xfernal on 9/21/2021 • Views (39)
The towing vessel American is the first addition to AR-165, a new reef site, about 7 miles south of the Oregon Inlet sea buoy off Dare County. This...

By xfernal on 9/20/2021 • Views (62)
Kiptopeke Concrete Ships has some decent Croaker, Striped Bass, and Black Sea Bass on them. 

By xfernal on 9/20/2021 • Views (45)
South end of the Kiptopeke Concrete Ships

By xfernal on 9/20/2021 • Views (43)
North end of the Kiptopeke Concrete Ships

By Seamus on 3/23/2021 • Views (167)

By Seamus on 3/23/2021 • Views (195)

By Seamus on 3/7/2021 • Views (200)
Source: NOAA AWOIS

By Seamus on 3/7/2021 • Views (195)
Source: NOAA AWOIS

By Seamus on 3/7/2021 • Views (310)
Source: NOAA AWOIS