It is estimated by the United Nations that there are more than 3 million shipwrecks around the world. Each of these vessels are a piece of history that tells a great tale of what once was. Some of these vessels are beached, while others you’ll need to take dive into the big blue to see. Sadly there are millions other ships lost to Davy Jones that will never been seen again…
Canadian schooner- Ontario Lake, Canada Sunk in 1885.
Sunken Brazilian Yacht, Antarctica
The Bessie White, Fire Island, NY. Unearthed by Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
Scapa Flow Orkney Islands, Scotland More than 50 WWI Vessels.
Truk Lagoon, Micronesia. 50 Japanese vessels and 270 aircraft.
Skeleton Coast, Namibia, Africa. More than a 1,000 vessel liter the coast.
Moreton Island, 1963, 15 purposely sunken boats to create anchorage.
Dimitrios shipwreck, Gythio, Greece
“Russian Wreck”, Zabagad Island, South Egyptian Red Sea
SS Ayrfield in Homebush Bay, Sydney, Australia
American Star luxury liner, wrecked at Fuerteventura in 1994. Eventually fell apart and was claimed by the sea in 2007
Shipwreck of the Panagiotis on Zakynthos island, Greece