Sea - Shipwrecks
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@ 2006-07-09 21:01:13
The coast of Africa seems to have an endless supply of these things... I assume that they strip these things down before leaving the hulk to rust...
@ 2009-03-25 13:09:13
The Eduard Bohlen was a ship that ran aground off the coast of Namibia's Skeleton Coast on September 5, 1909, in a thick fog. Currently the wreck lies in the sand a distance from the shoreline.
The ship was a 2,272 gross ton cargo ship with a length of 310 feet. In September 1909, it ran aground in thick fog and wrecked at Conception Bay while on a voyage from Swakopmund to Table Bay.
Cruise ship in trouble
SOS!!! A sunken ship
Abandoned ship at high tide
Wreck of the Battleship USS Utah (BB-31) sunk during attack on Pearl Harbor
Wreck of SS Jassim
Abondoned ships near Chernobyl
Captayannis (Sunken ship)
Abandoned Ships in Curtis Bay
Wreck of the cruise ship World Discoverer
Wreck of a German U-Boat
Shipwreck of destroyer USS Thompson (DD-305) in San Francisco Bay
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