What is the world's deepest shipwreck?

What's the deepest shipwreck ever found?
Dec 31st, 2010


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DELLISTE Christophe (from France)
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I guess it's the Japanese heavy cruiser "Suzuya" which sank during the Battle of Samar in 1944. It's in 27600 ft under surface (8410m) !!!
Source(s):
Google earth !!!
John
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According to the Guiness World Records:

"On 28 November 1996 Blue Water Recoveries Ltd (UK) discovered the wreck of the SS Rio Grande, using side-scanning sonar, at the bottom of the South Atlantic Ocean. On 30 November 1996 the find was confirmed by the company using a remotely-operated vehicle. The wreck, a World War II German blocade runner, lies at a depth of 5,762 m (18,904 ft)."

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