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huffingtonpost.com Archaeologists recovered the first anchor from what's believed to be the wreck of the pirate Blackbeard's flagship off the North Carolina coast Friday, a move that might change plans about how to save the rest of the almost 300-year-old artifacts from the...
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urbanghostsmedia.com "The world’s oceans abound with shipwrecks and a multitude of other nautical artifacts. Lurking deep beneath the waves of the planet’s most inhospitable waters are some of history’s most grand and feared ships, presenting divers with a...
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bbc.co.uk Two shipwrecked barges involved in a river disaster in Gloucestershire 50 years ago have been refused protection by English Heritage. Five crew members died when the two vessels struck the Severn Rail Bridge, near Sharpness, in dense fog in 1960. A...
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usatoday.com "Great Lakes explorer Frederick Shannon retired from diving about five years ago because of declining health. The 64-year-old former police officer, who lives near Flint, Mich., is best known for his explorations of the wreckage of the sunken freighter...
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cnn.com The hull of a ship likely made in the 1700s was discovered at the World Trade Center site Tuesday. Archaeologists say that it probably was sunk there in the effort to add land to Manhattan in the early 19th century. Molly McDonald, an archaeologist with...
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youtube.com The L.R. Doty 300-foot-long steamship that sank in 1898 in a violent Lake Michigan storm has been found off the Milwaukee-area shoreline. Divers say the intact vessel appears to have been perfectly preserved by the cold fresh waters.
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kmtr.com The ship "Helen E” has made a brief appearance on the southern Oregon coast. Locals may remember the World War II U.S. Navy submarine Chaser. It was grounded on the beach in 1951, but low tides and recent storms off the North Spit in Coos Bay pulled...
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abc.net.au The crew on board Seahorse Spirit found the Centaur 30 nautical miles off the southern tip of Moreton Island in south-east Queensland at the weekend. The Centaur was sunk by the Japanese in 1943, killing 268 people. The search ship arrived back in...
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news.nationalgeographic.com Recently photographed for the first time, the gold rush-era sternwheeler A.J. Goddard was discovered sitting upright and remarkably intact in a lake in the Yukon Territory, Canada, in July 2008. Like an early 20th-century snapshot, "everything is just...
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news.bbc.co.uk Sailors often whisper of monster waves when ships sink mysteriously but, until now, no one quite believed them. As part of a project called MaxWave - which was set up to test the rumours - two Esa satellites surveyed the oceans. During a three week period...
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cnn.com On Wednesday a long-awaited report on the sinking of the Sydney II ended the mystery that began when it met its fate, November 19, 1941. Made to look like a cargo ship, the German vessel was in fact a military raider that fired on the Australians when...
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news.bbc.co.uk Underwater archaeologists in Italy have discovered the wrecks of five ancient Roman ships in the Mediterranean, with their cargo still largely intact.
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buffalonews.com For as long as 175 years, a shipwrecked schooner that had once sailed the Great Lakes, bringing grain and other goods to and from a just-burgeoning Buffalo, has laid virtually unscathed at the bottom of Lake Erie just west of Dunkirk. A group of shipwreck...
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palltimes.com "On Saturday, Shipwreck discoverer Jim Kennard told the standing-room-only crowd at the 2009 Great Lakes Underwater Conference of his most recent and extremely rare find of a dagger board schooner at the bottom of Lake Ontario."
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numismaster.com "HMS Victory sank in the English Channel on Oct. 4, 1744, taking 1,150 sailors and four tons of Portuguese gold to the bottom of Davy Jones' locker. About 200,000 gold coins are believed to be part of the treasure, whose sinking caused a major...
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edition.cnn.com Deep-sea explorers say they have solved "one of the greatest mysteries in naval history" with the discovery of what was "the world's mightiest and most technically advanced warship" when it sank in 1744.The HMS Victory -- the predecessor to a historic...
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msnbc.msn.com Lt. Cmdr. Jim Abele commanded the USS Grunion, a submarine sunk during World War II that was finally found by his sons on the slope of an underwater volcano near Kiska, at the western tip of Alaska’s Aleutian Islands.
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orangebeach.ws "Hurricane Ike's winds devastated the Gulf Coast last weekend. However those same winds have also uncovered an ancient relic, a mystery ship. An unidentified wooden shipwreck discovered two years ago after Hurricane Ivan hit the Alabama Gulf Coast on...
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news.bbc.co.uk Underwater footage from the wreck of a German U-boat sunk more than 90 years ago has been released.
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youtube.com Video footage of the HMS Ontario sunk in 1780 in lake Ontario. The ship was found by Dan Scoville and Jim Kennard in June 2008.
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youtube.com Dan Scoville is interviewed on Fox News about the discovery of the Revolutionary War shipwreck HMS Ontario.
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liveleak.com British sailor Dom Mee and his 14 foot kite-propelled boat named the Little Murka get caught in severe weather on a journey from Canada to England. The Little Murka was lashed by 70 km/h winds in seas up to 18 m high, and it lost its sea anchor, which...
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theaustralian.news.com.au THE first photographs have been released of the HMAS Sydney sitting at a depth of 2400m, 112 nautical miles off Dirk Hartog Island. The seven pictures show wreckage strewn on top of “Y” turret, and “B” turret with evidence of a direct hit by the German...
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youtube.com An American company is in the process of determining the value of a haul of sunken treasure, thought to be the biggest ever discovered. Odyssey Marine Exploration says it is examining more than half-a-million coins from the shipwreck as part of a find...
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sea-viewdiving.com The Tug Smith sank in October 1930 on Lake Erie near Long Point while in tow to Sarnia for repairs lies in 165 feet of water.
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