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USS Indianapolis (CL/CA-35) was a Portland-class heavy cruiser of the United States Navy, named for the city of Indianapolis, Indiana. Launched in 1931, the vessel served as the flagship for the commander of Scouting Force 1 for eight years, then as...  more »
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Various cars scatter the bottom of the river covered in grass and zebra muscles. There is a lot of wildlife in the area to view as well as the old cars.  more »
0 0 in St. Lawrence River
SS Hat Creek - A T2-SE-A1 tanker of the same build and class as Pendleton. Pendleton was constructed in 1944 at the Kaiser Company's Swan Island Yards in Portland, Oregon and as such, is named after the Oregon town of Pendleton near the Columbia River...  more »
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0 2 in Atlantic Ocean
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0 0 in Atlantic Ocean
0 3 in Sea of Japan
0 6 in Baltic Sea
0 0 in Coral Sea
0 0 in Atlantic Ocean
0 0 in Lake Huron
0 0 in Irish Sea
The King Cruiser sank on the 4th of May 1997 was miles off course after striking Anemone reef on it’s way to Koh Phi-Phi from Phuket. No one was injured and all passengers were safely evacuated. It now stands as a dive spot of choice for divers in...  more »
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(Edmund Fitzgerald in her early years as a coal fired steel hulled steamship. Even before her demise, the Fitzgerald was a well known icon of the Great Lakes to those that lived along it.) The Edmund Fitzgerald was a "Laker" type iron ore bulk freighter...  more »
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Vashon was a steel hulled double ended ferry boat built for the Kitsap County Transportation Company in 1930 by the Lake Washington Shipyard at Houghton, Washington, locally famous for reconstructing the destroyed ferryboat Peralta into the iconic Puget...  more »
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In May 1942, the United States Naval Intelligence in Pearl Harbor intercepted a message from the Japanese military, underlining a plan to deal a fatal blow to the US Navy in another surprise attack with a force of aircraft carriers and battleships. They...  more »
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Wooden derrick barge sank while being towed. Size: 90' x 28' x8'  more »
0 0 in Lake Erie
Wooden steamer sprung aleak and sank. 222' x 36' x 14'  more »
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Steel sandsucker capsized in high winds and sank. 252' x 44' x 18'  more »
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Scow-schooner carrying coal - unidentified  more »
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Three masted bark loaded with iron ore sank in a storm. 152' x 33' x 12'  more »
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Wooden steamer scuttled 281' x 41' x 7'  more »
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Tug caught fire and burned 57' x 15' x 7'  more »
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