A US warship had sunk during World War II and has been discovered off the Philippines and at about 7,000 meters under the sea level, making it the world’s deepest shipwreck, a US-based exploration team has informed.
The Inchcape Rock is located in the North Sea, close to the coastal area of Angus in Scotland, to the east of estuary of Tay. It is famous for the numerous shipwrecks it has caused. Find out more in this article.
In an interview that took place recently, Iván Negueruela reported that the oldest ship, Mazarron II, preserved could vanish as a result of a hurricane or DANA – a cold spell.
A Greece-based diver and his team have found the wreck of a submarine eight decades after it had been sunk in the Aegean Sea by the Allied Forces.
The Greek Cargo vessel named Georgios G. is now a tourist attraction for visitors and locals in Tabuk that lies northwest of Saudi Arabia.
A shipwreck that took place off the Madagascar coast this week has claimed the lives of 85 people, maritime officials reportedly mentioned on Thursday, on retrieving another set of 21 bodies a day prior.
A total of 40 shipwrecked vessels were discovered near the Lampedusa coast in Sicily. The shipwrecks found date back to World War II.
A footage has emerged allegedly showing the Costa Concordia captain leaving the sinking cruise ship while hundreds of passengers were still stuck on board.