The Marina Trench is considered to be the deepest part of the Earth’s surface with a depth of 10.91 km.
The deepest point in the Tonga trench, the Horizon Deep, has a depth of 10.882 km above sea level.
The Galathea Depth in the Philippine trench is 10.54 km below sea level.
This trench lies at a considerable depth of 10.5 km below sea level.
The Kermadec Trench stretches around 1,000 km and has a maximum depth of 10.04 km.
Located in the western Pacific Ocean, the Izu-Ogasawara Trench has a maximum depth of 9.78km.
The Japan trench is part of the Pacific Ring of Fire in the northern Pacific Ocean, with a maximum depth of 9 km.
This Trench lies at a depth of
8.64 km, spotted at Milwaukee Deep and measures a length of over 800 km.
The South Sandwich Trench is at a depth of about 8.42 km, described as Meteor Deep and runs for over 956 km.
This Trench, also known as the Atacama Trench has a maximum depth of 8.06 km below sea level.