The Santa Maria
On Christmas Day, 1492, this sturdy little historic ship was run aground and salvaged for wood
Designed to sink Union Navy ships and block Southern ports, but sank twice in the testing process, killing 13 of the crew.
In May 1862, the Monitor went down in heavy seas off Cape Hatteras with 16 crew members on New Year’s Eve.
It is better known for its sturdy construction and is still afloat after 213 years, today serving as a museum in Boston.
Battleship U.S.S. Missouri
One of the famous ships among Ronald Reagan’s 600-ship fleet plan in 1984.
Considered to be one of the largest wooden warships ever built, to serve both the French and Spanish fleets.
Battleship U.S.S. Maine
On Feb 15, 1985, while anchored in the shallow waters near Havana Harbour, it was blown by an explosion,
German Battleship Bismarck
The largest and fastest warship afloat in 1941 to have struck a terror at the heart of the British Navy.
Battleship U.S.S. Arizona
On December 7, 1941, the surprise attack by the Japanese tore it apart and killed 1,177 crew members.
British Luxury Liner RMS Titanic
On its maiden voyage on April 10, 1912, it had struck an iceberg five days later and sank in the North Atlantic.