With waves breaking over the bow the Alexandria grounded on the sand underneath the Scarborough Bluffs, and the ship began to break up.
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On August 8, 1922, at L’Anse Amour, Newfoundland, Bromley raced the flagship through thick fog and ran her aground.
October 25, 2017 marks the 99th anniversary of the sinking of the SS Princess Sophia, a Victoria-based vessel that transported passengers up the coast to Skagway, Alaska, with several community stops along the way.
October 25, 2017 marks the 99th anniversary of the sinking of the SS Princess Sophia,…
This is a two masked wooden schooner built (estimate) in the 1800’s. Length of this shipwreck is 94 feet and is located in 110 feet of water. Located in Lake Ontario, the Tiller’s position is approximately 6 km north of Port Dalhousie. The wreck sits upright.
This is a two masked wooden schooner built (estimate) in the 1800’s. Length of this…
Sometimes it is as difficult to prove the identity of a sunken ship as it is to find it. That is central to the story of the long-sought Griffon, which disappeared in 1679.
Sometimes it is as difficult to prove the identity of a sunken ship as it…
The Princess May (first named Cass, then later, Arthur, Cass (again), Ningchow, and Hating) was 249 feet (76 m) long, 33-foot (10 m) beam, 18-foot (5.5 m) depth of hold, 1717 gross and 1394 registered tons.
You don’t have to be a scuba diver to see the wreck of the MV Ithaca. But you do have to pick the right time of day. That would be low tide, when the 80-metre ship is sitting on the sandy bottom. You can walk close enough for a good view but don’t get too close and definitely do not try to board it because the wreck is not safe.