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15 Amazing Shipwrecks, Boat Graveyards and Abandoned Vessels Across the World

15 Amazing Shipwrecks, Boat Graveyards and Abandoned Vessels Across the World - Urban Ghosts Media

The seabed's of the world's oceans abound with amazing shipwrecks and abandoned vessels, alongside the enigmatic boat graveyards that litter our shores.

Cuando ellos llegan en Limón, los amigos buscan por el Ojo de Agua en un barco hundido. Pero después de más tiempo ellos realizan que el ojo está no aquí. Entonces ellos recuerdan señor Blake y quieren ir a su casa. Después de este, los amigos mira Blake y él invita los ellos para la cena a su apartamento.

Wreck - it's really quite staggering, the amounts of tragedy.the fear and the desperation to survive while trying to save others while facing the terrors of death. God knows the difference.

Kittiwake, Grand Cayman shipwreck #diving

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One of many fake photos of Superstorm Sandy's destruction; in this imaginative mash-up, a scuba diver explores the Street-Union Square subway stop in Manhattan

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Shipwreck of the Rouse Simmons aka Christmas Tree Ship in Lake Michigan.

Shipwreck of the famed Christmas Tree ship, aka Rouse Simmons, in Lake Michigan, by photographer Cal Kothrade.

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Sunken Russian Moma Class Elint Surveillance vessel, close to the Sudanese/Egyptian border. Al Bahr al Ahmar, Egypt. (Photo by Adam Horwood)

shicheng - the underwater city

Dive in and explore China's "Atlantis of the East"

On May 17, 2006, the USS Oriskany became the largest ship intentionally sunk as an artificial reef. The USS Oriskany was sank 24 miles South...

On May the USS Oriskany became the largest ship intentionally sunk as an artificial reef. The USS Oriskany was sank 24 miles South.

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The Russian Navy galiot Tobias Enge is believed to have gone down leaving no survivors. For more on Tobias Enge, and other shipwrecks, visit Scuba Diving.

A diver gazes at the Hilma Hooker, a cargo ship purposely sunk off the Caribbean island of Bonaire. The site is a popular destination for scuba divers.

JUNE 2015 Hull-o Photograph by Marc Henauer A diver gazes at the Hilma Hooker, a cargo ship purposely sunk off the Caribbean island of Bonaire. The site is a popular destination for scuba divers.

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