The sinking of the Titanic was one of the worst marine disasters in all of history, and the Britannic also sank, after colliding with a mine in the Aegean Sea. The catastrophe was far less dramatic than that of the Titanic, but 30 people died and the remaining 1,035 survivors had to be saved from the water and lifeboats.
MV Legends from Hurghade, Egypt offers dive safaris to visit a part of history for divers.
"It is not to easy to navigate in these narrow waters"
“That’s it! That’s it!”
Mallows Bay is a fairly unassuming shelter on the Maryland side the Potomac River, where the current twists and curves east. Stand on the bank and study the shallow water closely and your eye will drift over the partially-submerged hulls
Enjoy this video/interview with Rick Stanley, Owner of Ocean Quest Dive Adventures in Newfoundland. Rick talks about diving adventures on the Bell Island shipwrecks and mines in Canada. A definite "bucket list" for any diver. learn more at :: www.oceanquestadventures.com
SS William Hope after beaching. Photo credit:::Wikimedia Commons On October 28, 1884, the winds were beginning to pick up as the SS William Hope sailed towards its destination, Burghead, on the North Sea coast of Scotland. Their goal?
According to the recently recovered passenger records from RMS Titanic, the third class passengers who died when the liner sank were dumped back in the freezing waters so that the bodies belonging to the higher classes could be saved. The crew
A ghost/phantom ship, is a vessel with no living crew aboard; it may be a ghostly vessel in folklore or fiction. The Flying Dutchman, and the Mary Celeste quickly come to mind. The term is sometimes used for ships that have been decommissioned but not yet scrapped, as well as drifting
Spooky legends about mysterious vessels that roam the seas with no one aboard have been told and retold by sailors for centuries, sparking both horror and fascination. From flying ghost ships to unexplained disappearances and boats manned by corpses, there has never been a shortage