“Upright Shipwreck” at Nono Lagoon, Solomon Islands. This tuna boat ran into the reef then slid down the drop-off until it came to rest upright on a deep ledge.เรือจมแนวตั้งBy: Liz Harlin

“Upright Shipwreck” at Nono Lagoon, Solomon Islands. This tuna boat ran into the reef then slid down the drop-off until it came to rest upright on a deep ledge.เรือจมแนวตั้งBy: Liz Harlin

The Unloved Boats: 8 Abandoned Cruise Ships "The World Discoverer" Simply beautiful

The Unloved Boats: 8 Abandoned Cruise Ships "The World Discoverer" Simply beautiful

The Eduard Bohlen, Conception Bay, Skeleton Coast, Namibia. The ship that ran aground off the coast of Namibia's Skeleton Coast on September 5, 1909, in a thick fog. Currently the wreck lies in the sand a distance from the shoreline.

The Eduard Bohlen, Conception Bay, Skeleton Coast, Namibia. The ship that ran aground off the coast of Namibia's Skeleton Coast on September 5, 1909, in a thick fog. Currently the wreck lies in the sand a distance from the shoreline.

The Red Sea is a treacherous body of water known for its storms, fierce currents, chains of reefs and submerged islands. As a result, the seabed is home to what is arguably one of the world’s most impressive ship graveyards, with wrecks both merchant and military scattered across the bottom.

Explore the Incredible Ship Graveyard of the Red Sea

The Red Sea is a treacherous body of water known for its storms, fierce currents, chains of reefs and submerged islands. As a result, the seabed is home to what is arguably one of the world’s most impressive ship graveyards, with wrecks both merchant and military scattered across the bottom.

Built in 1919, the Japanese cargo ship San Francisco Maru served as a transport between Japan and the “Inner South Seas” before arriving in Truk Lagoon on February 5, 1944. Two weeks later, a Grumman TBF Avenger from the USS Essex scored a direct hit, sending the it to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. Rediscovered by Jaques Cousteau in 1969, San Francisco Maru is known as the “Million Dollar Wreck” due to the value of its military cargo, including three Type 95 Ha Go tanks.

Ship Graveyard of Truk Lagoon, Micronesia

Built in 1919, the Japanese cargo ship San Francisco Maru served as a transport between Japan and the “Inner South Seas” before arriving in Truk Lagoon on February 5, 1944. Two weeks later, a Grumman TBF Avenger from the USS Essex scored a direct hit, sending the it to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. Rediscovered by Jaques Cousteau in 1969, San Francisco Maru is known as the “Million Dollar Wreck” due to the value of its military cargo, including three Type 95 Ha Go tanks.

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