Abandoned ships from around the world
• Abandoned ships from around the world
According to rough estimates of the United Nations, in all there are more than 3 million vessels shipwrecked. These once majestic ships that now lie on the seabed or are on the coast, are a reminder that nothing in this world lasts forever. Once these ships scoured the sea, and now serve as a sad reminder of days gone by.
Hodivshee once under the Soviet flag the ship off the coast of the Turks and Caicos Islands - a British overseas territory in the Caribbean Sea, in the south-eastern part of the Bahamas.
Off the coast of the island of Fuerteventura - one of the largest Canary Quartet. (WOLLEX)
Gythio - now a small fishing town, which in ancient times was the main port of Sparta. (JUSTELINE)
The island of Zakynthos in the Ionian Sea. (TO GIAN)
In the state of Oregon. (MATT CONWELL)
Vila Nova de Milfontes in Portugal. (FRANK ZILLMANN)
Location unknown. (DARTH)
Redcliffe Peninsula in Australia. (GORKATH)
Grytviken, South Georgia. (NOAA PHOTO LIBRARY)
Truk Lagoon in Micronesia. During the Second World War on the nearby islands have large marine military base in Japan. February 17, 1944, Americans have launched "Hilston" military operation, as a result of which it was sunk by more than 30 large and many small Japanese ships. (GH0STDOT)
Off the coast of Grand Cayman - the largest of the Cayman Islands. (HAWKFISH)
Tobermory, Ontario, Canada. (ALIJA BOS)
Again, water Truk Lagoon in Micronesia. (GH0STDOT)
Batumi, Georgia. (RICHARD BARTZ)
Kreynbugl Point in the UK. (LAIRD TURNER)
Off the coast of Italy. (Klaus Leidorf)
Mar del Plata, Argentina. (MISSALIONA)
Grytviken, South Georgia. (SERGE OUACHEE)
Muinak in Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan. (ISSALIONA)
In the Red Sea. (JOOS J. BAKKER)
The waters off the coast of the Norwegian city of Tromso and the commune.
Laconia in the southern Greek Peloponnese peninsula.
Fraser - sandy island off the east coast of Australia.
Amorgos - the island in Greece, in the southern part of the Aegean Sea.
St. Lawrence Island - an island in the southern part of the Bering Strait, 80 km from the Chukotka Peninsula.