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    • Missing ships of Australia

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    • Missing submarines of World War II

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    • List of missing ships

    • This is a list of missing ships and wrecks. If it is known that the ship in question sank, then its wreck has not yet been located. Ships are usually declared lost and assumed wrecked after a period of disappearance. The disappearance of a ship usually implies all hands lost. Without witnesses or survivors, the myster ... Read »


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    • HMAS AE1

    • HMAS AE1

      HMAS AE1 (originally known as just AE1) was an E-class submarine of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). She was the first submarine to serve in the RAN, and was lost at sea with all hands near East New Britain, Papua New Guinea, on 14 September 1914, after less than seven months in service. The wreck of the submarine has ... Read »


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    • Allahabad (ship)


    • SS Alpena

    • SS Alpena

      The SS Alpena was a sidewheel steamer built by Thomas Arnold of Gallagher & Company at Marine City, Michigan in 1866. She was operated by the Goodrich Line after being purchased from Gardner, Ward & Gallagher in April 1868. The Alpena sank in Lake Michigan in the "Big Blow" storm on October 15, 1880, with the loss of a ... Read »


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    • Amelia (ship)

    • Several ships have born the name Amelia: ... Read »


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    • Andrea Gail

    • Andrea Gail

      F/V Andrea Gail was a private fishing vessel that was lost at sea with all hands during the "Perfect Storm" of 1991. The vessel and her six-man crew had been fishing the North Atlantic Ocean out of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Her last reported position was 180 mi (290 km) northeast of Sable Island on October 28, 1 ... Read »


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    • Andrew Jackson (clipper)

    • Andrew Jackson (clipper)

      The sailing ship Andrew Jackson, a 1,679-registered-ton medium clipper, was built by the firm of Irons & Grinnell in Mystic, Connecticut in 1855. The vessel was designed for the shipping firm of J.H. Brower & Co. to carry cargo intended for sale to participants in the California Gold Rush. The ship's dimensions we ... Read »


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    • Argo (Indian ship)

    • Argo (Indian ship)

      Coordinates: 42°52′50″S 147°19′30″E / 42.8805°S 147.3251°E / -42.8805; 147.3251 Argo was built in 1806 at Chittagong, present-day Bangladesh. She was registered in Calcutta to Payne & Tyrce. She disappeared in 1814 off the coast of Tasmania after having been "run away ... Read »


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    • Arno (ship)

    • Arno (ship)

      The Arno, was a 1,825 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of 270.7 feet (82.5 m), breadth of 39 feet (12 m) and depth of 22.5 feet (6.9 m). She was built by Charles Connell & Company, Glasgow, Scotland, for the Nourse Line, named after the Arno River in central Italy, which flows past Florence and Pisa to the ... Read »


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    • SY Aurora


    • Italian submarine Barbarigo


    • SS Baychimo

    • SS Baychimo

      SS Baychimo was a steel-hulled 1,322 ton cargo steamer built in 1914 in Sweden and owned by the Hudson's Bay Company, used to trade provisions for pelts in Inuit settlements along the Victoria Island coast of the Northwest Territories of Canada. She became a notable ghost ship along the Alaska coast, being abandoned in ... Read »


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    • MS Berge Istra

    • MS Berge Istra was a ship owned by Norwegian shipping company Sig. Bergesen d.y. and registered in Liberia, an ore-bulk-oil carrier with 227,550 tonnes deadweight (DWT). She was carrying ore from Brazil to Japan, and returning with crude oil from the Persian Gulf to Europe or America. The ship had build number 296 a ... Read »


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    • MS Berge Vanga

    • MS Berge Vanga

      MS Berge Vanga was an ore-bulk-oil carrier with 227,912 tonnes deadweight (DWT). The ship was owned by Norwegian shipping company Sig. Bergesen d.y. and registered in Liberia. The ship had build number 300 at the Uljanik shipyard in the port city Pula in Croatia where it was built in 1974. The ship was en route fro ... Read »


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    • List of Bermuda Triangle incidents

    • This is a list of incidents attributed in popular culture to the Bermuda Triangle. ... Read »


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    • French submarine Bernouilli

    • French submarine Bernouilli

      French submarine Bernouilli (Q83) was a Laubeuf type submarine of the Brumaire class, built for the French Navy prior to World War I. Bernouilli was ordered by the French Navy as part of its 1906 programme and was laid down at the Arsenal de Toulon in November of that year. Work progressed slowly, and she was not ... Read »


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    • Blessing of the Bay


    • Burmah (ship)

    • The Burmah was a passenger ship, which disappeared en route from England to New Zealand in 1859 or 1860. The Burmah was chartered by Willis, Gann & Co. The ship left London for New Zealand on 30 August 1859.Burmah was seen by the ship Regina on 17 November, about 14 days sailing distance west of New Zealand, at 48° ... Read »


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    • Caroline (schooner)

    • Caroline (schooner)

      Caroline was a schooner constructed in New Bedford, United States. She disappeared without trace in 1802. Built and registered in New Bedford, she was owned by Swain and Co a New Bedford firm. She reached Sydney on 22 December 1801 under the command of St Tuckerman. She left Sydney on 29 March 1802 with Lieutenant Nei ... Read »


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    • SS Chicora

    • SS Chicora

      SS Chicora was a passenger-and-freight steamer built in 1892 for service on the Great Lakes. Considered to be one of Lake Michigan's finest steamers, she was lost with all hands in January 1895. Chicora, a wooden-hulled, screw-propelled, passenger-cargo ship, was built in 1892 by the Detroit Drydock Company of Detroit ... Read »


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    • SS City of Boston

    • SS City of Boston

      The SS City of Boston was a British iron-hulled single-screw passenger steamship of the Inman Line which disappeared in the North Atlantic Ocean en route from Halifax, Nova Scotia, to Liverpool in January 1870. The City of Boston was built by shipbuilders Tod & Macgregor of Partick, Glasgow and launched on 15 Nove ... Read »


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    • SS City of Glasgow

    • SS City of Glasgow

      SS City of Glasgow of 1850 was a UK single-screw passenger steamship of the Inman Line, which disappeared en route from Liverpool to Philadelphia in January 1854. Based on ideas pioneered by Isambard Kingdom Brunel's SS Great Britain of 1845, City of Glasgow established that Atlantic steamships could be operated profit ... Read »


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    • SS Cotopaxi

    • SS Cotopaxi

      The SS Cotopaxi was a tramp steamer named after the Cotopaxi stratovolcano. She vanished in December 1925, while en route from Charleston, South Carolina, United States, to Havana, Cuba, with all hands. The Cotopaxi is a cargo ship of 2,351 GRT. She was built by the Great Lakes Engineering Works, Ecorse, Michig ... Read »


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    • Cremorne (clipper)

    • Cremorne (clipper)

      Cremorne was a clipper ship of Sutton and Co.'s Dispatch Line and Coleman's California Line. She sailed between New York and San Francisco. The hull was built by Maxson, Fish & Co. in Mystic, Conn.; the owners were Lawrence, Giles & Co., New York. Her first commander was Captain Isaac D. Gates. "Her intended serv ... Read »


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    • USS Cyclops (AC-4)

    • USS Cyclops (AC-4)

      USS Cyclops (AC-4) was one of four Proteus-class colliers built for the United States Navy several years before World War I. Named for the Cyclops, a primordial race of giants from Greek mythology, she was the second U.S. Naval vessel to bear the name. The loss of the ship and 306 crew and passengers without a trace wi ... Read »


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    • Cymric (schooner)

    • Cymric (schooner)

      Cymric was a British and Irish schooner, built in 1893. She joined the South American trade in the fleet of Arklow, Ireland, in 1906. She served as a British Q-ship during the First World War; she failed to sink any German U-boats, but did sink a British submarine in error. After the war, she returned to the British a ... Read »


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    • Danube (ship)

    • Danube (ship)

      Danube, a 1,459-ton sailing ship named after the second longest river in Europe, was built in 1890 for the Nourse Line. On 15 June 1891, Danubve made a voyage to Fiji carrying 591 Indian indentured labourers. She also made a trip to Trinidad carrying 609 passengers, arriving on 1 January 1892; there were 29 deaths dur ... Read »


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    • SS David C. Reid

    • SS David C. Reid was an American molasses tanker that sank on 14 October 1928. Her last known position was given in an SOS as 37°N 38°W / 37°N 38°W / 37; -38, or just west of the Azores. The David C. Reid's radio operator, J. Maurice Black, is honored on the Wireless Operator's Monument i ... Read »


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    • SS Dollart

    • SS Dollart

      Dollart was a 535 GRT coaster that was built in 1912 by Stettiner Oderwerke AG, Stettin, Germany for German owners. She was seized by the Allies in May 1945, passed to the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT) and was renamed Empire Constancy. In 1947, she was sold into merchant service and renamed Polzeath. In 1951, she ... Read »


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    • Dunedin (ship)

    • The Dunedin  listen  (1876–82) was the first ship to successfully transport a full cargo of refrigerated meat from New Zealand to England. In this capacity, it provided the impetus to develop the capacity of New Zealand as a major provider of agricultural exports, notwithstanding its remoteness from most mar ... Read »


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    • SS Empire Adur

    • SS Empire Adur

      SS Empire Adur was a 1,479 ton steamship which was built in 1920 as the Griffdu. She was renamed Noyo in 1935 and in 1940 was sold to Thailand, being renamed Nang Suang Nawa, being seized in 1942 and renamed Empire Adur. She was sold to Thailand in 1948, reverting to Nang Suang Nawa and was lost at sea in 1955 while be ... Read »


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    • MV Empire Albany

    • MV Empire Albany

      Empire Albany was a 306-ton Coaster which was built in 1944. She was renamed Albany in 1946 and disappeared on a voyage between Port Talbot and Rosslare in 1946. Empire Albany was built by Richards Ironworks Ltd, Lowestoft as yard number 337. She was launched on 3 October 1944 and completed in December 1944. Empire Ai ... Read »


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    • Fortuyn (ship)


    • French minesweepers Inkerman and Cerisoles

    • French minesweepers Inkerman and Cerisoles

      Inkerman and Cerisoles were two French minesweepers named after major battles fought during the Crimean War and Italian war, and which vanished on their maiden voyage in a storm on Lake Superior in 24 November 1918. No traces of the two vessels have ever been found. 76 French sailors and two Canadian captains disappear ... Read »


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    • FV Jutland

    • FV Jutland

      Jutland was a Canadian beam trawler based out of Liverpool, Nova Scotia. Built in 1918 by the Boehner Bros., she was owned by LaHave Fishing Company. On March 10, 1920, Jutland left Halifax, Nova Scotia, with a crew of 21 heading to the Western Bank fishing grounds. On the morning of March 11, the Halifax steam trawle ... Read »


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    • HMS G7

    • HMS G7

      HMS G7 was a British G-class submarine built for the Royal Navy during World War I. The G-class submarines were designed by the Admiralty in response to a rumour that the Germans were building double-hulled submarines for overseas duties. The submarines had a length of 187 feet 1 inch (57.0 m) overall, a ... Read »


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    • USS General Omar Bundy (AP-152)

    • USS General Omar Bundy
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    • General Omar Bradley

      USS General Omar Bundy (AP-152) was a General G. O. Squier-class transport ship for the U.S. Navy in World War II. She was named in honor of U.S. Army general Omar Bundy. She was transferred to the U.S. Army as USAT General Omar Bundy in 1946. She was later sold for commercial operation under several names, before bein ... Read »


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    • SS Hewitt

    • SS Hewitt

      The SS Hewitt was a steel hulled bulk freighter built for the J. S. Emery Steamship Co. of Boston, Massachusetts, as the Pacific. (She had one sister ship named Atlantic.) She was sold to the Berwind White Coal Co. and became a collier. The ship was 387 feet 7 inches (118.14 m) long, with a beam of 54 feet ... Read »


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    • Houqua (clipper)

    • Houqua (clipper)

      The Houqua was an early clipper ship with an innovative hull design, built for A.A. Low & Brother in 1844. She sailed in the China trade. The Houqua was named "in honor of the beloved Canton Hong merchant Houqua, who had died the year before, and with whom the Low brothers had traded with in China for many years." ... Read »


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    • USS Insurgent

    • USS Insurgent

      The Insurgente was a 40-gun Sémillante-class frigate of the French Navy, launched in 1791. USS Constellation, Captain Thomas Truxtun in command, captured her off the island of Nevis during the Quasi-War. After her capture she served in the US Navy, patrolling the waters in the West Indies. In September 1800 she was ... Read »


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    • HMT Islay (T172)

    • HMT Islay (T172)

      HMT Islay (T172) was a British Royal Navy Isles class armed trawler of the Second World War. While under the command of C. H. L. Clarke RNR, on 28 June 1942, Islay picked up 19 survivors from the British merchant steamer Zealand which had been hit by two torpedoes from the German submarine U-97 in the Mediterranean Se ... Read »


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    • Jane (ship)


    • SS Java

    • SS Java

      Passengers (as built): SS Java was a British and French ocean liner built in 1865 at Glasgow by J. G. Thompson & Co. It served for the Cunard Line. 1877 it was re-engined with compound engines by Fawcett, Preston & Co, Liverpool and chartered to Warren Line, until it had been sold to Red Star Line one year later and r ... Read »


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    • John (ship)

    • John was an Australian sloop of 30 tons that was owned by John Palmer & Co. It was built at Woolloomooloo in Sydney and registered on 11 June 1803. In November 1806 it sailed from King Island in Bass Strait with a crew of five aboard and a cargo of seal skins. It was never seen again. ... Read »


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    • MV Kairali


    • København (ship)


    • SS Koombana

    • SS Koombana

      The SS Koombana was a late Edwardian-era passenger, cargo and mail carrying steamship. From March 1909 to March 1912, she operated coastal liner services between Fremantle, Western Australia and various ports in the northwest of that State. She is best known for disappearing at an unknown location north of Port Hedland ... Read »


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    • Loch Bredan (barque)


    • Manistee (shipwreck)


    • SS Marine Sulphur Queen

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      History Name: SS Esso New Haven Yard number: 407 Launched: March 1944   Name: SS Marine Sulphur Queen Acquired: 1960 Fate: Went missing off Florida after 4 February 1963 General characteristics Class an" >SS Marine Sulphur Queen

    SS Marine Sulphur Queen, a T2 tanker converted to carry molten sulphur, noted for its disappearance in 1963 near the southern coast of Florida, taking the lives of 39 crewmen. In the investigation, the Coast Guard determined that the ship was unsafe and not seaworthy, and never should have sailed. The final report sug ... Read »


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  • French submarine Minerve (S647)


  • ML-18 (motor launch boat)

  • ML-18 (motor launch boat)

    ML-18 was a British motor launch boat that disappeared in the North Sea while on passage from Norway. ML-18 was constructed in 1915 by the Electric Launch Company. She was completed in 1915 and served from 1915 until her loss in 1919. The ship was 34.1 metres (111 ft 11 in) long, with a beam of 5.6 metres ( ... Read »


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  • ML-62 (motor launch boat)

  • ML-62 (motor launch boat)

    ML-62 was a British motor launch boat that disappeared in the North Sea while on passage from Norway. ML-62 was constructed in 1915 by the Electric Launch Company. She was completed in 1915 and served from 1915 until her loss in 1919. The ship was 34.1 metres (111 ft 11 in) long, with a beam of 5.6 metres ( ... Read »


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  • Morning Star (ship)

  • Morning Star was a ship wrecked near Quoin Island, Queensland 12.4305ºS, 143.421667ºE in 1814. Morning Star was a brig of 140 tons constructed in Calcutta, India and registered there to the owners Lackersteen & Co. On 2 or 3 July 1814, whilst on its way from Sydney to Batavia was totally wrecked in the Torres St ... Read »


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  • Moy (ship)

  • Moy (ship)

    The Moy was a 1,697 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of 257.6 feet (78.5 m), breadth of 38.3 feet (11.7 m) and depth of 23.2 feet (7.1 m). She was built by Russel & Company for the Nourse Line, named after the River Moy in northwest of Ireland and launched in May 1885. She was primarily used for the transp ... Read »


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  • MS München


  • SS Mutlah

  • SS Mutlah

    SS Mutlah was a 3,393-ton steamship built for the Nourse Line in about 1906 by Charles Connell & Company Limited, Glasgow, Scotland. She had triple expansion, 425-nhp (317-Kw) steam engines driving a single screw. Like other Nourse Line ships, she was primarily used for the transportation of Indian indentured labourer ... Read »


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  • SS Naronic

  • SS Naronic

    SS Naronic was a steamship built by Harland and Wolff in Belfast for the White Star Line. The ship was lost at sea after leaving Liverpool on February 11, 1893 bound for New York, with the loss of all 74 people on board. The ship's fate is a mystery that remains unsolved to this day. Naronic was launched on May 26 ... Read »


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  • USS Nereus (AC-10)

  • USS Nereus (AC-10)

    USS Nereus (AC-10) was one of four Proteus-class colliers built for the United States Navy before World War I. Named for Nereus, an aquatic deity from Greek mythology, she was the second U.S. Naval vessel to bear the name. Nereus was laid down on 4 December 1911, and launched on 26 April 1913 by the Newport News Shipbu ... Read »


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  • Neustria (ship)

  • Neustria was a passenger ship of the French Fabre Line. Built by Claparede and Company (), Rouen, France, she was 328 feet (100 meters) long and had a beam of 40 feet (12 meters). Neustria had a compound engine and single screw, one funnel, two masts, and a straight stem, and was of iron construction. She could carr ... Read »


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  • Octavius (ship)

  • Octavius (ship)

    The Octavius was an apocryphal, 18th century ghost ship. According to lore, the three-masted schooner was found west of Greenland by the whaler Herald on 11 October 1775. Boarded as a derelict, the five-man boarding party found the entire crew of 28 below deck: dead, frozen, and almost perfectly preserved. The captain' ... Read »


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  • Ouzel Galley

  • The Ouzel Galley was an Irish merchant ship that set sail from Dublin in the late seventeenth century and was presumed lost with all hands when she failed to return within the next three years. After a further two years had elapsed, however, she mysteriously reappeared with her full complement of crew and a valuable ca ... Read »


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  • Pacesetter (fishing vessel)

  • Pacesetter (fishing vessel)

    The F/V Pacesetter was a 127 foot, steel hulled, Bering Sea crab boat, launched in 1976 as the "Priscilla Ann." In 1979, it was renamed the "Coastal Glacier." The vessel was eventually acquired by Matt Pope and Dale Lindsay and renamed "Pacesetter". Pacesetter was reported missing in 1996, by the Seventeenth distric ... Read »


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  • Princess Charlotte (brig)


  • USS Proteus (AC-9)

  • USS Proteus (AC-9)

    The collier USS Proteus (AC-9) was laid down on 31 October 1911, by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, and launched on 14 September 1912. She was the lead ship of her class of four colliers. With the threat of war looming, she was commissioned on 9 July 1913, to the United States Navy, Master Robert J. ... Read »


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  • Race Horse (clipper)

  • Race Horse (clipper)

    Race Horse was an 1850 clipper barque. She set a record of 109 days from New York to San Francisco during the first Clipper Race around the Horn. Race Horse was similar to a barque built by Samuel Hall a few years earlier, Coquette. The design of Race Horse has been credited to both Samuel Hartt Pook and to Hall. ... Read »


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  • Rainbow (clipper)

  • Rainbow (clipper)

    Rainbow, launched in New York in 1845 to sail in the China trade for the firm Howland & Aspinwall, was the first extreme clipper ship. Rainbow is considered to be the first extreme clipper ship. It was built in 1845, in accordance with John W. Griffiths' ideas, and followed by Sea Witch the next year. Both of the ... Read »


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  • Brazilian battleship São Paulo



  • Sea Serpent (clipper)

  • Sea Serpent (clipper)

    Sea Serpent was an 1850 extreme clipper that sailed in the San Francisco trade, the China trade, and the transatlantic lumber trade. She was one of the longest lived clippers, with a service life of 36 years and 5 months. Sea Serpent raced Stag Hound and John Bertram from New York City to San Francisco in 1851. St ... Read »


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  • Spray (sailing vessel)

  • Spray (sailing vessel)

    The Spray was an 36-foot-9-inch (11.20 m) oyster sloop which Joshua Slocum rebuilt and single-handedly sailed around the world, the first voyage of its kind. The Spray was lost with Captain Slocum aboard sometime on or after November 14, 1909, after sailing from Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts, bound for South America ... Read »


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  • SS Swarland

  • SS Swarland

    SS Swarland was a Danish Cargo ship that disappeared near Rotterdam, The Netherlands while she was travelling from , Germany to Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Swarland was constructed in 1867 at the Henderson, Coulborn & Co. shipyard in Renfrew, United Kingdom. She was completed in 1867 and she was named Swarland and ... Read »


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  • CSS Sumter

  • CSS Sumter

    CSS Sumter, a 473-ton bark-rigged screw steam cruiser and blockade runner, was built as the merchant steamship Habana at Philadelphia in 1859 for McConnell's New Orleans & Havana Line. She was later renamed Gibraltar or Gibraltar of Liverpool. The merchant steamship Habana was purchased by the Confederate Governme ... Read »


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  • Svyataya Anna

  • Svyataya Anna

    The Philomel-class gunvessel HMS Newport was launched in England in 1867. Having become the first ship to pass through the Suez Canal, she was sold in 1881 and renamed Pandora II. She was purchased again in about 1890 and renamed Blencathra, taking part in expeditions to the north coast of Russia. She was bought in 191 ... Read »


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  • Tempest (ship)

  • SS Tempest

    SS Tempest was the first ship of the Anchor Line belonging to Scottish brothers Nicol and Robert Handyside and Captain Thomas Henderson. The 214-foot (65 m), 866-ton ship was built as a sail-ship by Sandeman & McLaurin of Glasgow and launched on 21 December 1854. On 3 April 1855 Henderson began a maiden voyage from ... Read »


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  • SM U-93

  • SM U-93

    SM U-93 was one of the 329 submarines serving in the Imperial German Navy in World War I. U-93 was engaged in the naval warfare and took part in the First Battle of the Atlantic. German Type U 93 submarines were preceded by the shorter Type U 87 submarines. U-93 had a displacement of 838 tonnes (825 long tons) whe ... Read »


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  • SM UB-12

  • SM UB-12

    SM UB-12 was a German Type UB I submarine or U-boat in the German Imperial Navy (German: Kaiserliche Marine) during World War I. The submarine disappeared in August 1918. UB-12 was ordered in October 1914 and was laid down at the AG Weser shipyard in Bremen in November. UB-12 was a little under 28 metres (92 ft) in ... Read »


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  • SM UB-70

  • SM UB-70

    SM UB-70 was a German Type UB III submarine or U-boat in the German Imperial Navy (German: Kaiserliche Marine) during World War I. She was commissioned into the German Imperial Navy on 29 October 1917 as SM UB-70. UB-70 was serving in the Mediterraneanwhen she departed on her last patrol on 16 April 1918. She was last ... Read »


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  • Japanese cruiser Unebi

  • Japanese cruiser Unebi

    Unebi (畝傍?) was a protected cruiser of the Imperial Japanese Navy, designed and built in France by Forges et Chantiers de la Gironde. Unebi was named after Mount Unebi in Nara prefecture, located near the ancient capital of Asuka. Per Meiji period State Shinto mythology, this mountain was home to Japan's firs ... Read »


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  • Unity (ship)

  • Unity was a ship that went missing in 1813 off the coast of Tasmania, Australia. Unity was a schooner and was moored in Hobart when on the night of 24 April 1813, between 11pm and midnight, a gang of seven armed convicts boarded the ship. They seized the crew and the ship's owner, William Hobart Mansel, a merchant fro ... Read »


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  • SS Vaitarna

  • SS Vaitarna

    SS Vaitarna, popularly known as Vijli or Haji Kasam ni Vijli, was a steamship owned by A J Shepherd & Co, Bombay that disappeared on 8 November 1888 off the coast of Saurashtra region of Gujarat in cyclonic storm during a crossing from Mandvi to Bombay. More than 740 people on board went missing in the disaster. The in ... Read »


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  • Victorine (ship)

  • Victorine was a schooner of 70 tons built in Mauritius and registered in Hobart. Owned by Edward Lord, she disappeared off the coast of Australia in 1822. On 24 August 1822, the schooner, under command of Captain William Risk, left Sydney bound for Mauritius. Carrying a crew of seven or eight the ship disappeared en r ... Read »


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  • Whale (ship)


  • Young America (clipper)

  • Young America (clipper)

    The Young America was built by William H. Webb of New York. She was launched in 1853, at the height of the clipper construction boom. She sailed in the California trade, on transatlantic routes, and made voyages to Australia and the Far East. “Among her many fine passages may be mentioned: from New York to Sa ... Read »


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