The worlds most amazing shipwrecks – You won’t believe some of these are real!

Naval history is full of fatal accidents and wartime losses. Even knowing that, it’s astonishing to think that, according to a United Nations report, there are more than 3 million shipwrecks on the ocean floor. Of course, most of them will languish, unexplored and invisible forever, but, fortunately for us, many of them have been cataloged and photographed.

Semiramis [Andros Island, Greece]
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MV RMS Mulheim – Land’s End, United Kingdom

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Olympia [Amorgos Island, Greece]

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SS America [Fuerteventura, Canary Islands]

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Mediterranean Sky [Elefsina, Greece]

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A soviet ship left to rot after the collapse of the USSR [Murmansk, Russia]

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Lady Elizabeth [Whale Bone Cove, Falkland Islands]

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A decaying tug boat. [Point Reyes, California]

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Dimitrios [Laconic Bay, Greece]

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Sweepstakes [Lake Huron]

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