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Sunken ships, which are visible through the water

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Sunken ships, which are visible through the water



In total, according to the calculations of historians and oceanographers, the remains of at least a million ships of all eras are buried on the seabed. Most of the "drowned" found its end under the abyss of the high waters, away from sunlight and storms raging above. Nevertheless, the rare lucky ones managed to sink in the shallow water. They lie dead in the turquoise radiance of the depths, reminding us of the all-powerful ocean.

To gain access to such facilities do not need scuba and other special equipment. It is enough just to swim over them to see the silhouettes of sunken ships.

The ghostly remains of a yacht Mar Sem Fin (“Endless Sea”)

Brazilian research yacht sunk by ice and sunk at a depth of about 10 meters in Maxwell Bay in Antarctica.





Last hits cruiser "Prinz Eugen"

A nuclear test participant in a Bikini, he found his last shelter on the reefs of Kwajalein Atoll, 10000 miles from his historical homeland.





After the capitulation of Germany, the cruiser was captured by the Americans, who used the Eugen as a target. The ship resisted nuclear fire and was towed to nearby Kwajalein in anticipation of a new cycle of explosions. For the next six months, the cruiser slowly, compartment by compartment, was filled with water and tilted on the BB. At the last moment, the Yankees tried to save him, but, before reaching the shore, the “Eugen” overturned and sank in shallow water. Where it remains to this day, with shamelessly battened down the screws on the water.



The picturesque remains of the schooner "Svipsteyks"

Old Canadian schooner sunk in the lake. Ontario in 1885 year. The remains of “Swipstakes” rest under six meters of clear water. This allowed the schooner to become a popular tourist site, making Swipstakes a part of the national natural park. At the present time, works are being carried out at the bottom of the lake to restore and preserve the remains of a 19th century schooner.





Lying really good!



The skeleton of the brig "James McBride", sunk on the lake. Michigan in 1857 year.



A pile of rubble on the site of the ship sinking, "Rising Sun". The ship was lost in a storm in 1917 year.



Unknown wreck whose photo was found on the Internet.



British armored ship “Vixen”, flooded as a barrier in Bermuda.


Tears of the battleship “Arizona”

Battleship, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Further comments are probably superfluous.



“Arizona” is one of two American battleships killed that day (the other six were returned to service). Four 800-kg bombs made from 356-mm armor-piercing shells hit it. The first three did not cause damage to the battleship, but the latter led to the detonation of the powder cellar of the bow towers of the Civil Code. The ship destroyed by the explosion sank to the bottom of the harbor, forever locking 1177 people in its compartments.

In place of the death of the battleship memorial erected. The deck of the battleship lies literally a few meters under it. Slowly seeping to the surface of the engine oil spreads on the water with a lilac-scarlet spot, allegedly depicting the “tears of the battleship” on his dead crew.

Supercarrier “Utah”

Nearby "Arizona", at the bottom of the Pearl Bay, another remarkable object rests. Sunken target ship (retired battleship) “Utah”. Smooth wooden flooring on the site of the dismantled towers of the Civil Code was adopted by Japanese pilots for the deck of an aircraft carrier. The samurai displaced their anger on the target instead of flying to bomb the oil base, the docks and other strategic facilities of Pearl Harbor.



The last feat of “Ochakov”

Large anti-submarine ship "Ochakov" was used as a barrier at the exit from the lake. Donuzlav, during the “Crimean events” of the year before last. Being in a state of disability, the old BOD found the strength to perform the last task in the interests of the Fatherland.



Unlike other ships from this list, the BOD hull was not completely hidden under water. But the epic of such an event is impressive!

Some ships managed to die without water. In the photo - an abandoned ship at the bottom of the dried Aral Sea.

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  1. kalibr
    kalibr April 11 2016 06: 30
    +24
    Oleg - well done!
    1. Sensatus
      Sensatus April 11 2016 06: 56
      +8
      Thank! Very original look!
      1. Dam
        Dam April 12 2016 02: 09
        +3
        The first time I will say thanks to Mr. Kaptsov
    2. Archon
      Archon April 11 2016 08: 32
      +37
      you can add large clusters - for example, a ship cemetery in the labor bay of Russky Island near Vladivostok.
      there are probably similar places
      1. supertiger21
        supertiger21 April 11 2016 08: 53
        +7
        Cool article good , previously did not know even half of the listed ships. Thanks to Oleg Kaptsov for similar photos and descriptions! yes
      2. Bongo
        Bongo April 11 2016 09: 14
        +21
        Quote: Archon
        you can add large clusters - for example, a ship cemetery in the labor bay of Russky Island near Vladivostok.

        You have an old picture, now the bay looks like this (from the shore)

        And from space
        1. Archon
          Archon April 11 2016 18: 05
          0
          And this before the summit they cut everything down on orders so that no one would see the "dump"
      3. ohotnik101
        ohotnik101 April 11 2016 14: 49
        +1
        I just wanted to write about the Bay of Labor on Russian Island ...
        1. Archon
          Archon April 11 2016 18: 11
          +6
          And in the Vityaz Bay, wooden ships are lying around, here is a whaling schooner
    3. Fregate
      Fregate April 11 2016 13: 09
      +5
      Recently I watched a video clip "10 sunken ships that can be seen without diving" on YouTube, probably Oleg Kaptsov also watched it. The first yacht in the pictures was lifted from the bottom. But the last photo is really epic. Maybe this BOD should be kept in good condition, suddenly the sea will reappear ... in 300 years !!! And the ship is already there smile
  2. mirag2
    mirag2 April 11 2016 06: 33
    +6
    Interesting. And a little creepy ...
  3. Igor39
    Igor39 April 11 2016 06: 41
    +2
    The theme of ships is the element of Oleg! Thanks for the interesting pics! good
    1. cayman gene
      cayman gene April 11 2016 09: 04
      +6
      and Ivan Aivazovsky, a favorite artist, guessed right away! yes
      1. JJ2016
        JJ2016 April 11 2016 12: 18
        +1
        Aivazovsky and Vereshchagin are the favorite artists of the army.
  4. crasever
    crasever April 11 2016 06: 46
    +3
    There is also a Skeleton Coast area in South Africa.
  5. Evgesh91
    Evgesh91 April 11 2016 06: 49
    +2
    very cool article, definitely a plus! about glasses it would be interesting to read more fully
    1. Santa Fe
      April 11 2016 06: 53
      +19
      Quote: Evgesh91
      about glasses it would be interesting to read more fully

      Was 2 years ago, in hot pursuit

      http://topwar.ru/41587-posledniy-parad-bpk-ochakov.html
  6. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets April 11 2016 07: 21
    +7
    I was struck by the purity of the water of the Great Lakes. what
    1. Res_Ullus
      Res_Ullus April 11 2016 12: 50
      +16
      Come to our Baikal) Marvel even more smile
      1. 933454818
        933454818 April 11 2016 14: 18
        +7
        Da Baikal, Angara, this water is very clean - 5-6 meters deep and the bottom is clearly visible. But the water is very cold, even in Irkutsk in the summer in the morning (at 6 a.m.) 2-3 degrees Celsius, and in the afternoon it can be up to 30. climate...
        1. demo
          demo April 11 2016 18: 29
          +7
          It happened. Once in March. Once in September.
          Both times went to Listvyanka.
          From drunken eyes staggered across the ice.
          Until I heard ice breaking - like a shot from a cannon.
          Hops flew in one second.
          He kept himself with all his strength so that in front of the attendant's eyes he would not jog to the shore.
          And I really would not want to see water and especially the bottom at that moment.
          Although unlikely.
          As I was told, the depth at the mouth of the Angara is about 60 meters.
      2. Vladimirets
        Vladimirets April 11 2016 14: 36
        0
        Quote: Res_Ullus
        Marvel even more

        Everything is clear here and this is not surprising. smile I just read before that the Great Lakes are very polluted.
        1. PHANTOM-AS
          PHANTOM-AS April 11 2016 14: 49
          +5
          Quote: Vladimirets
          I just read before that the Great Lakes are very polluted.

          Well, not quite like that, although near large cities, probably. And the places there are beautiful, there are a lot of fish and the banks are clean without plastic bottles, they are kept there for cleanliness.


          1. reservist
            reservist April 11 2016 18: 05
            +1
            Quote: PHANTOM-AS
            clean banks without plastic bottles, they monitor cleanliness there

            the coast is without bottles, but go to Niagara and see what kind of foam there is after the waterfalls ...
          2. novobranets
            novobranets April 11 2016 19: 24
            +1
            Quote: PHANTOM-AS
            And the places there are beautiful, there are a lot of fish and the banks are clean without plastic bottles, they are kept there for cleanliness.

            Ships are often deliberately flooded offshore to ... restore ecology. Cases with cut masts are cleaned of fuel and lubricants and put to the bottom. They play the role of artificial reefs, where underwater inhabitants find refuge. In addition, a great diving site.
            Members of the public organization "Aquasfera" (Yalta) intend to load several decommissioned warships at the bottom of the Yalta Bay.
            The QHA agency was informed about this by telephone in the organization, referring to the information of the head of "Aquasfera" Igor Zorin. According to the data received, the main purpose of the sinking of ships is to improve the environmental situation in the Yalta Gulf. Zorin explained that the sunken ships will act as artificial reefs - to maintain the ecological balance and neutralize the consequences of trawl fishing in the Yalta Bay.
          3. Ezhaak
            Ezhaak April 12 2016 12: 01
            +2
            Quote: PHANTOM-AS
            And the places there are beautiful, there are a lot of fish and the banks are clean without plastic bottles, they are kept there for cleanliness.
            So there are completely different rules of life. Fish is not caught in order to get enough, but to satisfy interest. Caught, took a picture, let go. Trash is not scattered, unlike us Russians, because it does not threaten a frail fine. By the way, I met a place in Russia, the purity of which the residents themselves monitor. And outsiders are not allowed in there. And if I’m allowed, I’m sure they will spoil this island, no matter how the residents try.
        2. Alexey RA
          Alexey RA April 11 2016 15: 29
          +9
          Quote: Vladimirets
          I just read before that the Great Lakes are very polluted.

          So it was - in the 70s, the Great Lakes almost died. Industrial effluents, blue-green algae, alien weed fish, crowding out the original inhabitants, etc., etc. In the 80s, a large-scale campaign began to restore the Lakes ecosystem - and it is still ongoing.
          Here is the situation on Lake Erie:
          The intensity of algae growth in the lake since 1919 increased by 20 times. When the algae dies and decomposes, the oxygen content in the water decreases, especially in the bottom of the colder layers of water. This not only destroys the summer habitats of valuable fish species, but also leads to the extinction of species that serve as food for these fish, for example, mayfly larvae living in silt. The species composition of algae in the lake has also changed. "Blooming" of blue-green algae has now become commonplace. Unlike green algae, many species of blue-green algae do not serve as food for fish.

          In addition to the large amount of nitrates and phosphates that have already led to the eutrophication of Lake Erie, the wastewater discharged into the lake contains toxic substances such as mercury, PCBs and Mirex. These chemicals gradually accumulate in fish tissues, which has already led to a limitation in the number of species and sizes of edible fish that are caught in the Great Lakes.

          The United States and Canada systematically planned to clean up the Great Lakes. The central point of the plans was the construction of specialized wastewater treatment plants to reduce the amount of phosphate entering the lake. At the end of the last century, Canada introduced the first restriction on the use of phosphates, but the United States did not do this for economic and political reasons. Although over the past 10 years, the amount of phosphorus entering the lake has reduced the axis by 75%, the bottom waters in the central part of Erie still remain oxygen depleted in the summer months. If the goal is to reduce the supply of phosphorus to the lakes from the level of a decade ago by 15-20% will be achieved, then most likely the lake will begin to recover.
          1. Mikado
            Mikado April 12 2016 12: 37
            +1
            Quote: Alexey RA
            wastewater discharged into the lake contains toxic substances such as mercury, PCBs and Mirex.

            Mucked up nature.
            In our country, PCBs are now categorically prohibited even from dumping into the Vodokanal network, not like into rivers. If they find it, they immediately call the environmental prosecutor's office.

            Thanks to Oleg for the article! Nice and informative! As if I read the magazine "GEO"!))
  7. fransys.drake
    fransys.drake April 11 2016 08: 30
    +4
    Liked. The truth is always sad to consider such photos. You understand that each has its own story, its own fate.
  8. Pvi1206
    Pvi1206 April 11 2016 08: 55
    -7
    The human habitat is earth, not the sea or space.
    But this is not enough for a man and he is eager to go where he is not expected.
    And then he mournes his fate ...
  9. Pitot
    Pitot April 11 2016 09: 00
    +5
    There are still ships in the river near Pripyat, in the north one ship lies, not far from our Submarine Base. Well and in our bay near the village of Zavoyko flooded ships lie. And even the dock. (Kamchatka Krai)
  10. Villiam wolf
    Villiam wolf April 11 2016 09: 07
    +1
    Thank you for the article.
  11. selbrat
    selbrat April 11 2016 09: 09
    +14
    At one time I was impressed by the ship "KOLASIN". It stood on the Black Sea coast for a long time. Now this steamer has probably already rotted ...
    1. gfs84
      gfs84 April 11 2016 11: 50
      +9
      At one time I was impressed by the ship "KOLASIN". It stood on the Black Sea coast for a long time. Now this steamer has probably already rotted ...


      Well, something like this now looks ...

      The ship is also in military roots, if not mistaken, was originally built for the US naval administration, and was equipped for the transfer of troops.
      1. selbrat
        selbrat April 11 2016 15: 57
        +2
        Hmm, there were horns and legs. laughing
        1. Bath
          Bath April 11 2016 17: 09
          +1
          This is near the Tuapse aggregate the surface part is on the metal gone
          1. Bath
            Bath April 11 2016 19: 40
            0
            not mistaken near Chemitokvadzhe and near Tuapse Roussillon but the condition is the same
  12. Stirbjorn
    Stirbjorn April 11 2016 09: 19
    0
    The article is very impressive - like the ships in the pictures, from wooden schooners to a yacht in Antarctica. And already from the pictures of the longboat, in the dried Aral Sea, a bunch of pictures, in the style of fantasy, were riveted on the Internet. good In general, sunken ships, which can be seen live, are very attractive. On about. Vuoksa saw the stern of a sunken pleasure boat - just beckoned all the amateur fishermen to him)
  13. BAI
    BAI April 11 2016 10: 06
    +3
    The remains of the original "Aurora" lie half-flooded (I do not remember where). There was an article in "KP" with photographs.
  14. Robert Nevsky
    Robert Nevsky April 11 2016 10: 56
    0
    Very interesting article!
  15. Old_Python
    Old_Python April 11 2016 11: 20
    0
    Well, maybe when he wants! Of course, a plus.
  16. praide
    praide April 11 2016 11: 44
    +24
    He flew in Greece on a paraglider, view down, there is a depth of 50 meters. Remains of buildings.
  17. Alexey RA
    Alexey RA April 11 2016 12: 22
    +24
    Samurai put on the target all their anger instead of flying to bomb the oil base, docks and other strategic objects of Pearl Harbor.

    It was an answer in the style of Bader - very weighty and half a meter past (C)

    Nobody took out his anger on anyone. Even before departure, the crews knew that there was no AB in the harbor. But no one began to change the developed plan of the raid - and 16 Matsumura torpers went through the AB parking lot. Moreover, it was also known about "Utah" - and Fuchida / Genda in the plan directly indicated not to attack this training ship.

    The fate of “Utah”, as often happens, was decided by chance. In the pre-battle fever, 2 "green" crews from the Matsumura group, seeing in front of them a large ship, outwardly similar to a battleship, dropped their torpedoes on it. And they got there. Old lady "Utah" only had 2 torpedo hits.
    The remaining 14 "keits" carried their torpedoes further - to work on the "battleship row".

    And by the way, I would like to see how torpedo bombersarmed with torpedoes would fly to bomb the oil storage and docks. laughing
  18. Daks67
    Daks67 April 11 2016 12: 49
    +3
    Crimea, Koktebel (Gliders). A bit to the right along the beach towards Sudak at a distance of 200 meters from the shore lies a flooded German barge. Depth is 7-8 meters. Swam from the shore with a mask and fins. Dived. The pleasure was extraordinary!
    This barge was shown to me by a motor-airplane pilot with whom I flew as a passenger. From the top it can be seen very well.
  19. Taoist
    Taoist April 11 2016 12: 51
    +18
    On the deck of the famous "Tisselgorm" (shot by myself)
    from the surface of course it is not visible ... ;-)
  20. Yugra
    Yugra April 11 2016 13: 18
    +4
    How do you want the sea after such pictures of beautiful ...
  21. Apt13
    Apt13 April 11 2016 14: 24
    +1
    great article
  22. Zeeke
    Zeeke April 11 2016 15: 43
    0
    Unthinkable beauty, it is always nice to watch such photos.

    Quote: Taoist
    On the deck of the famous "Tisselgorm" (shot by myself)
    from the surface of course it is not visible ... ;-)


    Great frame. I wish I could get on such an excursion too!
    1. Taoist
      Taoist April 11 2016 16: 55
      +9
      It is not so easy to get to Thisselgorm on an excursion. It lies at depths that are extreme for air. At the bow, about 40 meters, the stern lies closer to 50, there are two more steam locomotives lying at the stern, which were thrown off by an explosion - there are generally under 60. + there are strong currents. We got out of it, the "lungman" blew it off, so the "badi" and I climbed on 1 cylinder - decompression consumed all the reserves - on the surface there was less than 5 kg ... And I have even better pictures, there are motorcycles, trucks in the holds , in general ... Tisselgorm is perhaps one of the most famous "rivers" ... But it is complex.
  23. cedar
    cedar April 11 2016 16: 06
    +2
    Thanks to the author, the topic of his article reminded me of an interesting book "In the wake of sea disasters" by L.N. Skryagin. The book will be a good addition to the pictures shown.
  24. are
    are April 11 2016 17: 20
    0
    And there are still quite interesting remains of the ship near Myskhako (a suburb of Novorossiysk). What remains of the Red Georgia gunboat. The bow is above the surface, and the remains of the stern at a depth of 4,5 meters
  25. PSih2097
    PSih2097 April 11 2016 17: 34
    +9
    Here is another Northern Fleet warship ...
    Project 68 bis light cruiser


    1. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA April 11 2016 18: 45
      +4
      Everything, no more "Murmansk on the rocks". In 2009, they began to dismantle it and by 2012 nothing was left of it.



      A photo of the entire disassembly process is here: http://military-photos.livejournal.com/197784.html
    2. proud
      proud April 11 2016 23: 17
      0
      Good movie, and heavy at the same time! Although this ship was morally obsolete at the beginning of the 90s, but as a museum, it would be just right!
  26. Warrior2015
    Warrior2015 April 11 2016 18: 38
    +6
    Quote: Alexey RA
    And by the way, I would like to see how torpedo bombers armed with torpedoes would fly to bomb the oil storage and docks.

    Well, for example, maybe this is so - the Japanese land near the oil storage, get off the plane, unhook the torpedo, drag it to the oil tank and blow it up? laughing good

    And on the topic - if you want to see the most beautiful sunken ship without going down into the depths - that is, the unique ship "Vasa" is the only one in the world that has survived from the 17th century! The flagship of the Swedish fleet sank at the exit from the harbor of Stockholm in 1628! - and incredibly preserved and was raised intact from the water in 1961.

    There are no more fully preserved vessels of the 17th century in the world! Well and also - the ship "Vasa" (named after the dynasty of Swedish kings) amazes with the richness of the decoration, because he was the flagship of the fleet.

    The very first underwater expeditions of the Swedes (using a diving bell) worked on it in the distant 1664 and 1683 years, when even the era of Peter I had not yet begun in Russia!
    1. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA April 11 2016 18: 53
      +4
      Quote: Warrior2015
      And on the topic - if you want to see the most beautiful sunken ship without going down into the depths - that is, the unique ship "Vasa" is the only one in the world that has survived from the 17th century! The flagship of the Swedish fleet sank at the exit from the harbor of Stockholm in 1628! - and incredibly preserved and was raised intact from the water in 1961.

      Well, not entirely intact - some of the parts were still lost or raised earlier (the same guns). In addition, so that the ship does not rot and does not crumble immediately after surfacing, archaeologists and museum workers had to work very hard and quickly.

      But yes, the ship standing in the museum really inspires. Its infection, you can’t even completely remove it. smile
    2. Mikado
      Mikado April 12 2016 12: 43
      0
      Quote: Warrior2015
      The very first underwater expeditions of the Swedes (using a diving bell) worked on it in the distant 1664 and 1683 years, when even the era of Peter I had not yet begun in Russia!


      The guns got out. Giving the sea a few dozen excellent guns at the time is impermissible luxury))
      By the way, it’s interesting to read how this ship was found in the 20th century, some Swedish enthusiast was looking for it for several years. And I found it!
  27. Curious
    Curious April 11 2016 18: 48
    +2
    Quote: Alexey RA
    Quote: Vladimirets
    I just read before that the Great Lakes are very polluted.

    So it was - in the 70s, the Great Lakes almost died. Industrial effluents, blue-green algae, alien weed fish, crowding out the original inhabitants, etc., etc. In the 80s, a large-scale campaign began to restore the Lakes ecosystem - and it is still ongoing.
    Here is the situation on Lake Erie:
    The intensity of algae growth in the lake since 1919 increased by 20 times. When the algae dies and decomposes, the oxygen content in the water decreases, especially in the bottom of the colder layers of water. This not only destroys the summer habitats of valuable fish species, but also leads to the extinction of species that serve as food for these fish, for example, mayfly larvae living in silt. The species composition of algae in the lake has also changed. "Blooming" of blue-green algae has now become commonplace. Unlike green algae, many species of blue-green algae do not serve as food for fish.

    In addition to the large amount of nitrates and phosphates that have already led to the eutrophication of Lake Erie, the wastewater discharged into the lake contains toxic substances such as mercury, PCBs and Mirex. These chemicals gradually accumulate in fish tissues, which has already led to a limitation in the number of species and sizes of edible fish that are caught in the Great Lakes.

    The United States and Canada systematically planned to clean up the Great Lakes. The central point of the plans was the construction of specialized wastewater treatment plants to reduce the amount of phosphate entering the lake. At the end of the last century, Canada introduced the first restriction on the use of phosphates, but the United States did not do this for economic and political reasons. Although over the past 10 years, the amount of phosphorus entering the lake has reduced the axis by 75%, the bottom waters in the central part of Erie still remain oxygen depleted in the summer months. If the goal is to reduce the supply of phosphorus to the lakes from the level of a decade ago by 15-20% will be achieved, then most likely the lake will begin to recover.


    Now the situation has improved a lot! For example, Lake Ontario was able to clean up a significant reduction in discharges, a reduction in industrial enterprises on the shores of it. I add that in the middle of the last century in Ontario there were many small fish (such as sprats) that died seasonally. It was simply impossible to be ashore because of the stink! Real estate on the coast was very cheap ... On the advice of biologists, in the lake, they bred salmon (Atlantic salmon), which Ontario cleared. At the expense of Lake Erie. 20 years ago, the water in the lake was very muddy, but now its transparency corresponds to the Black Sea. This happened thanks to freshwater mussels brought with ballast waters, ships from the Black Sea basin. By the way, the famous Odessa bull-calves were brought here too! I personally caught them in Erie! Locals do not understand what to do with them, but we are pleased!
    1. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA April 11 2016 19: 00
      +1
      So ... here in Ladoga and in the freshwater part of the Federal Law the same thing happened. Mountains of fertilizers along riverbanks, drains of farms and enterprises directly to rivers and a lake, unfinished Northern sewage treatment plants - and Ladoga bloomed in the 80s all summer, but it was better not to approach the shore in the Federal Law - it stank disgusting.
      Ladoga and the Federal Law were saved by the collapse of the USSR — the industry died, the farms went bankrupt, the fertilizers went up so much that it became unprofitable to store them in the open, and they had to be brought in strictly according to the norms — and the lake came to life. And beyond it is the Gulf. And when the Northern sewage treatment plants were opened, it became possible to complete the Dam.

      Even the Ladoga seal has come to life - in the news, regular messages about the salvation of the wrong crawling cubs are coming.
  28. moskowit
    moskowit April 11 2016 18: 48
    +1
    And we live on the Middle Russian Upland and we don’t see anything like that ... Very impressive. Unusually ... Thank you!
  29. Curious
    Curious April 11 2016 18: 50
    +1
    I forgot to add that Lake Erie is a popular place for diving because it is small enough and it sank more than 2000 (two thousand!) ships!
  30. proud
    proud April 11 2016 19: 38
    +1
    Wonderful article! Never been a fan of articles by Oleg Kaptsov, but here he was just at the height of the Bravo maestro! Sometimes you really can pleasantly surprise, and not just make you sad, proving that everything is fine with others, but it’s bad with us! I hope the following articles or photo reviews will be no worse than this, I wish you success Oleg!
  31. Sea Wolf
    Sea Wolf April 11 2016 20: 21
    +1
    When you go to the Gulf of Mexico by the Caicos Strait, there, on the right bank, a steamer stood on the shallows, it was seen in a storm. It was a good guide for the radar. The shore is low, there’s nothing to catch from the ocean, there was no satellite then, it wasn’t always possible to use a sextan, so it helped very well. Miles for 20 already began to beat off on the screen.
  32. Taoist
    Taoist April 11 2016 20: 34
    +7
    The steamer "Paris" with a cargo of ammunition, sunk at the entrance to the port of Kemer in 1916.
  33. Taoist
    Taoist April 11 2016 20: 37
    +3
    He's the same. I have a lot of "rivers" in my collection, even if you write the article yourself ... Moreover, I myself was on all these.
  34. Taoist
    Taoist April 11 2016 20: 45
    +3
    Wine car "Karnatic" 19th century. There are still bottles of cargo ...
  35. SlavaP
    SlavaP April 11 2016 21: 26
    +4
    And here, almost in the center of London, the transport "Richard Montgomery" lies in shallow water. Rusty masts swaying idyllically in the breeze, sticking out from under the water. And there - 3000 tons of ammunition ... wassat

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2195590/3-000-ton-timebomb-shipwrecked-T
    hames-estuary.html
    1. ICT
      ICT April 11 2016 21: 47
      +4
      unlucky, but lit up lol
    2. Forever so
      Forever so April 11 2016 23: 23
      0
      So maybe we’ll boom ??))
      1. rJIiOK
        rJIiOK April 12 2016 01: 03
        +1
        Be sure to boomk. The whole world is in ruin! But then..
  36. Yarik76
    Yarik76 April 12 2016 01: 21
    +2
    There is something fascinating about this.







    Powerful live spectacle 'photos are not bad either!
  37. Andrey77
    Andrey77 April 12 2016 11: 20
    0
    I’m adding Oleg for this article.
  38. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn April 12 2016 18: 31
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    Many thanks to the author, who generally took part in the discussions. Not even when I did not suspect what might be so interesting in this topic. Oh, where are my 16-18 years old!
  39. Ajent cho
    Ajent cho April 13 2016 12: 43
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    The Titanic, by chance, is not visible in good weather?))
    1. sub307
      sub307 April 13 2016 16: 57
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      Is that from space ..., and that is unlikely.
  40. Evrepid
    Evrepid April 13 2016 16: 48
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    Interesting stuff
  41. Stanss
    Stanss April 13 2016 22: 41
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    beautiful, but a little sad, especially to look at ours, and even in the former Aral Sea it’s quite a star