Cargo Ship MV Tricolor is remembered for spreading one of the worst marine pollution in maritime history. We bring to you the story of the MV Tricolor as it sank after three collisions, leading to the greatest harm to the marine environment
US Coast Guard Cutter MESQUITE (WLB-305) - rather a black mark on the Coast Guard's reputation, the Mesquite is a good reminder not to let anything become routine. In December 4, 1989, the Mesquite grounded on a reef off the Keeweenaw Peninsula in Lake Superior, ironically, it was there to replace the navigational buoy that marked that very reef. After several hours of trying to free the vessel, the crew reluctantly abandoned ship. Semper Paratus...?
This abandoned yacht, just west of the Mary Murray Staten Island Ferry wreck, apparently once belonged to the Shah of Iran. This ship is located on the south bank of the Raritan River in East Brunswick NJ.
HMS Foudroyant was an of the Royal Navy built at Plymouth Dockyard In 1897 she was towed to Blackpool and during a violent storm, she parted a cable and dragging the remaining anchor, went ashore on Blackpool Sands, damaging North Pier in the process.