Whydah Gally Shipwreck

Whydah Gally Shipwreck

The Whydah Gally Shipwreck – Journeying Back in Time to the Golden Age of Piracy Commonly known as the Whydah, the Whydah Gally shipwreck was found in 1984 by Barry Clifford, who relied on Southack’s early 1717 map to pinpoint its location. The Whydah Gally was a fully rigged galley ship that was captured by… more

Bom Jesus Shipwreck

Bom Jesus Shipwreck

The Discovery of the Final Resting Place for the Bom Jesus Shipwreck The Bon Jesus shipwreck is one of the most impressive testaments of the European Golden Age of Discovery. Disappearing almost 500 years ago, the Portuguese ship was en route to India at the time it seemed to vanish without a trace. Carrying what… more

Salcombe Shipwreck

Salcombe Shipwreck

Salcombe Shipwreck – An Important Link Between Britain and Europe in the Bronze Age The Salcombe shipwreck became one of the most famous wrecks in the world in 2009, when a significant number of Bronze Age objects were discovered off the coast of Devon. They were cataloged as belonging to a ship that sank nearly… more

S.S. Republic Shipwreck

S.S. Republic Shipwreck

The Remarkable Story and the Rediscovery of the S.S. Republic Shipwreck Much is known about the S.S. Republic shipwreck when it comes to its history and the many historical battles it was a part of before its sinking. The ship was used both in the War of 1812 and the Civil War, and was also… more

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