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ACTEON
Brytyjska fregata z 50 działami, spłonęła podczas walki o Fort Moultrie w stanie Południowa Karolina.

U.S.S. AKRON
United States Navy rigid airship (dirigible) capable of docking and hangaring nine aircraft while in flight. Crashed off Beach Haven, New Jersey, in 1922. Seventy three crewmen were lost.

C.S.S. ALABAMA
The Alabama was a screw sloop-of-war built for the Confederacy in 1862. Sunk by the KEARSARGE on June 19, 1864 off Cherbourg, France.

ALEXANDER NEVSKI
Russian steam frigate that ran aground on the coast of Denmark near Thyboron, 1868. The Russian crown prince was on board, but all were saved.

ARCTIC
British steamship stranded on the coast of Jutland, Denmark, 1868.

C.S.S. ARKANSAS
Tough Confederate ironclad that single-handedly battled the entire Mississippi River fleet under Admiral Farragut and won. Burned by her crew above Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to prevent capture in 1862.

BLUCHER
German heavy cruiser which was destroyed and sank during the battle of Dogger Bank in the North Sea, 1916.

BRUTUS
Texas Navy schooner commissioned in February 1836. Grounded in Galveston Bay, Texas.

BONHOMME RICHARD
During the with fight the British frigate SERAPIS in the North Sea, Jones is credited with saying, "Sir, I have not yet begun to fight." The American crew eventually boarded and took the SERAPIS where they watched the BONHOMME RICHARD sink into the North Sea.

U.S.S. CARONDELET
Venerable Union Navy ironclad. Fought in more battles than any other warship in the Civil War. Built by inventive genius James Eads. Sank in the Ohio River long after the war in 1872.

R.M.S. CARPATHIA
Ship that rescued 705 survivors from the Titanic. Later torpedoed by a German U boat.

C.S.S. CHICORA
Confederate ironclad anchored in Charleston that was blown up when the city fell to Union forces.

CHARING CROSS
British freighter torpedoed by German U-boat off Flamborough Head during World War I in 1916.

C.S.S. CHARLESTON
Confederate ironclad anchored in Charleston that was blown up when the city fell to Union forces.

CHICAGO
10,000-ton British freighter sunk by German U-boat off of Flamborough Head in 1918.

C.S.S. COLONEL LOVELL
Confederate cottonclad ram. Saw much action on the Mississippi River near Tennessee. Fought valiantly before being rammed and sunk during the battle for Memphis, 1862.

U.S.S. COMMODORE JONES
Union Navy sidewheel gunboat, formerly a New York ferryboat. Destroyed by a very sophisticated Confederate 2000 pound electrical mine in the James River, 1864

COMMONWEALTH
British freighter sunk by German U-boat during World War I in the North Sea off Flamborough Head.

U.S.S. CUMBERLAND
Union Navy frigate. First warship in history to be defeated and sunk by an armored vessel. Rammed by the Confederate ironclad, MERRIMACK (VIRGINIA), Newport News, 1862. Over 120 of her crew were killed.

CYCLOPS
U.S. Navy coal collier vanished without a trace in the Bermuda Triangle during a voyage from Bahia, Brazil, to Baltimore, Maryland in February/March of 1918.

C.S.S. DREWRY
Confederate gunboat. Fought on James River for three years before being badly shot up and sunk by Union Army artillery fire in the middle of Trent's Reach, 1865.

H.M.S. DEFENSE
British heavy cruiser. Blown up and sank with all hands during the battle of Jutland, 1916.

ENDEAVOR
Carried Captain Cook on his first round the world voyage of discovery. Ran aground in Newport, Rhode Island.

C.S.S. FLORIDA
Famous Confederate sea raider that captured and sank nearly 50 United States merchant ships during the Civil War. Captured at Bahia, Brazil, and scuttled near Newport News, Virginia, 1864

C.S.S. FREDERICKSBURG
Confederate ironclad of the James River fleet under command of Admiral Raphael Semmes. Actively engaged until end of war. Blown up by her crew at Drewry's Bluff, 1865.

C.S.S. GAINES
Confederate gunboat that fought a losing battle with Admiral Farragut's fleet during the battle of Mobile Bay. The GAINES was run aground behind Fort Morgan and burned, 1865.

GALVESTON GRAVEYARD OF SHIPS
Ten to twelve nineteenth century ships that ran aground on old shoal outside of Galveston Bay and now lie buried in sand.

C.S.S. GENERAL BEAUREGARD
Confederate sidewheel ram. Attacked Union flotilla during the battle for Memphis, and was heavily damaged before sinking along the west bank of the Mississippi River, 1862.

GENERAL LOVELL
Gunboat rests just around the Hopewell Bend not twenty-five yards south of the shore.

GENERAL SLOCUM
During an excursion past Manhattan it became engulfed in flames. Before it had grounded on North Brother Island, 1021 passengers were either burned to death or drowned.

C.S.S. GENERAL THOMPSON
Confederate sidewheel ram. Fought up and down the Mississippi River along Tennessee before being burned and run aground during the battle for Memphis, 1862.

GLUCKAUF
Prototype of the modern oil tanker. First to use hull bulkheads to store oil. First to place engines in stern. Stranded on Fire Island, New York, 1892.

C.S.S. GOVERNOR MOORE
Confederate Navy gunboat, converted from a passenger steamer. Put up tough battle against Union fleet during battle for New Orleans. Sixty four of her crew died. Run aground and burned, Mississippi River, 1862.

GREAT STONE FLEET
Large number of sub bottom profile and magnetometer contacts where 16 old New England whalers were scuttled to block channel leading into Charleston Harbor, 1861.

GREYHOUND
Very fast side wheel steamer that burned on November 27, 1864. She departed Bermuda Hundred and after proceeding a few miles a violent boiler explosion set her afire.

H.M.S. HAWKE
British cruiser sunk by the German submarine U-9, sixty miles off Scotland, October 1915. Three hundred forty eight of her crew were lost.

U.S.S. HOUSATONIC
Union Navy sloop-of-war. First warship in history to be sunk by a submarine, the Confederate torpedo boat, HUNLEY, outside of Charleston, South Carolina, 1864. All but five of her crew were rescued.

C.S.S. HUNLEY
First submarine in history to sink a warship. After torpedoing the U.S.S. HOUSATONIC off Charleston, South Carolina in February, 1864, the HUNLEY and her nine-man crew vanished.

H.M.S. INDEFATIGABLE
British battle cruiser. Blown up by German naval gunfire and sank during the battle of Jutland in the North Sea, 1916. Over 1,000 men went to the bottom with her.

INVINCIBLE
Republic of Texas Navy ship Invincible. Lost outside of Galveston after fight with two Mexican ships, August 27, 1837.

H.M.S. INVINCIBLE
British battle cruiser. Blown up and sunk by German naval gunfire during the battle of Jutland in the North Sea, May of 1916. Admiral Hood and 1026 of his crew went down with the ship.

IVANHOE
Confederate blockade-runner. Caught by Union gunboats and destroyed near Fort Morgan at the entrance to Mobile Bay, Alabama.

JAMESTOWN
Large passenger steamer, seized by Confederates. Fought gallantly in Hampton Roads, Virginia, with the MERRIMACK. Sunk as obstruction at Drewry's Bluff in 1862.

U.S.S. KEOKUK
One-of-a-kind Union ironclad with two non-revolving gun towers. Generally referred to as a citadel ironclad. Struck over 90 times by Confederate guns at Charleston in 1862. Sank soon after the battle.

KIRKWALL
British steamship that ran aground on the shore of Jutland, Denmark, 1874.

LEOPOLDVILLE
Belgian liner converted into troop transport during World War II. Torpedoed by German U-Boat on Christmas Eve, 1944, off Cherbourg, France. Over 800 American GIs died in the tragedy.

LEXINGTON
Extremely fast sidepaddle steamboat. Constructed by Cornelius Vanderbilt in 1825. Burned and sank in Long Island Sound, New York, in 1840; 151 men, women and children were lost.

LOST LOCOMOTIVE OF KIOWA CREEK
Site where Kansas Pacific freight train was swept away by flood in 1876. It turned out the train was secretly recovered, repaired and placed back in service under new number. What we discovered was a 120-year old insurance scam.

C.S.S. LOUISIANA
Mammoth Confederate ironclad that carried 16 guns. Unfinished and able only to fight while moored along shore during the battle for New Orleans, she was blown up by her crew to prevent capture, 1862.

MALLORY AND IRVINE
NUMA was one of several co-sponsors who backed an expedition to find British climbers George Mallory and Andrew Irvine, lost on Mount Everest.

C.S.S. MANASSAS
First armored ship built in the United States, and the first ironclad to see battle. Designed primarily as a ram. Burned and sank in the Mississippi River during the battle for New Orleans in 1862.

MARY CELESTE
Found sailing off the Azores in 1872 ghost-like with no one aboard. The MARY CELESTE sailed into oblivion when a boarding party from a passing ship found that her captain, his wife, two-year-old daughter and entire crew had inexplicably vanished.

U.S.S. MERRIMACK
A.K.A. C.S.S. VIRGINIA. Many magnetometer contacts around site where famous Confederate ironclad was blown up and destroyed off Craney Island, Portsmouth, Virginia, in 1862.

U.S.S. MILWAUKEE
Union monitor sunk by Confederate mines during the closing months of the war.

U.S.S. MISSISSIPPI
Navy's first ocean sailing steam ship. Ran aground and was abandoned by her crew. Set on fire, she slid off the sand bar, ultimately being blown to pieces when the gunpowder in her hull exploded.

NEW ORLEANS
First steamboat on the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers. Hung on a snag in 1814 above Baton Rouge and sank at a place called Clay's Landing.

NORSEMAN
Confederate blockade-runner, small British screw steamer, run ashore off Isle of Palms, Charleston, 1865.

NORTHAMPTON
Fast sidewheel Chesapeake Bay steamer used by the Confederates as a supply ship. Sunk as an obstruction below Drewry's Bluff in James River, 1862.

ODIN
Very early Royal Swedish steamship built in 1826. Ran ashore near Thyboron, Denmark in 1826.

U.S.S. OSAGE
Union monitor sunk by Confederate mines during the closing months of the war.

C.S.S. PALMETTO STATE
Confederate ironclad anchored in Charleston that was blown up when the city fell to Union forces.

U.S.S. PATAPSCO
Union Navy monitor of the Passaic class. Fought throughout the siege of Charleston. Struck a Confederate mine and sank in the channel off Fort Moultrie in 1865. Sixty two of her crew were lost.

H.M.S. PATHFINDER
British scout cruiser. Second warship to be sunk by a submarine and the first by a German U-boat. Torpedoed in the North Sea by the U-21 in August of 1914.

U.S.S. PHILLIPE
Union Navy gunboat that was shelled by the Confederate guns at Fort Morgan, set afire and sank in the entrance to Mobile Bay during Admiral Farragut's attack on the city.

PLATT VALLEY
Sidewheel steamer, snagged on wreck of GENERAL BEAUREGARD and sank below Memphis, 1867.

RACCOON
Confederate blockade-runner. Burned and sunk by Union gunboat outside of Charleston Harbor while running out to sea with cargo of cotton, 1862.

RATTLESNAKE
Confederate blockade-runner. Caught by Union blockading fleet while trying to enter Charleston Harbor off Breech Inlet with cargo of arms and burned.

RESOLUTION
Carried Captain Cook on his second and third round the world voyage of discovery.

C.S.S. RICHMOND
Confederate ironclad that guarded the reaches of the James River for nearly three years. When Richmond fell, her crew destroyed her near Chaffin's Bluff in 1865.

RUBY
Confederate blockade-runner that had many successful runs. Finally chased ashore at Folly Island, Charleston and destroyed, 1864.

S-25
German destroyer, sank during the battle of Jutland, 1916.

SAINT PATRICK
Four-hundred-ton sidewheel steamer, burned and sank above Memphis in 1868.

SAVANNA
On May 22, 1819, she steamed out across the Atlantic. Twenty-nine days later, with smoke and sparks bursting from her single stack, she sailed into Liverpool harbor to the cheers of thousands. Lost when she ran aground on Fire Island in 1821, across the bay from a village then known as Fireplace.

H.M.S SHARK
British destroyer. Sunk by the German Imperial fleet during the battle of Jutland, 1916.

STONEWALL JACKSON
Confederate blockade-runner, formerly the British packet sidewheel steamer, LEOPARD. Run aground on Isle of Palms, South Carolina, 1864.

SULTANA
Side paddlewheel steamboat whose boiler exploded and turned boat into a holocaust. Worst North American ship disaster. Two thousand died, mostly Union soldiers.

SWAMP ANGEL
Remains of parapet where famous 8-inch Parrott gun lobbed 150 pound projectiles into the city of Charleston, 1900 yards away during 1862.

TORPEDO RAFT
The remains of Union Navy anti-torpedo raft used by monitor WEEHAWKEN during battle for Charleston, lies in a marsh at the north end of Morris Island, South Carolina.

TWIN SISTERS
Two, iron 6-pounder cannon, funded and cast in Cincinnati, Ohio, by Texas independence sympathizers and used by Houston's army. Hidden by Confederate war veterans who were returning home after the Civil War.

U-12
German submarine sank after being rammed by the British cruiser, ARIEL, off Scotland in 1915.

U-20
German World War I submarine that sank the Cunard liner LUSITANIA. Stranded on Jutland shore, Denmark in 1916. Later blown up by the Danes in 1926.

U-21
First German U-boat in history to sink an enemy ship. Also sank two battleships near Turkey in World War I. Foundered while under tow in North Sea, 1919.

UB-74
German submarine sank off Weymouth, England, after being depth charged by a British gunboat.

V-48
German destroyer, sank during the battle of Jutland, 1916.

U.S.S. VARUNA
Union Navy gunboat. Rammed three times by Confederate vessels during the battle for New Orleans. She was credited with sinking six enemy ships before being forced ashore and burned, 1862.

VICKSBURG
British steam freighter stranded on the shore of Fire Island, New York, Near Blue Point during a storm in 1875.

C.S.S. VIRGINIA II
Strong Confederate ironclad that helped to keep General Grant's army from crossing the James River to take Richmond. Burned by her crew at Drewry's Bluff by order of Admiral Semmes of ALABAMA fame, 1865.

VIRGINIA NAVY FLEET SUNK BY BENEDICT ARNOLD
Force of British soldiers led by Benedict Arnold after he deserted the American cause attacked a fleet of Virginia Navy ships. All nine American warships were either captured or burned.

U.S.S. WEEHAWKEN
Only Union Navy monitor to have defeated and captured a Confederate ironclad in battle. She had also led the first attack on Fort Sumter. Sank in a storm outside of Charleston, South Carolina, 1864

WHITE BIRD
White Bird, the aircraft flown by Nungessor & Coli, who vanished on transatlantic flight in 1927.

WARATAH
Blue Anchor passenger liner that disappeared off the east coast of South Africa in 1911. Over 200 passengers and crew were lost. One of the great mysteries of the sea.

WEISBADEN
German heavy cruiser burned and sank during the battle of Jutland off the Denmark coast, 1916.



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