The 3 Best Shipwreck Sites That Will Amaze You

Posted By on December 21, 2016

We have all heard of all the amazing and famous shipwrecks that have been found in the deepest part of the ocean. Though it is true that these ships have sunk, we can’t help but be amazed at the things we could see and learn from it. Check out the best shipwreck sites that will amaze you.

1. The Titanic

Who doesn’t know Titanic? I bet no one as it is the most famous shipwreck of all time. There is no doubt about that. The most amazing sunken ship was found in the year 1985. The story of Titanic is not something new for everyone as it has been made famous by the movie. Though it is the ship that kills a lot of people, there is still something amazing about it due to the grandeur of the sunken luxury ship.

2. The Vasa

It is another ship that is full of luxurious things because it was made as a warship to honor the late King Gustavus Adolphus. It was just saddening that it sank not long enough after it left the harbor. The good thing about this ship is that you do not have to go diving if you want to see it. It has been salvaged from the sea, and it is now standing tall in Stockholm where the Vasa Museum is located.

3. The Ghost Ship

Many years have passed, but the Ghost Ship seemed to have been frozen in time. Due to the kind of water, the Baltic Sea has, the ship is still in an excellent condition if you will compare it to other shipwrecks that have sunk around the same time way back 1600’s. Unlike many other ships, there was no exploration sent to look for it, but it was just accidentally found as if the ship wanted the human kind to find a piece of history.

These are the three most incredible shipwrecks of all time. There is no doubt that these three have seemed to be frozen in time.

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