Natalia Widiasih Raharjanti

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Luxury Liner Row, Manhattan, New York, 1939 - From top to Bottom are "Monarch of Bermuda", The "Fort Townshend", The "Conte di Savoia", The "Aquatania" (Sister ship to the Lusitania), The "Britannic", The "Normandie", The "De Grasse", The "Bremen" and The "Columbus". All but three of these ship would later sink. The Three that did not sink were the Aquatania, The Britannic and the Fort Townshend.

Luxury Liner Row, Manhattan, New York, 1939 - From top to Bottom are "Monarch of Bermuda", The "Fort Townshend", The "Conte di Savoia", The "Aquatania" (Sister ship to the Lusitania), The "Britannic", The "Normandie", The "De Grasse", The "Bremen" and The "Columbus". All but three of these ship would later sink. The Three that did not sink were the Aquatania, The Britannic and the Fort Townshend.

(C) RMMV AUREOL 1951-74, MV MARIANNA VI 1975 - 2001. She is shown here in Liverpool in April 1971. It is interesting to note that she spent over half of her fifty years as an accommodation ship (1975-1990) or laid up (1990-2001). It is said that right to the end she looked well found; as indeed she should as the last of the West African mailboats.

(C) RMMV AUREOL 1951-74, MV MARIANNA VI 1975 - 2001. She is shown here in Liverpool in April 1971. It is interesting to note that she spent over half of her fifty years as an accommodation ship (1975-1990) or laid up (1990-2001). It is said that right to the end she looked well found; as indeed she should as the last of the West African mailboats.

by rachelllllx333 Ship Wreck Roatan Honduras

by rachelllllx333 Ship Wreck Roatan Honduras

Art to Media Wreck Dive Site Map, Aikoku Maru, Truk Lagoon, Micronesia

Art to Media Wreck Dive Site Map, Aikoku Maru, Truk Lagoon, Micronesia

HMS VICTORIA today-- her Stern points completely vertical (like an accusing finger) at the water's surface above. She is buried deep in the silt, a large factor being her propellers, which were still turning as she capsized and sunk. (While this position is unusual, it is not unique solely to the Victoria. There are a few other shipwrecks in this precarious position. For one such shipwreck, see my board "Other Famous/Interesting Shipwrecks.")

HMS VICTORIA today-- her Stern points completely vertical (like an accusing finger) at the water's surface above. She is buried deep in the silt, a large factor being her propellers, which were still turning as she capsized and sunk. (While this position is unusual, it is not unique solely to the Victoria. There are a few other shipwrecks in this precarious position. For one such shipwreck, see my board "Other Famous/Interesting Shipwrecks.")

View of the deck and a "bazooka" hole in the smokestack ... American Star formerly SS America. Click on link for more pics aboard wreck

View of the deck and a "bazooka" hole in the smokestack ... American Star formerly SS America. Click on link for more pics aboard wreck

Italian Line RAFFAELLO

Italian Line RAFFAELLO

SS Waratah in high seas. Waves removed this ship so that not one piece or person was ever found again.

SS Waratah in high seas. Waves removed this ship so that not one piece or person was ever found again.

Le Celtic

Le Celtic

Courtesy of Mike Williams. Definitely her 'Finest Hour'!

Courtesy of Mike Williams. Definitely her 'Finest Hour'!