Shipwrecks: US East Coast-2021

New Jersey "Anchor Wreck" (May 2021)

A classic sailing ship wreck, with only wooden ribs left to mark her hull, and a large anchor at the bow along with a capstan/winch and pile of anchor chain

 

Cape Hatteras, NC (June 2021)

British Splendour

The upside-down stern section of the tanker British Splendour which was sunk during World War II.

 

Dixie Arrow

Stingray and anchor chain

 

F.W Abrams

Buried stingray near the collapsed bowThe Abram's steam engine has largely collapsed, but one piston still stands upright with the collapsed outer cylinder lying beneath it

 

Liberator

Anchor chain still stacked neatly inside the "chain chutes" at the bowBow anchor and schooling fish

 

Manuela

Sharks and jacks near the ship's bow

 

Proteus

Lionfish and colorful coral encrusting one of the Proteus' winches
Lionfish and shark
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