Selected Underwater Shipwreck Sites...


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The Pisa Wreck
Archaeology Magazine's interactive Dig beneath the Black Sea. Excavation of a 13th-century galley off Ukraine's Crimea Peninsula

The Sloop Industry (Museum of Underwater Archaeology)
Underwater archaeologists and maritime historians present information on the sloop Industry.

CSS Alabama (Museum of Underwater Archaeology)
Underwater archaeologists and maritime historians present information on CSS Alabama.

 Blackbeard's Flagship The Queen Anne's Revenge (North Carolina)
This comprehensive web site offers archaeology, history, conservation, and education about the Queen Anne's Revenge shipwreck, lost in North Carolina waters in 1718. This web site is operated by the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources.

La Belle Shipwreck (Texas)

In 1687 this small French ship ran aground on the Texas Coast.   The ship was part of Robert Cavelier Sieur de La Salle's expedition to build a colony for trading at the mouth of the Mississippi River. Instead, he and his colonists landed on the coast of Texas, where they began a doomed journey.

 


 

 

 

Updated 11/30/2011