List of shipwrecks of Europe

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This is a list of shipwrecks located in and around the continent of Europe.

Albania[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
HMS Phoenix 14 May 1918 An Acheron-class destroyer that was torpedoed by SM U-27 and sank under tow off Vlorë, Albania. 40°23.5′N 19°14′E / 40.3917°N 19.233°E / 40.3917; 19.233 (HMS Phoenix (1911))

Belgium[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
HMS Basilisk 1 June 1940 A B-class destroyer that was sunk by German bombers off Koksijde. 51°08′16″N 02°35′06″E / 51.13778°N 2.58500°E / 51.13778; 2.58500 (HMS Basilisk (H11))
HMS Brilliant 23 April 1918 An Apollo-class cruiser scuttled as a blockship in the mouth of Ostend harbour.
SS Empire Blessing 19 March 1945 A cargo ship that stuck a mine in the River Scheldt. 51°24′N 3°17′E / 51.400°N 3.283°E / 51.400; 3.283 (SS Empire Blessing)
HMS Grafton 29 May 1940 A G-class destroyer that was torpedoed by U-62 off Nieuwpoort. 51°24′N 2°49′E / 51.400°N 2.817°E / 51.400; 2.817 (HMS Grafton (H89))
MS Herald of Free Enterprise 6 March 1987 A RORO ferry that capsized four minutes out from Zeebrugge, resulting in 193 deaths. 51°22′28.5″N 3°11′26″E / 51.374583°N 3.19056°E / 51.374583; 3.19056 (MS Herald of Free Enterprise)
SM U-5 18 December 1914 A Type U 5 U-boat that sank north of Zeebrugge. 51°23′N 3°11′E / 51.383°N 3.183°E / 51.383; 3.183 (SM U-5 (Germany))
SM U-11 9 December 1914 A German submarine mined in the First Battle of the Atlantic. 51°06′N 1°29′E / 51.100°N 1.483°E / 51.100; 1.483 (SM U-11 (Germany))
SM UB-10 5 October 1918 A Type UB I U-boat that was scuttled off Zeebrugge. 51°21′N 3°12′E / 51.350°N 3.200°E / 51.350; 3.200 (SM UB-10)
SM UB-59 5 October 1918 A Type UB III U-boat that was scuttled off Zeebrugge. 51°19′N 03°12′E / 51.317°N 3.200°E / 51.317; 3.200 (SM UB-59)
SM UC-3 27 May 1916 A German minelaying submarine that struck a mine off Zeebrugge.
SM UC-62 14 October 1917 A German minelaying submarine sunk by a mine off Zeebrugge.
SM UC-77 14 July 1918 A German minelaying submarine sunk by a mine off Flanders.
Z8 Bruno Heinemann 25 January 1942 A German destroyer sunk by mines laid by HMS Plover.

Bulgaria[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
SS Mopang 30 June 1921 A steamship that struck a mine off Burgas. 42°28.086′N 27°41.685′E / 42.468100°N 27.694750°E / 42.468100; 27.694750 (SS Mopang)

Canary Islands[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
SS American Star 18 January 1993 An ocean liner that ran aground on Fuerteventura under tow, then split in half and sank. 28°20′46″N 14°10′50″W / 28.346077°N 14.180442°W / 28.346077; -14.180442 (SS America (1940))
El Condesito 1 January 1972 A cement barge that ran aground off Arona, Tenerife.

Corsica[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Sémillante 15 February 1855 A Surveillante-class frigate that sank in a hurricane in the Strait of Bonifacio.

Croatia[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Baron Gautsch 12 August 1914 An Austrian steam liner sunk by an underwater mine near Rovinj.
Cesare Rossarol 16 November 1918 An Italian Alessandro Poerio-class cruiser sunk by an underwater mine near Ližnjan.
Giuseppe Garibaldi 18 July 1915 A Giuseppe Garibaldi-class armored cruiser that was torpedoed by SM U-4 southeast of Dubrovnik.
SMS Niobe 22 December 1943 A Gazelle-class light cruiser that ran aground on Silba and was sunk by British motor torpedo boats. 44°22′N 14°42′E / 44.367°N 14.700°E / 44.367; 14.700 (SMS Niobe)
SMS Szent István 10 June 1918 A Tegetthoff-class dreadnought battleship that was sunk off Molat island by Italian torpedo boat MAS-15. 44°12′07″N 14°27′05″E / 44.20194°N 14.45139°E / 44.20194; 14.45139 (SMS Szent István)
SMS Viribus Unitis 1 November 1918 A Tegetthoff-class dreadnought battleship that was sunk at anchor at Pula by an Italian human torpedo. 44°52′9″N 13°49′9″E / 44.86917°N 13.81917°E / 44.86917; 13.81917 (SMS Viribus Unitis)

Cyprus[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
HMS Cricket 1947 A gunboat that sank at Larnaca.
MV Demetrios II 23 March 1998 A cargo ship that ran aground off Paphos in heavy seas, during a voyage from Greece to Syria with a cargo of timber.
Kyrenia ship A Greek merchant ship dating to the 4th century BC, that now sits on display in a museum at Kyrenia Castle.
Zenobia 7 June 1980 A Swedish RO-RO ferry that sank 1-mile (1.6 km) off the port of Larnaca.

Denmark[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Alexander Nevsky 25 September 1868 A Russian frigate that ran aground off the coast of Thyborøn. 56°41′N 08°08′E / 56.683°N 8.133°E / 56.683; 8.133 (Alexander Neuski)
HMS Black Prince 31 May 1916 A Duke of Edinburgh-class armored cruiser that sank at the Battle of Jutland. The site is a protected place.
Dannebroge 4 October 1710 A ship of the line that exploded and sank in the Great Northern War during the Action of 4 October 1710. 55°29.53′N 12°30.17′E / 55.49217°N 12.50283°E / 55.49217; 12.50283 (Dannebroge)
HMS Defence 31 May 1916 A ship of the line that suffered a magazine explosion during the Battle of Jutland. The site is a protected place. 56°21′30″N 8°06′00″E / 56.3583°N 8.1°E / 56.3583; 8.1 (HMS Defence (1763))
SMS Elbing 1 June 1916 A Pillau-class light cruiser that was scuttled following a collision with SMS Posen in the Battle of Jutland.
SMS Frauenlob 31 May 1916 A Gazelle-class light cruiser that was torpedoed and shelled during the Battle of Jutland.
Freja af Stockholm 20 February 1994 A Swedish tugboat that sank outside Frederikshavn. The vessel now rests at a depth of 23 meters. 57°27′N 10°40′E / 57.450°N 10.667°E / 57.450; 10.667 (Freja af Stockholm)
Fu Shan Hai 31 May 2003 A Chinese bulk carrier that sank after a collision with the Cypriot container vessel Gdynia, without injury or loss of life.[1]
HMS Indefatigable 31 May 1916 An Indefatigable-class battlecruiser that suffered a magazine explosion during the Battle of Jutland. The site is a protected place.
HMS Invincible 31 May 1916 An Invincible-class battlecruiser that was sunk in the Battle of Jutland. The site is a protected place. 57°02′40″N 6°07′15″E / 57.04444°N 6.12083°E / 57.04444; 6.12083 (HMS Invincible (1907))
Kolding cog A wreck discovered in Kolding Fjord, thought to date from around 1190.
SMS Lützow 1 June 1916 A Derfflinger-class battlecruiser that was scuttled off Horns Reef after severe damage in the Battle of Jutland. 56°15′N 5°53′E / 56.250°N 5.883°E / 56.250; 5.883 (SMS Lützow)
HMS Pandora 13 February 1811 A Cruizer-class brig-sloop that ran aground off Skagen, Jutland.
SMS Pommern 1 June 1916 A Deutschland-class predreadnought battleship that suffered a magazine explosion during the Battle of Jutland.
HMS Queen Mary 31 May 1916 A battlecruiser that suffered a magazine explosion during the Battle of Jutland. The site is a protected place.
U-20 4 November 1916 A Type U 19 U-boat that ran aground and was scuttled by her crew on the following day. 56°33′N 08°08′E / 56.550°N 8.133°E / 56.550; 8.133 (SM U-20)
U-235 14 April 1945 A Type VIIC U-boat that was accidentally sunk by the German torpedo boat T-17 off Skagen. 57°44′N 10°39′E / 57.733°N 10.650°E / 57.733; 10.650 (German submarine U-235)
U-579 5 May 1945 A Type VIIC U-boat that was sunk by a British aircraft east of Aarhus. 56°10′N 11°04′E / 56.167°N 11.067°E / 56.167; 11.067 (German submarine U-579)
HMS Warrior 1 June 1916 A Duke of Edinburgh-class armored cruiser that foundered under tow after severe damage in the Battle of Jutland. The site is a protected place.

Estonia[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
MS Estonia 28 September 1994 A cruise ferry that sunk about 100 km from Turku, Finland, claiming 852 lives. 59°23′N 21°42′E / 59.383°N 21.700°E / 59.383; 21.700 (MS Estonia)
Maasilinn Wreck A wreck off Saaremaa island dating to the 16th century.

Faroe Islands[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Lincoln City 1941 A British trawler that was sunk in Tórshavn Harbour.
SS Sauternes 7 December 1941 A steamship that sank after a storm in the sound of Fugloyarfjørður.
Tjaldur 27 June 1946 Sank after hitting the nesse of Mjóvanes.

Finland[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Sankt Nikolai 1790 A Russian frigate sunk in the Battle of Svensksund.
Vrouw Maria 9 October 1771 A Dutch merchant ship that ran aground and sank.

France[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Madrague de Giens (Shipwreck) 75-60 BCE A Roman merchantman sunk off the coast of La Madrague de Giens, east of Toulon. 43°2′N 06°6′E / 43.033°N 6.100°E / 43.033; 6.100 (Madrague de Giens (75-60 BCE))
CSS Alabama 11 June 1864 A screw sloop-of-war that was sunk off Cherbourg-Octeville during the American Civil War. 49°45′09″N 1°41′42″W / 49.75250°N 1.69500°W / 49.75250; -1.69500 (CSS Alabama)
Amoco Cadiz 16 March 1978 A supertanker that ran aground at Portsall, causing an oil spill. 48°36′N 4°42′W / 48.6°N 4.7°W / 48.6; -4.7 (Amoco Cadiz)
HMS Arethusa 19 March 1779 A Royal Navy frigate, wrecked off Ushant after sustaining considerable damage in a battle with the French ship Aigrette. 48°27′4″N 5°4′4″W / 48.45111°N 5.06778°W / 48.45111; -5.06778 (HMS Arethusa (1759))
SMS Baden 16 August 1921 A Bayern-class dreadnought sunk as a target in Hurd Deep. 49°49′42″N 2°23′21″W / 49.82833°N 2.38917°W / 49.82833; -2.38917 (SMS Baden (1915))
HMS Britomart 27 August 1944 A Halcyon-class minesweeper that was, along with HMS Hussar, accidentally sunk by RAF Hawker Typhoons off Le Havre.
La Combattante 23 February 1945 A Hunt-class destroyer that was used by the Free French Naval Forces, and sank off Normandy.
USS Corry 6 June 1944 A Gleaves-class destroyer sunk off Îles Saint-Marcouf during the D-Day landings. 49°30′50″N 1°11′30″W / 49.51389°N 1.19167°W / 49.51389; -1.19167 (USS Corry (DD-463))
HMS Dragon 7 July 1944 A Danae-class cruiser that was transferred to the Polish Navy and then scuttled near Courseulles.
Droits de l'Homme 1797 A ship-of-the-line that was sunk after going aground off Plozévet.
SS Empire Javelin 28 December 1944 An infantry landing ship that was sunk in the English Channel. 50°5′N 1°0′W / 50.083°N 1.000°W / 50.083; -1.000 (SS Empire Javelin)
HMS Grenade 29 May 1940 A G-class destroyer that was sunk by German a Stuka during the Battle of Dunkirk. 51°24′28″N 2°49′10″E / 51.40778°N 2.81944°E / 51.40778; 2.81944 (HMS Grenade (H68))
HMS Havant 1 June 1940 A H-class destroyer that was scuttled after taking damage in the Battle of Dunkirk. 51°08′00″N 2°15′49″E / 51.13333°N 2.26361°E / 51.13333; 2.26361 (HMS Havant (H32))
SS Hilda 18 December 1905 A steamship that hit the Pierre de Portes rocks in thick fog and sank off Saint-Malo. 48°40.49′N 2°5.72′W / 48.67483°N 2.09533°W / 48.67483; -2.09533 (SS Hilda)
HMS Keith 1 June 1940 A B-class destroyer sunk at Dunkirk by enemy aircraft. 51°04′46″N 02°26′47″E / 51.07944°N 2.44639°E / 51.07944; 2.44639 (HMS Keith (1930))
Komet 14 October 1942 A German auxiliary cruiser sunk by British motor torpedo boats near La Hague. 49°44′0″N 1°32′0″W / 49.73333°N 1.53333°W / 49.73333; -1.53333 (German auxiliary cruiser Komet)
RMS Lancastria 17 June 1940 A Cunard Liner sunk in the Loire River estuary during World War II. 47°10′26″N 2°19′15″W / 47.17389°N 2.32083°W / 47.17389; -2.32083 (RMS Lancastria)
Ophelia 21 November 1915 A German hospital ship seized by the British Navy, and torpedoed by UB-10 off Boulogne.
USS Rich 8 June 1944 A Buckley-class destroyer escort that hit three mines off Îles Saint-Marcouf. 49°31′N 1°10.6′W / 49.517°N 1.1767°W / 49.517; -1.1767 (USS Rich (DE-695))
USS Susan B. Anthony 7 June 1944 A transport ship sunk by a mine off Normandy; all 2,689 people aboard were rescued. 49°29′24″N 0°42′48″W / 49.49000°N 0.71333°W / 49.49000; -0.71333 (USS Susan B. Anthony (AP-72))
SM U-151 7 June 1921 A German submarine sunk as a target at Cherbourg.
U-441 8 June 1944 A German submarine sunk off Ushant. 48°27′N 05°47′W / 48.450°N 5.783°W / 48.450; -5.783 (German submarine U-441)
White Ship 25 November 1120 A 12th century vessel that sank in the English Channel near the Normandy coast off Barfleur.

Germany[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Cap Arcona 3 May 1945 A German luxury ocean liner that was sunk in Lübeck Bay. 54°3.9′N 10°50.45′E / 54.0650°N 10.84083°E / 54.0650; 10.84083 (Cap Arcona)
Fides 23 January 1962 A freighter that was stranded on Grosser Vogelsand off the mouth of the Elbe River.
Ondo 6 December 1961 A British freighter that was stranded on Grosser Vogelsand off the mouth of the Elbe River.
SMS Seeadler 19 April 1917 A Bussard-class cruiser that was being used as a mine hulk when a mine exploded on board, sinking Seeadler in the Jade Bight. 53°29′N 8°12′E / 53.483°N 8.200°E / 53.483; 8.200 (SMS Seeadler)
U-8 2 May 1945 A Type IIB U-boat that was scuttled at Wilhelmshaven. 53°31′N 8°10′E / 53.517°N 8.167°E / 53.517; 8.167 (German submarine U-8 (1935))
U-60 2 May 1945 A Type IIC U-boat that was scuttled at Wilhelmshaven.
U-61 2 May 1945 A Type IIC U-boat that was scuttled at Wilhelmshaven.
U-103 15 April 1945 A Type IXB U-boat that was sunk by Canadian bombers at Kiel. 54°19′34″N 10°09′50″E / 54.326°N 10.164°E / 54.326; 10.164 (German submarine U-103 (1940))
U-236 5 May 1945 A Type VIIC U-boat that was scuttled near Schleimünde. 54°37′N 10°03′E / 54.617°N 10.050°E / 54.617; 10.050 (German submarine U-236)
U-237 4 April 1945 A Type VIIC U-boat that was sunk by British bombs at Kiel.
U-276 3 May 1945 A Type VIIC U-boat that was scuttled at Neustadt after taking damage from British aircraft.
U-287 16 May 1945 A Type VIIC U-boat that was sunk, possibly by a mine, in the Elbe estuary. 53°50′N 08°50′E / 53.833°N 8.833°E / 53.833; 8.833 (German submarine U-287)
U-316 2 May 1945 A Type VIIC U-boat that was scuttled near Travemünde. 53°58′N 10°53′E / 53.967°N 10.883°E / 53.967; 10.883 (German submarine U-316)
U-323 3 May 1945 A Type VIIC/41 U-boat that was scuttled near Nordenham. 53°30′N 08°30′E / 53.500°N 8.500°E / 53.500; 8.500 (German submarine U-323)
U-339 3 May 1945 A Type VIIC U-boat that was scuttled near Wilhelmshaven. 53°31′N 08°10′E / 53.517°N 8.167°E / 53.517; 8.167 (German submarine U-339)
U-345 December 1945 A Type VIIC U-boat that was scuttled off Warenmünde.
U-348 30 March 1945 A Type VIIC U-boat that was sunk by American aircraft near Hamburg. 53°33′N 09°57′E / 53.550°N 9.950°E / 53.550; 9.950 (German submarine U-348)
U-350 30 March 1945 A Type VIIC U-boat that was sunk by American aircraft near Hamburg. 53°33′N 09°57′E / 53.550°N 9.950°E / 53.550; 9.950 (German submarine U-350)
U-777 15 October 1944 A Type VIIC U-boat that was sunk by British aircraft off Wilhelmshaven. 53°51′N 08°10′E / 53.850°N 8.167°E / 53.850; 8.167 (German submarine U-777)
U-870 30 March 1945 A Type IXC/40 U-boat that was sunk by American bombs at Bremen. 53°04′N 08°50′E / 53.067°N 8.833°E / 53.067; 8.833 (German submarine U-870)

Gibraltar[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
RFA Bedenham 27 April 1951 A naval armament carrier that exploded at Gun Wharf. 36°08′07″N 5°21′18″W / 36.135183°N 5.355096°W / 36.135183; -5.355096 (Explosion of the RFA Bedenham)
MV Fedra 10 October 2008 A cargo ship that ran aground at Europa Point in gale force winds. 36°06′38″N 5°20′41″W / 36.110534°N 5.344812°W / 36.110534; -5.344812 (MV Fedra)
MV New Flame 12 August 2007 A cargo ship that collided with Torm Gertrud off Europa Point. 36°06′06″N 5°20′45″W / 36.10167°N 5.34583°W / 36.10167; -5.34583 (MV New Flame)
HMS Sussex 1 March 1694 An English ship-of-the-line lost in a severe storm.

Greece[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Antikythera wreck A wreck on Antikythera island that contained the Antikythera mechanism and dates from approximately 86 BC. 35°53′23″N 23°18′28″E / 35.8897°N 23.3078°E / 35.8897; 23.3078 (Antikythera wreck)
Bartolomeo Colleoni 19 July 1940 A Condottieri-class light cruiser that was sunk in the Battle of Cape Spada. 35°41′34″N 23°43′14″E / 35.69278°N 23.72056°E / 35.69278; 23.72056 (Italian cruiser Bartolomeo Colleoni)
HMHS Britannic 21 November 1916 A White Star Liner sunk by flooding after striking a mine near the isle of Kea. 37°42′05″N 24°17′02″E / 37.70139°N 24.28389°E / 37.70139; 24.28389 (HMHS Britannic)
Dimitrios shipwreck 23 December 1981 A small freight ship that was swept away by the sea from the port of Gythio and left stranded on a sandy beach.
Dokos shipwreck c. 2200 BCE The oldest known underwater shipwreck discovery, dating to c. 2200 BCE.
HMS Dulverton 13 November 1943 A Hunt-class destroyer that was attacked by German aircraft in the Battle of Leros and scuttled. 36°50′N 27°30′E / 36.833°N 27.500°E / 36.833; 27.500 (HMS Dulverton (L63))
Elli 15 August 1940 A protected cruiser that was sunk by the Italian submarine Delfino off Tinos. 37°32′9″N 25°9′3″E / 37.53583°N 25.15083°E / 37.53583; 25.15083 (Greek cruiser Elli)
MS Express Samina 26 September 2000 A RO-RO passenger ferry that capsized after hitting a rock off the island of Paros.
HMS Gloucester 22 May 1941 A Town-class light cruiser that was sunk by German dive bombers in the Battle of Crete. 35°50′N 23°0′E / 35.833°N 23.000°E / 35.833; 23.000 (HMS Gloucester (62))
HMS Greyhound 22 May 1941 A G-class destroyer that was sunk by German dive bombers northwest of Crete. 36°00′N 23°10′E / 36.000°N 23.167°E / 36.000; 23.167 (HMS Greyhound (H05))
HMS Hereward 29 May 1941 An H-class destroyer that was sunk by German dive bombers off Crete. 35°20′N 26°20′E / 35.333°N 26.333°E / 35.333; 26.333 (HMS Hereward (H93))
Hydra 22 April 1941 A Greek destroyer that was sunk by German bombers off Kardiotissa.
HMS Intrepid 27 September 1943 An I-class destroyer that was sunk by German aircraft at Leros. 37°7′N 26°51′E / 37.117°N 26.850°E / 37.117; 26.850 (HMS Intrepid (D10))
HMS Kashmir 23 May 1941 A K-class destroyer that was sunk by German dive bombers south of Gavdos. 34°40′N 24°10′E / 34.667°N 24.167°E / 34.667; 24.167 (HMS Kashmir (F12))
HMS Kelly 23 May 1941 A K-class destroyer that was sunk by German dive bombers south of Gavdos. 34°40′N 24°10′E / 34.667°N 24.167°E / 34.667; 24.167 (HMS Kelly (F01))
HMS M28 20 January 1918 An M15-class monitor that was sunk in the Battle of Imbros. 40°13′43″N 25°57′46″E / 40.22861°N 25.96278°E / 40.22861; 25.96278 (HMS M28)
MS Mediterranean Sky 11 January 2003 An ocean liner that capsized in Elevsis Bay.
Mimis A tugboat that sank near the island of Aigina when it hit a mine during World War II.
Panagiotis 1 October 1980 A coastal trading ship run aground on the isle of Zakynthos, while allegedly smuggling cigarettes from Turkey. 37°51′34.57″N 20°37′29.5″E / 37.8596028°N 20.624861°E / 37.8596028; 20.624861 (Panagiotis (ship))
Patris 1868 A wheel steamboat lost off Kea Island. 37°34′44.18″N 24°15′46.42″E / 37.5789389°N 24.2628944°E / 37.5789389; 24.2628944 (Patris)
HMS Perseus 6 December 1941 A submarine sunk by a mine near the island of Kefalonia. 37°54′0″N 20°54′0″E / 37.90000°N 20.90000°E / 37.90000; 20.90000 (HMS Perseus)
MS Sea Diamond 6 April 2007 A Greek cruise ship that struck a reef off the harbor of Santorini island and sank the following day. 36°23′41″N 25°25′51″E / 36.39472°N 25.43083°E / 36.39472; 25.43083 (MS Sea Diamond)
Thérèse 24 June 1669 A French warship that sunk off Heraklion after an accidental explosion of the powder-keg.
U-133 1942 A U-boat that sunk at Saronikos Gulf after hitting a Greek mine.
U-596 24 September 1944 A Type VIIC U-boat that was scuttled near Salamis Island. 37°59′N 23°34′E / 37.983°N 23.567°E / 37.983; 23.567 (German submarine U-596)
Vasilissa Olga ("Queen Olga") 26 September 1943 A Greek destroyer sunk by Luftwaffe bombers in the port of Leros island.

Iceland[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
USCGC Alexander Hamilton 30 January 1942 A Treasury-class cutter that was torpedoed by German submarine U-132 off Reykjavík, and sank the next day. 64°06′N 22°34′W / 64.10°N 22.56°W / 64.10; -22.56 (USCGC Alexander Hamilton)
ES Goðafoss 10 November 1944 A cargo ship that was torpedoed by German submarine U-300 off Gardskagi. Totals of 42 casualties and 21 survivors. 6°6′N 22°45′W / 6.100°N 22.750°W / 6.100; -22.750 (ES Goðafoss)
HMS Niger 5 July 1942 A Halcyon-class minesweeper that was sunk by a mine off the Westfjords. 66°35′N 23°14′W / 66.583°N 23.233°W / 66.583; -23.233 (HMS Niger (J73))
U-253 25 September 1942 A Type VIIC U-boat that sank in the Denmark Strait. 66°59′59.9″N 23°0′0″W / 66.999972°N 23.00000°W / 66.999972; -23.00000 (German submarine U-253)

Ireland[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Alondra 29 December 1916 A British steamship that ran aground in fog on Kedge Rocks near Baltimore Island.
RMS Andania 27 January 1918 A cargo ship that was torpedoed by SM U-46 northeast of Rathlin Island. 55°20′N 6°12′W / 55.333°N 6.200°W / 55.333; -6.200 (RMS Andania (1913))
HMS Audacious 27 October 1914 A British battleship that sank after striking a German mine near Lough Swilly.
MV Bolivar 4 March 1947 A Norwegian motor vessel that ran aground on the Kish Bank during a snow storm.[2]
RMS Carpathia 17 July 1918 A Cunard Line transatlantic passenger steamship famous for coming to RMS Titanic's rescue in 1912. It was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-55. 49°28′00″N 19°46′00″W / 49.4667°N 19.7667°W / 49.4667; -19.7667 (RMS Carpathia)
Chirripo 28 December 1917 A 4,126-tonne Elders & Fyffes cargo liner and banana boat running the Avonmouth to Jamaica route, either struck a mine or was torpedoed and went down near Blackhead lighthouse in Belfast Lough, without loss of life.
SS Cymric 8 May 1916 A steamship that was torpedoed by German submarine U-20.
Dido 1883 A barque that sank off Kedge Island, near Baltimore, County Cork.[3] 51°28′N 09°19′W / 51.467°N 9.317°W / 51.467; -9.317 (Dido)
Edmond 19 November 1850 A passenger sailing vessel that sank of the coast of Kilkee, County Clare. 52°40′53.15″N 09°39′19.27″W / 52.6814306°N 9.6553528°W / 52.6814306; -9.6553528 (Edmond (1850))
SS Empress of Britain II 28 October 1940 An ocean liner bombed by aircraft and then torpedoed and sunk by U-32. 55°16′N 9°50′W / 55.267°N 9.833°W / 55.267; -9.833 (RMS Empress of Britain (1930))
Ems 28 October 1927 A sailing ship that caught fire and was abandoned at sea.
Fulmar 30 January 1886 A cargo ship that sunk in a storm off the coast of Kilkee, County Clare. 52°42′59.0718″N 09°37′30.50″W / 52.716408833°N 9.6251389°W / 52.716408833; -9.6251389 (Fulmar (1868))
Illyrian May 1884 A very broken-up steamer that sank after colliding with the cliffs in fog on the eastern side of Cape Clear Island, County Cork.[4] 51°26′N 09°29′W / 51.433°N 9.483°W / 51.433; -9.483 (Illyrian)
Housatonic 3 January 1908 A tanker that ran aground off the Maidens.
Innisfallen 23 May 1918 A steamer that was torpedoed by U-64 26 km (16 mi) east of the Kish Light Vessel.
Kowloon Bridge December 1986 A Bridge-class ore-bulk-oil carrier that sank with its cargo of iron ore when sailing from Quebec to the River Clyde.[5] 51°28′N 09°14′W / 51.467°N 9.233°W / 51.467; -9.233 (Kowloon Bridge)
RMS Laconia 25 February 1917 A Cunard Line ocean liner sunk near Fastnet Rock by German submarine U-50. 52°0′N 13°40′W / 52.000°N 13.667°W / 52.000; -13.667 (RMS Laconia (1911))
SS Laurentic 25 January 1917 An armed merchantman that struck two mines off Lough Swilly. 55°15′43″N 6°49′05″W / 55.262°N 6.818°W / 55.262; -6.818 (SS Laurentic (1909))
RMS Leinster 10 October 1918 The Dublin to Holyhead mailboat, torpedoed and sunk 6 km (4 mi) east of the Kish Lighthouse by UB-123.
HMHS Llandovery Castle 27 June 1918 A hospital ship that was torpedoed by SM U-86, with the loss of 234 lives. 51°18′00″N 009°54′00″W / 51.30000°N 9.90000°W / 51.30000; -9.90000 (HMHS Llandovery Castle)
RMS Lusitania 7 May 1915 A British ocean liner torpedoed and sunk by the German U-boat U-20. 51°25′N 8°33′W / 51.417°N 8.550°W / 51.417; -8.550 (RMS Lusitania)
Marquis of Rockingham 23 December 1775 An East Indiaman that ran aground near Cobh.
SS Minnehaha 7 September 1917 An ocean liner torpedoed by German submarine U-48 near Fastnet Rock.
MV Plassey 8 March 1960 A cargo ship, wrecked off the coast of Inisheer, the smallest of the Aran Islands, and has since been thrown above high tide mark at Carraig na Finise. Islanders rescued the entire crew from the stricken vessel – an event captured in a pictorial display at the National Maritime Museum in Dún Laoghaire, County Dublin. The wreck appears in the opening credits of the comedy series Father Ted.
Ranga 11 March 1982 A Spanish container ship on charter to the Icelandic shipping company, Hafskip. It was washed onto rocks at Dunmore head, near Slea Head on the Dingle Peninsula after losing engine power in a storm. The 15 crew members were rescued by the local rocket team and an RAF helicopter. Some of the wreck was removed in 1991 due to filming, and the bow and other wreckage is still visible today. 52°6′33″N 10°28′6″W / 52.10917°N 10.46833°W / 52.10917; -10.46833 (Ranga (ship))
Rochdale and Prince of Wales 20 November 1807 The sinking of the Rochdale and the Prince of Wales in Dublin Bay resulted in 400 deaths and the building of a new harbour. 53°18′06″N 6°09′25″W / 53.301603°N 6.157072°W / 53.301603; -6.157072 (The Rochdale and the Prince of Wales)
Samson 12 December 1987 A crane barge that ran aground at Ardmore.
RMS Tayleur 21 January 1854 A White Star Line clipper that ran aground and sank off Lambay Island 8 km (5 mi) from Dublin Bay. 53°28′54″N 06°01′12″W / 53.48167°N 6.02000°W / 53.48167; -6.02000 (RMS Tayleur)
Trinidad Valencera At 1,100 tonnes, one of the Spanish Armada's largest ships; wrecked 32 km (20 mi) west of Lacada Point in Kinnagoe Bay, County Donegal.
Tullaghmurray Lass February 2002 A fishing boat that sank 11 km (7 mi) off Kilkeel. 54°03′36″N 5°59′35″W / 54.060°N 5.993°W / 54.060; -5.993 (Tullaghmurray Lass)
SM U-68 22 March 1916 A Type U 66 submarine that was sunk by HMS Farnborough off Dingle. 51°54′N 10°53′W / 51.900°N 10.883°W / 51.900; -10.883 (SM U-68)
U-260 12 March 1945 A Type VIIC U-boat that was scuttled 6 km (4 mi) south of Glandore. 51°15′N 09°05′W / 51.250°N 9.083°W / 51.250; -9.083 (German submarine U-260)
U-778 4 December 1945 A Type VIIC U-boat that was surrendered to the Allies. It was towed offshore to be scuttled as part of Operation Deadlight, but sank before reaching the scuttling ground. 55°32′N 7°7′W / 55.533°N 7.117°W / 55.533; -7.117 (German submarine U-778)
SM UC-33 26 September 1917 A Type UC II submarine that was sunk by PC61 in St. George's Channel. 51°55′N 6°14′W / 51.917°N 6.233°W / 51.917; -6.233 (SM UC-33)
SM UC-42 10 September 1917 A Type UC II submarine that sank for unknown reasons off Roche's Point. 51°44′N 08°12′W / 51.733°N 8.200°W / 51.733; -8.200 (SM UC-42)
HMS Wasp 22 November 1884 A gunboat wrecked off Tory Island.
HMS Wolverine 12 December 1917 A Beagle-class destroyer that collided with Rosemary off Arranmore. 55°09′58″N 8°41′06″W / 55.166°N 8.685°W / 55.166; -8.685 (HMS Wolverine (1910))
York 29 October 1758 An East Indiaman that was deliberately mis-piloted by prisoners who had taken over another vessel.[6]

Isle of Man[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Solway Harvester 11 January 2000 A scallop dredger that sunk in a storm off Ramsey, and was later raised and laid up at Douglas. 54°05′51″N 4°09′52″W / 54.09750°N 4.16444°W / 54.09750; -4.16444 (Solway Harvester)

Italy[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Caligula's Giant Ship The remains of a wooden barge discovered in Fiumicino.
Costa Concordia 13 January 2012 A cruise ship that ran aground and capsized off Isola del Giglio.[7] The largest passenger shipwreck at present. 42°21′55″N 10°55′17″E / 42.365347°N 10.921400°E / 42.365347; 10.921400 (Costa Concordia)
SS Dia 14 October 1964 A cargo ship that developed a leak and sank south of Savona. 44°12′N 08°38′E / 44.200°N 8.633°E / 44.200; 8.633 (SS Dia)
F174 December 1996 An unidentified ship carrying illegal immigrants to Sicily, sunk with the loss of at least 283 lives. For five years, the wreck's existence was kept from the authorities by local fishermen, who feared an investigation would interfere with their livelihood. 36°25′31″N 14°54′34″E / 36.42528°N 14.90944°E / 36.42528; 14.90944 (F174)
Giglio Island shipwreck An Etruscan wreck off Giglio Island, dating to the early Iron Age, c. 600 BC. [8]
Giovanni delle Bande Nere 1 April 1942 A Giussano-class light cruiser that was sunk by HMS Urge off Stromboli. 38°42′32″N 15°0′31″E / 38.70889°N 15.00861°E / 38.70889; 15.00861 (Italian cruiser Giovanni delle Bande Nere)
MT Haven 14 April 1991 An oil tanker that sunk off Genoa following an onboard explosion and fire. It is currently the largest wreck in the Mediterranean Sea. 44°13′N 8°28′E / 44.22°N 8.46°E / 44.22; 8.46 (MT Haven)
HMS Hebe 22 November 1943 A Halcyon-class minesweeper that was sunk by a mine off Bari. 41°8′N 16°52′E / 41.133°N 16.867°E / 41.133; 16.867 (HMS Hebe (J24))
HMS Inglefield 25 February 1944 An I-class destroyer that was sunk by a German bomber off Nettuno. 41°26′N 12°38′E / 41.433°N 12.633°E / 41.433; 12.633 (HMS Inglefield (D02))
HMS Janus 23 January 1944 A J-class destroyer that was sunk by a German torpedo bomber off Anzio. 41°26′N 12°38′E / 41.433°N 12.633°E / 41.433; 12.633 (HMS Janus (F53))
Marsala The wreck of a warship discovered in the harbour of Marsala in 1969, believed to date from around 235 BC.
Nemi ships Two large ships built by the Roman emperor Caligula at Lake Nemi in the 1st century AD. The wrecks were recovered from the lake in 1932, and largely destroyed by fire during World War II. 41°43′20″N 12°42′6″E / 41.72222°N 12.70167°E / 41.72222; 12.70167 (Nemi ships)
HMS Odin 14 June 1940 An Odin-class submarine that was sunk by Italian destroyers in the Gulf of Taranto. 39°30′0″N 17°30′0″E / 39.50000°N 17.50000°E / 39.50000; 17.50000 (HMS Odin (N84))
USS Portent 22 January 1944 An Auk-class minesweeper that was sunk by a mine off Nettuno. 41°24′N 12°44′E / 41.400°N 12.733°E / 41.400; 12.733 (USS Portent (AM-106))
SS Principessa Jolanda 22 September 1907 An ocean liner that sank during its launch.[9]
Roma 9 September 1943 A Littorio-class battleship that was sunk by German aircraft off Asinara. 41°9′28″N 8°17′35″E / 41.15778°N 8.29306°E / 41.15778; 8.29306 (Italian battleship Roma (1940))
USS SC-694 23 August 1943 An SC-497-class submarine chaser that was sunk by German dive bombers off Palermo, Sicily. 38°08′N 13°22′E / 38.133°N 13.367°E / 38.133; 13.367 (USS SC-694)
Scindian 3 November 1880 A barque and convict ship that sank off Rio Marina.
HMS Spartan 29 January 1944 A Dido-class cruiser that was sunk by German aircraft off Anzio. 41°26′2″N 12°41′2″E / 41.43389°N 12.68389°E / 41.43389; 12.68389 (HMS Spartan (95))
USS Swerve 9 July 1944 An Auk-class minesweeper that was sunk by a mine off Anzio. 41°31′N 12°28′E / 41.517°N 12.467°E / 41.517; 12.467 (USS Swerve (AM-121))
HMS Thetis 14 March 1943 A T-class submarine that was sunk by the Italian corvette Cicogna off Sicily. 38°15′0″N 13°15′0″E / 38.25000°N 13.25000°E / 38.25000; 13.25000 (HMS Thetis (N25))
SS Transylvania 4 May 1917 An ocean liner that was torpedoed by SM U-63 near Bergeggi Island, Savona.
Uj-2210 28 May 1944 A naval trawler that was sunk by American motor-torpedo boats off Deiva Marina.

Latvia[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Moero 22 September 1944 A troopship that was sunk by Soviet bombers while carrying evacuees from Estonia. Nearly 2,700 out of 3,350 people aboard were killed.

Lithuania[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
U-580 11 November 1941 A Type VIIC U-boat that collided with the target ship Angelburg west of Klaipėda. 55°45′N 20°40′E / 55.750°N 20.667°E / 55.750; 20.667 (German submarine U-580)

Malta[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
HMY Aegusa 28 April 1916 A Royal Navy yacht that was sunk by mines laid by SM U-73
MV Camadan 12 March 2002 A Turkish cargo ship that took on water and sank off Malta due to bad weather. 35°31′N 14°32′E / 35.51°N 14.53°E / 35.51; 14.53 (MV Camadan)
MV Cominoland 12 August 2006 A Gozo ferry that was decommissioned and scuttled as an artificial reef. 36°01′03″N 14°17′12″E / 36.0175°N 14.2866°E / 36.0175; 14.2866 (MV Cominoland)
HM Drifter Eddy 26 May 1942 A drifter converted into a minesweeper that struck a mine off Grand Harbour.
HMS Hellespont 7 April 1942 A Robust-class tugboat that was sunk by German or Italian aircraft at Grand Harbour, then raised and scuttled off Valletta.
MV Imperial Eagle 19 July 1999 A Gozo ferry that was decommissioned and scuttled as an artificial reef.
HMS Jersey 2 May 1941 A J-class destroyer that struck a mine off Grand Harbour. 35°54′N 14°31.4′E / 35.900°N 14.5233°E / 35.900; 14.5233 (HMS Jersey (F72))
MV Karwela 12 August 2006 A Captain Morgan ferry boat that was decommissioned and scuttled as an artificial reef. 36°01′03″N 14°17′12″E / 36.0175°N 14.2866°E / 36.0175; 14.2866 (MV Karwela)
ORP Kujawiak 16 June 1942 A Hunt-class destroyer that struck a mine during Operation Harpoon. 35°53′N 14°35′E / 35.883°N 14.583°E / 35.883; 14.583 (ORP Kujawiak (L72))
Levant II 1952 A cable ship that was decommissioned and scuttled off the Grand Harbour.
SS Luciston 29 November 1916 A collier that was sunk by a torpedo fired by SM UC-22.
HMS Maori 12 February 1942 A Tribal-class destroyer that was sunk by German aircraft at Grand Harbour, then raised and scuttled off Valletta. 35°54′17″N 14°31′08″E / 35.90472°N 14.51889°E / 35.90472; 14.51889 (HMS Maori (F24))
SS Margit 19 April 1941 A French passenger ship that was sunk by German aircraft in Kalkara.
HMS Nasturtium 28 April 1916 An Arabis-class sloop that was sunk by mines laid by SM U-73
HMS Olympus 8 May 1942 An Odin-class submarine that was sunk by a mine. 35°55′N 14°35′E / 35.917°N 14.583°E / 35.917; 14.583 (HMS Olympus (N35))
P29 14 August 2007 A Kondor I-class patrol boat that was decommissioned and scuttled as an artificial reef. 35°59′16″N 14°19′43″E / 35.98778°N 14.32861°E / 35.98778; 14.32861 (P31)
P31 25 August 2009 A Kondor I-class patrol boat that was decommissioned and scuttled as an artificial reef. 36°01′N 14°20′E / 36.017°N 14.333°E / 36.017; 14.333 (P31)
SS Polynesien 10 August 1918 A French passenger ship that was sunk by a torpedo fired by SM UC-22.
MV Rozi September 1992 A tugboat that was decommissioned and scuttled as an artificial reef. 40°39′01″N 14°32′44″E / 40.65028°N 14.54556°E / 40.65028; 14.54556 (MV Rozi)
HMS Russell 27 April 1916 A Duncan-class predreadnought battleship that was sunk by mines laid by SM U-73 35°54′N 14°36′E / 35.900°N 14.600°E / 35.900; 14.600 (HMS Russell (1901))
S-31 10 May 1942 A German E-boat that was sunk by a mine (probably laid by herself or another E-boat).
S-?? August 1947 One of six captured German E-boats that were scuttled off Marsaxlokk.
St. Angelo 30 May 1942 An Admiralty tugboat that struck a mine off Grand Harbour.
St. Michael 16 May 1998 A Tanac type tugboat that was decommissioned and scuttled as an artificial reef.
HMS Southwold 24 March 1942 A Hunt-class destroyer that hit a mine and sunk shortly after the Second Battle of Sirte. 35°53′N 14°35′E / 35.883°N 14.583°E / 35.883; 14.583 (HMS Southwold (L10))
HMS Stubborn 30 April 1946 An S-class submarine that was sunk as a target. 35°58.962′N 14°26.773′E / 35.982700°N 14.446217°E / 35.982700; 14.446217 (HMS Stubborn (P238))
Tug No. 2 20 June 2013 A tugboat that was decommissioned and scuttled as an artificial reef.
Tug No. 10 16 May 1998 A Melita type tugboat that was decommissioned and scuttled as an artificial reef.
Um El Faroud 2 September 1998 A Libyan oil tanker that suffered an internal explosion on 3 February 1995, and remained at Valletta for three years before being scuttled as an artificial reef. 35°49.20′N 14°27.04′E / 35.82000°N 14.45067°E / 35.82000; 14.45067 (Um El Faroud)
X127 6 March 1942 A fuel lighter that was sunk by German or Italian aircraft at Manoel Island. 35°54′14″N 14°30′07″E / 35.904°N 14.502°E / 35.904; 14.502 (X127)
MV Xlendi 12 November 1999 A Gozo ferry that was decommissioned and scuttled as an artificial reef.

The Netherlands[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
MV Aqueity 11 November 1947 A tanker that struck a mine off Terschelling. 53°32′N 05°02′E / 53.533°N 5.033°E / 53.533; 5.033 (MV Aqueity (1945))
SS Berlin 20 February 1907 A ferry that was sunk near Hook of Holland during a storm.
HMS E47 20 August 1917 An E-class submarine that was sunk about 6 nautical miles northwest of Texel. 53°6′8.10″N 4°33′28.0″E / 53.1022500°N 4.557778°E / 53.1022500; 4.557778 (HMS E47)
HNLMS Johan Maurits van Nassau 14 May 1940 A sloop that was sunk by German aircraft off Zijpe. 52°50′13″N 4°33′56″E / 52.83694°N 4.56556°E / 52.83694; 4.56556 (HNLMS Johan Maurits van Nassau)
Katowice 1949 A Polish cargo ship sunk near Terschelling during a storm.
HMS Lutine 9 October 1799 A Magicienne-class frigate that ran aground on a sandbank off Terschelling with a large cargo of gold.
SS Picton 26 October 1941 A steamship that ran aground near the Nieuwe Waterweg.
SM U-7 21 January 1915 A Type U 5 U-boat that was sunk by friendly fire from SM U-22. 53°25′48″N 6°12′00″E / 53.43000°N 6.20000°E / 53.43000; 6.20000 (SM U-7 (Germany))
SM UB-61 29 November 1917 A Type UB III U-boat that was sunk by a mine off Vlieland. 53°20′N 4°56′E / 53.333°N 4.933°E / 53.333; 4.933 (SM UB-61)
SM UC-10 21 August 1916 A Type UC I U-boat that was torpedoed by HMS E54. 52°02′N 03°54′E / 52.033°N 3.900°E / 52.033; 3.900 (SM UC-10)
The Vliegenthart (Flying Hart) 3 February 1735 A Dutch East Indiaman that was lost after striking a sand bank off the coast of Vlissingen, Zeeland. Every one of the 461 sailors, soldiers and merchants aboard perished. The wreck was discovered in late 1981.

Norway[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Z22 Anton Schmitt 11 April 1940 A Type 1936-class destroyer that was sunk in the First Naval Battle of Narvik.
MV Atheltemplar 14 September 1942 A tanker that was torpedoed by U-457 southwest of Bear Island. 76°00′N 18°00′E / 76.000°N 18.000°E / 76.000; 18.000 (MV Atheltemplar)
SS Barøy 13 September 1941 A cargo liner that sunk by British aircraft about 2 nautical miles west of Tranøy Lighthouse.
Z11 Bernd von Arnim 13 April 1940 A Type 1934A-class destroyer that was scuttled in the Second Naval Battle of Narvik.
HMS Bittern 30 April 1940 A Bittern-class sloop that was sunk by German aircraft at Namsos. 64°28′N 11°30′E / 64.467°N 11.500°E / 64.467; 11.500 (HMS Bittern (L07))
SS Blaafjeld A Norwegian steamship that was bombed during WWII at Rørvik.
Blücher 9 April 1940 An Admiral Hipper-class heavy cruiser that was sunk at the Battle of Drøbak Sound. 59°42′N 10°35.5′E / 59.700°N 10.5917°E / 59.700; 10.5917 (German cruiser Blücher)
USS Cochino 26 August 1949 A Balao-class submarine that caught fire and sank off Hammerfest. 71°35′N 23°35′E / 71.583°N 23.583°E / 71.583; 23.583 (USS Cochino (SS-345))
HMS Curlew 26 May 1940 A C-class cruiser that was sunk by German aircraft in Ofotfjord. 68°33′32″N 16°33′29″E / 68.559°N 16.558°E / 68.559; 16.558 (HMS Curlew (D42))
Z17 Diether von Roeder 13 April 1940 A Type 1936-class destroyer that was scuttled in the Second Naval Battle of Narvik.
Dresden 20 June 1934 A German steamer stranded 20 miles (32 km) from Haugesund near Blikshavn, Island of Karmøy, whilst undertaking a cruise. 59°12′07″N 05°19′08″E / 59.20194°N 5.31889°E / 59.20194; 5.31889 (USS Zeppelin)
SS Dronning Maud 1 May 1940 A troopship that was sunk by German aircraft near Gratangen. 68°41.917′N 017°26.367′E / 68.698617°N 17.439450°E / 68.698617; 17.439450 (SS Dronning Maud (1925))
HMS Effingham 18 May 1940 A Hawkins-class heavy cruiser that struck a rock near Bodø and was scuttled.
HMoNS Eidsvold 9 April 1940 An Eidsvold-class coastal defence ship that was torpedoed by German destroyers at Narvik.
Z12 Erich Giese 13 April 1940 A Type 1934A-class destroyer that was sunk by British ships in the Second Naval Battle of Narvik.
Z13 Erich Koellner 13 April 1940 A Type 1934A-class destroyer that was scuttled in the Second Naval Battle of Narvik.
HNoMS Frøya 13 April 1940 A minelayer that was scuttled while under attack from German forces in the Stjørnfjord.
HNoMS Garm 26 April 1940 A Draug-class destroyer that was sunk by German aircraft. 61°04′41″N 5°49′55″E / 61.07806°N 5.83194°E / 61.07806; 5.83194 (HNoMS Garm (1913))
FV Gaul February 1974 A deep-sea trawler sunk in the Barents Sea.
Z2 Georg Thiele 13 April 1940 A Type 1934-class destroyer that was run aground in the Second Naval Battle of Narvik. 68°24′N 17°35′E / 68.400°N 17.583°E / 68.400; 17.583 (German destroyer Z2 Georg Thiele)
ORP Grom 4 May 1940 A Grom-class destroyer that was bombed by German aircraft in Rombaken.
Haakon Jarl II 17 June 1924 An iron steamship sunk in the Vestfjorden following collision with another ship.
MS Hamburg 1 March 1941 A German fish factory transport ship sunk by a British destroyer in Lofoten.
Z18 Hans Lüdemann 13 April 1940 A Type 1936-class destroyer that was scuttled in the Second Naval Battle of Narvik.
HMS Hardy 10 April 1940 An H-class destroyer that was attacked by German destroyers and ran aground at Vidrek. 68°24′N 17°12′E / 68.400°N 17.200°E / 68.400; 17.200 (HMS Hardy (1936))
SS Henry 13 February 1944 A civilian cargo ship that was sunk by a Royal Norwegian Navy torpedo boat off Kristiansund.
HMS Hunter 10 April 1940 An H-class destroyer that was sunk by German destroyers in the First Battle of Narvik. 68°24′53″N 17°10′22″E / 68.41472°N 17.17278°E / 68.41472; 17.17278 (HMS Hunter (H35))
Z19 Hermann Künne 13 April 1940 A Type 1936-class destroyer that was scuttled in the Second Naval Battle of Narvik.
SS Irma 13 February 1944 A civilian cargo liner that was sunk by a Royal Norwegian Navy torpedo boat off Kristiansund. 49°29′N 5°42′W / 49.483°N 5.700°W / 49.483; -5.700 (SS Irma (1905))
Karlsruhe 9 April 1940 A Königsberg-class light cruiser that was torpedoed by HMS Truant and scuttled off Kristiansand. 58°4′N 8°4′E / 58.067°N 8.067°E / 58.067; 8.067 (German cruiser Karlsruhe)
HDMS Lossen 25 December 1717 A frigate wrecked off Hvaler in the Christmas flood of 1717.
SS Martti Ragnar 22 September 1939 A cargo ship that was sunk by U-4 in Skagerrak. 58°24′N 8°48′E / 58.400°N 8.800°E / 58.400; 8.800 (SS Martti Ragnar (1934))
Murmansk 24 December 1994 Soviet era nuclear cruiser, grounded while being towed to India for scrapping. 70°38′10″N 21°57′24″E / 70.636024°N 21.956681°E / 70.636024; 21.956681 (Soviet cruiser Murmansk (1955))
SS Nerva 7 September 1943 A Norwegian steamship that grounded during WWII at Rørvik.
SS Nordnorge 10 May 1940 A troopship that was sunk by British warships at Hemnesberget.
HNoMS Norge 9 April 1940 An Eidsvold-class coastal defence ship that was sunk by the Z11 Bernd von Arnim at Narvik.
USS O-12 20 November 1931 An O-class submarine that was used for an Arctic expedition and was later scuttled in Byfjorden.
HMS Oxley 10 September 1939 An Odin-class submarine that was sunk by friendly fire from HMS Triton. 58°30′N 5°30′E / 58.500°N 5.500°E / 58.500; 5.500 (HMS Oxley)
MS Palatia 21 October 1942 A cargo liner that was sunk by a New Zealand torpedo bomber, killing 986 people, most of them prisoners-of-war. 57°58.1′N 07°14′E / 57.9683°N 7.233°E / 57.9683; 7.233 (MS Palatia (1928))
SS Prins Olav 9 June 1940 A passenger/cargo ship that sunk by German aircraft in the Norwegian Sea. 67°07′N 01°00′E / 67.117°N 1.000°E / 67.117; 1.000 (SS Prins Olav (1907))
MS Rigel 27 November 1944 A prisoner-of-war transport that was sunk by Fairey Barracuda dive-bombers south of Sandnessjøen, with 2,572 deaths. 65°49′16″N 12°20′10″E / 65.82111°N 12.33611°E / 65.82111; 12.33611 (MS Rigel)
HNoMS Sæl 18 April 1940 A 1.-class torpedo boat that was sunk in action with German warships in the Hardangerfjord
SS Sanct Svithun 30 September 1943 A steamship that was sunk by Canadian aircraft off the islet of Buholmen.
Scharnhorst 26 December 1943 A German Scharnhorst-class battleship sunk in the Battle of North Cape. 72°16′N 28°41′E / 72.267°N 28.683°E / 72.267; 28.683 (German battleship Scharnhorst (1936))
MS Seattle 13 April 1940 A cargo ship that was damaged in crossfire and sunk at Dvergsnestangen.
SS Sekstant A Norwegian steamship that was bombed during WWII at Rørvik.
SS Sirius 18 May 1940 A cargo ship that was sunk by a German bomber off Dyrøya.
HNoMS Stegg 20 April 1940 A Trygg-class torpedo boat that was sunk in action with German warships in the Hardangerfjord
HNoMS Storm 13 April 1940 A 1.-class torpedo boat that ran aground and sank in Hordaland
HMS Thistle 10 April 1940 A T-class submarine that was torpedoed by U-4 off Stavanger. 59°00′N 05°00′E / 59.000°N 5.000°E / 59.000; 5.000 (HMS Thistle (N24))
Tirpitz 12 November 1944 A Bismarck-class battleship that was sunk by British aircraft off Tromsø in Operation Catechism.
SM U-6 15 September 1915 A Type U 5 U-boat that was torpedoed by HMS E16 off Stavanger. 58°55′N 5°10′E / 58.917°N 5.167°E / 58.917; 5.167 (SM U-6 (Germany))
U-49 15 April 1940 A Type VIIB U-boat that was sunk by HMS Fearless and HMS Brazen near Harstad. 68°53′N 16°59′E / 68.883°N 16.983°E / 68.883; 16.983 (German submarine U-49 (1939))
U-864 9 February 1945 A Type IXD2 U-boat that was scuttled by HMS Venturer while on a logistics mission to Japan. 60°46′10″N 4°37′15″E / 60.76944°N 4.62083°E / 60.76944; 4.62083 (German submarine U-864)
HNoMS Uredd 24 February 1943 A U-class submarine that ran into a minefield southwest of Fugløyvær. 67°5′N 13°31′E / 67.083°N 13.517°E / 67.083; 13.517 (HNoMS Uredd (P-41))
Z21 Wilhelm Heidkamp 11 April 1940 A Type 1936-class destroyer that was sunk in the First Naval Battle of Narvik.
Z9 Wolfgang Zenker 13 April 1940 A Type 1934A-class destroyer that was scuttled in the Second Naval Battle of Narvik.

Poland[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
SS General von Steuben 10 February 1945 A German luxury passenger liner turned armored transport ship that was torpedoed and sunk by Soviet submarine S-13. 54°41′N 16°51′E / 54.683°N 16.850°E / 54.683; 16.850 (SS General von Steuben)
Graf Zeppelin 16 August 1947 Germany's only aircraft carrier in World War II, scuttled after the war by the Soviet Navy. 55°31′03″N 18°17′09″E / 55.51750°N 18.28583°E / 55.51750; 18.28583 (German aircraft carrier Graf Zeppelin)
Wilhelm Gustloff 30 January 1945 A passenger ship on a rescue mission torpedoed and sunk by Soviet submarine S-13 in the Baltic Sea. Over 9,000 people were lost. 55°04′22″N 17°25′17″E / 55.0729°N 17.4213°E / 55.0729; 17.4213 (MV Wilhelm Gustloff)

Portugal[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
SS Andrios 20 November 1926 A cargo ship that ran aground off the Berlengas Islands.
HMS Apollo 2 April 1804 An Apollo-class frigate that ran aground nine miles south of Cape Mondego.
Maria Grecia A freight vessel sunk off the coast of Sesimbra, in the early 20th century.
Numancia 17 December 1916 A Spanish war frigate sunk in the bay of Sesimbra.
The Pepper Wreck 14 September 1606 A Portuguese Indiaman found at the mouth of the Tagus.
Pimpao de Odemira 18 May 1904 A Portuguese freight vessel sunk off the coast of Cabo Espichel.
River Gurara 1989 A Nigerian freight vessel sunk off the coast of Cabo Espichel, Setubal.
Run'her 1863 A Confederate steamship that sank in the Angra do Heroísmo Bay.
Spanish ship San Pedro de Alcantara 2 February 1786 A man-of-war that sank near Peniche with a cargo of treasure.
Suffren 26 November 1916 A République-class battleship that was torpedoed by U-52 off Lisbon. 39°10′N 10°48′W / 39.167°N 10.800°W / 39.167; -10.800 (French battleship Suffren)
Woodham 9 December 1876 A British steamboat sunk off the coast of Lisbon.

Romania[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Akra Aktion 19 February 1981 A Greek cargo ship, ran ashore at Vama Veche. The crew was saved but the ship remained on the spot. For many years, it remained visible above the water, but decayed over time due to rust and waves. The shipwreck is now completely under the water.
Evangelia 15 October 1968 A Greek freighter, grounded off Costinesti part of an insurance fraud.
Shch-213 14 October 1942 A Shchuka-class submarine that struck a mine six miles from Constanta.

Russia / Soviet Union[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
SS Admiral Nakhimov 31 August 1986 An ocean liner that collided with the Pyotr Vasev in Tsemes Bay. 44°36′15″N 37°52′35″E / 44.60417°N 37.87639°E / 44.60417; 37.87639 (SS Admiral Nakhimov)
Agnes Blaikie 5 May 1855 A British sailing vessel sunk in a collision with HMS Medina in the Black Sea near Balaklava.
Armenia 7 November 1941 A Soviet hospital ship sunk by German torpedo-carrying planes; estimated over 5,000 casualties. 44°15′N 34°17′E / 44.250°N 34.283°E / 44.250; 34.283 (Armenia (ship))
HMS Bluebell 17 February 1945 A Flower-class corvette that was torpedoed by U-711 in the Kola Inlet. 69°24′N 33°42′E / 69.400°N 33.700°E / 69.400; 33.700 (HMS Bluebell (K80))
MS Bulgaria 2011 A Russian cruise ship lost in a storm on the Volga River.[10] 55°03′47″N 49°09′07″E / 55.063°N 49.152°E / 55.063; 49.152 (MS Bulgaria)
HMS Denbigh Castle 13 February 1945 A Castle-class corvette that was torpedoed by U-992 and sank under tow in the Kola Inlet. 69°20′N 33°33′E / 69.333°N 33.550°E / 69.333; 33.550 (HMS Denbigh Castle (K696))
USS Herndon 16 January 1945 A Clemson-class destroyer that was sunk off the Murman Coast. 69°15′N 37°2′E / 69.250°N 37.033°E / 69.250; 37.033 (USS Herndon (DD-198))
K-159 30 August 2003 A Soviet submarine that accidentally sank while being towed in the Barents Sea. She was decommissioned prior to sinking, but both of her nuclear reactors are still on board. 69°22.64′N 33°49.51′E / 69.37733°N 33.82517°E / 69.37733; 33.82517 (Soviet submarine K-159)
K-27 6 September 1982 Soviet submarine scuttled in the Kara Sea by the Soviet Navy. The boat had suffered irreparable nuclear reactor plant damage at sea in 1968. Both nuclear reactors are still on board. 72°31′N 55°30′E / 72.517°N 55.500°E / 72.517; 55.500 (Soviet submarine K-27)
HMS Matabele 17 January 1942 A Tribal-class destroyer that was torpedoed by U-454 off Teriberka. 69°21′N 35°27′E / 69.350°N 35.450°E / 69.350; 35.450 (HMS Matabele (F26))
SS Revoljucija 3 December 1944 A cargo ship that was torpedoed by U-1163 near Semiostrovskiy Reid. 68°44′N 37°49′E / 68.733°N 37.817°E / 68.733; 37.817 (SS Revoljucija)
U-286 29 April 1945 A Type VIIC U-boat that was sunk by three British frigates north of Murmansk. 69°29′N 33°37′E / 69.483°N 33.617°E / 69.483; 33.617 (German submarine U-286)

Spain[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Alfonso XIII 30 April 1937 A Spanish España-class battleship sunk by a mine off Santander. 43°31′26″N 3°40′44″W / 43.52389°N 3.67889°W / 43.52389; -3.67889 (Spanish battleship Alfonso XIII)
HMS Britannia 9 November 1918 A King Edward VII-class battleship that was torpedoed by SM UB-50 off Cape Trafalgar. 35°53′N 5°53′W / 35.883°N 5.883°W / 35.883; -5.883 (HMS Britannia (1904))
C-3 12 December 1936 A Spanish C-class submarine that was torpedoed by U-34 about 4 nautical miles southeast of Málaga. 36°40′N 4°21′W / 36.667°N 4.350°W / 36.667; -4.350 (Spanish submarine C-3)
Cason 5 December 1987 A cargo ship that caught fire and was grounded off Cape Finisterre.
HMS Captain 6 September 1870 A warship that capsized in a storm off Cape Finisterre.
RMS Douro 1 April 1882 A cargo ship that sank off the coast of Cape Finisterre after colliding with the Spanish steamship Yrurac Bat.
HMS Egret 27 August 1943 An Egret-class sloop sunk by enemy aircraft near Vigo. 42°10′N 9°22′W / 42.167°N 9.367°W / 42.167; -9.367 (HMS Egret (L25))
SS Sirio 4 August 1906 An Italian merchant steamer which ran aground near the Hormigas Islands off the Spanish coast, causing the deaths of hundreds of migrants to Argentina. 37°39′6.73″N 0°39′10.31″W / 37.6518694°N 0.6528639°W / 37.6518694; -0.6528639 (SS Sirio)
SS Duchess of York 12 July 1943 A British troopship sunk by British torpedoes after German aerial bombardment left her burning. 41°15′N 15°24′W / 41.250°N 15.400°W / 41.250; -15.400 (SS Duchess of York (1928))
USS Jallao 1985 A Balao-class submarine that was scuttled off Cartagena. 38°03′N 133°12′E / 38.05°N 133.2°E / 38.05; 133.2 (USS Jallao (SS-368))
K-8 12 April 1970 A November-class submarine that caught fire and sank while being towed in the Bay of Biscay. Four nuclear warheads and two nuclear reactors are still on board.
Neptuno 23 October 1805 A Spanish Montañés-class ship of the line wrecked in the Bay of Cádiz.
Neretva 13 August 1992 A merchant ship that sank off Ribadesella. It lies on sand at a depth of 50 meters. 43°29′02.16″N 5°00′57.67″W / 43.4839333°N 5.0160194°W / 43.4839333; -5.0160194 (Neretva (merchant))
Prestige 19 November 2002 An oil tanker that sank off Galicia. 42°53′N 9°53′W / 42.883°N 9.883°W / 42.883; -9.883 (Prestige (oil tanker))
SS Sirio 4 August 1906 A merchant steamer that ran aground on a reef off Cape Palos, Cartagena. 37°39′6.73″N 0°39′10.31″W / 37.6518694°N 0.6528639°W / 37.6518694; -0.6528639 (SS Sirio)
U-106 2 August 1943 A German Type IXB U-boat sunk by enemy aircraft off Cape Ortegal. 46°35′N 11°55′W / 46.583°N 11.917°W / 46.583; -11.917 (German submarine U-106 (1940))
U-138 18 June 1941 A German Type IID U-boat sunk by depth charges off Cadiz.
U-751 17 July 1942 A German Type VIIC U-boat sunk by depth charges off Cape Ortegal.
U-755 28 May 1943 A German Type VIIC U-boat sunk off Isla de Alborán.
U-77 28 March 1943 A German Type VIIC U-boat sunk off Cartagena. 37°42′N 00°10′E / 37.700°N 0.167°E / 37.700; 0.167 (German submarine U-77 (1940))
Yrurac Bat 1 April 1882 A Spanish steamship that sank off the coast of Cape Finisterre after colliding with RMS Douro.

Slovenia[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
SS Rex 8 September 1944 An Italian liner that sank near Koper after being hit by rockets fired by RAF aircraft. 45°32′56″N 13°41′31″E / 45.54889°N 13.69194°E / 45.54889; 13.69194 (SS Rex)

Sweden[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Dalarö wreck A 17th century shipwreck discovered in 2003 off Dalarö.
MV Finnbirch 1 November 2006 A RORO ferry that capsized in a storm. 56°45′03″N 17°15′06″E / 56.75083°N 17.25167°E / 56.75083; 17.25167 (MV Finnbirch)
Herakles 2 March 2004 A towboat that foundered in heavy weather and was wrecked near Grundkallen.
SS I P Suhr 1 December 1950 A cargo ship that capsized 5 nautical miles off Sandhammaren.
Kronan 1 June 1676 The largest warship in the Swedish navy during the Scanian War. It sank in rough weather in the Battle of Öland, and was rediscovered in 1980. 56°26′58″N 16°40′20″E / 56.44944°N 16.67222°E / 56.44944; 16.67222 (Kronan (ship))
Mars 31 May 1564 A Swedish warship that was sunk 18 kilometres north of Öland during the Northern Seven Years' War.
S-2 2 January 1940 A Soviet S-class submarine that hit a mine west of the Åland Islands.
Swiks 21 December 1926 A three-masted schooner, built 1902, that sank in a storm off the coast of Öland.
Vasa 10 August 1628 A Swedish galleon that foundered on her maiden voyage and sank in Stockholm. 59°19′40″N 18°05′28″E / 59.32778°N 18.09111°E / 59.32778; 18.09111 (Vasa (ship))
SS Westfalen 7 September 1944 A prisoner transport that was sunk by a mine off Marstrand. 57°46′47″N 11°27′22″E / 57.7797°N 11.4561°E / 57.7797; 11.4561 (SS Westfalen)

Ukraine[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Giulio Cesare 29 October 1955 A Conte di Cavour-class battleship that exploded in Sevastopol Bay, resulting in 608 deaths. 44°37′7″N 33°32′8″E / 44.61861°N 33.53556°E / 44.61861; 33.53556 (Italian battleship Giulio Cesare)
HMS Tiger 11 May 1854 A steam frigate that was grounded in the Crimean War five miles southwest of Odessa.

United Kingdom[edit]

England[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Amsterdam 26 January 1749 A Dutch East India Company ship that ran aground near Hastings. The wreck site is protected. 52°22′21.00″N 4°54′51.48″E / 52.3725000°N 4.9143000°E / 52.3725000; 4.9143000 (VOC ship Amsterdam)
HMS Colossus 10 December 1798 A protected wreck site, broke anchor and ran aground off the Isles of Scilly.
SS Elbe 31 January 1895 A German liner sunk in the North Sea after colliding with the steamship Crathie.
HMS Empress of India 4 November 1914 A battleship sunk as a target in Lyme Bay. 50°29′42″N 2°57′54″W / 50.49500°N 2.96500°W / 50.49500; -2.96500 (HMS Empress of India (1891))
SS English Trader 26 October 1941 A merchant ship grounded on Hammond Knoll on the northeast Norfolk coast.
Grace Dieu 1439 Henry V's flagship, struck by lightning in the River Hamble. Now a protected wrecksite. Wreck found in 1859. 50°53′30″N 1°17′19″W / 50.891665°N 1.28848°W / 50.891665; -1.28848 (Grace Dieu (ship))
HMS M2 26 January 1932 A British aircraft-carrying submarine shipwrecked in Lyme Bay. 50°34′34″N 2°32′55″W / 50.57611°N 2.54861°W / 50.57611; -2.54861 (HMS M2)
Mary Rose 19 July 1545 A Tudor warship sunk in Portsmouth Harbour, possibly during an engagement with the French fleet. Now a protected wrecksite 50°47′59″N 1°06′24″W / 50.79972°N 1.10667°W / 50.79972; -1.10667 (Mary Rose)
SS Mendi 21 February 1917 A troopship rammed by SS Darro off the Isle of Wight. 50°28′0″N 1°33′0″W / 50.46667°N 1.55000°W / 50.46667; -1.55000 (SS Mendi)
SS Mohegan 14 October 1898 A steamship that was wrecked on The Manacles.
HMS Montagu 29 May 1906 A battleship run aground in fog on Shutter Reef, Lundy.
RMS Mülheim 22 March 2003 A German cargo ship that ran ashore at Land's End. Five crew members were airlifted to safety. 50°04′35″N 5°42′45″W / 50.07639°N 5.71250°W / 50.07639; -5.71250 (MV RMS Mulheim)
SS Richard Montgomery 20 August 1944 A cargo ship run aground off the Nore in the Thames Estuary with over a thousand tons of explosives on board. A protected wreck site, designated as dangerous. 51°27′57″N 0°47′12″E / 51.46583°N 0.78667°E / 51.46583; 0.78667 (SS Richard Montgomery)
MS Riverdance 31 January 2008 A RO-RO ferry that ran aground on Blackpool beach and was finally scrapped in place after refloating attempts failed. 53°52′23″N 3°03′09″W / 53.873182°N 3.052444°W / 53.873182; -3.052444 (MS Riverdance)
St Anthony (aka Santo António) 15 January 1527 A Portuguese carrack that foundered in Gunwalloe Bay, Cornwall. 50°03′00″N 5°17′13″W / 50.050°N 5.287°W / 50.050; -5.287 (St Anthony (ship))
SS Storaa 3 November 1943 A British coaster sunk by a German torpedo near Hastings.
Stella 30 March 1899 A LSWR passenger steamer from Southampton to Guernsey that ran onto the Casquets reef with 105 dead.

Northern Ireland[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Girona 26 October 1588 A galleass that foundered and sank off Lacada Point, County Antrim. 55°14′46″N 6°30′15″W / 55.2462°N 6.5043°W / 55.2462; -6.5043 (Girona (ship))
SS Laurentic 25 January 1917 An ocean liner that was converted into an armed merchant cruiser service in 1915, and struck two mines off Lough Swilly. 55°15′43″N 6°49′05″W / 55.262°N 6.818°W / 55.262; -6.818 (SS Laurentic (1909))
MV Princess Victoria 31 January 1953 A RO/RO ferry that foundered in heavy seas off the Copeland Islands.
Tullaghmurray Lass February 2002 A Kilkeel fishing boat that sank after a gas explosion. 54°03′36″N 5°59′35″W / 54.060°N 5.993°W / 54.060; -5.993 (Tullaghmurray Lass)

Scotland[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
HMS Dasher 27 March 1943 An aircraft carrier that was sunk by a major internal explosion in the Clyde estuary. 55°36′38″N 5°00′06″W / 55.61056°N 5.00167°W / 55.61056; -5.00167 (HMS Dasher (D37))
HMS Graph 20 March 1944 A German Type VII submarine#Type VIIC U-boat that was captured by the Royal Navy in 1942. She ran aground and was wrecked on the west coast of Islay. 55°48′06″N 6°28′30″W / 55.80167°N 6.47500°W / 55.80167; -6.47500 (HMS Graph)
HMS Hampshire 5 June 1916 A Devonshire-class armored cruiser that struck a mine off Orkney. 59°7′2″N 3°23′46″W / 59.11722°N 3.39611°W / 59.11722; -3.39611 (HMS Hampshire (1903))
SMS Markgraf 21 June 1919 A König-class battleship that was scuttled in Scapa Flow.
HMS Royal Oak 14 October 1939 A Revenge-class battleship that was torpedoed in Scapa Flow. 58°55′51″N 2°59′00″W / 58.93083°N 2.98333°W / 58.93083; -2.98333 (HMS Royal Oak (08))
HMS Iolaire 1 January 1919 An admiralty yacht that sank in The Minch outside Stornoway harbour, with the loss of 205 men returning from World War I. 58°11′16″N 6°20′59″W / 58.18774°N 6.34971°W / 58.18774; -6.34971 (Iolaire)

Wales[edit]

Ship Sunk date Notes Coordinates
Diamond 2 January 1825 A protected wrecksite; a three-masted square rigger with a composite hull, forerunner of the Ocean liners, lost in Cardigan Bay. 52°31′12″N 4°32′28″W / 52.520°N 4.541°W / 52.520; -4.541 (Diamond (ship))
HMY Mary 25 March 1675 A protected wrecksite; the first British Royal Yacht, that hit rocks in fog off Anglesey. 53°15′54″N 4°21′47″W / 53.265°N 4.363°W / 53.265; -4.363 (HMY Mary)
Pacific January 1856 A Collins Line transatlantic steamer that sank (possibly in the Irish Sea) from unknown causes. Wreck found in 1986.
SV Paul 30 October 1925 A four masted windjammer that was wrecked on the Cefn Sidan sands. 51°44′00″N 4°22′30″W / 51.7332°N 4.3749°W / 51.7332; -4.3749 (SV Paul)
Resurgam II 25 February 1880 A protected wrecksite near Rhyl. 53°23.78′N 03°33.18′W / 53.39633°N 3.55300°W / 53.39633; -3.55300 (Resurgam)
Royal Charter 26 October 1859 A steam clipper driven onto rocks near Moelfre, Anglesey. 53°21′14″N 4°14′06″W / 53.354°N 4.235°W / 53.354; -4.235 (Royal Charter (ship))
MV Swanland 27 November 2011 A bulk carrier that sank after hitting a large wave following gale force 8 conditions 20 miles off the coast of Anglesey.

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