List of shipwrecks in 1917
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|AG-13||Imperial Russian Navy||The AG-class submarine sank accidentally. She was refloated, repaired, and returned to service as AG-16.|
|Ariel||United States||The schooner was wrecked off the Inubōsaki Lighthouse, Japan.|
|Aurora||United Kingdom||The ship was presumed to have been sunk by a mine with the loss of all hands in the second half of 1917. She was on a voyage from Sydney, New South Wales to Iquique, Chile.|
|Belem||United Kingdom||The ship sank near Bude, Cornwall.|
|Catherine||United States||The steamer was reported lost at Ugashik, Territory of Alaska.|
|Dorade||French Navy||The naval trawler was lost sometime in 1917.|
|Harriet G||United States||During a voyage from Puget Sound to Hawaii with a cargo of lumber, the 252-ton brig capsized in the Pacific Ocean off Cape Flattery, Washington. The halibut schooner Sumner ( United States) salvaged Harriett G, which was re-rigged as a three-masted schooner and placed back in service as Esther ( United States).|
|Key West||United States||The vessel was lost in Unimak Pass in the Aleutian Islands near Scotch Cap on the southwest croner of Unimak Island.|
|Mary Sachs||United States||The 30-ton, 60-foot (18.3 m) twin-screw schooner was wrecked on Banks Island near Cape Kellett off the coast of Canada′s Northwest Territories.|
|Orthes||Norway||The barque was abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean. She subsequently foundered.|
|Prince John||United States||The steamer was lost in Wrangell Narrows in the Alexander Archipelago in Southeast Alaska.|
|Reuben L. Richardson||United States||The 92-net ton schooner was wrecked in Clarence Strait in the Alexander Archipelago in Southeast Alaska.|
|Spes & Fides||Norway||The fishing steamer, a former whaler, suffered an engine malfunction and sank in a storm off Tromsø, Norway. No lives were lost in the shipwreck. The wreck was located by divers at a depth of 20 m (66 ft) in 2014, after a search initiated by Sandefjord Museum.|
|Spokane||United States||The steamer became a total loss at Farallon Bay ( ) off northeastern Dull Island in Southeast Alaska.|
|Taurus||United Kingdom||World War I: The coaster struck a mine and sank in the North Sea east of the Shetland Islands with the loss of nine crew. This was either during July 1917 or August 1917.|
|SM U-50||Imperial German Navy||World War I: The Type U 43 submarine is believed to have struck a mine and sank in the North Sea off Terschelling, Friesland, Netherlands on or after 31 August.|
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- Hanssen, Kine (19 November 2014). "Fant forlist hvalbåt etter nesten 100 år". Bladet Tromsø (in Norwegian). Retrieved 20 November 2014.
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- "Taurus". Uboat.net. Retrieved 19 October 2012.
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