List of shipwrecks in 1994
The list of shipwrecks in 1994 includes all ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during 1994
|Arctic Reefer||Cyprus||The cargo ship sank in the Pacific Ocean 310 nautical miles (570 km) south of Shikoku, Japan with the loss of seventeen of her 29 crew.|
|Marika 7||Liberia||The ore carrier sank in the Atlantic Ocean. There were 36 crew on board.|
|Teano||Norway||The cargo ship was wrecked on the island of Senja, Norway. Wreck delivered for scrapping at Fosen Gjenvinning breaker's yard at Revsnes in Sør-Trøndelag in October 1995.|
The cruise ship ran aground at Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain, after her tow parted in a storm. She broke in two after two days and was declared a total loss in July 1994. The stern section sank in 1996, the bow section in April 2007.
|HNoMS Oslo||Norway||The Oslo-class frigate ran aground on 24 January off the Marstein Island lighthouse after suffering engine failure. A tow was attempted on 25 January, but as the situation of the ship deteriorated, the tow was let go and the frigate sank.|
|Christinaki||Malta||The bulk carrier sank in the Atlantic Ocean 240 nautical miles (440 km) south west of Ireland with the loss of all 27 crew.|
|Westerly||United States||The 65-foot (20 m) crab fishing vessel capsized and sank in 222 feet (68 m) of water in southern Glacier Bay just south of Strawberry Island in Southeast Alaska after her crab pots shifted, causing her to flood by the stern. Another fishing vessel rescued all three people on board.|
|Boa Force||Norway||The anchor handling tug supply vessel struck a wellhead and sank off Thevenard Island, Western Australia. All eleven crew were rescued. Boa Force was raised on 6 April and subsequently scuttled in deep water.|
|Sally Albatross||Finland||The cruise ship ran aground at Porkkala. All 1,258 people on board were rescued by helicopters and Finnish Coast Guard vessels. She was refloated on 16 April. Later repaired and returned to service.|
|Melisa||Indonesia||The cargo ship capsized and sank at Surabaya. The wreck was scrapped in June 1994.|
|Nassia||Cyprus||The tanker collided with Ship Broker ( Cyprus) in the Bosphorus Strait. Both ships caught fire, Nassia was beached with the loss of a crew member.|
|Pallas Athena||Greece||The cruise ship caught fire and sank at the Port of Piraeus. The wreck was scrapped in 1995.|
|Mtongwe||Kenya||The overloaded ferry capsized in Kilindini Harbour, Kenya, just 40 metres (44 yd) from port during a voyage between Mombasa and Likoni, killing 272 of the 400 people on board.|
|Provincial Trader||Australia||The prawn trawler, a former tug, capsized and sank at Eden, New South Wales. All crew were rescued by Rubicon ( Australia).|
|Sanjeevani||India||The ship was driven ashore in a hurricane at Mormugao. Scrapped in situ in 1997.|
|Apollo Sea||Panama||The Chinese-owned, Panamanian-registered bulk carrier sank near Cape Town, South Africa, with the loss of all 36 of her crew.|
|BOS 400||France||barge ran aground off Duiker Point near Sandy Bay, Cape Town, South Africa, while under tow by the tugboat Tigr ( Russia).|
|13 de Marzo||Cuba||Carrying approximately 70 people attempting to leave Cuba illegally, the tugboat sank 7 nautical miles (13 km; 8.1 mi) northeast of Havana, Cuba, after being rammed repeatedly by patrol boats of the Cuban Coast Guard. Only 31 people aboard her survived.|
|Teach||United States||The 30-foot (9.1 m) salmon troller was destroyed by fire at False Pass, Alaska. Her two-man crew escaped in a skiff.|
|Iron Antonis||Greece||The ore carrier sank in the Atlantic Ocean 1,700 nautical miles (3,100 km) west of Cape Town, South Africa with the loss of all 24 crew.|
|Ural||United States||The 41-foot (12 m) fishing vessel capsized and sank in Kennedy Entrance at the south end of Cook Inlet in Alaska. Another fishing vessel picked up two members of her crew and a United States Coast Guard rescue swimmer rescued a third crew member.|
|Wesley||United States||The 42-foot (13 m) longline halibut fishing vessel flooded, cpasized, and sank in Frederick Sound in the Alexander Archipelago 30 nautical miles (56 km; 35 mi) northwest of Petersburg, Alaska. Wesley′s captain put on her survival suit but drowned when she was trapped in the wheelhouse as Wesley capsized and sank. A nearby fishing vessel rescued the only other person on board.|
|Marcilio Dias||Brazilian Navy||The Gearing-class destroyer was sunk as a target during a torpedo exercise.|
|SLNS Sagarawardena||Sri Lanka Navy||Sri Lankan Civil War: The Jayasagara-class patrol craft was sunk off Mannar, Sri Lanka, by two Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam suicide boats. 25 crewmen killed, 18 prisoners of war.|
|Algolake||Canada||Algolake ran aground in the St. Lawrence River off Quebec.|
|Estonia||Estonia||The ferry sank in the Baltic Sea ( ) due to the loss of her bow doors in a storm. There were 1,001 people on the ferry of which 864 were lost.|
|HSC Condor II||Australia||The catamaran ferry ran aground in the Derwent River at Hobart, Tasmania during trials. Damage was put at A$4,000,000 (then £2,700,000).|
|JRM TČ-219 Streljko||Yugoslavia||Croatian War of Independence: The torpedo boat, captured by the Croatian navy in 1991, was sunk as a target by the Croatian missile boat RTOP-11 Kralj Petar Krešimir IV with RBS-15B missiles.|
|Trade Daring||Liberia||The ore-bulk-oil carrier broke in two during loading at Ponta da Madeira, Brazil. The wreck was later removed and scuttled offshore.|
|SAS Pietermaritzburg||South African Navy||training ship was scuttled to create an artificial reef at Miller's Point near Simon’s Town, South Africa.|
|Achille Lauro||Italy||The cruise ship caught fire in the Indian Ocean off Somalia. She was abandoned and subsequently sank on 2 December.|
|Cebu City||Philippines||The ferry sank in Manila Bay with the loss of 140 lives after colliding with the cargo ship Kota Suria ( Singapore).|
|HMAS Derwent||Royal Australian Navy||The decommissioned River-class destroyer escort was scuttled in the Indian Ocean in the Rottnest ship graveyard 12 nautical miles (22 km; 14 mi) west of Rottnest Island, Western Australia, after use as a target.|
- "Search for crews as ships sink". The Times (64842). London. 3 January 1994. col E, p. 9.
- "Teano (7007643)". Miramar Ship Index. Retrieved 20 April 2015.
- "Frontispiece". Ships Monthly. Vol. 29. Endlebury Publishing Company. 1994. p. 35. ISSN 0037-394X.
- Bill Frost (4 February 1994). "Liferaft found as 27 feared dead". The Times (64780). London. col D-G, p. 1.
- alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (W)
- "Navigation Act 1912. Navigation (Marine Casualty) Regulations investigation into the sinking of the off-shore supply vessel BOA FORCE on Saladin No.3 wellhead off Thevenard Island, Western Australia on 24 February 1994" (PDF). Australian Transportation Safety Board. 1 September 1994. Retrieved 21 May 2012.
- "Hundreds saved from holed liner". The Times (64894). London. 5 March 1994. col A-B, p. 13.
- "Belgian Merchant P-Z" (PDF). Belgische Koopvaardij. Retrieved 1 December 2010.[permanent dead link]
- "Bosphorus blaze kills crewman". The Times (64901). London. 14 March 1994. col E, p. 10.
- Othfors, Daniel. "Flandre (II)/Carla C/Carla Costa/Pallas Athena". The Great Ocean Liners. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 15 January 2012.
- "Capsize of Provincial Trader while in tow" (PDF). Australian Transportation Safety Board. 20 June 1995. Retrieved 21 May 2012.
- "T2 TANKERS - J - K - L". Mariners. Retrieved 28 October 2016.
- alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (T)
- "Crew of ship still missing". The Times (65052). London. 6 September 1994. col H, p. 16.
- alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (U)
- "Naval Battles of the Sri Lanka Civil War". Retrieved 26 October 2018.
- "Marine Occurrence Report: Grounding of the Bulk Carrier "Algolake" in the Traverse du Nord, St Lawrence River, Quebec 23 September 1994" (PDF). Transportation Safety Board of Canada. Retrieved 29 October 2017.
- "Express ferry runs aground during trials". The Times (65082). London. 11 October 1994. col A-F, p. 13.
- "Raketne topovnjače klase "Kralj" HRM". Paluba.info. Retrieved 2 April 2016.
|Ship events in 1994|