List of shipwrecks in the 17th century

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The list of shipwrecks in the 17th century includes ships sunk, wrecked or otherwise lost between (and including) the years 1601 to 1700.

1601–1610[edit]

1601[edit]

1606[edit]

1607[edit]

1609[edit]

1610[edit]

1611–1620[edit]

1613[edit]

1616[edit]

1616 or 1617

1617[edit]

1618[edit]

1619[edit]

1621–1630[edit]

1621[edit]

1622[edit]

  • 25 May
  • 5 September
    • Buen Jesus y Nuestra Senora del Rosario ( Spain): The sailing ship, along with seven others, out of a fleet of twenty-eight, was lost during a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico, between Florida and Cuba. The ships, left Havana on 4 September, with gold for the Spanish treasury.[26][27]
    • Nuestra Senora de la Consolacion ( Spain): The galleon capsized during the same hurricane as, Buen Jesus y Nuestra Senora del Rosario.[28]
    • Nuestra Senora de los Reyes ( Spain): The slave ship sank near East Key, part of the Florida Keys in the Gulf of Mexico.[29]
  • 6 September
    • Nuestra Senora de Atocha ( Spain): Out of Havana and carrying a valuable cargo of silver, gold and tobacco for Spain, two hundred and sixty people died when Atocha sank in deep water in the Gulf of Mexico.[27]
    • Santa Margarita (1622) ( Spain): One of eight ships that sank between Havana and Florida with a cargo of gold and silver.[30]

1623[edit]

1624[edit]

1625[edit]

1626[edit]

1627[edit]

  • 28 November — Solen (Sweden-Flag-1562.svg Sweden): The 38-gun galleon was scuttled by the crew during a battle off Danzig. In the 1970s the vessel was excavated by Polish archaeologists.[33]

1628[edit]

1629[edit]

1631–1640[edit]

1631[edit]

1632[edit]

  • January— Unnamed cargo ship: Wrecked in Manor of Tintagel near Crackington, St Gennys, Cornwall with the loss of all lives. She was carrying fustick wood and tobacco.[43]

1633[edit]

1634[edit]

1635[edit]

  • February — A galleon ( Spain): Homeward bound from the Indies, the galleon was captured and looted by the Dutch. Putting into "Guavers Lake" (Gwavas Lake) off Newlyn she hit the Low Lee ledge. Attempts at salvage by the authorities were opposed by the inhabitants of Mousehole and Market Jew who raided the ship at night and took away "two hundred hides". A looted cannon from this ship was salvaged by the Greencastle in 1916 and for many years was in front of Penzance Library, before being stolen.[47]
  • 15 August — Angel Gabriel ( Kingdom of England): Operating as a merchant ship as part of a small convoy bound from England to the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the 240-ton galleon was driven onto rocks on the coast of the Massachusetts Bay Colony at Pemaquid Point in Penaquid (now Bristol, Maine), during a storm, killing most of the people on board. There were some survivors.[48]

1636[edit]

1637[edit]

1638[edit]

1639[edit]

  • 18 September — Action of 18 September 1639: The full-rigged ship Groote Christoffel ( Dutch Republic) exploded and sank in the English Channel off Calais, Kingdom of France.[55]
  • 31 October
    • Delfin Dorado (Spain Kingdom of Naples): Battle of the Downs: The ship was driven ashore on the coast of Kent, England.
    • 'El Pingue ( Spain): Battle of the Downs: The hired ship was sunk in The Downs.
    • Grune (Flag of Castile.svg Castile): Battle of the Downs: The ship was driven ashore on the coast of Kent.
    • Los Angeles (Flag of Castile.svg Castile): Battle of the Downs: The ship was driven ashore on the coat of Kent.
    • Orfeo (Spain Kingdom of Naples): Battle of the Downs: The 44-gun ship was lost on the Goodwin Sands, Kent.
    • San Agustin ( Spanish Navy): Battle of the Downs: The full-rigged pinnace was driven ashore on the coast of Kent.
    • San Agustin (Spain Kingdom of Naples): Battle of the Downs: The ship was driven ashore on the coast of Kent. She sank on 3 or 4 November.
    • San Antonio ( Spanish Navy): Battle of the Downs: The full-rigged pinnace was driven ashore on the coast of Kent.
    • San Carlos (Spain Dunkerque):Battle of the Downs: The ship was sunk in The Downs.
    • San Cristo de Burgos ( Spanish Navy): Battle of the Downs: The ship was lost off the French coast.
    • San Daniel ( Spanish Navy): Battle of the Downs: The ship was driven ashore on the coast of Kent.
    • San Jerónimo( Spanish Navy): Battle of the Downs: The ship was destroyed by fire in The Downs.
    • San Juan Bautista ( Spanish Navy): Battle of the Downs: The ship was sunk in The Downs.
    • San Juan Evangelista ( Hamburg): Battle of the Downs: The hired ship was driven ashore on the coast of Kent.
    • San Pedro de la Fortuna ( Spain): Battle of the Downs: The hired ship was driven ashore on the coast of Kent. She was later refloated.
    • San Pedro Martir ( Spain): Battle of the Downs: The hired ship was driven ashore on the coast of Kent.
    • Santa Agnes (Spain Kingdom of Naples): Battle of the Downs: The frigate was driven ashore on the coast of Kent. She was refloated on 3 November.
    • Santa Catalina ( Spanish Navy): Battle of the Downs: The ship was driven ashore on the coast of Kent.
    • Santa Theresa ( Portuguese Navy): Battle of the Downs: The ship was destroyed by fire with great loss of life.
    • Santiago ( Portuguese Navy): Battle of the Downs: The ship was driven ashore on the coast of Kent.
    • Santo Domingo de Polonia (Chorągiew królewska króla Zygmunta III Wazy.svg Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth): Battle of the Downs: The hired ship was driven ashore on the coast of Kent.
    • Santo Thomas ( Spanish Navy): Battle of the Downs: The ship was driven ashore on the coast of Kent.
    • Six ships (Flagge der Hansestadt Lübeck.svg Lübeck): Battle of the Downs: The ships were driven ashore on the coast of Kent.[13]
    • Five fireships ( Dutch Republic Navy) Battle of the Downs: The vessels were expended in the battle.
  • 2 November — Santiago (Flag of Castile.svg Castile): Battle of the Downs: The ship was destroyed by fire off Dover.
  • 5 November — Unnamed ship ( Spanish Navy): Battle of the Downs: The ship was driven ashore and wrecked at Dunkerque, France.

1641–1650[edit]

1641[edit]

1642[edit]

1643[edit]

1644[edit]

1645[edit]

1646[edit]

1648[edit]

1649[edit]

1650[edit]

1651–1660[edit]

1651[edit]

1652[edit]

1653[edit]

1654[edit]

1656[edit]

1658[edit]

1659[edit]

1660[edit]

1661–1670[edit]

1661[edit]

1663[edit]

1665[edit]

1666[edit]

1667[edit]

1668[edit]

1669[edit]

1670[edit]

1671–1680[edit]

1671[edit]

1672[edit]

  • 28 May
Royal James

1673[edit]

1674[edit]

1675[edit]

1676[edit]

Kronan (left) and Svärdet (right).

1677[edit]

1678[edit]

1679[edit]

1680[edit]

1681–1690[edit]

1681[edit]

1682[edit]

1683[edit]

1684[edit]

1686[edit]

1688[edit]

1689[edit]

1690[edit]

1691–1700[edit]

1691[edit]

1692[edit]

1693[edit]

1695[edit]

1696[edit]

1697[edit]

1698[edit]

1700[edit]

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