User:Maralia/List of Shipwrecks of the Florida coast

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Ship Name Alternate Name Ship Type Origin Year Location Wreck Event
Adelaide Baker Conrad bark Britain 1889 Duck Key grounded on reef[1]
Adolphus Busch Ocean Alley freighter US 1998 Cudjoe Key sunk as an artificial reef
USS Alligator schooner US 1822 Alligator Key ran aground
Amazone steam freighter Holland 1942 Sewall's Point sunk by U-333[2]
Araby Maid schooner unknown 1903 Dry Tortugas sunk in a collision[3]
Baja California steam freighter Honduras 1942 Marco Island sunk by U-84[4]
Bayronto freighter unknown 1919 Sarasota sunk in a hurricane[5]
Benwood freighter US 1942 Key Largo sunk following collision with Robert C. Tuttle[6]
USCGC Bibb cutter US 1987 Key Largo sunk as an artificial reef
USCGC Blackthorn cutter US 1980 Tampa Bay sank following collision with a tanker
Catherine bark Norway 1894 Santa Rosa Island ran aground [7]
Captain Dan USCGC Hollyhock (WAGL-220),
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buoy tender US 1990 Pompano Beach sunk as an artificial reef[8]
Cities Services Empire tanker US 1942 Cape Canaveral torpedoed by U-128 in 240 fsw[9][10]
City of Hawkinsville steamship US 1922 Suwanee River abandoned[11]
City of Washington converted barge US 1917 Key Largo ran aground
USS Curb salvage ship US 1983 Key West sunk as an artificial reef[12]
SS Copenhagen steamship US 1900 Pompano Beach ran aground on a reef
USCGC Duane cutter US 1987 Molasses Reef sunk as an artificial reef
Eagle freighter US 1985 Lower Matecumbe Key sunk as an artificial reef after fire damage
Edward Luckenbach steam freighter US 1942 Sugarloaf Key struck an allied mine[13]
Empire Mica steam tanker Britain 1942 Port St. Joe sunk by U-67[14]
Esparta steam freighter US 1942 Jacksonville sunk by U-123 [15]
HMS Fowey steamship Britain 1748 Elliott Key struck a reef [16][17]
HMS Fox war schooner Britain 1799 Dog Island ran aground in a storm[18]
USS Fred T. Berry destroyer US 1972 Key West sunk as an artificial reef in 316 fsw
Georges Valentine barquentine Italy 1904 Hutchinson Island sank in a storm
Golden Venture United Caribbean passenger ship China 2000 Boca Raton sunk for artificial reef
SS Gulf America tanker US 1942 Jacksonville torpedoed by U-123 [19]
Gulf State steam tanker US 1942 Marathon Key sunk by U-155 [20]
Half Moon Germania, Exen schooner yacht US 1930 Key Biscayne sank in a storm
Halsey steam tanker US 1942 Sewall's Point sunk by U-333[21]
Henrietta Marie slave ship Britain 1700 Marquesas Keys ran aground on reef in a storm
J. A. Moffett, Jr. steam tanker US 1942 Marathon Key reportedly sunk by U-571[22]
Joseph M. Cudahy Cudahy, "oil wreck" steam tanker US 1942 Key West sunk by U-507[23]
USS Kendrick destroyer US 1968 Key West sunk in tests in 320 fsw
Korimu Celtic Crusader cargo ship US 2007 Palm Beach sunk as an artificial reef[24]
Korsholm motor freighter Sweden 1942 Melbourne sunk by U-123[25]
Laertes steam freighter Holland 1942 Key Largo sunk by U-109[26]
Leslie Josephine, Stella Lykes steam freighter US 1942 Cocoa Beach sunk by U-123[27]
Lofthus barque Norway 1898 Manalapan ran aground
HMS Looe man-of-war Britain 1744 Looes Key ran aground[28]
Lubrafol tanker Panama 1942 Cape Canaveral sunk by U-564[29]
Maple Leaf steamship US 1864 St. John's River Union ship struck a Confederate mine [30]
Manuga Neptuno steam freighter Nicaragua 1942 Key West sunk by U-67[31]
USS Massachusetts battleship US 1921 Pensacola Bay sunk in tests
USS Mindanao repair ship US 1980 Daytona Beach sunk as an artificial reef
USS Muliphen attack cargo ship US 1989 Stuart sunk as an artificial reef
Munger T. Ball Chilsco, "phosphate wreck" steam tanker US 1942 Key West sunk by U-507[32]
USS Narcissus tugboat US 1866 Egmont Key ran aground in a storm
Norlindo Volusia steam freighter US 1942 Key West sunk by U-507[33]
Ocean Venus Liberty ship Britain 1942 Melbourne sunk by U-564[34]
Ohioan steam freigher US 1942 Boca Raton sunk by U-564[35]
Ontario steam freighter Honduras 1942 Pensacola sunk by U-507[36]
USS Oriskany aircraft carrier US 2006 Pensacola sunk as an artificial reef
USS Ozark vehicle landing ship US 1975 Destin sunk in tests
Pan Massachusetts "copper wreck" steam tanker US 1942 Melbourne sunk by U-128[37]
USS PC-463 patrol boat US unknown Fort Myers sunk in tests[38]
Potrero del Llano Lucifero tanker Mexico 1942 Elliott Key sunk by U-564[39]
USS Preble sloop-of-war US 1863 Pensacola Bay caught fire and sank
USS Rankin amphibious cargo ship US 1988 Stuart sunk as an artificial reef
Regina converted barge US 1940 Bradenton Beach ran aground in a storm
Republic steam tanker US 1942 Jupiter sunk by U-504 [40]
Queen of Nassau HMCS Canada patrol boat US 1926 Islamorada sank in 35 fsw
USS S-16 submarine US 1945 Key West sunk as a target in 260 fsw
USS Saufley destroyer US 1968 Key West sunk as a target in 420 fsw
Slobodna schooner unknown 1887 Molasses Reef ran aground [41]
USS Spiegel Grove dock-landing ship US 2002 Florida Keys sunk as an artificial reef
USS Sturtevant destroyer US 1942 Key West sunk by a friendly mine in 60ft
SS Tarpon steamship US 1937 Panama City sank in a storm
Tigre Le Tigre brigantine France 1766 Dog Island ran aground during a storm [42]
Thunderbolt cable laying ship US 1986 Marathon Key sunk as an artificial reef
HMS Tyger sloop Britain 1742 Dry Tortugas ran aground
U-2513 U-boat US 1951 Key West sunk in tests
Uptata steam freigher British 1942 Elliott Key sunk by U-571[43]
Valbanera passenger steamship Spain 1919 Rebecca Shoal sank in a hurricane
Vamar Chelsea patrol boat Panama 1942 Port St. Joe [44]
W. D. Anderson steam tanker US 1942 Jupiter sunk by U-504[45]
USS Wilkes-Barre light cruiser US 1972 Florida Keys sunk in tests
Worden motor freighter Nicaragua 1942 Cape Canaveral reportedly sunk by U-109[46]
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