25 Eeriest Shipwrecks in the World

Posted by on February 5, 2013

Whether on the bottom of the ocean or washed up on a empty beach, shipwrecks have captured our imaginations for centuries. They lead to ghost stories, mysteries, and legends. And as you take a look at some of these shipwrecks maybe you too will get a sense of their foreboding wonder. These are the 25 eeriest shipwrecks in the world.
25

Queensland, Australia

Queensland
24

Tubbataha Reef, Philippines

Tubbataha Reef
23

Hogsty Reef, Bahamas

Hogsty Reef
22

Gytheio, Greece

Gytheio
21

Inisheer, Eire

Inisheer
20

Fuerteventura, Canary Islands

Fuerteventura
19

Lake Albert, Uganda

Lake Albert
18

Kure Atoll, Hawaii

Kure Atoll
17

Stockton Beach, Australia

Stockton Beach
16

Andros Island, Greece

Andros Island
15

Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town
14

Bimini Island, Bahamas

Bimini Island
13

Middleton Reef, Australia

Middleton Reef
12

Pensacola, Florida

Pensacola
11

Mar de Plata, Argentina

Mar de Plata
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  • Gowtham

    Superb collection….

  • Marjorie Williams

    I Love this kind of thing!

  • Amanda

    You should see the rusting hulls in what’s left of the Aral Sea in Kazhakstan

  • globy

    i thought the Titanic would be in there

    • Alicia

      Titanic is in there. It’s #1.
      It sank off the coast by Newfoundland, so they put Newfoundland for it

  • Cole B

    I love ship wrecks, and this list is great! I wish they could get real pics of the Titanic like that reconstruction in the No. 1 slot.

    • Yuri Martinez

      dude, thats no reconstruction. Theres a Photoshop tool that makes photos look like a miniature. Its a real photo, that one.

  • James Smith

    # 12 is the USS Oriskany, sunk off of Pensacola to make an artificial reef. I have a video about it at http://www.photobucket.com/slrman