The 15 Most Beautiful Sunken Ships On The Planet
This Florida-class battleship under the name USS Utah was 521 feet long and had served during the First World War. The ship was sunk when the Japanese fired torpedoes at it on the day that will never be forgotten, December 7, 1941 at Pearl Harbour.
Another ship that met its demise at Pearl Harbour was the USS Arizona. Though the ship was hit by only four Japanese airplanes, the fourth bomb hit the ammunition bunker of the ship causing a massive explosion. Unfortunately, 1,177 of the crew on board the Arizona were killed that day.
This ship was built in Japan and originally called Shoyo Maru in 1969. It was named Markos after she was sold in 1975. After being sold to a Greek company she acquired the name Giannis D. The ship saw its untimely demise when the 300-foot cargo vessel hit a coral reef at full speed.
Found in 1992 at a popular diving location in Malta, not much is known about this tugboat. Even after all these years she is completely intact and in an exceptional condition. Standing at 118 feet tall this has now become the home for many aquatic creatures.
This ship was used to take refuges that were running from their war-torn country to Roatan. While the 140 foot taker was docked in the harbour it was stripped and then later abandoned. Due to strong winds and low visibility the ship sunk and was left there as a dive location.