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Shipwrecks of April 24

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Shipwrecks of April 24

Some of the wrecks listed in this edition of Today’s Shipwrecks™ have been found, at least one was raised, but others are still undiscovered. What does it actually mean when reports say a ship was driven ashore? That is important because that was the fate of several ships on today’s list, which probably carried valuable merchandise and/or money. Can you guess which? If you are seeing this in a post, other than on Shipwrecks.com, read more about these ...

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Shipwrecks of February 26

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There have been thousands of ships lost on a February 26, but one of the shipwrecks that stands out was that of the HMS Birkenhead, which set the example of “Women & Children First,” and was rumored to have carried three tons of gold coins. If you are reading this in a post, go to http://shipwrecks.com/shipwrecks-of-february-26/ to learn more about this shipwreck.

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