Shipwreck

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SHIPWRECK. The loss of a vessel at sea, either. by being swallowed up by the waves, by running against another vessel or thing at sea, or on the coast. Vide Naufrage; Wreck.

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Not only is the marine life bountiful, but divers can also explore sunken boats, ships and even an airplane--which, despite the manmade litter, make for dynamic underwater habitats.
Army Corps of Engineers did a hydrographic survey Sunday of the harbor's sport and commercial boat basins to determine where sunken boats and debris might pose a hazard to mariners.
STORM HAVOC Men work to refloat a boat in Newcastle yesterday SHOCK Owners help from harbour wall SALVAGE Diver surveys damage AFTERMATH Sunken boats line the South Quay in Co Down town
Yet here the photographs of the sunken boats lost the subtly ephemeral aspect that downstairs countered the risk of surrendering to the coastline's overwhelming beauty.
The lesson to be learned is that sunken boats, great songs and classic British comedies have something in common.
They discovered sunken boats and cars and even a Civil War-era pier.
Communal pools will overlook water newly cleared of sunken boats, broken pilings and other unsightly debris.
Dozens of partially sunken boats and the remnants of long unused docks clutter the riverbanks.