The Swedish Accident Investigation Authority has released some preliminary findings after conducting inspections of the Estonia shipwreck. The two holes in the ferry’s hull filmed by documentary filmmakers earlier have been confirmed and documented with scanning...
Researchers from Sweden and Finland completed a new investigation into the 1994 sinking of the ferry MS Estonia on Sunday. With 852 deaths, it was the largest European maritime disaster since the Second World War. The dives are part of a preliminary study for a larger...
Divers are likely to start a new investigation this summer near the wreck of the ferry M/S Estonia, which sank in 1994 killing 852 people. Renewed attention was paid to the shipwreck after documentary makers showed footage of two large holes in the ship’s hull...
The US Coast Guard (USCG) announced on Monday it is suspending its search for the remaining missing Seacor Power liftboat crew members. The jack-up barge capsized in a hurricane eight miles south of the port of Port Fouchon in the US state of Louisiana on 13 April....
Divers have found a number of cannons and some military equipment in the seabed off the uninhabited island of Razende Bol, off the coast of Texel, the Netherlands. The items belonged to the British warship HMS Apollo. This ship sank on 6 January 1799, after being...
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