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Strange Shipwrecks and Unusual Marine Phenomena

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by Jeff Napier
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Strange Shipwrecks and Unusual Marine Phenomena by Jeff Napier

According to the United Nations, more than three million broken ships litter the ocean floors. Millions more may still float, but have suffered unusual mishaps. Some have interesting stories to tell. This illustrated book chronicles some of the most interesting shipwrecks and crazy but true maritime events. Inside, you will learn about the Niagara Scow, the Fort Stikine, the USS Iowa, the William D. Porter, The USS Scorpion, the USS Thresher, the MTS Oceanos, The Mary Rose, the Costa Concordia, several other ships, and even some unreported facts about the Titanic. Enjoy!

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Size: 2.0 MB
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781312827684 (DRM-EPUB)

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