Pictures, Videos and News about abandoned ships!
Abandoned ships are in tons of places, such as dry docks, moored at a marina, beached, or run afoul on rocky shoals. Some are sunken deep under the waves.
Like seeing footage of derelict ships? You're in the right place.
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What is a shipwreck? Shipwreck refers to a sunken or beached ship that was wrecked and/or sunk under the waves, on land, or on rocky shoals and has been abandoned since. Sometimes ships are reclaimed, but most of the time they're not so they slowly rot away.
We also are advocates for saving abandoned vessels hete and on /r/AbandonedBoats.
Below, we have posted links where you can buy an abandoned vessel or get for free.
The fact is most abandoned ships just need TLC if they're above the waterline or if they haven't been in the ocean for very long.
If you want to adopt a ship that's abandoned, try and find the owner first to get started to see if they'll let you have it. If no owner is found, try next of kin if you can have it. Otherwise try the govt and ask if they'll let you have it.
Looking to buy an abandoned boat? Or take one that's free? Visit: http://www.BoneyardBoats.com . for more abandoned vessels!
List of boat salvage yards in the US: http://www.usedboatequipment.com/boat-salvage-yards/
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This sub features pictures, video and news of abandoned ships. Some are sunken below the waves, others rotting away in boneyards. Some ran aground on beaches and others struck jagged rocky shoals.
Whatever ships you like to see that are abandoned, you'll find them here.
Like to see abandoned boats? See our other sub /r/AbandonedBoats .
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