SS City Of Cairo

SS City Of Cairo
The SS City of Cairo was a British passenger ship. It was manufactured in 1915 for Ellerman Lines Ltd of London by Earle’s Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd, Hull. It was 450 feet (140 m) long, had two decks, two masts, and weighed 8,034 tonnes....
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Titanic Ship Wreck

Titanic Ship Wreck
Who doesn’t know the story of ‘Titanic’? Titanic grabbed the attention public by the James Cameron movie “Titanic”. RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner owned and operated by the White Star Line that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912,...
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Series Of Deepest Shipwrecks Ever Found

Series Of Deepest Shipwrecks Ever Found
The maritime sector, being one of the world’s most important businesses, is no stranger to the dangers and issues it encounters on a daily basis. This never-ending business has purchased not just a paradise full of possibilities, but also the worst risks...
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Museum Ships

Museum Ships
A museum ship, also known as a memorial ship, is an old ship that has been maintained and turned into a public museum for educational or commemorative purposes. Some are also used for recruiting and training, primarily for the small number of museum ships that are...
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Sinking Ships For Wreck Diving Sites

Sinking Ships For Wreck Diving Sites
The technique of scuttling old ships to create artificial reefs ideal for wreck diving, to profit commercially from recreational diving off the shipwreck, or to create a diver training site is known as sinking ships for wreck diving sites. To minimize the negative...
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SINKEX – Sink Exercise

SINKEX – Sink Exercise
Another method of ship disposal we will discuss today is SINKEX (Sink Exercise) or HULKEX (Hulk Exercise). In this method, the ship is moved away from the beach and destroyed by military weaponry. The ‘Deep Water Sinking Process’ is another name for it....
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