3 British Liner Lusitania, 1915
- Date of Ship Wreck: The British liner sank in the year 1915.
- Place of Wreck: The Wreckage took place near the Irish coast.
- Goods carried: The British Liner carried more than 1,500 passengers. Some accounts suggest that the Civilian British liner was carrying ammunition along with it.
- Cause of Wreck: A German submarine attacked and forced the massive ship to touch the ground of the sea bed. A single torpedo shot made it sink in few hours.
- Loss of Human Life: Approximately 1,200 passengers died in the catastrophe.
- Economic Loss: A heavy loss for the British Government and a cause of American entry to the World War I.
- Salvage: No such record for salvage of the wreckage observed.
2 American Battleship U.S.S. Arizona, 1941
- Date of Ship Wreck: The most famous American battleship sank in the year December 7, 1941 and was one of the reasons behind the darkest days of the World War II.
- Place of Wreck: The Ship sank in the Pacific Ocean.
- Cause of Wreck: The famous Japanese attack on the Pearl Harbor is the reason behind it.
- Loss of Human Life: Nearly two third of its crew died in this accident.
- Salvage: The ship is still immersed in the salt water and stands intact without getting any kind of damage.
1 British Liner Titanic, 1912
- Date of Ship Wreck: The most famous British Liner sank in the year April 14, 1912.
- Cause of Wreck: On its maiden voyage from England to New York the sparkling new beauty of the sea hit an ice berg and became the reason of its burial in the sea.
- Loss of Human Life: 1500 passengers lost their life in this mishap.
- Economic Loss: The Loss provided an economic set back, millions was invested for the Titanic which drowned with it and never redeemed.
- Salvage: The ship’s precise location remained unknown for the next seventy years until it was located by a team of oceanographers led by the famous Dr. Robert Ballard in 1985, thereby opening the doors to renewed interest in the famous ship