This is the story of how a tragic ship fire disaster became a temporary boom for one of the Jersey Shore's most iconic 20th century destinations.
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How a series of utterly boneheaded decisions turned the most beautiful ship ever created into a pathetic junk heap in New York Harbor.
The burning of a day steamer in 1904 wiped out an entire New York City neighborhood at one blow. Why did it happen?
In 1990 a ferry burned off the coast of Scandinavia, killing 159 innocent people. Why this event happened, and what was at stake, will shock you.
The waters off Whiddy Island, a 3-mile long strip of green nestled in Bantry Bay in the county of Cork, Ireland, are deep and calm. [...]
Forty-eight years ago today, on November 13, 1965, the SS Yarmouth Castle, an ocean liner and cruise ship that plied the waves between Miami and [...]