How did this ship, which once carried eco-tourists on gawking tours to Antarctica, wind up here?
I'm working on the podcast tonight, but I thought I'd share this short but interesting article that came across the transom from History Chick in [...]
This amazing painting depicts a real-life disaster that occurred off the coast of New Zealand in 1863.
This beautiful nautical painting depicts a real event, a little-known steamship disaster of the late 19th century.
This ship wrecked here in a storm in 1960, and it's been here ever since.
This old can of a battleship had a lackluster military career, but somehow managed to get the last word.
A leaky ship, a negligent captain, and an Atlantic storm all came together one tragic day in 1928.
The ship sank in 1771, taking to the bottom crates of priceless Old Masters paintings belonging to the Tsar of Russia.
This entry is unique in the "42 Historical Objects" series because it's the only item that you can't go see in a museum. It's the [...]
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. [...]