Abandoned Ship: The Mary Celeste | History | Smithsonian

Abandoned Ship: The Mary Celeste

Abandoned Ship: The Mary Celeste | History | Smithsonian

Captain Benjamin Briggs of the ship "Mary Celeste". The ship was found sailing in good order with no one on board. There did not appear to be any piracy or mutiny. Nothing was ever heard of the crew again.

Captain Benjamin Briggs of the ship "Mary Celeste". The ship was found sailing in good order with no one on board. There did not appear to be any piracy or mutiny. Nothing was ever heard of the crew again.

Mary Celeste (Paperback) (Virginia Loh-hagan)

Mary Celeste (Paperback) (Virginia Loh-Hagan)

A vintage stereo setup is matched with vintage LPsLe Mary Celeste in the Marais in Paris, Remodelista

Le Mary Celeste: Coastal Cool in the Middle of the Marais

A vintage stereo setup is matched with vintage LPsLe Mary Celeste in the Marais in Paris, Remodelista

The Mary Celeste (AKA Marie Celeste) was found still on course in the Atlantic in 1872 absent of her entire crew. The crew was never found.

The Mary Celeste (AKA Marie Celeste) was found still on course in the Atlantic in 1872 absent of her entire crew. The crew was never found.

The Missing Crew of the Mary Celeste. From Left to Right: Benjamin Briggs, Captain of Mary Celeste; Albert C. Richardson, First mate; Sarah Briggs, wife of Benjamin Briggs; Sophia Briggs, daughter of Benjamin and Sarah Briggs

The Missing Crew of the Mary Celeste. From Left to Right: Benjamin Briggs, Captain of Mary Celeste; Albert C. Richardson, First mate; Sarah Briggs, wife of Benjamin Briggs; Sophia Briggs, daughter of Benjamin and Sarah Briggs

Le Mary Celeste: Coastal Cool in the Middle of the Marais by Alexa Hotz

Le Mary Celeste: Coastal Cool in the Middle of the Marais

Le Mary Celeste: Coastal Cool in the Middle of the Marais by Alexa Hotz

Le Mary Celeste in the Marais in Paris, Remodelista

Le Mary Celeste in the Marais in Paris, Remodelista

The Mary Celeste was an American merchant ship famous for having been discovered in December 1872 in the Atlantic Ocean, apparently abandoned despite the fact that the weather was fine and her crew had been experienced, able seamen. The Mary Celeste was in seaworthy condition and still under sail heading toward the Strait of Gibraltar. Her cargo was untouched and the personal belongings of passengers and crew were still in place, including valuables. The crew was never seen or heard from…

The Mary Celeste was an American merchant ship famous for having been discovered in December 1872 in the Atlantic Ocean, apparently abandoned despite the fact that the weather was fine and her crew had been experienced, able seamen. The Mary Celeste was in seaworthy condition and still under sail heading toward the Strait of Gibraltar. Her cargo was untouched and the personal belongings of passengers and crew were still in place, including valuables. The crew was never seen or heard from…

Le Mary Celeste in the Marais in Paris, Remodelista

Le Mary Celeste in the Marais in Paris, Remodelista

The Mary Celeste is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Creepiest Ghost Ships Ever Found

The Creepiest Ghost Ships Ever Found

The Mary Celeste is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Creepiest Ghost Ships Ever Found

Le Mary Celeste Table and Chairs, Remodelista

Le Mary Celeste: Coastal Cool in the Middle of the Marais

Le Mary Celeste Table and Chairs, Remodelista

Le Mary Celeste

Le Mary Celeste

The Marie Céleste was an American brig discovered on 4 December 1872 in the Atlantic, unmanned  & abandoned, though the weather was fine & her crew were experienced seamen. She was in seaworthy condition & still under sail heading to the Strait of Gibraltar. She had been at sea for a month and had 6 months of food and water on board. Her cargo was untouched & the belongings of the crew were still in place. The crew was never seen again. She is cited as the greatest maritime mystery of all…

The Marie Céleste was an American brig discovered on 4 December 1872 in the Atlantic, unmanned & abandoned, though the weather was fine & her crew were experienced seamen. She was in seaworthy condition & still under sail heading to the Strait of Gibraltar. She had been at sea for a month and had 6 months of food and water on board. Her cargo was untouched & the belongings of the crew were still in place. The crew was never seen again. She is cited as the greatest maritime mystery of all…

On December 4, 1972 Mary Celeste, also known as the Ghost Ship, was found without a single soul on board while she was still sailing. She was located off the coast of Portugal heading towards the Strait of Gibraltar.

On December 4, 1972 Mary Celeste, also known as the Ghost Ship, was found without a single soul on board while she was still sailing. She was located off the coast of Portugal heading towards the Strait of Gibraltar.

What Really Happened to the Crew of the Mary Celeste?

What Really Happened to the Crew of the Mary Celeste?

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