The TYPO sank in October of 1899 after being run down by another schooner. Today, the TYPO sits upright in the water with evidence of its quick sinking still present. The cargo is still on board and the ship's bell can still be seen in the belfry. Learn more about this shipwreck from Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary.
Sherman tanks lie on the sea floor off the coast of Donegal, Ireland. "the S.S. Empire Heritage, a cargo ship which had been carrying dozens of Sherman Tanks when it was torpedoed and sank in 1944 with the loss of 113 lives" according to http://www.marine.ie/home/aboutus/newsroom/news/NewTechnologyShinesLightonDonegalShipwrecks.htm
FRIGATE 356, a 306 foot long Soviet built Cuban warship from the late Cold War era, lies in ghostly stillness 40-90 feet beneath the surface in Cayman Brac. A unique remnant of the Cold War, it is one of only two diveable Soviet warship wrecks in the Western Hemisphere. The other, also a Koni class, aluminum, gas-turbine powered, high speed frigate, lies submerged nearby in the waters of Cuba.
Here is the KYLE SPANGLER, one of many Great Lakes vessels that made trips to the Atlantic in the early days of direct trade with saltwater ports. On November 7, 1860, the schooner RACINE collided with the SPANGLER and sent the vessel, full of corn, to the bottom of Lake Huron. The crewmen were taken safely onboard the RACINE. Today, the ship rests relatively undamaged except for the bow, with its masts and cabin intact.