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26-Year-Old Titanic Mystery Finally Solved

The Titanic shipwreck mystery has finally been solved due to the 2022 Titanic Expedition. Paul Henry Nargeolet and his team of researchers discovered an extremely productive and dense ecosystem at a 2,900-meter depth. Nargeolet, a veteran Nautile submersible pilot, dove...

Egyptian Shipwreck Proves Ancient Greek Historian Herodotus Right

An ancient shipwreck proves the Greek historian Herodotus was correct about the observations he made about Egyptian vessels nearly twenty-five centuries ago, archaeologists said recently. The shipwreck, discovered in the Nile River near the ancient, and now sunken, city of...

Ancient Roman Artifact Used as Coffee Table for Nearly 50 Years

A couple in New York has been using a priceless ancient Roman artifact as a coffee table for nearly 50 years. The incredible story of the 2,000-year-old "coffee table," which dates back to the time of the emperor Caligula, was...

Beauty and History in the Greek Island Paradise of Alonissos

The Greek island of Alonissos was one of the top travel destinations according to National Geographic Travel. The idyllic island was specifically chosen as the leading voice in travel and exploration in an aim to highlight sustainable and climate-friendly...

Samina Ferry Disaster Haunts Greece More Than 20 Years Later

The disaster involving the sinking of the ferry boat Express Samina on September 26, 2000 off the coast of Paros which claimed the lives of eighty-one people still haunts Greece. The ferry remains at the bottom of the Aegean sea...

The Six Breathtaking Shipwrecks of Karpathos Island

A new video created on behalf of the Municipality of Karpathos offers a rare glimpse at the six shipwrecks hiding in the island's waters.

Mystery Shipwreck Discovered Off Kythnos Island, Greece

Greek divers discovered a shipwreck off the island of Kythnos in the Aegean with indications it sank after an explosion at its bow. There is yet no information on the vessel and no indication of its date. Researcher Kostas Thoktaridis told...

Leros Island: The Mecca of WWII Shipwreck Diving

Since 1943, Leros island in the eastern Aegean has been the world's second biggest "museum" of WWII shipwrecks after Normandy. During the past five years, the island has been turned into a go-to destination for diving tourism. The Eastern Aegean...

2400-Year-Old Greek Ship is the Oldest Wreck Yet Discovered

The discovery of the ancient Greek shipwreck "Odysseus," thought to be the oldest of its kind ever found, at the bottom of the Black Sea could change our understanding of shipbuilding and seafaring in the ancient world. The 75 foot...

New Images Show 300-Year-Old “Holy Grail of Shipwrecks”

New photos of the 300-year-old "holy grail of shipwrecks" that is thought to hold billions of dollars in gold and treasure have been released. The massive Spanish San Jose, which went down off the coast of what is now Cartagena,...