The Colonel William G. Ball was built in 1929 by George Lawley and Son, Neponset, Massachusetts. She was a luxury yacht, measuring around one hundred and twenty ft in length, had a twenty-three ft...Read More
The Cristobal Colon is Bermuda’s largest known shipwreck. Built in 1923 for the Transatlantica Spanish Line, the Cristobal Colon was one of the most luxurious cruise ships of the time. She ha...Read More
Kate was an iron hulled English Steamer built in Whitby, England in 1874. She was around 200-ft long and displaced 1,413 tons.
On 30th November 1878 Kate was sailing from Galveston, Texas...Read More
The Santa Lucia was wrecked off Bermuda on 11 January 1584. Captained by Juan Lopez, she had been part of a fleet of ships that had left Spain for the Indies in 1583. She was not carrying any merch...Read More
The mysterious Manilla wreck sits in around ten to fifteen ft of water on the north-eastern reefs of Bermuda. Artefacts recovered from her include tiny glass trade beads, stone ginger beer bottles,...Read More