The shipwrecks of Google Map (Part 1 of 4)

An article on another web site linked to some of my sunken ship maps to show the shipwrecks visible in Google Map. Yet, the writer only showed a small sampling of what was included in my maps. So, below are over 80 visible shipwrecks above water. I surprised even myself in how many I had actually had plotted, so I am going to have to break this up into multiple pages via the links below.

Images of shipwrecks seen above water in 

In April of 2014, I recently ran across a Google Map that supposedly contains hundreds, four map pages worth, of what are described as visible shipwrecks, yet many of them show no visible shipwreck in Google Map. On the other hand, if you have the patience to sort through them all, there are a lot of genuine shipwrecks that are visible. Most of the shipwrecks are simply numbered and the symbols used to placemark each shipwreck block the view of many of the shipwrecks. Some are even hard to tell if they simply were abandoned or were actually shipwrecked.   Check it out here.

In case you don't have the time to sort through all those questionable shipwrecks, the following pictured shipwrecks were found unrelated to the Google Map just described above from another source.

Shipwrecks of the Atlantic Ocean seen in Google Map

Bara Ambasador
Barco A La Dervia Cabeza De Playa
Bos 400
De Goslar
Eduard Bohlen
French cruiser Primauguet
SS Atlantus
SS Selma
TSS Duke of Lancaster
Unknown ship at Doca do Poco do Bispo Lisbon port
Unknown ship near Kola Bay
Unknown ships in Mallows Bay
Unknown ship near Fortaleza
Unknown ship near ile aux Cormorans
Unknown ship near Vtre Salbu
Unknown ship near Hasi Habas
Unknown ship near Pointe de I'Or
SS San Pasqual near Cayo Las Brujas
Kiptopeke Breakwater

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