Hunting New England Shipwrecks
Searching for Wrecks
Once you've done your research and have some idea of where a wreck is located, it's time to get out there and start searching. While some wrecks can be found on a beach, or in shallow water near shore, most of the time you'll need a boat and some specialized equipment and techniques. For an illustrated mini course in search equipment and techniques, see our Photo Gallery called Searching for Wrecks.
For additional information on searching for wrecks, click on the links below to view these related Websites in a new window. Close the window to return here.
• New England Shipwreck Diving (Chris Hugo's site)
• Wreck Valley (NY, NJ & New England Wrecks)
• Stinch's Shipwrecks (NY & New England Wrecks)
• NOAA's AWOIS database (U.S. Shipwrecks)
• Our main Links page (Hunting New England Shipwrecks)
• NOAA's Coast Pilot (Regional Navigation Guides)
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