Ship graveyards or ship cemeteries are places where shipwrecks have accumulated. They can develop from vessels lost in areas where navigation is difficult, vessels sunk in battle, vessels intentionally sunk (e.g., the German fleet in Scapa Flow after World War I) or vessels abandonned for decay.
This category is not intended for scrapyards: Scrapyards are places where ships are scraped ("broken up" and its components re-used or sold); although scrapyards are sometimes also called "ship graveyards", please do not sort them into this category, but in the Category:Shipbreaking.
This category has the following 10 subcategories, out of 10 total.
- ► Ship graveyard of Le Bono (4 F)
- ► Ship graveyard of Guilvinec (17 F)
- ► Ship graveyard of Moëlan-sur-Mer (5 F)
- ► Ship graveyard of Nouadhibou (7 F)
- ► Purton hulks (75 F)
- ► Shipwrecks in Camaret-sur-Mer (53 F)
Media in category "Ship graveyards"
The following 27 files are in this category, out of 27 total.
- Audierne Goyen.jpg 1,007 KB
- Burnt barge CU CI Creek jeh.jpg 1.06 MB
- Bénodet 060810-008 CPS.jpg 2.05 MB
- Bénodet 060810-009 CPS.jpg 1.83 MB
- GuadJapaneseSubandShip.jpg 130 KB
- Port-Rhu05.JPG 1.61 MB
- Santiago shipwreck adelaide.jpg 1.39 MB
- Scheepswrakken in de Odet.jpg 1.64 MB
- Ship wreck.jpg 649 KB
- Ships graveyard North Arm.jpg 2.94 MB
- Wreck epave.JPG 595 KB
- Wreck of the Sunbeam.jpg 2.78 MB