Throughout the history of ocean travel and exploration, a great deal has been lost and found. One discovery ranks above the rest– the Black Swan.
The Devil’s Sea, also known as the Pacific Bermuda Triangle and the Dragon’s Triangle, is an area of the Pacific Ocean where a number of unusual, seemingly paranormal events have taken place.
From the discovery of a passage from Europe to India to the first European to set foot in the New World, this list chronicles some of the most important feats of maritime exploration in history.
The Sea Goat is an ancient mythical creature with the upper half of a goat and the lower half of a fish. It became the image of Capricorn.
The Sea Serpent is a mythological reptilian monster living in the oceans. They are often depicted as malevolent Sea Dragons or Sea Snakes.
In 1914, famed explorer Ernest Shackleton, along with a skilled crew, sailed ‘Endurance’ towards the South Pole, hoping to be the first to cross Antarctica from sea to sea via the South Pole.
Of all the many sea monsters described in the world’s mythology, there are a few that stand out above all others.
Throughout history, tragic circumstances have caused ships from around the world to sink. Whether they sunk due to storms, human error, or wartime violence, the ships described below are historically important sites.