Shipwrecks of Nova Scotia
This guide provides brief descriptions of the contents of all the main pages on this site. They are listed in the same order as the links on the Site Navigator (left side of screen).
The starting page of this website. It includes an Introduction and tips on navigating the site.
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This page will lead you to our Photo Galleries. The galleries contain a variety of shipwreck, diving and Nova Scotia pictures.
This page will lead you to the Artifact Quiz on our sister site "Hunting New England Shipwrecks."
This is our tabulated list of Nova Scotia shipwrecks. It is arranged in alphabetical order by vessel name. Clicking on a vessel name link will take you to a wreck data page, where you'll find the vessel's history, specifications and pictures (when available).
We have created a series of regional Wreck Charts for Nova Scotia. These charts show the approximate locations of all the wrecks on our Wreck List.
Maps & Chart
On this page we provide links to a variety of Nova Scotia maps and nautical charts.
Famous Wrecks Worldwide
This page provides brief histories and pictures of famous wrecks worldwide. Some are famous because of the large numbers of lives lost, others because of their political importance at the time of sinking, and still others because they are spectacular dive sites.
Here you will find information on Sable Island, the Graveyard of the Atlantic.
Pirates and Privateers
This page provides an excerpt from Cape Bretoner Terry Dwyer's book Wreckhunter.
Our Message Board is the key to interaction with our site visitors. Here you can post wreck-related messages and read those posted by others.
This page is included especially for computer-savvy wreck hunters. Here we provide links to a wide variety of websites on Nova Scotia, diving, boating, shipwrecks, maritime history and other related topics.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Here we provide answers to some of the questions that have been asked by our site visitors.
This portion of our site is reserved for use by our shipwreck research team only. It is password-protected.
On this page we list the names of our volunteer editors, contributors and advisors. Without these people, this site would not exist.
Here is where our author tells a little about himself and the origin of this website.
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