Alaska Shipwrecks 1750 2010

Mapping and Location: South Central Alaska 5420 N 16450 W Chart 16011 Source: BOEM Alaska Shipwreck List (2011) LADY C (1984) The crab fishing vessel Lady Csank August 21, 1984 at Kennedy Entrance near Perl Island.

Alaska Shipwrecks  1750   2010

ALASKA SHIPWRECKS: 1750-2010 is a comprehensive accounting of all shipwrecks of vessels in the waters within and adjacent to the great state of Alaska. Details of more then 3,684 disasters are presented in detail with particular attention to the names of those who were lost. Captain Warren Good was active in the commercial fisheries of Alaska from the 1970's to the 1990's. His experience in the maritime trades in all areas of the state is reflected in his colorful and knowledgeable comments throughout this book. The 2016 Digital Edition of this work is a powerful addition to any Alaskan archive. Knowing the particulars of shipwrecks of the past has the potential of preventing shipwrecks in the future.

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