7 miles off the coast of Deal in Kent, this notoriously hazardous and dangerous stretch of shifting sands is 10 miles in length.
Goodwin Sands is a graveyard for ships who have sunk in its foreboding waters. It is said that 50,000 people lost their lives on the sandbank. Continue reading →
The most famous of ghost ships The Flying Dutchman, which hit rocks and sunk during a heavy storm in 1641.
The phantom ship of legend appears during stormy weather off the Cape of Good Hope, at Africa’s southern tip. It is feared by mariners as an omen of disaster, and they say that if you look at the ship you will die a horrible death. Continue reading →
Luxury Travel, Dangerous Seas…
The Luxury Liner is now retired and permanently moored in Long Beach, California, USA. Continue reading →