The Costa Concordia is finally on its way to Genoa.
It's been more than 2 and a half years since the cruiseliner ran aground off Italy's Giglio Island. Now the wreck floats again.
The ship sank during a bloody battle against a fleet from Denmark and the German city of Lübeck.
A diving mission is planned to explore an ancient shipwreck off the coast of the Greek island Antikythera.
The 9th-century wooden object is about the same shape (though not thickness) of an iPad, and was a notebook -- and tool - in one. Continue reading →
For one lost containeer, an underwater robot found it nearly 4,200 feet below the ocean's surface.
The ship's slave captain became a hero during the Civil War; the ship will likely remain under water.
More than five centuries after it sank, the famous vessel's resting place may be known.
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