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    Outer Banks Shipwrecks

    There’s a reason the Outer Banks came to be known as “The Graveyard of the Atlantic”

    Discover “The Graveyard of the Atlantic”. There are an estimated 3,000 shipwrecks off the Outer Banks.

    For centuries, the Outer Banks shipwrecks have been a source of intrigue and fascination. These wrecks are evidence of the many dangers that lurk offshore, and they serve as a reminder of the perils of maritime travel. Today, these they are popular tourist destinations, and they offer visitors a unique glimpse into the past.

    We hope this guide will provide an overview of the Outer Banks shipwrecks, including their history, location, and current condition. With this information, you will be able to plan your own exploration of these fascinating sites!

    The Revenue Cutter Mercury
    The US Revenue Cutter Mercury
    The USS Huron
    USS Huron
    The Metropolis
    The Metropolis
    The M&E Henderson
    M&E Henderson
    The Sinking of the Kentucky
    The Sinking of the Kentucky
    The Sinking of the City of Atlanta
    The Sinking of the City of Atlanta
    Carroll A Deering
    The Mystery of the Carrol A. Deering Shipwreck
    The Sinking of the SS Home
    The Sinking of the S.S. Home
    Pappy’s Lane
    Pappy’s Lane Shipwreck
    Mystery of the Sea
    The Oldest North Carolina Shipwreck
    The Miracle of the Mirlo
    The Miracle of the Mirlo Rescue
    Laura A. Barnes
    Laura A. Barnes Shipwreck
    The Irma in Kill Devil Hills, NC
    The Irma in Kill Devil Hills, NC
    The George A Kohler
    The George A Kohler
    Catherine M Monahan
    Catherine M Monahan
    Shipwreck at Nags Head
    A Shipwreck Mystery at Nags Head
    "The Boiler” (Oriental)
    The Boiler (Oriental)