The following is a list of shipwrecks that have been found. Some are old some are new.
* SS Sapona a cargo steamer run aground near Bimini during a hurricane in 1926.
* Sea Venture – grounded off the coast in 1609, subsequently broke up and sank.
* Warwick – English cargo ship sunk in a gale in Castle Harbor in 1619, discovered in 1967.
* San Antonio – Portuguese nao wrecked on the west reefs in 1621, discovered in 1960.
* Eagle – Virginia Company ship wrecked in 1659.
* Virginia Merchant – Virginia Company ship wrecked in 1661.
* Unidentified ship – wrecked around 1750, found in 1983, known as the “Frenchman” wreck.
* Unidentified ship – wrecked mid-18th century, known as the “Manilla” wreck.
* Hunters Galley – wrecked in 1752.
* Katherine – wrecked in 1763.
* Mark Antonio – Spanish privateer, wrecked in 1777, discovered early 1960s.
* Lord Amherst – British armed transport wrecked in 1778.
* HMS Cerberus – lost at Castle Harbor in 1783.
* HMS Pallas – ran aground in 1783 off St. George’s Island, wreck has not been identified.
* Caesar – wrecked on a reef in 1818 en route from England to Baltimore.
* Collector – wrecked in 1823.
* L’Herminie – French frigate wrecked in 1838.
* Unidentified ship – wrecked in 1849, believed to be the Minerva though that ship was wrecked in 1795.
* Curlew – wrecked on the northern reefs in 1856.
* Montana – American Civil War blockade runner sank in 1863.
* Mari Celeste – American Civil War blockade runner being piloted by a Bermudian, sank in eight minutes in 1864.
* Beaumaris Castle – ran aground in 1873.
* Minnie Breslauer – ran aground in 1873.
* Alert – fishing sloop sank in 1877.
* Kate – British steamer wrecked in 1878.
* Lartington – wrecked in 1879 after just five years of operation.
* North Carolina – wrecked off West End in 1880.
* Darlington – wrecked on the Western Reef in 1886.
* Richard P. Buck – caught fire and sank following a storm in 1889.
* Apollo – wrecked on the reefs in 1890.
* Avenger – wrecked on Mills Breakers in 1894.
* HMS Vixen – scuttled in 1896.
* Madiana – former Balmoral Castle, built 1877, wrecked 1903
* Pollockshields – former Herodot, wrecked in 1915 near Elbow Beach.
* Blanch King – wrecked on the southwest reefs in 1920.
* Taunton – Norwegian steamer wrecked on the northern reefs in 1920.
* Caraquet – mail steamer wrecked on the northern barrier reef in 1923.
* Zovetto – cargo steamer ran aground in 1924, also known as Zovetta or Rita Zovetto.
* Mussel – Bermudian fishing boat wrecked in 1926.
* Cristobal Colon – Bermuda’s largest shipwreck sank in 1936.
* Iristo – Norwegian steamer also known as Aristo, grounded in 1937 after mistaking the Colon wreck for a ship still underway.
* Pelinaion – Greek steamer wrecked in 1940.
* Constellation – made famous in The Deep, sank in 1942.
* Colonel William G. Ball – wrecked on Mills Breakers in severe weather in 1943.
* Wychwood – ran aground in 1955, refloated, then sank again.
* Elda – wrecked in 1956 near the Eagle wreck.
* Ramona – Canadian ship wrecked in 1967, refloated for salvaging, re-sunk near Dockyard.
* King – American ship scuttled in 1984, first intentionally-created dive site in Bermuda.
* Hermes – American ship deliberately scuttled in 1984.
* Triton – scuttled in 1988 as a dive site.
British Virgin Islands
* HMS Astraea a British frigate wrecked off the coast of Anegada on 23 May 1808.
* HMS Nymph a British sloop caught fire, foundered and sank in Road Town’s harbour in 1783.
* RMS Rhone a British packet ship wrecked during a hurricane off the coast of Salt Island on 29 October 1867.
* Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe a Spanish galleon sunk by hurricane in Samana Bay on 24 August 1724.
* Conde de Tolosa a Spanish galleon run aground during a hurricane in Samana Bay on 25 August 1724.
* St. George sunk as an artificial reef near La Romana in 1999.
* Astron a freighter scuttled just off the coast of Punta Cana.
* Monte Cristi Pipe Wreck sunk off the north coast of the Dominican Republic in the later part of the 17th century.
* La Viete, French merchant ship, lost on a voyage of reinforcement and supply with a demi-brigade of artillery and infantry, their equipment, and a large shipment of specie (coins), etc. in 1802. This may be the wreck discovered by North Caribbean Research S.A. off Punta Luna. The Punta Luna wreck project is directed by NCR’s Rick Berry.
* Bianca C a passenger ship sunk multiple times before becoming the Caribbean’s largest shipwreck, near Grand Anse, in October 1961.
* Bluenose a Canadian schooner foundered on a reef on 28 January 1946.