* Desdemona in 1986 in Cabo San Pablo (54°17’51.34″S 66°41’58.82″W).
* Sarmiento in April 1912 in Punta Remolino (54°51’40.49″S 67°51’22.39″W).
* Duchess of Albany in July 1893 in Caleta Policarpo.
* Usurbil in 1993 in Ing. White, trawler (70m) built in Spain. Destroyed by fire in 1993 while being at port, she was later moved to a minor channel in the estuary where she currently rests (38º49’36S 62º15’55W).
* ARA General Belgrano destroyed during the Falklands War in 1982.
* ARA Bahía Buen Suceso, captured by British forces during the Falklands War and sunk in target exercises in 1982.
* ARA Isla de los Estados destroyed during the Falklands War in 1982.
* Atlantic Conveyor, British merchant ship, now a protected wreck site, sunk by Exocet missile during the Falklands War.
* HMS Antelope destroyed during the Falklands War in 1982.
* HMS Ardent destroyed during the Falklands War in 1982.
* HMS Coventry sunk by Argentine aircraft during the Falklands War in 1982.
* HMS Sheffield destroyed during the Falklands War in 1982.
(source: Lista de Naufragios)
* Campos in 1943, torpedoed by a U-boat.
* Elihu B. Washburne in 1943, in Santos Bay.
* Tocantins sunk in 1933, at the Queimada Grande Island, due to heavy fog.
* Principe das Asturias know as the Brazilian Titanic, a liner that sunk in 1916, near Ilha Bela, and was carrying over 1300 passengers (official list).
* Aquidaba a 1885 Brazilian “ironside” that sunk after exploding near the Jacuacanga strait, in Angra dos Reis bay, in 1906.
* Bezerra de Menezes cargo ship that sunk after a collision, in 1891.
* California rare 1806 “direct acting engine” steamer, with a centered propulsion wheel, carrying personal care articles – sunk after a pirate raid, in 1866, at Ilha Grande, Angra dos reis.
* Pinguino a popular dive site at Ilha Grande, this was a grain cargo ship that sunk – after a fire aboard – in 1967.
* Angamos sunk after striking rocks near Lebu in 1928.
* BAP Independencia run aground during the Battle of Punta Gruesa in 1879.
* BAP Manco Cápac sunk during the Battle of Arica in 1880.
* Chilean battery ship Blanco Encalada destroyed by a torpedo gunboat in the port of Caldera 1891 as part of the Chilean Civil War.
* El Canelo sunk in the mouth of Valdivia River after the 1960 Valdivia earthquake in 1960.
* Esmeralda sunk during the Battle of Iquique in 1879.
* HMS Good Hope (1901) destroyed in the Battle of Coronel, 1914.
* MV Logos ran aground on rocks in the Beagle channel (54°58’12.84″S 67° 7’25.71″W) in January 1988.
* HMS Monmouth (1901) destroyed in the Battle of Coronel, 1914.
* SMS Dresden (1907) sunk by its own crew near Robinson Crusoe Island in 1915.
* Chilean schooner Covadonga sunk by a mine outside Chancay in 1880.
* Adresito capsized in Amazon River, Iquitos, Loreto Maynas, at least 134 people confirmed dead, in March 1990.
* La Chachita capsized by stormy conditions in Marranon River, at least 150 people confirmed dead, in May 1991.
* Santa Elena capsized in Tepiche River, Loreto, at least fifty people confirmed dead, in March 2008.
* Admiral Graf Spee a German battleship scuttled during the Battle of the River Plate on 17 December 1939.
* HMS Agamemnon a Royal Navy warship ran aground and sank north of Gorriti Island in Maldonado Bay on 20 June 1809.
* Ann Alexander an American whaleship sunk after it was rammed by a sperm whale on 20 August 1851.