Pictures Show Shipwrecks on the Russian Island

Shipwrecks on the Russian Island ABANDONED SPACES
In the past years, this place was considered one of the largest ship cemeteries in the Far East. As of 2000, 42 ships – seiners, hydrographs and decommissioned warships without weapons - were lying in the bay waiting for cutting into crap.

In the past years, this place was considered one of the largest ship cemeteries in the Far East. As of 2000, 42 ships – seiners, hydrographs and decommissioned warships without weapons – were lying in the bay waiting for cutting into crap.

In 2006-2007, when access to the bay was opened, scrap metal collectors came here. Gradually, they sawed down almost all the surface parts of the ships. But through the water column, their remains lying at the bottom are still visible. The bay on the Russian Island makes a depressing impression not only “thanks” to the rusty skeletons of ships sticking out of the water, between which SUP-surfers swim. Below you may find pictures of shipwrecks.

Shipwrecks on the Russian Island
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