Sinking a Ship DVD
Sinking a ShipDVD
Ships are routinely sunk for a variety of reasons. Sometimes they are sunk to be kept out of enemy hands or they are decommissioned and turned into artificial reefs. Watch as a World War II transport ship the U.S.S. Queens--later renamed the Texas Clipper--is sunk to develop a desperately needed artificial reef. Discover the challenges the team encounters trying to place a 500-foot long ship at precise spot 130-feet down on the bottom of the ocean.