The 16th century Spanish Galleon Andalucia (replica)
March 17, 2017

The 16th century Spanish Galleon Andalucia (replica) »

Used by the Spanish Crown for maritime expeditions during the 16th through the 18th centuries. Galleons were intended to discover and then establish trade routes between Spain, America and the Philippines

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The Mysterious Lost Ship of the Laguna Salada Baja Ca. (Grasson)
March 15, 2017

The Mysterious Lost Ship of the Laguna Salada Baja Ca. (Grasson) »

Somewhere along his travels, which included the Yuha desert, again just northwest of the Laguna Salada area, he came upon a ship, in the middle of the desert.

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Elmer Carver Finder of the Lost Ship of the Desert? (Grasson)
January 10, 2017

Elmer Carver Finder of the Lost Ship of the Desert? (Grasson) »

In May of 1964 a man named Elmer Carver told a fantastic story of how he found the Lost Ship of the Desert. He was one of very few people to have actually seen

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The Legend of the Mojave Desert’s Lost Ships (Angelfire)
December 19, 2016

The Legend of the Mojave Desert’s Lost Ships (Angelfire) »

Reports by emigrants, prospectors, and other travelers of an ancient ship lying in the desert sands, subsequently buried and uncovered by the blowing, shifting sands

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The Mysterious Sunken Treasure of the Salton Sea
December 18, 2016

The Mysterious Sunken Treasure of the Salton Sea »

The mysteries of the Salton sea include lost ships of Spanish, English or Viking origin, as well as the WWII era airplanes like Wildcats, Corsairs, Hellcats, and

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Lost Ship of the Spaniards (Grasson)
December 17, 2016

Lost Ship of the Spaniards (Grasson) »

According to the legend, Captain Iturbe's Spanish galleon was loaded with an eminence amount of gold, silver, gems and especially the black pearls, and still lies buried somewhere within the Salton Sea area.

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Thomas Cavendish Pirate or Privateer? (Grasson)
December 13, 2016

Thomas Cavendish Pirate or Privateer? (Grasson) »

One of the the least told stories about the Lost Ship, concerns a British privateer named Thomas Cavendish and the possibility of a mutinied treasure ship.

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Joris Spilbergen the Dutch Menace? (Grasson)
November 4, 2016

Joris Spilbergen the Dutch Menace? (Grasson) »

Not much is known about the Pacific pirates, but there are a couple that you may have heard of, Sir Francis Drake, Thomas Cavendish and Joris Spilbergen. All three of these men have been listed in connection with the Lost Ship of the Desert

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Lost Ship Hunter, Bill Pfost (Grasson)
October 9, 2016

Lost Ship Hunter, Bill Pfost (Grasson) »

Dad had heard rumors, that he believed, about an acquaintance of his, a former Imperial County rancher, having seen the pearl ship. In one idle conversation he asked the man about it, but he man never denied nor confirmed it.

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Giants of Tiburon Island (Grasson)
October 4, 2016

Giants of Tiburon Island (Grasson) »

The story of white Giants, the Come from afar men and their red haired queen, and their visit with the Seri Indians at Tiburon Island. Is it true or.....

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  • The 16th century Spanish Galleon Andalucia (replica)
    Used by the Spanish Crown for maritime expeditions during the 16th through the 18th centuries. Galleons were intended to discover and then establish trade routes between Spain, America and the Philippines
    17 March
  • Secrets of the Viking Ship
    For three turbulent centuries, the glimpse of a square sail and dragon-headed prow on the horizon struck terror into the hearts of medieval Europeans. Indeed, the Viking Age, from A.D. 800-1100, was the age of the sleek, speedy longship.
    02 September
  • A Ship In The Algodones (Woodbury)
    In the spring of 1876 one Captain Joshua Talbot stumbled upon the remains of an ancient vessel sticking out of the sand dunes 25 miles west of Yuma. At first glance he guessed that it must be the wreck of a Spanish galleon...
    10 August
  • 17th Century Caravel
    Small sailing vessels, originally developed by the Portuguese, that incorporated important advances in ship-building technology that made possible the great voyages of European exploration in the late 16th and 17th centuries and, more important...
    29 December

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