13. concrete-hulled SS Sapona
The concrete-hulled cargo steamer SS Sapona was built in Wilmington, North Carolina for World War I purposes, yet was finished after the war ended.
Her destiny was to be sold and used as Casino, oil storage then alcohol storage during Prohibition.
After it was wrecked in a hurricane in 1926 near Bimini, SS Sapona was used by US Navy as target practice.
12. Wreck of The Eduard Bohlen
Eduard Bohlen was the name of a ship that wrecked on the Skeleton Coast of German Southwest Africa (Todays Namibia) on a thick fog day of September 05, 1909.
Her wrecks can be found in the sand not too far from the shoreline.