The emphasis is on recreational less than ft diving in northern New Jersey, since that's where I live and dive. The current total is over references, although this includes a few shipwrecks that are of purely historical interest. New Jersey is a superb place for wreck diving. Estimates of the number of wrecks off this coast are between and
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As of the United States Census , the borough's population was 1,,    reflecting a decline of The borough's name derives from an incident in March , in which a woman was saved from a wrecked ship that had flipped over, after her rescuers used axes to cut through the bottom of the hull. What is now Ship Bottom was originally incorporated as the borough of Ship Bottom-Beach Arlington by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on March 3, , from portions of Long Beach Township , based on the results of a referendum held on May 23, The borough name was shortened to Ship Bottom in Henderson Memorial Bridge. According to the United States Census Bureau , the borough had a total area of 1. Unincorporated communities , localities and place names located partially or completely within the borough include Beach Arlington.
We expect to see ships from land as they sail away, but there is something eerily intriguing about ships that you see from land because they are above-water wrecks. Yet other wrecks were perfectly fine ships that nature picked up and tossed on land via a hurricane, typhoon or tsunami. Even though these abandoned boats litter nature, the shores or shallow waters, there is still a haunting beauty to wrecks and to seascapes with relic ribs where ghostly wreckage remains.
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