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#Sinking ship

From TheJournal.ie 100 years on, victims of naval vessel which sank off Donegal remembered Ss Laurentic

100 years on, victims of naval vessel which sank off Donegal remembered

The ship sank on 25 January 1917, killing 354 of the people on board.

From TheJournal.ie Shipwreck report: 'Desire for photo op meant Astrid tall ship was too close to the coast' Rescue

Shipwreck report: 'Desire for photo op meant Astrid tall ship was too close to the coast'

Human error has been blamed for the sinking of the ship in a new report.

From TheJournal.ie Four people on sinking boat rescued by Howth RNLI Sinking Ship

Four people on sinking boat rescued by Howth RNLI

They crew tried to save the boat but had to abandon it and swim back to shore as it started to sink beneath them.

From The42 Anderson predicts Manchester United exodus Sinking Ship

Anderson predicts Manchester United exodus

The Brazilian believes the likes of Nani will follow him out of Old Trafford.

Chinese Titanic museum will allow visitors to go down with the ship

The museum will take the shape of a replica Titanic.

Cats survive boat explosion and swim to safety

They won’t go down with this ship.

From TheJournal.ie NZ man visits Arklow RNLI after crew save his grandfather’s life in 1897 RNLI Arklow

NZ man visits Arklow RNLI after crew save his grandfather’s life in 1897

James Murphy was dramatically rescued at 9.45am on 28 March 1897, while four other crewmen, including his father and uncle, drowned.

In pictures: 9 Titanic artefacts recovered from the ship Titanic100 This post contains images

In pictures: 9 Titanic artefacts recovered from the ship

Old letters, tickets, watches – here’s just some of the objects that have been raised from the Titanic.