|NHL name for ship||Image||State||Date
|Antonio Lopez||Puerto Rico||01997-12-099 December 1997|
|USS Arizona (shipwreck)||Hawaii||01989-05-055 May 1989||Shipwreck|
|Land Tortoise (radeau)||New York||01998-08-055 August 1998||Shipwreck|
|Maple Leaf (shipwreck)||Florida||01994-10-1212 October 1994||Shipwreck|
|USS Monitor||North Carolina||01986-06-2323 June 1986||Shipwreck|
|Truk Lagoon Underwater Fleet, Truk Atoll||Micronesia||01985-02-044 February 1985||Shipwrecks|
|USS Utah (shipwreck)||Hawaii||01989-05-055 May 1989||Shipwreck|
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