Wrecked

Wrecked may refer to:

  • Wrecked (album), a 1996 album released by Raymond Watts.
  • "Wrecked" (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), a 2001 television episode
  • Wrecked (film), a 2011 thriller directed by Michael Greenspan
  • Wrecked (TV show), an MTV comedy series
  • Wrecked: Life in the Crash Lane, a Speed Channel reality series
  • Wrecked: Revenge Revisited, a video game

Other articles related to "wrecked":

List Of Ships Of The Line Of The Royal Navy - The “Thirty Ships” Programme of 1677 (1677–1688)
... rates of 90 guns Vanguard 90 (November 1678) – wrecked in the Great Storm of 1703 Windsor Castle 90 (4 March 1679) – wrecked 1693 Sandwich 90 (May 1679) – rebuilt 1709-1715. 2 January 1716, then Princess Royal 26 July 1728 Coronation 90 (23 May 1685) – wrecked 1691 Third rates of 70 guns Lenox 70 (1678) Hampton Court 70 (1678) Anne 70 (1678 ...
List Of Corvette And Sloop Classes Of The Royal Navy - Sloop Classes - Two-masted Sloops (to 1770)
... Otter group — 2 vessels, 1721 Otter (1721) - wrecked 1742 ... Wolf — 1 vessel, 1731 - wrecked 1741 ... Bonetta (1732) - wrecked 1744 ...
List Of Shipwrecks In 1873 - January - Unknown Date
... ( Norway) 58 days out from Bahia to Falmouth wrecked ... Lewis rescued eight men, a dog and a pig at the third attempt, Wrecked again in 1888 ... after the Otto, easterly, hurricane strength winds wrecked the schooners Rose ( United Kingdom) and Treaty ( United Kingdom) whilst the lifeboat was oncall off the Eastern Green, Penzance to aid ...
Amity (brig) - Wrecked
... The Amity was wrecked after running aground on an uncharted sandbar now called Vansittart Shoals (40°16′S 148°25′E / 40.267°S 148.417°E / -40.267 148.417) near Vansittart Island, north ...

Famous quotes containing the word wrecked:

    Many a promising career has been wrecked by marrying the wrong sort of woman. The right sort of woman can distinguish between Creative Lassitude and plain shiftlessness.
    Robertson Davies (b. 1913)

    The old man had heard that there was a wreck and knew most of the particulars, but he said that he had not been up there since it happened. It was the wrecked weed that concerned him most ... and those bodies were to him but other weeds which the tide cast up, but which were of no use to him.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Natural heart’s ivy, Patience masks
    Our ruins of wrecked past purpose.
    Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844–1889)