Incredible Images of Ghost Ships at Bottom of the Baltic
The Baltic Sea is a captivating and enigmatic body of water, Incredible Images of Ghost Ships at Bottom of the Baltic and its waves crash against the shores of nine countries, including Sweden, Russia, Finland, Latvia, and Estonia, among others. However, the Baltic Sea has an unusual title: the world's largest underwater museum, as divers and marine archaeologists describe it. Others describe it as a 'ships' graveyard.'
Weather or enemy fire, or poor construction of wooden hulls, caused many ships to sink. Where the wrecks lie is what makes them so intriguing; they are almost perfectly preserved and therefore a magnet for divers and marine archaeologists. The reason for each ship's demise differs, but its final resting place ensured a shared end. Because of its low salinity level, the Baltic is close to fresh water in molecular structure (less than one percent salinity).