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The list of shipwrecks in 1936 includes ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during 1936.

January

2 January


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Otaru, Hokkaidō.

3 January


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ship=St. Gerard Magella
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desc=The schooner ran aground at Cap-Haïtien, Haiti, and was wrecked.

4 January


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desc=The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in the Gulf of Finland off the Styrsudd Lighthouse with the loss of at least two crew.
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desc=The cargo ship reported that she was south west of Land's End, Cornwall, United Kingdom. She subsequently foundered, a lifebuoy came ashore in the Isles of Scilly on 8 January.

5 January


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ship=Beryl
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desc=The auxiliary sailing barge fouled her anchor and sank at Cowes, Isle of Wight. All three crew survived.
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desc=The cargo ship foundered in the Atlantic Ocean ( ) with the loss of two of her eighteen crew. Survivors were rescued by ( ) and ( ).

6 January


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desc=The coaster foundered in the Atlantic Ocean off Wedge Island, Nova Scotia, Canada ( ).
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ship=Ethel May
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desc=The schooner was blown ashore at Dale, Pembrokeshire and was wrecked.
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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Niigata. She was refloated on 16 February.

8 January


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desc=The cargo ship collided with ( ) at Las Palmas, Canary Islands and sank. Salvage efforts were abandoned on 15 May.

9 January


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desc=The coaster foundered in the River Mersey off Formby, Lancashire with the loss of five of her six crew.

12 January


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Florø, Norway and was abandoned by her crew.
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desc=The Design 1019 cargo ship ran aground on the Columbia Bar in the Columbia River and sank with the loss of all 34 crew.
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desc=The Design 1019 cargo ship collided with ( ) in the Scheldt at Terneuzen, Netherlands and was beached.

14 January


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desc=The cargo liner ran aground at Lobos de Tierra Island, Peru. Passengers were taken off by ( ). She was declared a total loss.

15 January


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desc=The coaster ran aground and sank north of Lebu.
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desc=The cargo ship ran aground in the River Plate, Argentina. She was refloated on 23 January.
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desc=The Design 1013 cargo ship ran aground at Seaham, County Durham, United Kingdom. Salvage operations were abandoned on 12 February and she was declared a constructive total loss. She was refloated on 6 September.

16 January


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desc=The cargo ship ran off Lyngholmen, Nordland, Norway.

17 January


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desc=The cargo liner collided with ( ) in the St. Johns River, at Jacksonville, Florida. Cherokee was beached and Welcombe sank.

18 January


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desc=The tug foundered north west of Bombay. Fifteen crew were rescued by ( ).
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desc=The cargo ship sprang a leak and sank in the Baltic Sea off Götaland, Sweden. The crew were rescued by ( ).

20 January


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desc=The dredger ran aground at Álvaro Obregón, Mexico and was wrecked.

22 January


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desc=The auxiliary three-masted sailing ship foundered in Cardigan Bay. The crew were rescued by ( ).

23 January


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desc=The cargo ship collided with ( ) in the River Thames and was consequently beached. She was refloated the next day.

24 January


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desc=The cargo ship caught fire in the Sea of Japan ( ). The crew abandoned ship and were rescued by ( ). She came ashore in the Oki Islands and was declared a total loss.

26 January


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Robin Hood's Bay, Yorkshire. All crew were rescued by breeches buoy.

27 January


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desc=The cargo ship came ashore at Fukuyama, Hiroshima and sank.
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desc=The cargo ship hit the Gear Rock, off Penzance promenade, Cornwall. All nine crew were rescued by the Penlee Lifeboat. Taycraig broke up and sank three days later.

28 January


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground in Koldingfjord. She was refloated on 1 February.

29 January


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Port Aransas, Texas. She was refloated on 10 February.

30 January


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Kamaishi, Iwate, Japan. She broke in two and sank.

31 January


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desc=The cargo ship foundered in Hakata Bay with the loss of at least thirteen of her crew.

Unknown date


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground near Bethune Point, Shanghai, China. She was refloated on 27 February.

February

1 February


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Suttsu, Hokkaidō, Japan, and was a total loss.

3 February


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desc=The cargo ship caught fire at Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada and was burnt out.

5 February


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desc=The coaster ran aground at Wexford, Ireland and was wrecked.
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desc=The cargo ship foundered in the Pacific Ocean off the Shionomisaki Lighthouse with the loss of all 45 crew.

11 February


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ship=Daunt Rock Lightship
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desc=The lightship was abandoned in the Irish Sea. Her crew were rescued by the Ballycotton Lifeboat.
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desc=The cargo ship foundered in the Adriatic Sea off Ancona, Marche, Italy. All 33 crew were rescued. She was refloated on 12 March.

12 February


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desc=The cargo ship was driven ashore at Mersin, Turkey. She was refloated on 20 February.
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desc=The cargo ship was wrecked on Andros with the loss of all but one of her crew.
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desc=The cargo ship was driven ashore at Mersin. She was refloated on 20 February.
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desc=The schooner foundered in the Atlantic Ocean east south east of the Fastnet Rock. All six crew were rescued by the trawler Thomas Ansell ( ).
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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Cape Rotja, Formentera, Spain. She was refloated on 21 February.

13 February


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Epanomi Point with the loss of three crew. Salvage efforts were abandoned.

15 February


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ship=Üsküdar
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desc=The cargo ship sank at Zonguldak.

16 February


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desc=The dredger came ashore at Cádiz and was wrecked.

17 February


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The coal hulk was driven ashore in a storm at Stanley Harbour, Falkland Islands. The ship remains beached there.

19 February


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desc=The R-class submarine sank at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. she was subsequently raised but was stricken and sunk as a target on 19 August 1936.
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desc=The cargo ship foundered in the Atlantic Ocean east of New York. All 33 crew were rescued by ( ).

22 February


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desc=The coaster ran aground in the Solent. She was refloated on 29 February.

25 February


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Alexandria, Egypt. She was refloated on 28 February.
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desc=The cargo ship was wrecked at Capo Berta. All crew were rescued.

27 February


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ship=Davenport
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desc=The Thames barge sank in the English Channel off Eastbourne, Sussex. All three crew were rescued by the Eastbourne Lifeboat.
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desc=The cargo ship foundered in Rekefjord, Norway, with the loss of one crew member.

28 February


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Irk el Gorab. She was still aground on 5 March, but was later refloated.
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desc=The cargo ship departed from Rekefjord, Norway, for Rotterdam, Netherlands. No further trace, presumed foundered with the loss of all hands.

29 February


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ship=Alaskan
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desc=The 29-gross register ton motor vessel sank in of water in Stephens Passage in the Alexander Archipelago in Southeast Alaska approximately north of Slocum Inlet ( ) eight hours after she began flooding due to a failure of her propeller shaft and an attempt to beach her failed. Her crew of two survived.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (A)
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ship=Harriet
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desc=The auxiliary schooner collided with a breakwater at Copenhagen, Denmark and sank.
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desc=The ferry sprang a leak and sank in the Caledonian Canal.

March

2 March


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ship=Condor
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desc=The schooner collided with ( ) in the Kaiser Wilhelm Canal and sank.
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desc=The passenger ship caught fire and sank in the Strait of Singapore. All 61 people on board were rescued.
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desc=The salvage vessel ran aground at Lisbon and was a total loss.

3 March


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Arkösund and was a total loss.

6 March


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Stubbekøbing, Sjælland. She was refloated on 11 March.

7 March


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desc=The cargo ship sprang a leak in the Atlantic Ocean ( ). She was taken in tow by ( ) and beached in Bertheaume Bay, Finistère, France.

9 March


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desc=The coaster collided with ( ) in the North Sea off the Shipwash Lightship ( ) and sank. All crew were rescued.

10 March


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desc=The coaster collided with the fishing vessel Leyland ( ) in the North Sea north north west of Flamborough Head, Yorkshire, United Kingdom and sank.
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desc=The cargo ship caught fire and sank at Piraeus and was a total loss.
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ship=Phyllis
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desc=The cargo ship came ashore south of the mouth of the Columbia River and was wrecked. The crew survived.
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desc=The coaster collided with ( in the North Sea south east of the mouth of the River Tyne and sank. All crew were rescued.

11 March


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desc=The coaster collided with ( in the River Humber and sank. All sixteen crew were rescued.

13 March


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ship=Jose Cristobal
flag=flag unknown
desc=The tanker exploded at Bahía de Caráquez, Ecuador and was a total loss.
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desc=The coaster suffered an explosion an sank in the Red Sea off Port Sudan, Sudan ( ) with the loss of ten of her seventeen crew. Survivors were rescued by Brighton ( ).

14 March


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desc=The cargo ship caught fire and sank in the Red Sea (approximately ) and was abandoned by her crew, who were rescued by ( ).

15 March


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Port Hedland, Western Australia. She was refloated on 23 March.

17 March


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ship=Partanna
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desc=The schooner departed from St. John's, Newfoundland for the Newfoundland fishing grounds. No further trace.

18 March


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Makassar, Dutch East Indies (approximately ). She was refloated on 24 March.

19 March


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ship=Hamilton
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desc=The coaster ran aground at Southend, Argyllshire.

21 March


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ship=
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desc=The cargo ship ran aground on Baliguan Island. ( ). She was refloated on 26 March.

26 March


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desc=The cargo ship collided with ( ) in the North Sea north west of Cromer, Norfolk, United Kingdom and sank with the loss of nine of her 22 crew. Survivors were rescued by Aizkarai Mendi, ( ) and the Wells and Cromer lifeboats.
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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Abu Zenima, Egypt. Her captain committed suicide.

27 March


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desc=The cargo ship sank in the North Sea south east of Craig, Angus. All crew were rescued by ( ). Like the original wreck in October 1935 the cited report is incorrect-see Whitehaven News 2 Apr 1936 page 4. She had been refloated at the 7th attempt on 26 March 1936 and was being towed to Troon, Firth of Clyde, Scotland, for breaking up. She sprang a leak and sank in deep water about 15 miles off Troon.

28 March


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desc=The coaster ran aground in Lunan Bay. She was refloated on 19 May 1937.
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desc=The cargo ship ran aground south of Duncansby Head, Sutherland, United Kingdom. She was refloated but was leaking severely and was consequently beached in Sinclair Bay. The crew subsequently abandoned ship. She was refloated on 31 August.

29 March


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Oporto, Portugal. The crew were rescued by the Oporto Lifeboat.

31 March


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Haiphong, French Indo-China ( ). She was refloated on 25 April.

April

3 April


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desc=The coaster foundered off Nagasaki with the loss of fourteen lives.

5 April


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Key West, Florida, United States. She was refloated on 8 April.

7 April


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ship=Georgios
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desc=The auxiliary schooner ran aground at Likhades Island and consequently foundered.
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ship=
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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Osima, Kagashima and consequently sank.
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desc=The cargo liner struck rocks at Point Remedios and was beached at Acajutla, El Salvador, where the passengers were taken off. She was refloated on 22 April.

14 April


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desc=The was rammed amidships by the destroyer ( ) during exercises in Subic Bay in the Philippines. No lives lost. Towed back to base by the destroyer ( ), she was deemed beyond economical repair. She was decommissioned and sunk as a target on 25 July 1935.Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships: Smith Thompson (Destroyer No. 212)
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desc=The rammed the destroyer ( ) during exercises in Subic Bay in the Philippines. No lives lost. Although her bow was bent around backwards, Whipple was repaired using Smith Thompson s undamaged bow and returned to service.Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships: Smith Thompson (Destroyer No. 212)

15 April


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desc=The cargo ship was burnt out at Benton Harbor, Michigan.

16 April


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desc=The auxiliary three-masted sealing schooner was crushed by ice and sank. All crew were rescued by ( ).

17 April


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground in Lake Cener and sank.
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ship=
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desc=The cargo ship was driven ashore at Bilbao and was wrecked.

20 April


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ship=
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desc=The cargo liner ran aground on Green Island, China and was beached. Passengers were rescued by ( ). She was refloated later that day.

22 April


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desc=The cargo ship was scuttled off Lagos, Nigeria.

23 April


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Ebeko, Kuril Islands, Soviet Union ( ). She was refloated on 25 May.
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desc=The coaster collided with ( ) at Stavanger, Norway and sank.
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desc=The coaster was hit by ( ) at Dairen and sank.

25 April


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ship=Herzogin Cecilie
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The four-masted barque ran around on the Ham Stone Rock, near Bolt Head, Devon, United Kingdom. She was beached at Starhole Bay but was wrecked there by the action of the waves.

29 April


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desc=The cargo ship collided with ( ) in the English Channel off Dungeness, Kent, United Kingdom and sank. All crew were rescued by Mari.
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desc=The cargo ship caught fire at Alicante, Spain and sank. She was refloated on 2 May.

30 April


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground and was beached at Lista, Norway. She was refloated on 4 May.
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desc=The cargo ship caught fire at Mogadishu, Italian Somaliland and was a total loss.

May

1 May


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desc=The coaster came ashore from Lamberts Bay, South Africa and was a total loss.

4 May


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desc=The cargo ship caught fire in Chesapeake Bay and burnt down to the waterline.
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desc=The cargo ship collided with ( ) in the Bay of Biscay off Ouessant, Finistère, France ( ). She was abandoned by her crew, who were rescued by Assunzione. Katingo was taken in tow by ( ), which made for Brest. Katingo subsequently foundered. One crew member was lost.

5 May


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground near the Souter Lighthouse, County Durham. She was refloated on 2 December.

6 May


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desc=The coastal collier ran aground on Bishops and Clerks, Pembrokeshire and sank. The crew were rescued by ( ).

7 May


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desc=The cargo ship collided with ( ) in the North Sea north of Ostend, Belgium and sank. All 26 crew were rescued by New York.
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desc=The decommissioned destroyer leader was sunk as a target in the Tasman Sea off Sydney Heads, Australia.

8 May


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desc=The cargo ship struck a rock in the Columbia River upstream of Astoria, Oregon and was consequently beached. She was refloated the next day.

11 May


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desc=The cargo liner ran aground at Espozende, Portugal and sank. All on board survived.

12 May


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desc=The cargo ship sank at Durrës, Albania.

13 May


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desc=The ship sank off Wanhsien with the loss of over 40 lives.

14 May


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ship=Hiawatha
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desc=The 8-gross register ton fishing vessel sank in rough weather about off Caamano Point ( ) in Southeast Alaska. Her crew of two survived.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (H)

16 May


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desc=The cargo ship sank at Hakodate.

19 May


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desc=The coaster ran aground on the Isle of May, Fife, United Kingdom. She broke her back on 21 May and subsequently broke up.

21 May


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desc=The coaster foundered in the North Sea off Clacton-on-Sea, Essex.

28 May


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desc=The cargo ship foundered in the North Sea ( ) with the loss of twelve of her thirteen crew. The survivor was rescued by ( ).

29 May


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Alexandria, Egypt. She was refloated on 3 June.

31 May


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ship=Alice
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desc=The ketch was driven ashore in Palm Bay, Margate, Kent. All five crew waded ashore.

June

6 June


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desc=The cargo ship came ashore at Mistaken Point, Newfoundland and was a total loss.

9 June


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ship=W. N. Dicks
flag=flag unknown
desc=The schooner sprang a leak and sank in the Atlantic Ocean off Miquelon.

11 June


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desc=The cargo ship collided with A. P. Berwind (flag unknown) in Lake Erie and sank. The crew were rescued by A. P. Berwind.

12 June


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desc=The coaster ran aground south of Hartland Point, Devon and was wrecked.

14 June


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ship=Rudolph N
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desc=The 29-gross register ton, motor vessel caught fire after her gasoline engine backfired while she was moored at the Nakeem Cannery, north of Telephone Point ( ) on the west bank of the Kvichak River in the Territory of Alaska. After the fire went out of control, the vessels Fanny and Nakeen (both ) towed her out into the river, where the fire destroyed her. Her crew of four survived.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (R)

18 June


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desc=The cargo liner ran aground at Cape Barbas, Morocco. She was abandoned on 21 June and the crew were rescued by ( ).

19 June


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desc=The cargo ship caught fire at Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. She exploded and capsized on 25 June and was a total loss.
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desc=The passenger steamboat struck a rock and sank in the Detroit River at Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada.

21 June


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desc=The passenger ship sank off Palamós, Catalonia, Spain. All on board, including 450 passengers, were rescued.

22 June


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desc=The cargo ship sprang a leak. She was beached at Portrush, County Antrim and was abandoned by her crew.

24 June


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desc=The cargo liner ran aground on a reef off Geraldton, Western Australia and was wrecked.

25 June


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Isla Palenque, Panama. She was refloated on 21 July.

28 June


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desc=The schooner barge was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean north of Dragon's Mouth, Trinidad.
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desc=The coaster ran aground in the River Humber at Brough, Yorkshire and was a total loss. All crew survived.

29 June


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ship=Luciano A
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desc=The schooner sprang a leak and sank in the Mediterranean Sea east of Cape Comino.
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desc=The cargo ship sprang a leak and sank in the Kattegat off the Ostreflak Lightship ( ). All crew were rescued by the trawler Betania (flag unknown).

July

2 July


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ship=Eagle
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desc=The 20-gross register ton motor vessel was destroyed by a gasoline explosion and fire at Unga, Territory of Alaska. Her crew of four survived.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (E)
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desc=The passenger ship ran aground on Onekotan, Kuril Islands. She was refloated on 8 July.

4 July


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground south west of Punta Mogotes, Argentina. She was refloated on 8 July.

5 July


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground and sank at Trysunda.

6 July


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desc=The passenger ship ran aground south of the Strommingsbadan Lighthouse and sank. All 62 people on board were rescued by ( ) or reached shore in their lifeboats.
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ship=Sol Nascente
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desc=The schooner foundered in the Atlantic Ocean off the Cape Verde Islands. All crew survived.
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desc=The tug was rammed and sunk at Whampoo, Hong Kong by ( ).

7 July


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ship=Alice
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desc=The 31-ton fishing steamer was destroyed by fire while on a slipway on the Bristol Bay coast of the Territory of Alaska.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (A)

8 July


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desc=After being sold out of naval service, the decommissioned accommodation ship – formerly the protected cruiser – foundered in the Pacific Ocean while under tow from Honolulu, Hawaii, to San Francisco, California, for delivery to her buyers.Chesneau, Roger, and Eugene M. Kolesnik, eds., Conway′s All the World′s Fighting Ships 1860-1905, New York: Mayflower Books, 1979, , p. 150.
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ship=Marguerite
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desc=The 19-gross register ton motor vessel caught fire after suffering an explosion while docked at "Snug Harbor" – possibly Snug Harbor ( ) on Knight Island in western Prince William Sound – on the south-central coast of the Territory of Alaska. She was cut loose from the dock and sank. Her crew of three survived.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (M)
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desc=The coaster departed Georgetown, Grand Cayman for Tampa, Florida, United States. She subsequently caught fire and foundered in the Gulf of Mexico off Dry Tortugas with the loss of all 22 people on board.

9 July


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at the mouth of the Forcados River, Burutu, Nigeria. She was refloated on 15 July.

12 July


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground on the east coast of Sakhalin, Soviet Union. She was declared a total loss on 16 July.

13 July


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ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo liner ran aground near the Montedor Lighthouse, Portugal. All on board were rescued but she was a total loss.

14 July


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ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship collided with ( ) off the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse, Maryland. Both vessels were beached.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship departed from Leningrad, Soviet Union for Gdynia, Poland. She subsequently foundered with the loss of all hands. Wreckage from the ship washed up on Saaremaa, Estonia on 19 July.

15 July


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ship=
flag=
desc=The tug struck a rock and sank off Dartmouth, Devon, England. The crew were rescued by the fishing vessel Owl ( ).
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The transport ship struck a rock and sank south of Lima, Peru.

18 July


{{shipwreck list item
ship=Oso
flag=
desc=The 8-gross register ton salmon troller began flooding and sank 20 minutes later in the Gulf of Alaska off Lituya Bay on the coast of the Territory of Alaska. The motor vessel Mine ( ) rescued her two-man crew.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (O)

19 July


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship caught fire at Zamboanga, Philippines. She was severely damaged and was declared a constructive total loss.

20 July


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship last reported from . No further trace, presumed foundered.

22 July


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The collier foundered in the Pacific Ocean off Valparaíso with the loss of all hands.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground in Zambales Province, Luzon, Philippines and sank.

23 July


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship collided with ( ) in the Elbe at the Graueror Fortress and was beached.

24 July


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship collided with a buoy and sank in the Victoria Channel, Belfast, County Antrim, United Kingdom.

25 July


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The decommissioned was sunk as a target off Subic Bay in the Philippines.

27 July


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship was rammed at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk by ( ) and was consequently beached.

28 July


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The auxiliary patrol ship was lost on this date.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship capsized and sank off the South Chicago Piers, Lake Michigan with the loss of fifteen crew.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The galeass collided with ( ) off Copenhagen, Denmark and sank. All crew were rescued by Alca.

30 July


{{shipwreck list item
ship=Nora
flag=
desc=The cargo ship collided with ( ) of Copenhagen and sank. All crew were rescued by Poul Moller.

August

3 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The coaster was sunk as a blockship at Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Cádiz, Spain.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Viktor
flag=
desc=The sailing ship struck rocks on the west side of St. Kilda, Outer Hebrides, United Kingdom, and sprang a leak. She was abandoned by her crew, and came ashore on Shillay.

4 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=Emmirson
flag=
desc=The 17-gross register ton, fishing vessel sank near Chignik, Territory of Alaska.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (E)

5 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The was sunk as a target in accordance with the London Naval Treaty.

6 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Kem, Soviet Union. She was refloated on 11 August but found to be severely damaged.

7 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground in the Paraná River at Ramallo, Buenos Aires, Argentina. She was refloated on 14 August.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The Antonio Canovas del Castillo-class gunboat was shelled and sunk at Algeciras by ( ). Raised later in August and repaired by February 1937.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground on the Haisborough Sands off the coast of Norfolk, United Kingdom. She was refloated on 12 August.

9 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship= Blue Shadow
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The yacht was shelled and wrecked by the Nationalist cruiser ( ) at Gijón with the loss of one of her two crew. The hull was later saved by her owner.The Palm Beach Post, 9 Aug 1939, pp. 1-2

12 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The decommissioned was sunk in the Pacific Ocean during experimental tests.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The whaler struck a rock in Saldanha Bay and sank. She was declared a total loss.

13 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo liner capsized and sank in the Mediterranean Sea off Mostaganem, Algeria with the loss of 38 of the 40 people on board.

14 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The passenger ship collided with ( ) in the Atlantic Ocean north of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. Eubee was left with her engine room flooded, and five stokers killed. Passengers were taken off by Corinaldo. Eubee was taken in tow by ( ) and ( ), but she foundered on 16 August. The crew were rescued by Antonio Azambuja.

15 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=25px United States Coast and Geodetic Survey
desc=thumbUSC&GS Fathomer.
The survey ship was driven aground on a reef at Port San Vincente, Philippines in a typhoon. She was later refloated, repaired and returned to service.

17 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=flag unknown
desc=The tug was burnt out at Brockville, Ontario, Canada.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship was wrecked at Hong Kong in a typhoon. She broke her back and was a total loss.

19 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The R-class submarine was sunk as a target by aerial bombing in the Atlantic Ocean off Cape Henry, Virginia.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Sawtooth
flag=
desc=During a trip from the Golovin Cold Storage Plant to Golovin in the Territory of Alaska, the 11-gross register ton, fishing vessel was wrecked near Caroline Island ( ) in Golovnin Bay after her steering gear failed and she ran up on a beach. Both people on board survived.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (S)

21 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground on the Alacran Reef in the Gulf of Mexico. She was refloated on 24 August.

22 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The tug collided with ( ) at Helsingfors. She capsized and sank with the loss of four crew.

24 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship collided with the destroyer leader ( ) in the English Channel north of Alderney, Channel Islands ( ). All crew were rescued by the destroyer ( ).
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Janine
flag=
desc=The dredger foundered off Cape D'Ambre, Madagascar, with the loss of all but two crew.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Snowflake
flag=
desc=The cargo ship struck a rock in the Bristol Channel off Hangman Point, Devon, England, and was holed. She was beached at Watermouth.

26 August


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ship=T. H. Trahey
flag=
desc=The 494-ton, cargo barge was wrecked without loss of life on the Yukon River in the Territory of Alaska.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (T)

27 August


{{shipwreck list item
ship=Osprey
flag=
desc=The 12-gross register ton, seiner sank in San Alberto Bay ( ) in the Alexander Archipelago between Prince of Wales Island and San Fernando Island ( ) in Southeast Alaska after colliding with the motor vessel Leba ( ). All six people aboard abandoned ship in a boat and rowed to Leba.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (O)

30 August


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ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster was driven ashore and sank at Miyake Island.

September


1 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The Nationalist training vessel was sunk by Republican aircraft.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The auxiliary patrol ship was lost on this date.

2 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster sank in the Pacific Ocean off Miyake Island.

3 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship foundered in the Yangtze upstream of Ichang.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Jan Store
flag=
desc=The schooner ran ashore at Ristna Point, Estonia and was wrecked.

4 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster sank in the Tsushima Strait south west of Fusan, Korea.

6 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship caught fire at Rhodes, Greece and was burnt out.

8 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=1936 Naval Revolt: The was beached in the Tagus with some loss of life. refloated, repaired and returned to service.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Baltic
flag=
desc=The auxiliary schooner ran aground off Ameland, Friesland. All crew were rescued.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=1936 Naval Revolt: The was beached in the Tagus with some loss of life.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk off Bilbao by ( ).
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Callantsoog, Netherlands. She was refloated on 22 September.

10 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo liner collided with the cargo ship ( ) at Boston, Massachusetts, and sank. All on board were rescued.

13 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=Frederick A
flag=
desc=While no one was aboard, the 12-gross register ton motor vessel dragged her anchor during a gale and was wrecked in Akutan Bay ( ) on Akutan Island in the Aleutian Islands, about east of the bay′s southern peninsula.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (F)
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Unidentified boats
flag=
desc=All boats on Lovatnet — a lake in Norway — were wrecked or sunk when a landslide near the lake′s southern end generated a megatsunami that ranged in size from in the vicinity of the slide to at the north end of the lake.Hoel, Christer, "The Loen Accidents in 1905 and 1936," fjords.com Retrieved 22 June 2020

14 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground in the Sherboro River, Sierra Leone. She was refloated on 21 September.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Westport
flag=
desc=The 116-gross register ton, whaling steamer was wrecked without loss of life on a reef off Akutan Island in the Fox Islands group of the eastern Aleutian Islands during a gale. The cutter (22px United States Coast Guard) rescued all 12 people aboard Westport.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (W)

16 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The research vessel was wrecked off Álftanes, Iceland with the loss of 39 of the 40 people on board.

17 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground on Mansel Island, Northern Territory, Canada. She was abandoned as a total loss on 20 September. The crew were rescued by ( ).

19 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The was shelled and sunk off Cape Penas by and both ( ), or damaged and scuttled to prevent capture.

21 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster, on her maiden voyage ran aground at Blakeney, Norfolk, United Kingdom. She was refloated on 1 October.

22 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship was burnt out at New York.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The motor yacht was in collision with ( ) at Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands and was severely damaged. She was subsequently repaired and returned to service.

23 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship collided with ( ) in the English Channel off Ouessant, France and was severely damaged.

24 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship collided with ( ) at Yokohama and was consequently beached.

25 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship struck a rock in St. George's Channel off the Smalls Lighthouse. She was consequently beached at Dale, Pembrokeshire.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster collided with ( ) at Ramallo, Buenos Aires and was beached. She sank the next day.

29 September


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: Battle of Cape Espartel: The was shelled and sunk in the Strait of Gibraltar off Tarifa by ( ). 104 crewmen were killed, 31 were rescued and made prisoners of war and 25 were rescued by ( ).

Unknown date


{{shipwreck list item
ship=Mishima
flag=
desc=The decommissioned submarine tender – formerly an – was sunk as a gunnery target in the Pacific Ocean off Kushima, Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The naval trawler was shelled and sunk in the Strait of Gibraltar east of Europa Point by ( ).

October

2 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The auxiliary schooner was driven ashore at Curler, Labrador, Canada and was a total loss.

4 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The barquentine ran aground on Örskär, Sweden and was wrecked. All crew survived.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The four-masted schooner sprang a leak and was abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean ( ). The crew were rescued by ( ).
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground on the east coast of Sakhalin, Soviet Union. She was later refloated and taken in tow, but came ashore again on 23 October 1936.

5 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The schooner sprang a leak in the Atlantic Ocean ( ) and was abandoned. The crew were rescued by the trawler Viernoe ( ).
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster ran aground on the Moma Bar, south of Angoche, Portuguese East Africa. She was refloated on 12 October.

7 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=Pocopson
flag=
desc=The , 721-gross ton schooner barge sank in of water in the North Atlantic Ocean off Neptune City, New Jersey, at . Her crew of three survived.njscuba.net Pocopson

8 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground on Seal Rocks, San Francisco, California and was a total loss.

9 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The I-1-class motor patrol boat was shelled and sunk in the Strait of Gibraltar by ( ).
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Uad Lucas
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The Uad Ras-class naval trawler was shelled and sunk at Málaga by ( ).
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Uad Muluya
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The Uad Ras-class naval trawler was shelled and sunk at Málaga by ( ).

11 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship struck rocks off Kyleakin, Isle of Skye and was consequently beached. She was refloated on 19 October and subsequently repaired.

12 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The was bombed and sunk (or just damaged) in Málaga Harbour. Raised soon after but never repaired.

14 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Gallipoli, Turkey. She was refloated by 23 October.

15 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship foundered in the South China Sea. All crew were rescued by ( ).
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Olympic
flag=
desc=With no one on board, the 12-gross register ton motor vessel dragged her anchor and was blown ashore and wrecked in the harbor at Sitka, Territory of Alaska.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (O)

17 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The dredger capsized and sank in Lake Erie north west of Cleveland, Ohio, United States with the loss of twenty crew.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground on Islay, Outer Hebrides. She subsequently broke in two and was abandoned as a total loss.

18 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The three-masted schooner ran aground at Signildskar and was wrecked.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground on the Grey Rocks, Sound of Mull. She was refloated on 12 November.

19 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The schooner foundered in the Atlantic Ocean off North Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. All crew were rescued by ( ).

20 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship was abandoned in the North Sea off IJmuiden, North Holland, Netherlands. The crew were rescued by ( ). Okeanis was later towed into IJmuiden by ( ).
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The passenger ship capsized and sank in the Java Sea with some loss of life amongst the 226 people on board. Thirty-four people were reported missing.

22 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground in the Brazzinaga Canal near Split, Yugoslavia and broke in two. She was declared a total loss. She was refloated on 27 October.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship foundered in Ishikari Bay off Otaru, Hokkaidō. The crew were rescued.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The salvage vessel foundered in the Sea of Japan west of Hokkaidō.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship was driven ashore on the west coast of Hokkaidō after her tow parted.

24 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=Albion
flag=
desc=The coaster foundered in The Wash. All crew were rescued by ( ).
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship came ashore at Kemaman, Malaya and was a total loss.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship departed the Clyde for Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. No further trace, presumed foundered with the loss of all hands.

25 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The ocean liner ran aground on a reef north of Bermuda. Salvage efforts were abandoned on 6 November and she was declared a total loss.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship foundered with the loss of one crew member. She was on a voyage from Bilbao to Cardiff, Glamorgan, United Kingdom.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Nanna
flag=
desc=The cargo ship sank in the Baltic Sea off Odensholm, Estonia. All crew survived.

26 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=flag unknown
desc=The cargo ship sank in the Paraná River.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship foundered in the Pacific Ocean off Shiomisaki.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship sank in the Atlantic Ocean south of Florianópolis. The crew were rescued.

27 October


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship sank in the Mediterranean Sea off Alexandria.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Elbe I
flag=
desc=The lightship foundered in the North Sea with the loss of all fifteen crew.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship sprang a leak and sank in the North Sea. The crew were rescued by two fishing vessels.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship foundered in the Atlantic Ocean ( ) at Belnahua reef near Oban, Scotland with the loss of fifteen of her nineteen crew, of which 7 were buried in Cullipool Cemetery. "Šodien gulda Skotijas zemē 7 latvju jūrniekus" Brīvā Zeme, 2 November 1936https://www.pressreader.com/uk/the-oban-times/20161110/282080571407746 "Luing recalls tragedy that claimed sailors" The Oban Times, 10 November 2016
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Marjaniemi, Oulu, Finland. She subsequently broke in two and was a total loss.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster collided with ( ) at Arendal, Norway and sank with the loss of two crew members.

28 October


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ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground in the Saint Lawrence River at Brockville, Ontario, Canada. She was refloated on 31 October.

29 October


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ship=Agnes Ann
flag=
desc=While towing logs, the 8-gross register ton, fishing vessel was destroyed in Behm Canal off Escape Point ( ) in Southeast Alaska by a fire than began in her engine room.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (A)

30 October


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ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The Condestable Zaragoza-class fisheries protection vessel was scuttled at Rosas to prevent capture by Nationalists, or shelled and sunk by ( ).
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship collided with another vessel in the Bay of Biscay and was beached at Ouessant, Finistère, France. She was declared a total loss.

Unknown


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The was either sunk by a Nationalist seaplane in the Strait of Gibraltar on 12 October, or scuttled by her commanding officer on 16 October.

November


1 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship was wrecked at Clodgy Point, St. Ives, Cornwall. All 33 crew were rescued by the St. Ives Lifeboat. The cargo was salvaged by local people after washing up on nearby beaches.

2 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Östergarn, Sweden. She was refloated on 6 November.

3 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground on Middelgrunden, Øresund. She was refloated on 6 November.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Ilhéus, Brazil. She was refloated on 12 November.

8 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The passenger ship foundered in the Atlantic Ocean west of Land's End, Cornwall, United Kingdom. The only survivor was rescued by ( ).

9 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The tanker ran aground on Simmons Reef, Lake Michigan and was wrecked. She was destroyed in an explosion and fire on 2 January 1937.

10 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster was burnt out at St. Peter's, Nova Scotia, Canada.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The auxiliary three-masted schooner came ashore near the Lungö Lighthouse, Sweden. She was refloated on 13 November and found to be severely damaged.

11 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster ran aground on Bulholmen, Folda, Nord-Trøndelag, Norway, and sank.

12 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster was hit by ( in Carlingford Lough and sank. All eight cre were rescued by Olive.

13 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The auxiliary schooner caught fire at Long Cay, Bahamas and was destroyed.

14 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground on Saltholm, Øresund. She was refloated on 21 November.

15 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The coaster was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea by ( ).

17 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship sank in Lake Venern.

18 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The whaler ran aground in Saldanha Bay. She was declared a total loss on 3 December.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Ste Catherine
flag=
desc=The sailing vessel sank in the Caribbean Sea off Petite-Rivière-de-Nippes.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster came ashore at Horsey, Norfolk. All ten crew were rescued. She was refloated on 27 November.

20 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=Chesley R
flag=
desc=The schooner ran aground at Argentia, Newfoundland. She was refloated on 28 December.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The Type IIB submarine collided with another vessel in the Bight of Lübeck and sank with the loss of eight of her twenty crew. Subsequently raised, repaired and returned to service.

21 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster foundered in Georgian Bay north of Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada with the loss of seven of her seventeen crew.

22 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster sprang a leak in the English Channel south south east of The Lizard, Cornwall and was abandoned. All crew were rescued by Marina ( ). Colwith Force was towed into Falmouth, Cornwall by ( ).
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster ran aground on the Paternosters, north of Jersey, Channel Islands. All crew survived.

23 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The tanker ran aground at Suva, Fiji. She was refloated on 23 November.

24 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=Ceres
flag=
desc=The ketch sank at anchor at Baggy Point, Devon. She was launched at Salcombe, Devon in 1811.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The icebreaker struck a rock in the Kara Sea and stuck fast. She was subsequently abandoned in late December. All crew were rescued by ( ).

25 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship struck a submerged wreck at Bender Eregli, Turkey and was beached. She was refloated on 7 February 1937.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship collided with a pier at Muskegon, Michigan and sank.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship was driven ashore at Bender Eregli in a storm. She was refloated on 1 December.

27 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The coaster collided with ( ) off Aarhus ( ) and sank.

30 November


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship sank in the Atlantic Ocean off Miquelon. All crew were rescued.

Unknown date


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship foundered in the English Channel before 20 November.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=Spanish Civil War: The I-1-class motor patrol boat was shelled and sunk in the Strait of Gibraltar by ( ) on either 6 October or 1 November 1936.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=Morris Ville
flag=flag unknown
desc=The schooner capsized in Bonne Bay.

December


2 December


{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The collier foundered in the North Sea off Borkum, Germany with the loss of twelve of her fourteen crew.
{{shipwreck list item
ship=
flag=
desc=The cargo ship ran aground on ÃŽle Ratennau, off the south coast of France and sank.

3 December


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desc=The cargo ship struck a submerged wreck at Bender Eregli, Turkey and sank. All crew survived.

6 December


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground in Aulesund and was wrecked with some loss of life. Karlsson, E, (1964), 'Mother Sea', Epilogue.Oxford University Press, London.
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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Cleveland, Ohio and was a total loss.

7 December


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground off Dakar, French West Africa and was wrecked.
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desc=Spanish Civil War, bombed by aircraft at Seville, Spain. Broken up in Vado Ligure, Italy, in May 1937.

8 December


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desc=The cargo ship foundered in the Gulf of Riga with the loss of all hands.

9 December


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desc=The cargo ship collided with Neptun ( ) and was beached at Dragør, Denmark. She was later refloated but was severely damaged.

12 December


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desc=Spanish Civil War, Operation Ursula: The was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea south east of Málaga ( ) by ( ) with the loss of 39 crewmen. Two crewmen and a civilian pilot survived. The wreck was located in October 1998.

14 December


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desc=Spanish Civil War: The cargo ship was sunk by gunfire in the Mediterranean Sea by the Nationalist heavy cruiser ( ).
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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Fiskars, Finland. She was refloated on 25 December but was severely damaged.

16 December


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ship=Clara
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desc=The 12-gross register ton motor vessel was wrecked by an explosion while on the beach in winter drydock in Monti Bay ( ) at Yakutat, Territory of Alaska.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (C)

18 December


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desc=The auxiliary sailing ship foundered in the Baltic Sea north of Nida, Lithuania. All crew were rescued.

19 December


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground in the River Severn at Sharpness, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. She was refloated on 10 February 1937.
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desc=The cargo ship ran aground off Kotka. Although declared a total loss, she was later salvaged and repaired.
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desc=The coaster collided with ( ) in the River Thames at Tilbury, Essex and was beached.

23 December


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desc=The coaster ran aground at Kalamaki. She was refloated on 28 December.
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desc=The coaster collided with ( ) in the North Sea off Cuxhaven, Germany and consequently sank.

24 December


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desc=The cargo liner ran aground on the Komiyura Reef, off the east coast of Ceylon and was wrecked.
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desc=The ocean liner, on her maiden voyage, ran aground in the Solent. She was refloated on 27 December.

26 December


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground on the Frying Pan Shoals, North Carolina, United States and was abandoned as unsalvable.

27 December


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ship=Dredge No.2
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desc=The dredger sank in the San Juan River north of Buenaventura, Colombia.

28 December


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desc=The cargo ship foundered in the Baltic Sea off Königsberg, East Prussia, Germany.

30 December


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desc=Spanish Civil War: The was lost either by accident or by scuttling by her commanding officer off Bilbao.
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desc=The coaster collided with ( ) in the River Thames at Greenhithe, Kent and sank with the loss of two of her seven crew.

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ship=Chacon
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desc=The mail and passenger vessel was stranded on a rock and then sank in Zimovia Strait in the Alexander Archipelago in Southeast Alaska. All 14 people aboard – eight passengers and her crew of six – were rescued from a lifeboat.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (C)
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ship=Conde del Venadito
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desc=The decommissioned Velasco-class cruiser was sunk as a target.
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ship=Hai-Kan No. 6
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desc=The decommissioned armored cruiser (ex-Nisshin) was sunk as a target at the Kamegakubi Naval Proving Ground in the Inland Sea off Kure, Japan. She later was refloated and sunk again as a target ship in January 1942.
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ship=Hyak
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desc=The vessel was wrecked on rocks off Kinklik ( ), Territory of Alaska.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (H)
1936
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