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A Wreck is a naturally occurring structure found in the Shipwrecked DLC. It can occasionally be encountered in the Ocean biome, on dark colored "ship graveyard" tiles, and in the Coral Reef biome. It appears a broken down part of a sunken ship. It is covered with Limpets, and can be harvested every 2 days to yield 1-3 Limpets. It can be hammered down to obtain 1 Boards, but doing so may summon a Pirate Ghost. Wrecks in ship graveyards will always summon a Ghost.
Names[edit | edit source]
Some Wrecks have names. Possible list of names are:
|Mary Celeste||Orca||Golden Hind|
|Santa Maria||Piper Maru||Mississinewa|
|Nomadic||Baron of Renfrew||Batavia|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Nautilus may be a reference to the fictional submarine featured in Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, a novel by Jules Verne.
- Mackay-Bennett may be a reference to the first ship that was contracted to recover bodies from Titanic disaster.
- Mary Celeste may be a reference to a cargo ship, crew of which have disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
- Beagle may be a reference to the ship that took Charles Darwin on his voyage around the world.
- Monitor may be a reference to an American Civil War era ship that plays a central role in Battle of Hampton Roads.
- Santa Maria may be a reference to the ship that took Christopher Columbus on his first voyage.
- Bluenose may be a reference to Canadian ship, featured on Canadian currency.
- Adriatic may be a reference to the first ship to have an indoor swimming pool on board.
- Nomadic may be a reference to the only surviving tender to Titanic.
- Mauretania may be a reference to the ship which held the record for fastest transatlantic crossing for 20 years from 1909.
- Endeavour may be a reference to the ship commanded by James Cook on his first voyage of discovery.
- Mont-Blanc may be a reference to the ship carrying the explosives which resulted in Halifax Explosion.
- Caine may be a reference to the ship featured in The Caine Mutiny, a Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Herman Wouk.
- Orca may be a reference to the boat used to hunt down the shark in Jaws.
- Nellie may be a reference to the boat featured in Heart of Darkness, a novel by Joseph Conrad.
- Piper Maru may be a reference to the ship featured in the eponymous episode of TV series The X-Files.
- Minnow may be a reference to a boat featured in TV sitcom Gilligan's Island.
- Syracusia may be a reference to an ancient large transport ship, designed by Archimedes.
- Baron of Renfrew may be a reference to one of the largest wooden ships ever built.
- Ariel may be a reference to a ship that narrowly lost Great Tea Race of 1866.
- African Queen may be a reference to the historic boat used in the movie with the same name.
- Resolution may be a reference to the ship used by James Cook on his explorations.
- Pelican and Golden Hind may be references to the ship which sailed around the world between 1577 and 1580. The name of the ship was changed mid-voyage.
- Hispaniola may be a reference to the ship featured in Treasure Island, a novel by Robert Louis Stevenson.
- Mississinewa may be a reference to a ship sunk in World War II.
- Pequod may be a reference to the whaling ship featured in Moby-Dick, a novel by Herman Melville.
- Edmund Fitzgerald may be a reference to the largest ship ever sunk in North America's Great Lakes.
- Batavia may be a reference to a ship that was shipwrecked on her first voyage.
- Blackadder may be a reference to a ship that was shipwrecked in 1905.