The wreck of a ship that claimed 14 lives when it sank in a devastating storm off the coast of Australia practically 102 years in the past has been found.

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Nyora, a big steam tug, was towing ‘Astoria,’ an American 4-masted motor crusing ship, when she sank 31 miles off the coast of Cape Jaffa, South Australia, in keeping with YouTube channel ScubaCrave (OzDiverDown), which posted the footage.

“Heavy seas smashed within the engine room door and the tug began to sink stern first,” ScubaCrave wrote in an outline.  9 Information experiences that the invention was made by diver Steve Saville after years of analysis.

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MYSTERIOUS 19TH-CENTURY SHIPWRECK DISCOVERED BY ACCIDENT IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

The tug sank on July 9, 1917, and solely two crew members survived the sinking. The next day, they had been rescued from a damaged lifeboat by the keepers of the Margaret Brock Reef Lighthouse. Medals had been awarded to the lighthouse keepers for his or her bravery.

The Nyora wreck has been discovered almost 102 years after the steam tug sank in a storm.

The Nyora wreck has been found nearly 102 years after the steam tug sank in a storm.
(ScubaCrave/OzDiverDown)

Astoria survived the storm that sank Nyora.

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ScubaCrave experiences that descendants of the Nyora’s survivors have been knowledgeable in regards to the discovery, as have the descendants of one of many lighthouse keepers concerned within the rescue.

ANCHOR FROM ‘MOST VALUABLE SHIPWRECK IN HISTORY’ FOUND

Different shipwrecks have been garnering loads of consideration lately. Earlier this month, the creepy skeleton of an 86-year-old shipwreck was revealed by the shifting sands of a North Carolina seashore.

A view of the Nyora on the seabed.

A view of the Nyora on the seabed.
(ScubaCrave/OzDiverDown)

A mysterious 19th-century shipwreck was additionally lately found by researchers testing underwater drone tools within the Gulf of Mexico.

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Earlier this yr, an anchor from a treasure-laden 17th-century shipwreck was discovered off the coast of the U.Ok.

The Nyora wreck was discovered off the coast of South Australia. (ScubaCrave/OzDiverDown)

The Nyora wreck was found off the coast of South Australia. (ScubaCrave/OzDiverDown)

Elsewhere, a seek for transport containers that fell off a service provider ship throughout a storm led to the invention of a historic 16th-century shipwreck off the Dutch coast.

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