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The wreck of a ship that has claimed 14 lives when it sank in a massive storm off the coast of Australia, nearly 102 years ago, has been discovered.

Nyora, is a large steam-tug was towing ‘Astoria’, the American 4-masted motor sailing vessel, when she sank 31 miles) off the coast of Cape Jaffa, South Australia, in accordance with a YouTube channel is ScubaCrave (OzDiverDown), which is placed in the image.

“The heavy seas and smashed into the engine room, the door and the ship began to sink, stern first,” ScubaCrave wrote it in the description. 9 News reports that the discovery was made by a diver-the Steve Saville, after many years of research.

A MYSTERIOUS 19TH-CENTURY WRECK THAT WAS DISCOVERED BY ACCIDENT IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

The ship sank on 9th July 1917, and only two crew members survived the disaster. The next day, they were rescued from a broken boat in the care of the Margaret Brock Lighthouse Reef. Medals were given to the lighthouse keepers and their courage.

The Nyora wreck was discovered nearly 102 years of the steam tug that sank in a storm.
(ScubaCrave/OzDiverDown)

The Astoria survived the storm that sank Nyora.

ScubaCrave says that the descendants of the Nyora for the next of kin have been informed of the discovery, as the descendants of a lighthouse keeper, involved in the rescue.

THE ANCHOR OF THE MOST VALUABLE SHIPWRECK IN THE WORLD WAS FOUND

Others, though, are garnering a lot of attention to recently. Earlier this month, the spooky skeleton is that of an 86-year-old shipwreck has been revealed by the shifting sands of a North Carolina beach.

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

A mysterious 19th-century ship was recently uncovered by researchers testing the underwater drone, the equipment in the Gulf of Mexico.

Earlier this year, an anchor, a treasure-laden 17th-century shipwreck was discovered off the coast of the uk.

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

Elsewhere, a search of the containers that fell off a merchant marine ship during a storm, which led to the discovery of the historic, 16th-century shipwreck off the Dutch coast.

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