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Renowned for its jagged coastline and treacherous storms, Maine witnessed the tragic demise of nearly a thousand fishing vessels, warships, and passenger boats. Known locally as All Souls, the ship graveyard nestles ten miles further along the coast from Whaleback Lighthouse. Over fifty ghostly vessels, with countless more entombed beneath the waves, languish in eternal decay.

Some met their end in these icy waters, while others were dragged to their last resting place by a tug. The Salacia sits abandoned in open water, a headstone marking the watery grave of the Lowenhertz, which rests some thirty feet below on the seabed. Some had met their end in these icy waters, while others were escorted to their ultimate resting place by the mournful pull of a tug.

Amidst the desolate expanse, the Salacia stands forlorn in the open water, a solemn headstone marking the watery crypt of the Lowenhertz. The once-majestic vessel lay in eternal slumber, submerged in the depths below, a testament to the unyielding grasp of the ocean’s embrace.

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