Bermuda’s most impressive warship wreck is this first-class 60-gun French frigate that sank in 1838. This three-masted, wooden-hulled sailing vessel was returning to France from a skirmish in Mexico when she crashed into a reef. Approximately 25 giant cannons remain scattered across the sea floor, partially buried in the sand. The ship lies in 7.5-9M / 25-30FT of water off the western side of the island, with the cannons still visible.

  • Phone:
  • Address:
  • Email: