There are many beaches around the world with the decaying remnants of once-great ships.
Unlike underwater shipwrecks like the Titanic, these can be seen in plain view.
Let's take a look on some of them:
The wreck of the Peter Iredale, a steel barque sailing vessel that was beached more than 100 years ago, is in Oregon's Fort Stevens State Park.
The Cabo Santa Maria, sent to South America by Spanish dictator Francisco Franco with gifts for his supporters, was wrecked on the shore of Boa Vista, Cape Verde.
In Greece, the Ionian island of Zakynthos harbors the wreck of the MV Panagiotis. The site where it was stranded is nicknamed Navagio Beach (Shipwreck Beach).
The wreck of the MV Plassey on the shore of Inisheer, one of Ireland's Aran Islands, was featured in the British TV series "Father Ted."
Some shipwrecks in Roatán, Honduras, were intentionally sunk so scuba divers could explore them.
The wreck of the storied SS American Star has been eroding since it was beached on Playa de Garcey in Fuertaventura, one of the Canary Islands, in 1994.
At a park in Ontario, Canada, there are more than 20 underwater shipwrecks such as the Sweepstakes, a sunken schooner in Big Tub Harbor.