List of shipwrecks in 1905

The list of shipwrecks in 1905 includes ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during 1905.

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1905
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January

1 January

List of shipwrecks: 1 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Helsingfors Grand Duchy of Finland The passenger-cargo steamer ran aground and sank near Bengtskär, Grand Duchy of Finland, with the loss of two of her crew. She was on a voyage from Helsingfors, Grand Duchy of Finland, to Lübeck, Germany.
Protector Grand Duchy of Finland The ship ran aground and was wrecked near Bengtskär, Grand Duchy of Finland, while going to the assistance of Helsingfors ( Grand Duchy of Finland). Three of her crew and a pilot were lost.[1]

2 January

List of shipwrecks: 2 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Bditelni  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Siege of Port Arthur: The Delfin-class destroyer was scuttled at Port Arthur, Manchuria, China.[2]
Boevoi  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Siege of Port Arthur: The destroyer was scuttled at Port Arthur, Manchuria, China.[2]
Djigit  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Siege of Port Arthur: The sloop-of-war was scuttled at Port Arthur, Manchuria, China.[3]
Guidamak  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Siege of Port Arthur: The torpedo gunboat was scuttled at Port Arthur, Manchuria, China.[4]
Otvajni  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Siege of Port Arthur: The armored gunvessel was scuttled at Port Arthur, Manchuria, China.[3]
Razboinik  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Siege of Port Arthur: The sloop-of-war was scuttled at Port Arthur, Manchuria, China.[3]
Razyashchi  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Siege of Port Arthur: The Puilki-class destroyer was scuttled at Port Arthur, Manchuria, China.[2]
Sevastopol  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Siege of Port Arthur: The Petropavlovsk-class battleship was scuttled off Port Arthur, Manchuria, China.
Silni  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Siege of Port Arthur: The Puilki-class destroyer was scuttled at Port Arthur, Manchuria, China. She was refloated and repaired by the Japanese and placed in service as Fumizuki ( Imperial Japanese Navy).[2]
Storozhevoi  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Siege of Port Arthur: The Puilki-class destroyer, torpedoed by an Imperial Japanese Navy torpedo boat and beached on 16 December 1904,[5] was scuttled at Port Arthur, Manchuria, China.[2]

3 January

List of shipwrecks: 3 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Cornelia  United States The tug was holed by ice and sank at dock in the Charles River at Boston, Massachusetts. She later was raised.[6]
Defender  United States The 514-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer sank when two of her boilers exploded on the Ohio River off Huntington, West Virginia. She sank to the main deck and everything left above water burned. There were 45 people on board; nine crewmen were killed and three people were injured.[7][8]
Haudaudine  France The full-rigged ship ran aground and sank off New Caledonia with no loss of life.
Ollie Neville  United States The 70-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer sank in the Ohio River at Ripley, Ohio. All three people on board survived.[9]

10 January

List of shipwrecks: 10 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Dalles City  United States The steamer struck a rock between The Dalles, Oregon, and Portland, Oregon, and was beached.[10]
Ollie Neville  United States The steamer sank at dock at Ripley, Ohio.[11]

15 January

List of shipwrecks: 15 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Lodalen  Norway The lake steamer was thrown some 350 metres (1,150 ft) ashore by a 40-metre (130 ft) tsunami created by a large rockfall into the lake Lovatnet in Norway. The wreck of Lodalen was thrown a further 150 m (490 ft) inland by another tsunami in 1936.[12][13]

16 January

List of shipwrecks: 16 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Volunteer  United States The 26-gross register ton schooner sank at Sand Key in the Florida Keys. All eight people on board survived.[14][15]

17 January

List of shipwrecks: 17 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Jack Jewett  United States The steamer was moored at "Dolphins" in the East Haven River when ice crushed her bow. She was run onto some flats, but sank.[16]

18 January

List of shipwrecks: 18 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Alexander Griggs  United States The steamer stranded on rocks in the Entiat Rapids on the Columbia River. A total loss.[17]
Optima  Germany The four-masted barque was wrecked on Haisborough Sands, off the coast of Norfolk, United Kingdom.

21 January

List of shipwrecks: 21 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
George W. Elder  United States The 1,709-gross register ton steel-hulled screw steamer struck a rock in the Columbia River at Reuben, Oregon, and either was stranded or sank (sources disagree). All 73 people on board survived. George W. Elder had not been raised as of February 1905.[7][18]
Volant  United States The 172-gross register ton schooner was stranded in Bristol Bay on the coast of the Territory of Alaska. All six people aboard survived.[7]

22 January

List of shipwrecks: 22 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Ray  United States The motor vessel was sunk in a collision with Ocracoke ( United States) in thick fog, Norfolk, Virginia.[19]

25 January

List of shipwrecks: 25 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Clarence  United States The cargo ship sank in New York Harbor near Robbins Reef in a severe storm with the loss of her entire crew of seven. She later was raised by wreckers.[20]
Conqueror  United States The steamer lost her rudder in a northwest gale and was blown ashore, probably in the vicinity of Norfolk, Virginia.[21]
S. D. Carlton  United States The barge sank off Barnegat, New Jersey, in a severe snowstorm. Her entire crew of four perished.[22]

26 January

List of shipwrecks: 26 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Henry Whitney  United States The 146-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Newport, Rhode Island. All three people on board survived.[23]

27 January

List of shipwrecks: 27 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Charley Hook  United States The steamer struck a dike in the Cumberland River at Canton, Kentucky and sank in eight feet (2.4 m) of water.[24]

28 January

List of shipwrecks: 28 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Edna Murray  United States The tow steamer burned to the waterline in the harbor at Milford, Connecticut.[25]
Manhanset  United States The tow steamer burned and sank at the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Wharf in New London, Connecticut.[26]

29 January

List of shipwrecks: 29 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Mary L. Colbourne  United States The 23-gross register ton schooner was stranded on Virginia′s Tangier Island in the Chesapeake Bay. Both people aboard survived.[27]

31 January

List of shipwrecks: 31 January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Anderson  United States The steamer burned at dock at Grand Tower, Illinois.[28]
Skidby  United Kingdom The steamship ran aground on Sable Island, Nova Scotia. Her crew survived. She was on a voyage from South Shields, County Durham to Baltimore, Maryland, United States.[29]

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List of shipwrecks: Unknown date January 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Robert Center  United States The 59-gross register ton schooner sank at sea. Both people on board survived.[27]

February

4 February

List of shipwrecks: 4 February 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Atlas  United States With no one aboard, the 423-gross register ton barge was lost in a collision with the screw steamer Katahdin ( United States) at Long Island City, New York.[30]

5 February

List of shipwrecks: 5 February 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Hudson  United States The 741-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer burned at Cincinnati, Ohio. Both people on board survived.[31]
Ice Boat No. 3  United States The sidewheel icebreaker struck a submerged shipwreck and sank in the National Harbor of Refuge, Delaware Bay, Delaware, United States.

7 February

List of shipwrecks: 7 February 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Chas. J. Baker  United States The tug was sunk when a hawser to a car float parted under load causing her to heel over and go down in the harbor of Baltimore, Maryland. Later raised.[32]
Sully  French Navy The Gloire-class armored cruiser was wrecked in Ha Long Bay, French Indochina, without loss of life.

9 February

List of shipwrecks: 9 February 1905
ShipCountryDescription
F. K. Hulings  United States The steamer was sunk by ice in the Monongahela River at Greensboro, Pennsylvania.[33]

10 February

List of shipwrecks: 10 February 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Chevalier  United States The steamer was sunk by ice at Gallipolis, Ohio. Raised and repaired.[34]
Mary N.  United States The steamer sank at dock at Paducah, Kentucky.[35]
Portsmouth  United States The 76-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer was sunk by ice in the Ohio River at Lashells Landing, Pennsylvania. All five people on board survived.[9][36]

12 February

List of shipwrecks: 12 February 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Gazelle  United States The steamer was wrecked by ice at Wheeling Island, West Virginia. Total loss.[37]

16 February

List of shipwrecks: 16 February 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Owasco  United States The tow steamer was damaged in a collision with John S. Smith ( United States) in the North River. She returned to dock where she sank. Raised and repaired.[38]
Wm. K. Kavanaugh  United States The steamer sprung a leak and sank at dock in St. Louis, Missouri. Raised, repaired, and returned to service.[39]

17 February

List of shipwrecks: 17 February 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Orizaba  United Kingdom

The mail steamer was wrecked on Five Fathom Bank off Fremantle, Western Australia.

William Orr  United States The tow steamer caught fire in Newtown Creek, New York and was beached.[40]

22 February

List of shipwrecks: 22 February 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Eliza J. Pendleton  United States The 751-gross register ton schooner was abandoned in the North Atlantic Ocean off Fire Island, New York. All eight people on board survived.[41]

25 February

List of shipwrecks: 25 February 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Conveyor  United States The laid up steamer was sunk at dock by ice across the river from Evansville, Indiana. raised and repaired.[42]
S. A. McCaulley  United States The tow steamer was damaged by ice while towing the lighter Haverford ( United States) in the Delaware River off the mouth of Mantua Creek. She was beached in Mantua Creek.[43]
Southwark  United States The tow steamer was crushed by ice while towing the lighter Haverford ( United States) in the Delaware River off the mouth of Mantua Creek and sank in 20 feet (6.1 m) of water. Her crew walked across the ice to shore.[44]

27 February

List of shipwrecks: 27 February 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Amanda  United States The steamer was sailing at the mouth of the harbor in New Haven, Connecticut when ice crushed some of her hull and she sank in 18 feet (5.5 m) of water. Later raised.[45]
Arthur B.  United States The fishing steamer burned at dock in Portland, Maine.[46]
Josie  United States The 197-gross register ton barge sank at St. Louis, Missouri. The only person on board survived.[30]
Katherine  United States The ferry was sunk by ice, or an obstruction, between Cairo, Illinois and Birds Point, Missouri. Later raised, repaired, and returned to service.[47]

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List of shipwrecks: Unknown date February 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Flora Temple  United States The 7-gross register ton sloop was stranded at Gloucester, Virginia. All four people on board survived.[41]
Moy  United Kingdom The iron sailing ship disappeared during a voyage from British Guiana to Liverpool.

March

2 March

List of shipwrecks: 2 March 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Ava  United States The tow steamer struck the jetty at Town Creek, North Carolina and sank.[48]

3 March

List of shipwrecks: 3 March 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Delta  United States The steamer burned at dock at Harwood Landing, Arkansas.[49]

5 March

List of shipwrecks: 5 March 1905
ShipCountryDescription
J. B. Leeds  United States The 234-gross register ton schooner sank off Luzon in the Philippine Islands. All seven people on board survived.[23]

6 March

List of shipwrecks: 6 March 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Nyack  United States The steamer struck an obstruction on Lake Michigan putting two holes in her bow. She sank on arrival at Grand Haven, Michigan. Raised and taken to Milwaukee, Wisconsin for repairs.[50]

9 March

List of shipwrecks: 9 March 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Delta  United States The steamer sprung a leak and sank at dock at the foot of Lawrence Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Immediately raised, repaired and returned to service.[51]
Geo. Matheson  United States The steamer was sunk by ice at dock at the foot of Congress Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. Total loss.[52]
Relief  United States The steamer was sunk by ice at dock at the foot of Lawrence Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Total loss.[53]

13 March

List of shipwrecks: 13 March 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Mildred  United States The steamer was caught on the top of a wall at Lock 13 in the Ohio River and sank.[54]

14 March

List of shipwrecks: 14 March 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Khyber  United Kingdom The 1,967-ton barque was wrecked under the cliff at Tol-Pedn-Penwith, Cornwall. Neither the Penzance or Sennen Lifeboats could reach the ship and twenty-three crew lost their lives.[55]

18 March

List of shipwrecks: 18 March 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Arctic  United States The laid-up steamer was pushed against a riverbank by ice, causing her to careen, fill with water, and sink at Muscatine, Iowa. She was raised and repaired.[56]

19 March

List of shipwrecks: 19 March 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Spartan  United States The 1,596-gross register ton steel-hulled screw steamer was stranded on the coast of Block Island off Rhode Island. All 30 people on board survived.[9]

25 March

List of shipwrecks: 25 March 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Parisian  United Kingdom The steamship collided with the steamer Albano (flag unknown) during a voyage from Liverpool, Lancashire to Halifax, Nova Scotia. She reached Halifax, where she sank from damage sustained in the collision.[57]

26 March

List of shipwrecks: 26 March 1906
ShipCountryDescription
Honolulu  United States The 1,053-gross register ton iron-hulled schooner departed Shanghai, China, bound for Port Townsend, Washington, with 11 people on board and was never heard from again.[23]

27 March

List of shipwrecks: 27 March 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Key City  United States The steamer was sunk by an obstruction at Belgrade, Illinois, two miles (3.2 km) above Metropolis, Illinois. The wreck was a total loss.[58]

29 March

List of shipwrecks: 29 March 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Eagle  United States The 6-gross register ton sloop sank in the Gulf of Mexico off Sarasota, Florida. All six people on board survived.[41]

30 March

List of shipwrecks: 30 March 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Bart E. Linehan  United States The steamer burned at dock at Nashville, Tennessee.[59]

31 March

List of shipwrecks: 31 March 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Annie Root  United States The 47-gross register ton schooner was stranded on the bar off Galveston, Texas. Both people on board survived.[60]

April

1 April

List of shipwrecks: 4 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Irma L. Wheeler  United States The 51-gross register ton screw steamer burned at Pine Lake, Michigan. All 14 people on board survived.[9]

3 April

List of shipwrecks: 3 April 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Alison Briggs  United States The tow steamer was damaged in a collision with Freighter Daniel Wheeler ( United States) in the East River off Pier 16. She tried to make it back to dock but sank near Pier 19. Raised and repaired.[61]
Inna L. Wheeler  United States The steamer burned at Charlevoix, Michigan.[62]

4 April

List of shipwrecks: 4 April 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Sprite  United States The steamer was wrecked 3 miles north of Whitehall, Michigan.[63]

6 April

List of shipwrecks: 6 April 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Texas  United States The barge was wrecked in dense fog on Block Island, Rhode Island. Two crewmen were killed.[64]

7 April

List of shipwrecks: 7 April 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Louisiana  United States The steamer listed to starboard while loading cargo at New Orleans, Louisiana, causing her to fill with water through the portholes and sink. One crewman missing.[65]

8 April

List of shipwrecks: 8 April 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Greenville  United States The tug was sunk in the North River when it passed a line to a scow, with the intention of pulling it down river, that was still being pulled up river. When the line tightened the tug was pulled over, filled with water and sank. Three of six crewmen were killed. Later raised.[66]

10 April

List of shipwrecks: 10 April 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Sophie Wood  United States The steamer was sunk by an open siphon pipe, Norfolk, Virginia. Apparently raised and hull found to be in bad condition.[67]

12 April

List of shipwrecks: 12 April 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Bristol Packet  United Kingdom The ketch was driven ashore and wrecked at Oxwich, Glamorgan.[68]
Indefatiguable  United Kingdom The tug struck rocks in the Bristol Channel She was abandoned two days later.[68]

15 April

List of shipwrecks: 15 April 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Cyclone  United States The 92-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer burned on the Monongahela River at Dravosburg, Pennsylvania. All 15 people on board survived.[7][69]

16 April

List of shipwrecks: 16 April 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Charlotte L. Morgan  United States The 70-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Southern Island, Maine. All three people on board survived.[41]

19 April

List of shipwrecks: 19 April 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Rover  United States The tow steamer was sunk in a collision with tow steamer Maria Hoffman ( United States) in Newtown Creek, New York. She rolled over enough to fill with water and sank. Later raised.[70]

20 April

List of shipwrecks: 20 April 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Alicia  Spain The cargo ship was wrecked on Ajax Reef, Florida. Her crew was rescued by passing ship and landed at Havana, Cuba. Wreck partially scrapped in place.[71][72]

May

1 May

List of shipwrecks: 1 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Ettie M  United States With no one aboard, the 14-gross register ton sternwheel motor paddle vessel was stranded on the Missouri River near Vermillion, South Dakota.[7]

3 May

List of shipwrecks: 3 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Moonbeam  United States The barge foundered off Point Judith, Rhode Island. Her master, his young son and daughter and three crewmen were killed.[73]
Rocket  United States The tug struck a sunken crib in the harbor at Lorain, Ohio and sank. Later raised.[74]

4 May

List of shipwrecks: 4 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Hesper  United States The bulk carrier was wrecked and sank in a severe storm in Silver Bay, Lake Superior.[75][76][77]
John C. Gregory  United States The 379-gross register ton schooner was sunk in a collision in thick fog with the screw steamer Ontario ( United States) 11 miles (18 km) southwest of Gay Head, Massachusetts. Her entire crew of eight survived and was rescued by Ontario.[78][79]

5 May

List of shipwrecks: 5 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Mary  United States The steamer capsized and sank at dock in a high windstorm at Beardstown, Illinois. Later raised.[80]
Yawata Maru  Japan Russo-Japanese War: The 100-gross register ton merchant ship was captured and sunk in the Sea of Japan by Imperial Russian Navy torpedo boats.[81]

7 May

List of shipwrecks: 7 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Aransas  United States The steamer was sunk in a collision in thick fog with the barge Glendower, being towed by Patience ( United States), off Pollock Rip Shoal. One passenger was killed. Survivors were rescued by Glendower.[82]

9 May

List of shipwrecks: 9 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
D. D. Haskell  United States The 317-gross register ton schooner was stranded on the coast of North Carolina near Ocracoke Inlet. All five people on board survived.[41]

11 May

List of shipwrecks: 11 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Belle of Calhoun  United States The steamer struck a log and sank near Squaw Island in the Mississippi River. Raised, repaired, and returned to service.[83]
Maiko Maru  Japan Russo-Japanese War: The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in Korea Bay off the Elliot Islands.[84]

13 May

List of shipwrecks: 13 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
J. Nickerson  United States The 179-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Johns Island Ledge on the coast of Maine. All six people on board survived.[23]

14 May

List of shipwrecks: 14 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
H. and A. Morse  United States The 133-gross register ton screw steamer burned at Crossman Dock on the Raritan River in New Jersey. All four people on board survived.[85]

16 May

List of shipwrecks: 16 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Thomas W. Palmer  United States The steamer was sunk in a collision with Harvard ( United States) in heavy fog 30 miles (48 km) off Manitou Island Light in Lake Superior. Crew rescued by Harvard.[86]

18 May

List of shipwrecks: 18 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Louise  United States The steamer ran into Ironsides ( United States) while coming to dock at Middleport, Ohio crushing her stem. She was beached, but sank in shallow water and was wrecked.[87]

27 May

List of shipwrecks: 27 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Borodino  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War, Battle of Tsushima: The Borodino-class battleship exploded, capsized, and sank in the Tsushima Strait after various Imperial Japanese Navy battleships inflicted numerous shell hits on her. Only one member of her 855-man crew survived.
H. J. Hoole  United States The tug capsized, filled with water, and sank while coaling at Wilkerson's Wharf, Virginia. She later was raised.[88]
Imperator Aleksandr III  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War, Battle of Tsushima: The Borodino-class battleship capsized and sank in the Tsushima Strait with the loss of all hands after numerous shell hits inflicted by various Imperial Japanese Navy ships over the course of several hours.
Kamchatka  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Battle of Tsushima: The armed repair ship was sunk by gunfire.[89]
Knyaz Suvorov  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War, Battle of Tsushima: The Borodino-class battleship capsized and sank in the Tsushima Strait with the loss of 928 of her crew after numerous shell and torpedo hits inflicted by various Imperial Japanese Navy ships over the course of several hours. Twenty officers taken off earlier by the destroyer Buinyi ( Imperial Russian Navy) were her only survivors.
No. 34  Imperial Japanese Navy Russo-Japanese War, Battle of Tsushima: The torpedo boat was sunk by gunfire.[90]
No. 35  Imperial Japanese Navy Russo-Japanese War, Battle of Tsushima: The torpedo boat was sunk by gunfire.[90]
No. 69  Imperial Japanese Navy Russo-Japanese War, Battle of Tsushima: The torpedo boat sank after colliding with the destroyer Yamabiko ( Imperial Japanese Navy).[90][91]
Oslyabya  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War, Battle of Tsushima: The Peresvet-class battleship sank in the Tsushima Strait with the loss of at least 471 – and perhaps as many as 514 – lives after suffering numerous shell hits inflicted by several Imperial Japanese Navy battleships and armored cruisers. Between 376 and 385 of her crew were saved by various Russian warships.
Ural  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War, Battle of Tsushima: The armed merchant cruiser sank in the Tsushima Strait after being hit by a shell fired by an Imperial Japanese Navy battleship and torpedoed by an Imperial Japanese Navy destroyer.

28 May

List of shipwrecks: 28 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Admiral Nakhimov  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Battle of Tsushima: Damaged by numerous shell hits from various Imperial Japanese Navy warships the previous day, the armored cruiser either struck a mine or was torpedoed by an unidentified ship and sank in the Tsushima Strait near Tsushima Island with the loss of 18 lives; her commanding officer claimed that she was scuttled. The auxiliary cruiser Sado Maru ( Imperial Japanese Navy) rescued 523 survivors, and another 103 survivors escaped in Admiral Nakhimov′s lifeboats but were captured by the Japanese later.
Admiral Ushakov  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Battle of Tsushima: The Admiral Ushakov-class coastal defense ship, badly damaged in action with Imperial Japanese Navy warships and ablaze, was scuttled in the Tsushima Strait.
Bezuprechni  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War, Battle of Tsushima: The Boiki-class destroyer was sunk in Tsushima Strait by the protected cruiser Chitose ( Imperial Japanese Navy).[92][93]
Blestyashtchi  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War, Battle of Tsushima: The crew of the heavily damaged Boiki-class destroyer scuttled her in the Sea of Japan.[92][93]
Buinyi  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Battle of Tsushima: The Buinyi-class destroyer was scuttled in the Tsushima Strait either after her machinery broke down or she ran out of fuel (sources disagree). The wounded Russian Vice Admiral Zinovy Rozhestvensky was transferred from Buinyi to the destroyer Biedovi ( Imperial Russian Navy), and Buinyi's crew along with 205 survivors of the sunken battleship Oslyabya ( Imperial Russian Navy) aboard Buinyi were taken off by the armored cruiser Dmitrii Donskoi ( Imperial Russian Navy). Dmitri Donskoi then sank Buinyi with gunfire 70 nautical miles (130 km; 81 mi) south of Dagelet Island.[92][93]
Buistri  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: In the aftermath of the Battle of Tsushima, the Boiki-class destroyer ran aground on the coast of Korea and was blown up by her crew to prevent her capture by Japanese forces.[92][93]
Dewey  United States The launch was sunk in a collision with Arctic ( United States) in San Francisco Bay. Two killed.[94]
Gromki  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War, Battle of Tsushima: The crew of the heavily damaged Boiki-class destroyer scuttled her in the Sea of Japan.[92][93]
Mollie L. Farmer  United States The steamer burned at dock in Newbern, North Carolina.[95]
Navarin  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Battle of Tsushima: After suffering heavy damage from gunfire by Imperial Japanese Navy battleships the previous day, the battleship capsized and sank in the Tsushima Strait with the loss of 671 lives. Only three of her crew survived.
Sissoi Veliky  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Battle of Tsushima: Badly damaged by gunfire and torpedo hits inflicted by various Imperial Japanese Navy warships and with 47 of her crew killed, the battleship capsized and sank while under tow by the Japanese after surrendering to them. Her 613 survivors were rescued by the armed merchant cruisers Shinano Maru and Dainan Maru (both  Imperial Japanese Navy).
Svetlana  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Battle of Tsushima: The protected cruiser was sunk by gunfire by the protected cruisers Niitaka and Otowa and the destroyer Murakumo (all  Imperial Japanese Navy) in the Sea of Japan southwest of Dagelet Island at 37°6′N 129°50′E with an estimated 169 members of her crew killed. The auxiliary cruiser America Maru ( Imperial Japanese Navy) rescued 290 survivors, of whom 23 were wounded.
Vladimir Monomakh  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Battle of Tsushima: Badly damaged by an Imperial Japanese Navy torpedo hit the previous day, the armored cruiser was scuttled in the Tsushima Strait near Tsushima Island. Her survivors were rescued by the auxiliary cruisers Sado Maru and Manchu Maru (both  Imperial Japanese Navy).

29 May

List of shipwrecks: 29 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Dmitrii Donskoi  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: Badly damaged in combat with Imperial Japanese Navy warships during the Battle of Tsushima the previous day, the armored cruiser was scuttled in the Sea of Japan off Ulleungdo. Her survivors were rescued by the destroyer Fubuki and armed merchant cruiser Kasugu Maru (both  Imperial Japanese Navy). Her wreck was located in 2018.[96]
Hiram R. Bond  United States The sand scow was sunk in a collision with Pere Marquette 20 ( United States) in heavy fog entering the harbor at Milwaukee, Wisconsin.[97]
Irtuish  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: The armed transport foundered.[89]
Izumrud  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: The Izumrud-class protected cruiser ran aground near Vladivostok, Russia, and was destroyed by explosive charges set by her crew.
Seaconnet  United States The 188-gross register ton steam screw fishing vessel was wrecked in heavy fog on the bar off Shinnecock Light on the coast of New York. All 23 people on board survived.[9][98]
Svetlana  Imperial Russian Navy Russo-Japanese War: The protected cruiser was sunk by gunfire by the protected cruisers Niitaka and Otowa and destroyer Murakumo (all  Imperial Japanese Navy) in the Sea of Japan off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula at (37°06′N 129°50′E). The auxiliary cruiser America Maru ( Imperial Japanese Navy) rescued 290 survivors, 23 of whom were injured.

30 May

List of shipwrecks: 30 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Tetartos  Germany Russo-Japanese War: During a voyage from Otaru, Japan, to Tientsin, China, with a cargo of wooden sleepers, the 2,409-gross register ton merchant ship was captured and sunk in the Yellow Sea by the auxiliary cruiser Rion ( Imperial Russian Navy).[81]

31 May

List of shipwrecks: 31 May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
George T. Burroughs  United States The steamer was sunk in a collision in the St. Clair River.[99]

Unknown date

List of shipwrecks: Unknown date May 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Benguela  United Kingdom The Elder Dempster 1,796 GRT cargo ship was wrecked at Nana Kroo, Sierra Leone. She was on a voyage to Hamburg with palm kernels and oil.[100]

June

1 June

List of shipwrecks: 1 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Nanny  Germany The barque was wrecked on the coast of Natal. She was on a voyage from Bombay, India, to East London, South Africa.[101]

2 June

List of shipwrecks: 2 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
H. M. Carter  United States The steamer struck a bridge just below Alexandria, Louisiana and sank.[102]

5 June

List of shipwrecks: 5 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Ikhona  United Kingdom Russo-Japanese War: During a voyage from Rangoon to Yokohama, Japan, with a cargo of rice and mail, the 5,252-gross register ton merchant ship was captured and sunk at a position identified both as 150 nautical miles (280 km) north of Hong Kong and in the Philippine Sea at 20°02′N 134°01′E.[103] by the auxiliary cruiser Terek ( Imperial Russian Navy).[81][103]
St Kilda  United Kingdom Russo-Japanese War: During a voyage from Hong Kong to Yokohama, Japan, with a cargo that included rice, sugar, and gunnies, the 3,518-gross register ton merchant ship was captured and sunk off Hong Kong by the auxiliary cruiser Dnepr ( Imperial Russian Navy).[104]

7 June

List of shipwrecks: 7 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Grace M.  United States The fishing steamer was sunk in a collision with CGS Vigilant ( Canada) six miles (9.7 km) east of Middle Island in Lake Erie. Two crewmen killed.[105]

8 June

List of shipwrecks: 8 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
HMS A8  Royal Navy The A-class submarine foundered in Plymouth Sound off the coast of England when her bow dipped suddenly, causing her to swamped by flooding via the open hatch on her conning tower. She was refloated, repaired, and returned to service.[106][107][108]

10 June

List of shipwrecks: 10 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Yakima  United States The steamer stranded on Stag Island in Lake Huron. On 13 June she burned. Later her remains were refloated, towed out into the lake and sunk.[109][110]

13 June

List of shipwrecks: 13 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Tuscumbia  United States With no one on board, the 20-gross register ton barge sank at Diermanns Landing, Missouri.[30]
Yakima  United States The 1,986-gross register ton screw steamer burned on the St. Clair River in Michigan. All 17 people on board survived.[30]

15 June

List of shipwrecks: 15 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Harriet A. Hart  United States The steamer burned to the waterline between Cheboygan, Michigan and Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Crew and passengers rescued from lifeboats by Juniata ( United States).[111]
Hydrangea  United Kingdom The Milford Haven steam trawler was heading for the fishing grounds off the Isles of Scilly but was off course and hit the Seven Stones Reef. Her crew reached the Sevenstones Lightship.[112]
James Hughes  United States The tug burned off Plum Island in Long Island Sound.[113]
Queen Victoria  United States The 6-gross register ton schooner sank in Adams Creek in North Carolina. Both people on board survived.[14]

17 June

List of shipwrecks: 17 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Garden City  United States The steamer burned at dock in Port Orchard, Washington.[114]

18 June

List of shipwrecks: 18 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Eturia  United States The steamer was sunk in a collision with the steamer Amasa Stone ( United States) in Lake Huron above Presque Isle, Wisconsin.[115]

20 June

List of shipwrecks: 20 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Vulcan  United States The steamer capsized and sank in the Monongahela River below Coal Center, Pennsylvania. Raised and repaired.[116]

21 June

List of shipwrecks: 21 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
George W. Perkins  United States The schooner was wrecked on the beach at Nome, Territory of Alaska.[117]
Volant  United States Carrying a cargo of 100 tons of general merchandise, the 172-gross register ton, 123-foot (37.5 m) schooner dragged her anchors and was stranded on the shore of Kuskokwim Bay in the Territory of Alaska, becoming a total loss. Her seven-man crew survived.[118]

22 June

List of shipwrecks: 22 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Archon  United States The steamer sank off Plum Island Point just outside the Atchafalaya River.[119]
Hustler  United States The steamer was capsized by high winds in a cloudburst in Lake Verret 2 12 miles (4.0 km) from shore in 11 feet (3.4 m) of water.[120]
Prinsesse Marie  Denmark Russo-Japanese War: During a voyage from Copenhagen, Denmark, to Yokohama, Japan, and other ports, the 5,416-gross register ton merchant ship was captured and sunk in the South China Sea at 13°57′N 113°15′E by the auxiliary cruiser Terek ( Imperial Russian Navy).[103][104]

23 June

List of shipwrecks: 23 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
J. E. Leonard  United States The 83-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer burned either in Redstone Creek in Pennsylvania or in the Monongahela River near Redstone Creek (sources disagree). All eight people on board survived.[9][121]
Linden  United States The steamer was sunk in a collision with City of Rome ( United States) in the St. Clair River. Two killed.[122]

24 June

List of shipwrecks: 24 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Shamrock  United States The barge became waterlogged in a gale between Toledo, Ohio and Midland, Ontario, but did not sink due to a buoyant cargo. She beached at Black River, Michigan, later towed to Alpena, then apparently abandoned near the mouth of the Thunder Bay River.[123]

25 June

List of shipwrecks: 25 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Cousins Arbib  Belgium The steamer collided with the steamer IJmuiden ( Netherlands) 20 nautical miles (37 km) off Flamborough Head, England. Later raised, repaired and sold, re-entering service in 1909.[124]
Rattler  United States The 82-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Todd Head, Nova Scotia. All three people on board survived.[27]

26 June

List of shipwrecks: 26 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Shamrock  United States The 403-gross register ton screw steamer sink in Lake Huron near Thunder Bay on the coast of Michigan. All 12 people on board survived.[9]

30 June

List of shipwrecks: 30 June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Shiloh  United States The 7-gross register ton sloop sank in Narragansett Bay on the coast of Rhode Island. The only person on board survived.[27]

Unknown June

List of shipwrecks: Unknown June 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Kingfisher  United States The steamer capsized and sank while tied to the bank at Fulton, Arkansas during a heavy storm. Had not been raised at end of 1906.[125]

July

1 July

List of shipwrecks: 1 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Mabel and Edith  United States The schooner was aground in Stockton Slough when she was struck by the barge Argus and sank in ten feet (3.0 m) of water.[126]

2 July

List of shipwrecks: 2 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Frank G. Rich  United States The 105-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Liscomb, Nova Scotia. All 18 people on board survived.[23]

3 July

List of shipwrecks: 3 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Argo  United States The 14-gross register ton schooner sank off Ludlington, Michigan. Both people on board survived.[41]
Chromo  United States The 8-gross register ton schooner was sunk in a collision in thick fog with the steamer Calvin Austen ( United States) in Boston Bay off Boston Light on the coast of Massachusetts. One crewman was killed. Two or four survivors (sources differ) were rescued by Calvin Austen.[41][127]
Louise  United States The laid up steamer sprung a leak and sank at dock in the Kentucky River at Louisville, Kentucky. Raised and repaired.[128]

4 July

List of shipwrecks: 4 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Walworth  United States The 18-gross register ton steam yacht burned on the Illinois and Michigan Canal. Both people on board survived.[30]

5 July

List of shipwrecks: 5 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Diana  United Kingdom The Newlyn lugger steamed into the Hamburgans Rocks off Penzance promenade, Cornwall, when the watchman fell asleep after a night of fishing. She was refloated on the late afternoon tide.[129]
Farfadet  French Navy The Farfadet-class submarine sank at Sidi Abdullah, Tunisia with the loss of 14 lives. Raised, repaired and recommissioned in September 1909 as Follet.[130]
Liberty  United States With no one on board, the 18-gross register ton screw steamer burned at dock at St. Albans Bay, Vermont.[9][131]

8 July

List of shipwrecks: 8 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Potemkin  Royal Romanian Navy The Imperial Russian Navy battleship was partly scuttled in the Port of Constanța by her mutinous Russian crew after surrendering to Romanian authorities, who hoisted the Romanian flag aboard her.[132]
Roy J. Cram (or Roys J. Cram)  United States The 19-gross register ton steam screw tug burned at dock at New Baltimore, New York. All three people on board survived.[9][133]
Sarah C. Smith  United States The 297-gross register ton schooner was sunk in a collision with the screw steamer Governor Dingley ( United States) in dense fog near Portland Head on the coast of Maine.[27][134]
W. W. O'Neil  United States The steamer struck an obstruction and sank in the Louisville and Portland Canal. Raised and repaired.[135]
Welcome  United States The steamer sank at dock in the Chicago River due to bad caulking. Raised and repaired.[136]

11 July

List of shipwrecks: 11 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Normandie  United States The 13-gross register ton steam screw yacht was sunk in a collision with the screw steamer Volund ( Norway) in the Hudson River off Dobbs Ferry, New York. Three people on board – two crewman and a female passenger – were killed; sources differ as to whether three people were rescued or there were no survivors.[9][137]

13 July

List of shipwrecks: 13 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Beatrice  United States The 48-ton schooner was lost at Nome, Territory of Alaska.[138]
Governor Perkins  United States The steamer was anchored at Nome, Alaska with no crew aboard when a storm arose and the crew could not get back aboard. She parted her moorings and was wrecked.[139]
Senator (or The Senator)  United States The laid-up 37-gross register ton steam yacht burned and sank at dock in the harbor at Wickford, Rhode Island. All five people on board survived.[9][140]

14 July

List of shipwrecks: 14 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Governor Perkins  United States While her crew of three was ashore, the 51-foot (15.5 m) steamer was washed ashore and wrecked at Nome, Territory of Alaska, near the mouth of the Snake River after her mooring lines parted during a storm.[117]
Walworth  United States The steamer burned at dock in the Illinois and Michigan Canal at Channahon, Illinois.[141]

15 July

List of shipwrecks: 15 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Nimrod  United States The schooner was sunk in a collision in thick fog with a barge towed by the steamer International ( United States) off Pollock Rip Lightship. The crew were rescued by a tug.[142]

17 July

List of shipwrecks: 17 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Clyde  United States The steamer was capsized by a sudden severe wind at Minneiska, Minnesota.[143]
Harry Brown  United States The steamer struck a rock below Lock No. 2 in the Ohio River and sank. She was raised and repaired.[144]

18 July

List of shipwrecks: 18 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
A. G. Ropes  United States The 2,460-gross register ton full-rigged ship was abandoned at sea off Kobe, Japan. All 27 people on board survived. She later was salvaged, towed to New York City, and re-documented as a schooner.[41]
Catalina  United States The 57-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Rockland, Maine. Both people on board survived.[41]
L. M. Eaton  United States The 13-gross register ton schooner burned off Point Judith, Rhode Island. The only person on board survived.[23]
Reliance  United States With no one on board, the 15-gross register ton motor vessel burned at Cape Charles, Virginia.[9]

19 July

List of shipwrecks: 19 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
A. J. Johnson  United States The steamer struck a stump sticking out from the bank at W. M. Corbett's Mill on the Cape Fear River and sank. Later raised.[145]

21 July

List of shipwrecks: 21 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
USS Bennington  United States Navy

The Yorktown-class gunboat suffered a boiler explosion and was holed. She was beached at San Diego, California. She was later repaired and returned to service as a non-commissioned barge in 1906. the vessel was stricken in 1910.[146]

22 July

List of shipwrecks: 22 July 1906
ShipCountryDescription
Minnivia Miles  United States The 43-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Diamond Marsh in Virginia. All 10 people aboard survived.[27]

24 July

List of shipwrecks: 24 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Barbara Hernster  United States The 148-gross register ton two-masted schooner was wrecked at the entrance to Plover Bay inside Providence Bay near Bald Head on the east coast of Siberia.[138]
Reef  United States The 9-gross register ton steam screw tug burned at dock at Pontiac, Washington. The only person on board survived.[9][147]

25 July

List of shipwrecks: 25 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Caro  United States The 6-gross register ton motor vessel burned at Begol Island on the Mississippi River. Both people on board survived.[7]
Gov. Perkins  United States The 17-gross register ton screw steamer vessel was stranded at Nome, Territory of Alaska. All three people on board survived.[7]
Iola May  United States The 13-gross register ton motor paddle vessel burned at Plaquemine, Louisiana. Both people on board survived.[31]

26 July

List of shipwrecks: 26 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Coryphene  United States During a voyage from Nome to Tin City, Territory of Alaska, with a crew of 15 and a cargo of 1,000 tons of general merchandise, coal, and lumber aboard, the 811-gross register ton, 160.2-foot (48.8 m) bark was wrecked without loss of life 1.5 nautical miles (2.8 km; 1.7 mi) off the west-central coast of the Territory of Alaska 16 nautical miles (30 km; 18 mi) north of Cape Prince of Wales. By 17 August she reportedly was being dismantled during efforts to salvage her cargo.[148]
George Presley  United States The 2,164-gross register ton screw steamer burned in Green Bay near Washington Island, Wisconsin. All 15 people aboard survived.[7][149]
Robert White  United States The tug was sunk in a collision with the tug New York Central No. 15 ( United States) off The Battery. Later raised.[150]

27 July

List of shipwrecks: 27 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Sixeus  United Kingdom The barque ran aground at Volunteer Point, Falkland Islands and was wrecked. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Barry, Glamorgan to Valparaíso, Chile.[151]

28 July

List of shipwrecks: 28 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Martha Stevens  United States The cargo ship was damaged in a collision with the United States Government lighter Williams ( United States) off Liberty Island in New York Harbor and was beached on mud flats.[152]
Barbara Hernster  United States The 148-gross register ton motor vessel was stranded at Bald Head on the coast of Siberia. All eight people on board survived.[7]

29 July

List of shipwrecks: 29 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Star of Russia  United States The sailing ship ran aground in thick fog on a sand beach on the north west end of Chirikof Island. Refloated on 6 August, going to San Francisco, California for repairs.[153]

30 July

List of shipwrecks: 30 July 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Livonia  United States The 28-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Nauset Light on the coast of Massachusetts. All nine people on board survived.[23]

August

2 August

List of shipwrecks: 2 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Harry Reid  United States The steamer sprung a leak and sank at Winneberg, Illinois. She was raised, repaired, and returned to service.[154]

4 August

List of shipwrecks: 4 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Freeman  United States The 93-gross register ton schooner was abandoned at sea. All 10 people on board survived.[23]
Noisiel  France

The 400-ton steel barque was blown ashore in a violent storm at Praa Sands, Cornwall,. She was en route from Cherbourg to Savona with a 600-ton cargo of armour plate from gun turrets of obsolete battleships.[155][156]

5 August

List of shipwrecks: 5 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
John J. Mitchell  United States With no one on board, the 80-gross register ton barge was wrecked in the Yukon Flats near Fort Yukon in the central Territory of Alaska.[30][157]
Waunetta  United States The 6-gross register ton schooner burned in the Strait of Mackinac off Michigan. Both people on board survived.[158]

7 August

List of shipwrecks: 7 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Hopatcong  United States The 854-gross register ton steel-hulled sidewheel steam paddle ferry burned at dock at Hoboken, New Jersey. All seven people on board survived.[7][159]

8 August

List of shipwrecks: 8 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Hessie  United States The steamer sank at dock in Mayport, Florida.[160]
Oldhamia  United Kingdom Russo-Japanese War: The 3,639-gross register ton merchant ship's Russian prize crew ran her aground on Etorofu on or about this date and burned her. The Russian Second Pacific Squadron had captured her on 15 May 1905 off Formosa during a voyage from New York City to Hong Kong with a cargo of 165,000 cases of oil.[81]
Post Boy  United States The 94-gross register ton screw steamer burned at Holland, Michigan. Both people on board survived.[9][161]

10 August

List of shipwrecks: 10 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Joseph B. Williams  United States The steamer was sunk by a snag at Sisters Island near Bay City, Illinois. Raised and repaired.[162]
Roanoke  United States The 3,539-gross register ton four-masted bark was destroyed by fire while loading a cargo of chromium ore in Nehoue Bay near Nouméa, New Caledonia. All 30 people on board survived.[27]

11 August

List of shipwrecks: 11 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Sego  United States The steamer sank at dock at Carrabelle, Florida due to defective water tank piping. Later raised.[163]

12 August

List of shipwrecks: 12 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Bertha E. Hedtler  United States The 12-gross register ton screw naphtha launch burned at Ram Island in the Merrimack River in Massachusetts. Both people aboard survived.[7]
George Lewis  United States The 27-gross register ton schooner sank in the Magothy River in Maryland. All eight people aboard survived.[23]
Joe  United States The 119-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Bunkers Ledge on the coast of Maine. All three people on board survived.[23]

13 August

List of shipwrecks: 13 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Charles W. Liken  United States The 34-gross register ton screw steamer burned at Bay City, Michigan. All four people on board survived.[7]
Ocmulgee  United States The 57-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer sank at Durhams Bluff, Georgia. All six people on board survived.[9]

14 August

List of shipwrecks: 14 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Heros  Sweden The cargo ship, carrying copper ore and copper, went aground and sank at Rundholmen in Saltstraumen, Norway. All of the 23 men on board survived.[164]

15 August

List of shipwrecks: 15 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
New Shorham  United States The steamer struck a sunken scow in the entrance to the Great Salt Pond and sank.[165]

16 August

List of shipwrecks: 16 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Hancock  United States The steamer was sunk in a collision with Binghampton ( United States) in Lake St. Clair.[166]

17 August

List of shipwrecks: 17 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
John M. Hutchinson  United States The 980-gross register ton schooner sank in Lake Superior off Fourteen-Mile Point on the coast of Michigan. All six people on board survived.[23]
Spartan  United States The 1,448-gross register ton full-rigged ship was stranded at Spreckelsville on the coast of Maui in the Territory of Hawaii. All 18 people on board survived.[27]

19 August

List of shipwrecks: 19 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Imogene M. Terry  United States The 11-gross register ton sloop was stranded on the coast of New Jersey in Raritan Bay. The only person on board survived.[23]
John Neilson  United States The 344-gross register ton steel-hulled barge was stranded at New York City. All three people on board survived.[167]
Minerva II  United States The 597-gross register ton schooner was stranded on Maricobau Island in the Philippine Islands. All seven people aboard survived.[27]
Spartan  United States The sail cargo ship was wrecked on a shoal near Kahului, Territory of Hawaii.[168]
William H. Vanderbilt  United States The 241-gross register ton barge was stranded at New York City with the loss of both people on board.[167]

20 August

List of shipwrecks: 20 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
M. C. Haskell  United States The 351-gross register ton schooner was stranded on Shovelful Shoal off the coast of Massachusetts with the loss of one life. There were six survivors.[23]

22 August

List of shipwrecks: 22 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Marion E. Rockhill  United States The 284-gross register ton schooner was stranded in Amagansett Bay on the coast of New York. All five people on board survived.[23]

23 August

List of shipwrecks: 23 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Bonanza  United States Leaking badly after suffering ice damage in the Arctic Ocean, the 152.4-ton, 102-foot (31.1 m) schooner was beached at King Point on the coast of Herschel Island off the coast of the Yukon Territory. Ice then crushed her on the beach. Her crew of 23 survived.[41][138]
Marguedora  United States The 58-gross register ton motor yacht burned on the Carrabelle River in Florida. All three people on board survived.[9]

24 August

List of shipwrecks: 24 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Hanover  United States The 66-gross register ton sternwheel motor paddle vessel burned to the waterline at either Bethlehem, Indiana, or Louisville, Kentucky (sources disagree). All five people on board survived.[7][169]
Susquehanna  United States The 2,744-gross register ton full-rigged ship sank in the Indian Ocean at 16°51′S 062°15′E. All 27 people on board survived.[27]
W. J. Warwick  United States The tug capsized and sank while coaling at the Buffalo Fuel Company's dock in the Blackwell Canal in the harbor at Buffalo, New York, when too much coal was dumped on one side. One crewman was killed.[170]

25 August

List of shipwrecks: 25 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Blanche  United States The steamer was sunk in a collision with Neuse ( United States) in the Neuse River.[171]
Thelma  United States The 5-gross register ton motor vessel burned at Edgartown, Massachusetts. The only person on board survived.[9]

26 August

List of shipwrecks: 26 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Charles A. Witler  United States The 219-gross register ton schooner was lost off Diamond Shoals, North Carolina, after colliding with the steamer John Bossert ( United States). All six people on board survived.[41]
Minnehaha  United States The 37-gross register ton schooner sank in the Chesapeake Bay off North Point, Maryland. All nine people aboard survived.[27]

27 August

List of shipwrecks: 27 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Octavia  United States The 6-gross register ton schooner was lost when she collided with an unnamed dredge at Galveston, Texas. The only person on board survived.[27]

28 August

List of shipwrecks: 28 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Astonisher  United States The 6-gross register ton catboat was lost with the loss of one life in Vineyard Sound off the coast of Massachusetts after colliding with the screw steamer Ada ( Norway). There was one survivor.[41]
Peconic  United States The 1,855-gross register ton steel-hulled screw steamer sank in a gale off Fernandina on the northeast coast of Florida. Her master and 19 crewmen were killed. Two crewmen reached Amelia Island, Florida, in a lifeboat.[9][172]

29 August

List of shipwrecks: 29 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Lily  United States The steamer sheared off course, struck a wreck, and sank at Sandwich, Ontario.[173]

31 August

List of shipwrecks: 31 August 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Bessie Smith  United States The steamer struck an obstruction at Dam No. 2 in the Ohio River and sank. Raised and repaired.[174]

Unknown date

List of shipwrecks: Unknown date 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Albatross  United Kingdom The small ketch sank in the Solent when her cargo of oil barrels exploded.[129]
Star of Russia  United States Carrying 280 passengers, 19 crewmen, and a cargo of 28,514 cases of canned salmon, the 1,981-gross register ton, 275.5-foot (84.0 m) iron ship ran aground in fog on a sandy beach on the northwestern end of Chirikof Island in the Gulf of Alaska without loss of life. She was refloated eight days later and towed to Alitak Cannery on Kodiak Island, where her passengers disembarked and cargo was unloaded. On 26 August, she departed for repairs at San Francisco, California.[175]

September

1 September

List of shipwrecks: 1 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Alice S. Hawkes  United States The 63-gross register ton schooner burned at Plymouth, Massachusetts. All 15 people on board survived.[41]
Seven Sisters  United States The 129-gross register ton schooner was stranded in Kotzebue Sound on the coast of the Territory of Alaska. All six people on board survived.[27]

2 September

List of shipwrecks: 2 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
America  United States The 6-gross register ton sloop-rigged yacht was stranded at Michigan City, Indiana. The only person on board survived.[41]
Gerome  United States The 109-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer struck a rock in the Little Homely Rapids or Homlez Rapids (sources diagree) in the Snake River in Washington and sank. All seven people on board survived.[31][176]
Iosco  United States While towing the schooner barge Olive Jeannette ( United States), the 2,051-gross register ton screw steamer sank in Lake Superior off Huron Island in Michigan's Huron Islands during a gale with the loss of all 19 people on board.[9]
Julia  United States The 47-gross register ton schooner barge or scow barge was stranded in the Cedar Ford River in Michigan. The only person on board survived.[23]
Olive Jeanette  United States While under tow by the screw steamer Iosco ( United States), the 1,271-gross register ton schooner barge sank in Lake Superior off Huron Island, Michigan, during a gale. All seven people on board perished.[27]
Pretoria  United States The 2,790-gross register ton wooden schooner sank in a severe gale on Lake Superior off Outer Island in Wisconsin's Apostle Islands. Five of the 10 people on board were lost.[27][177]
Sevona  United States The 3,166-gross register ton iron-hulled lake freighter sank in a severe gale on Lake Superior near Wisconsin's Sand Island in the Apostle Islands when she struck a reef and broke in two. Her master and six crewmen on the forward section all died. According to one source, all 13 crewmen and three women passengers on the aft section survived using the ship′s lifeboats; another source claims that there were 11 survivors.[9][178]

3 September

List of shipwrecks: 3 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Iosco  United States The steamer foundered in heavy seas near the Huron Islands in Lake Superior. Lost with all 19 hands.[179][180]
J. M. Colman  United States The 463-gross register ton schooner was stranded on San Miguel Island in the Channel Islands off the coast of California. All 15 people on board survived.[23]
Mary A. Hand  United States The 33-gross register ton schooner was stranded in Delaware Bay on the coast of Delaware at Mahons River. Both people aboard survived.[27]
North Wind  United States The steamer was damaged when she struck a concrete dock entering the harbor of Duluth, Minnesota due to strong wind and current. She sprang a leak and sank.[181]
Olive Jeannette  United States The schooner foundered in heavy seas near the Huron Islands in Lake Superior when her tow steamer Iosco ( United States) sank. Lost with all seven hands.[182]
Young America  United States The passenger steamer was sunk in a collision with the ferry George H. Power ( United States) near the Hudson Light. Four passengers killed.[183]

4 September

List of shipwrecks: 4 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Gertrude L. Trundy  United States The 485-gross register ton schooner was abandoned at sea off Thacher Island on the coast of Massachusetts. All six people aboard survived.[23]

5 September

List of shipwrecks: 5 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Cyril  United Kingdom The Booth Line passenger-cargo liner collided near Belém, Brazil with same company's new liner Anselm and sank in 70 ft (21.3 m) of water.[184]
Shamrock Unknown The tow steamer sank after colliding with the steamer W. C. Richardson ( United States) two miles (3.2 km) above the ship canal on the St. Marys River. Her master and one crewman were killed.[185]
Vila Y. Hermano  United States The 327-gross register ton schooner sank in the Gulf of Mexico at 29°00′N 087°00′W after colliding with the screw steamer Mobila ( United States). All six people aboard survived.[27]

7 September

List of shipwrecks: 7 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Pastime  United States The steamer sprung a leak and sank at Sewickley, Pennsylvania. Raised and repaired.[186]

11 September

List of shipwrecks: 11 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Abram Collerd  United States The 217-gross register ton barge was lost in a collision with the screw steamer Maine ( United States) at New York City. Both people on board survived.[30]

12 September

List of shipwrecks: 12 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Fay S.  United States The dredge sank in the Ohio River above Manoca, Pennsylvania.[187]
Mikasa  Imperial Japanese Navy The battleship sank at her moorings at Sasebo, Japan, with the loss of 251 of her crew after suffering a fire and magazine explosion. She was refloated, reconstructed, and returned to service.
Star  United States The 89-gross register ton barge sank at New York City. The only person on board survived.[30]

13 September

List of shipwrecks: 13 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Tempest  United States The steamer sank at dock at Duluth, Minnesota.[188]

15 September

List of shipwrecks: 15 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
V. H. Ketchum  United States The 1,699-gross register ton barge burned at Parisien Island in Lake Superior with the loss of two lives. There were six survivors.[30]

18 September

List of shipwrecks: 18 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Puritan  United States The 89-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Canso, Nova Scotia. All 12 people on board survived.[27]

19 September

List of shipwrecks: 19 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
George W. Roby  United States The 1,933-gross register ton schooner barge or scow barge burned at Lime Kiln Crossing on the Detroit River in Michigan. All 17 people aboard survived.[23]

20 September

List of shipwrecks: 20 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Sophia  United States The 16-gross register ton screw steamer burned at dock in Rockport, Ontario. All three people on board survived.[9][189]

21 September

List of shipwrecks: 21 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
A. P. Co. No. 4  United States With no one on board, the 9-gross register ton scow was stranded in the Gulf of Georgia on the coast of British Columbia.[30]

22 September

List of shipwrecks: 22 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
W. H. Harrison  United States The 91-gross register ton screw steamer struck the bar in Alsea Bay entering the Alsea River on the coast of Oregon and was wrecked. All 11 people on board survived.[9][190]

24 September

List of shipwrecks: 24 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
J. W. Frost  United States The 42-gross register ton schooner was stranded at New Orleans, Louisiana. All three people on board survived.[23]

25 September

List of shipwrecks: 25 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Job H. Jackson  United States The schooner was capsized in a collision with Bay Port ( United States) in Chesapeake Bay. One crewman was killed. The rest of the crew were rescued from the inverted hull by Bay Port.[191]

26 September

List of shipwrecks: 26 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Cantabria  Philippines The ship sank at the north end of Ticao Island in the Philippines in a typhoon. The ship was a total loss and all 69 people on board drowned.[192]
Stella Lee  United States With no one on board, the 7-gross register ton sternwheel motor paddle vessel burned on the Ohio River at Caseyville, Kentucky.[9]

27 September

List of shipwrecks: 27 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Gipsy  United States The 293-gross register ton cargo ship, a screw steamer, was wrecked in Monterey Bay near China Point on the coast of California. All 16 people on board survived.[7][193]

28 September

List of shipwrecks: 28 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Bridgeport  United States The 125-gross register ton steam canal boat was lost when she collided with the screw steamer New York ( United States) off Yonkers, New York. All three people on board survived.[7]

30 September

List of shipwrecks: 30 September 1905
ShipCountryDescription
P. H. Birckhead  United States The 495-gross register ton screw steamer burned at Alpena, Michigan. All 13 people on board survived.[9]

Unknown date

List of shipwrecks: Unknown date 1905
ShipCountryDescription
City of Dublin  United States The 147-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer was stranded at Dublin, Georgia. All 11 people on board survived.[7]
Halcyon  United States With no one on board, the 67-gross register ton schooner-rigged yacht sank in Saminar Bay on the coast of the Dominican Republic.[194]
Loch Vennachar  United Kingdom The three-masted clipper ship sank at West Bay, Kangaroo Island, Australia, sometime between 6 and 29 September.
Nimrod  United States The 99-gross register ton scow was stranded at Derby, Connecticut. The only person on board survived.[30]

October

1 October

List of shipwrecks: 1 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Fannie Tuthill  United States The 27-gross register ton screw steamer was sunk in a collision with the screw steamer D. C. Whitney ( United States) on the St. Clair Flats Canal in the Detroit, Michigan, area. One crewman was killed. There were three survivors.[7][195]

2 October

List of shipwrecks: 2 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Ella  United States The barge sank in Rancocas Creek in southwestern New Jersey. Her master was killed.[196]
Lawrence Haines  United States The 256-gross register ton schooner was lost when she collided with the sidewheel paddle steamer Nantasket ( United States) off College Point, Queens, New York. All five people on board survived.[23]
Nantasket  United States The sidewheel paddle steamer was sunk in a collision with the schooner Lawrence Haines ( United States) off West Farms Creek in the East River in New York City.[197]

4 October

List of shipwrecks: 4 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Lettie May  United States The 45-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Skilligalee Light on the coast of Michigan. Both people on board survived.[78]

5 October

List of shipwrecks: 5 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
HMS Irresistible  Royal Navy The Formidable-class battleship ran aground at Malta. She was refloated, underwent an overhaul, and returned to service.
Kingfisher  United States The 517-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Cleveland, Ohio. All six people on board survived.[23]
Noquebay  United States The wooden schooner caught fire and sank in Lake Superior off the coast of Stockton Island, in Chequamegon Bay on the coast of Wisconsin.
Pearl  United States The 76-gross register ton schooner was lost when she collided with an unidentified vessel in the Chesapeake Bay. All three people on board survived.[27]
St. Paul  United States The 2,440-gross register ton iron-hulled screw steamer was wrecked at Point Gorda on the coast of California. All 61 people on board survived.[9][198]

6 October

List of shipwrecks: 6 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Belle of Dover  United States The 38-gross register ton schooner sank in Pamlico Sound on the coast of North Carolina. Both people on board survived.[41]
USLHS Manzanita United States Lighthouse Service The Manzanita-class lighthouse tender was sunk in a collision with the dredge Columbia near Waterford Post Light in the Columbia River.[199]
Van Name and King  United States The 735-gross register ton schooner sank at sea with the loss of six of the eight people aboard.[27]

8 October

List of shipwrecks: 8 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Admiral  United States The 35-gross register ton motor fishing vessel was wrecked in the Yukon River at Andreafsky, Territory of Alaska. All eight people on board survived.[7][200]
Noquebay  United States The 684-gross register ton schooner burned at Presque Isle Point on the coast of Michigan. All six people on board survived.[27]
Veteran  United States The 14-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Herring Ledge on the coast of Maine. All four people aboard survived.[27]

10 October

List of shipwrecks: 10 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Berkley  United States The 223-gross register ton barge sank at New Haven, Connecticut. Both people on board survived.[167]
H. P. Barnes  United States The 30-gross register ton schooner was stranded. Both people on board survived.[23]

11 October

List of shipwrecks: 11 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Charles H. Burton  United States The 514-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Westfield, New York. All six people on board survived.[41]
John McCausland  United States The 33-gross register ton screw steamer caught fire off Turkey Point, New York. She was beached but was destroyed by the fire. Both people on board survived.[9][201]
May Flower  United States The 8-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Solomon on the Bering Sea coast of the Territory of Alaska. All six people aboard survived.[27]
Thomas B. Travers  United States The 38-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Tangier Beach, Virginia. Both people aboard survived.[27]

12 October

List of shipwrecks: 12 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Corwin H. Spencer  United States The 1,609-gross register ton sidewheel paddle steamer burned at Ivory Station, Missouri, just south of the St. Louis city limits, while being painted. All 22 people on board survived.[7][202]

13 October

List of shipwrecks: 13 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Elk  United States The 100-gross register ton paddle steamer struck an obstruction in the Mississippi River at Vicksburg, Mississippi, and sank. Using a line, she was partially pulled onto the riverbank between Vicksburg and Davis Bend, Mississippi, with her stern in 30 feet (9.1 m) of water. There were 13 people on board; sources differ as to whether they all survived or four crewmen were killed.[7][203]
John Reilly  United States During a voyage from Keewalik to Kotzebue, Territory of Alaska, with a crew of six and a cargo of ten tons of general merchandise aboard, the 200- or 220-gross register ton (sources disagree), 100-foot (30.5 m) sternwheel paddle steamer, a cargo vessel, was wrecked without loss of life in Kotzebue Sound on the beach four nautical miles (7.4 km; 4.6 mi) east of Cape Blossom.[9][157]

14 October

List of shipwrecks: 14 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Laura Madsen  United States The 345-gross register ton, 140-foot (42.7 m) schooner was crushed by ice at Point Barrow, Territory of Alaska, six weeks after being trapped there by the ice.[23][204] All eight people on board survived.[23]

15 October

List of shipwrecks: 15 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Edward  United States The 319-gross register ton barge burned in the Chesapeake Bay off Wolf Trap Light off the coast of Virginia. The only person on board survived.[30]
Louisville  United States The steamer sank at dock at Pinners Point.[205]
Sacramento  United States The 130-gross register ton schooner was stranded on the Coos Bay Bar on the coast of Oregon. All five people on board survived.[27]

16 October

List of shipwrecks: 16 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
HMS A4  Royal Navy The A-class submarine was sunk in a collision, or a flooding accident. She was refloated, and either repaired and returned to service, or not repaired and not recommissioned.[206]
Valencia  United States Carrying a crew of 62, three passengers, and 500 tons of general cargo on a voyage from Nome, Territory of Alaska, the 1,598-gross register ton, 252.7-foot (77.0 m) passenger steamer ran aground without loss of life while entering the harbor at Saint Michael, Territory of Alaska. After Valencia jettisoned 75 tons of cargo, the tug Meteor ( United States) helped her free herself and she resumed her voyage.[207]

17 October

List of shipwrecks: 17 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
May Fisher  United States The 52-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer sank at Baton Rouge, Louisiana. All seven people on board survived.[9]

18 October

List of shipwrecks: 18 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Alvin A. Turner  United States The 309-gross register ton screw steamer was going through Little Detroit Passage on the St. Marys River in Michigan when her wheel chains parted, resulting in her losing steering and grounding on rocks. She then caught fire and was destroyed. All nine people on board survived.[7][208]
John Reilly  United States The steamer was wrecked in the Territory of Alaska.[209]
Louise  United States The 126-gross register ton screw steamer was stranded near Pointe à la Hache, Louisiana. All 13 people on board survived.[9]
Nautilus  United States The yacht burned at dock at Fishers Island, New York.[210]

19 October

List of shipwrecks: 19 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Cygnet  United States The 12-gross register ton screw steamer was stranded in the Straits of Mackinac. All four people on board survived.[7]
D. R. Rhodes  United States The vessel, in a gale on Lake Huron, lost her towship, Joseph S. Fay, eventually wrecking on rocks near Cheboygan, Michigan.[211][212]
Elizabeth  United States The 25-gross register ton schooner barge or scow barge was lost when she struck a pier at Menominee, Michigan. Both people on board survived.[194]
Iver Lawson  United States The 149-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Horse Shoe Bay, Wisconsin. All four people on board survived.[23]
Joseph S. Fay  United States The 1,220-gross register ton screw steamer sprung a leak on Lake Huron during a gale and was beached or driven onto the rocks at Forty Mile Point on the coast of Michigan, where she broke up with the loss of one life. There were 13 survivors.[9][213][214]
Kaliyuga  United States The 1,941-gross register ton screw steamer foundered on Lake Huron in a gale. Lost with all 17 hands.[9][215][216]
Kate Lyons  United States The 201-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Holland, Michigan. All four people on board survived.[23]
Louise  United States The steamer's hull was holed on the Mississippi River 42 miles (68 km) below New Orleans, Louisiana. She rolled to port and sank, a total loss.[217]
Nautilus  United States The 24-gross register ton steam yacht burned at Fishers Island, New York, at the eastern end of Long Island Sound. All five people on board survived.[9]

20 October

List of shipwrecks: 20 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Alta  United States The 935-gross register ton schooner was stranded in Lake Superior on Grand Island, Michigan. All six people on board survived.[41]
Dora  United States The 177-gross register ton schooner departed Charleston, South Carolina, bound for New York City with five people on board and was never heard from again.[41]
Florence  United States During a voyage from Nome to Unalakleet, Territory of Alaska, with a crew of three aboard, the 10-gross register ton, 40-foot (12.2 m) schooner was wrecked on a bar 7 nautical miles (13 km; 8.1 mi) north of Egavik (or Egowik) (64.0403°N 160.9225°W / 64.0403; -160.9225 (Egavik)) during a gale with the loss of her captain. Her other two crew members survived.[194][218]
Galatea  United States The 610-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Grand Marais, Michigan. All six people aboard survived.[23]
Jay Ochs  United States The 18-gross register ton screw steamer sank in Lake Huron 3.5 nautical miles (6.5 km; 4.0 mi) south-southwest of Middle Isle. All five people on board survived.[7]
John V. Jones  United States The 200-gross register ton schooner was stranded 35 miles (56 km) northeast of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with the loss of two lives. There were three survivors.[23]
Mautenee  United States The 647-gross register ton schooner barge or scow barge was stranded at Pictou, Ontario. All six people aboard survived.[27]
Minnedosa  Canada While under tow with a cargo of grain during a snowstorm, the schooner barge disappeared and sank in Lake Huron near Harbor Beach, Michigan.
Nirvana  United States The 611-gross register ton schooner barge or scow barge sank at Grand Marais, Michigan. All six people on board survived.[27]
Sara Sheldon (or Sarah E. Sheldon)  United States The 693-gross register ton screw steamer sprung a leak in heavy seas on Lake Erie and was beached 600 yards (550 m) off the coast of Ohio 6 nautical miles (11 km; 6.9 mi) east of Lorain. A strong wind turned into a gale and broke her up. The gale capsized one of her lifeboats, killing two crewmen. Two tugs rescued the other 12 members of her crew.[9][219]
Siberia  United States The 1,892-gross register ton screw steamer sprung a leak in heavy seas and her machinery became disabled in Lake Erie about 30 miles (48 km) west of Long Point, Ontario. She was assisted by the steamer J. H. Wade ( United States) and was pushed close to shore off Long Point, where she sank in 22 feet (6.7 m) of water. All 15 people aboard survived. She was broken up by another gale before she could be raised.[9][220]
Tasmania  United States The 979-gross register ton schooner sank in Lake Erie south of Pelee Passage Light on the coast of Ontario, with the loss of all eight people on board.[27]
Vega  United States The 200-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Ludington, Michigan. All four people aboard survived.[27]
Yukon  United States The 1,602-gross register ton schooner sank in Lake Erie 3 nautical miles (5.6 km; 3.5 mi) north of the piers at Ashtabula, Ohio. All eight people aboard survived.[7]

23 October

List of shipwrecks: 23 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Hudson  United States The tug was caught between Huron and Ramapo (both  United States) and was sunk in Buffalo Creek, New York.[221]

24 October

List of shipwrecks: 24 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
May Flower  United States The 8-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Solomon on the Bering Sea coast of the Territory of Alaska. All six people aboard survived.[27]

25 October

List of shipwrecks: 25 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
James D. Leary  United States The 76-gross register ton steam screw tug burned in Newark Bay on the coast of New Jersey. All six people on board survived.[9][222]
Ogarita  United States The 604-gross register ton schooner burned in Lake Huron at Thunder Bay Island, Michigan. All six people on board survived.[27]

26 October

List of shipwrecks: 26 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Deudraeth Castle  United Kingdom The barque was abandoned off Cape Horn, Chile. Her crew were rescued by Pass of Killicrankie ( United Kingdom). Deudraeth Castle was on a voyage from South Shields, County Durham to Carrizal Bajo, Chile.[223]

28 October

List of shipwrecks: 28 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Alpha  United States The 33-gross register ton sloop was lost off New York City after colliding with the screw steamer Seneca ( United States). The only person on board survived.[41]
Cardenal Cisneros  Spanish Navy The Princesa de Asturias-class armored cruiser sank in the Atlantic Ocean off northern Spain without loss of life after striking an uncharted rock during a voyage from Muros to Ferrol.
Esther  United States The 16-gross register ton steam yacht burned at East St. Louis, Illinois, or Ivory Station, Missouri, according to different sources. All six people on board survived.[7][224]
Kentucky  United States The 43-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Sargentville, Maine. The only person on board survived.[23]

30 October

List of shipwrecks: 30 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Nettie  United States The 94-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer struck a drifting log and sank at Little Rock, Arkansas. All 11 people on board survived.[9][225]

31 October

List of shipwrecks: 31 October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Zelandia  Belgium The steamer was wrecked off Warkworth, England.[226]

Unknown date

List of shipwrecks: Unknown date October 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Mayaguez  United States With no one on board, the 9-gross register ton screw steamer sank at Ponce, Puerto Rico.[9]
Northwest  United States The 7-gross register ton schooner was stranded in East Moran Bay on the coast of Michigan. Both people on board survived.[27]

November

1 November

List of shipwrecks: 1 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Idella  United States The 6-gross register ton sloop was stranded in Narragansett Bay off Seaconnet Point on the coast of Rhode Island. Both people on board survived.[78]
R. J. Wilson  United States With no one on board, the 272-gross register ton scow sank off Bridgeport, Connecticut.[30]

2 November

List of shipwrecks: 2 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Appomattox  United States The 2,643-gross register ton wooden screw steamer ran aground in smoke and fog on the coast of Lake Michigan at North Point near Milwaukee, Wisconsin. All 18 people on board survived. She was declared a constructive total loss and abandoned.[7][227]

3 November

List of shipwrecks: 3 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Manitou  United States The 333-gross register ton schooner sank in Lake Ontario off Scotch Bonnet Light on Scotch Bonnet Island off the coast of Ontario. All six people on board survived.[23]

4 November

List of shipwrecks: 4 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Anglo Saxon  United States The 14-gross register ton, 46-foot (14.0 m) inland motor towing steamer was wrecked at Chiniak on the Territory of Alaska's Kodiak Island. Both men on board lost their lives. She was deemed a total loss, but nonetheless was salvaged, repaired, and returned to service.[7][200]
Mayflower  United States The 14-gross register ton, 34.6-foot (10.5 m) schooner was wrecked and abandoned in the Territory of Alaska at a place described in the wreck report as on Kalsinsia Reef in Chignik Bay west of the Semendi Islands at 56°30′N 158°30′W. Conflicting information in various reports make it unclear whether the wreck took place in Chignik Bay on the south coast of the Alaska Peninsula or on Kalsin Reef in Chiniak Bay in the Kodiak Archipelago near Kodiak.[228]

5 November

List of shipwrecks: 5 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Blackadder  Norway The clipper ship foundered off Bahia, Brazil.[229]
Grace Virginia  United States The 75-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer burned to the waterline and sank in the Ohio River at New Matamoras, Ohio. Both people on board survived.[7][230]

7 November

List of shipwrecks: 7 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Margery (or Marjorie or Marjory)  United States The 10-gross register ton, 35-foot (10.7 m) schooner was driven ashore and wrecked in a gale on the south-central coast of the Territory of Alaska, either on the east side of Sanborn Harbor (55°10′N 160°04′W) or in Eagle Harbor on the western shore of Nagai Island in the Shumagin Islands, according to different reports. Her crew of two survived.[228][231]

8 November

List of shipwrecks: 8 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Abbie  United States The 87-gross register ton schooner sank at Portage Lake Harbor of Refuge in Michigan. All three people on board survived.[41]

9 November

List of shipwrecks: 9 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Emma  United States The steamer caught fire in the Great Wicomico River and she was scuttled to extinguish the fire.[232]

10 November

List of shipwrecks: 10 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
May M  United States The 41-gross register ton motor vessel burned at Ipswich, Massachusetts. All three people on board survived.[9]
Nellie Coleman  United States The 160-gross register ton schooner departed Squaw Harbor on the Territory of Alaska's Unga Island bound for Seattle, Washington, with 12 people aboard and was never heard from again.[27]

12 November

List of shipwrecks: 12 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Elheurah  United States The barge was sunk in a collision with Powhatan ( United States) near Pomham Light in the Providence River. The crew were saved by a boat from the barge Ira A. Allen. Later raised.[233]
Ira A. Allen  United States The 199-gross register ton barge was sunk in a collision with the screw steamer Powhatan ( United States) near Pomham Light in the Providence River in Rhode Island. The crew of two abandoned ship in a lifeboat and survived. She later was raised.[30][234]
R. J. Hackett  United States The 1,129-gross register ton screw steamer caught fire and was either abandoned or deliberately run aground on Whaleback Reef off Washington Island in Green Bay on the coast of Wisconsin and sank. All 13 or 14 (sources disagree) crew members were rescued by the steamer Stewart Edward ( United States).[9][235]

13 November

List of shipwrecks: 13 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
B. W. Parker  United States The 1,476-gross register ton schooner sank off Cleveland, Ohio. All eight people aboard survived.[41]
Mary Ann  United States The 102-gross register ton, 88.3-foot (26.9 m) cod-fishing schooner was wrecked during a gale in the harbor at Unga, Territory of Alaska. Her entire crew of four or 10 (sources disagree) survived.[27][228]
Nellie Mason  United States The 554-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Cleveland, Ohio. All six people on board survived.[27]

14 November

List of shipwrecks: 14 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Point Abino  United States The 204-gross register ton screw steamer sprung a leak in Lake St. Clair or the St. Clair Flats Canal in Michigan (sources disagree) and was beached. All eight people on board survived, but she was a total loss.[9][236]

15 November

List of shipwrecks: 15 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Anna Tardy  United States The 71-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer was lost when she struck a snag in the Red River of the South at Miggs Ferry, Louisiana. All 14 people on board survived.[7]

16 November

List of shipwrecks: 16 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Frank Pendelton  United States The barge was sunk in a collision with Kershaw ( United States) in the harbor of Norfolk, Virginia off Lamberts Point.[237]
Widgeon  United States The 16-gross register ton schooner was stranded on Block Island off the coast of Rhode Island. All three people aboard survived.[7]

17 November

List of shipwrecks: 17 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
SMS S126  Imperial German Navy The S126-class destroyer sank with the loss of 33 lives after being cut in two in a collision with the light cruiser SMS Undine ( Imperial German Navy). The two halves were salvaged in 1906, and she was repaired and recommissioned in 1908.[238][239][240]

18 November

List of shipwrecks: 18 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Hilda  United Kingdom

The steamship ran aground on La Pierre des Portes reef, Saint-Malo, France with the loss of 125 lives.

20 November

List of shipwrecks: 20 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Katie Flickinger  United States The 472-gross register ton barkentine was stranded at Redondo Beach, California. All nine people on board survived.[23]
Maud M. Story  United States The 75-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Sambro, Nova Scotia. All 14 people aboard survived.[27]

21 November

List of shipwrecks: 21 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Fairhope  United States The 93-gross register ton screw steamer burned at Fairhope, Alabama. All six people aboard survived.[7]
Pasadena  United States The 596-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Fernandina, Florida.All seven people on board survived.[27]

22 November

List of shipwrecks: 22 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Agnes T. Parks  United States The steamer burned to the waters edge at Lowry, Louisiana.[241]
Rebecca  United States The tow steamer ran into Pier 70 South, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and was run into by the scow she was towing causing her to careen over and sink. The vessel was scheduled to be raised.[242]

23 November

List of shipwrecks: 23 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
HMS Forte  Royal Navy Serving as a coal hulk, the decommissioned screw frigate was destroyed by an accidental fire at Sheerness.[243]

24 November

List of shipwrecks: 24 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Gem  United States The 13-gross register ton screw steamer was stranded on Spectacle Island in Boston Harbor on the coast of Massachusetts. Both people on board survived.[31]
Golden Ray  United States The 58-gross register ton schooner sank off Plum Gut, New York. All three people on board survived.[23]
Progress  United States The 1,596-gross register ton screw steamer was stranded at Green Bay, Wisconsin. All 16 people on board survived.[9]
Spirit  United States The tug struck an obstruction at Duluth, Minnesota, and sank. She later was raised.[244]

25 November

List of shipwrecks: 25 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Bella  United States The 180-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Ocean Beach, Oregon. All six people on board survived.[41]
Pargo  United States The 25-gross register ton schooner burned at Cape Sable, Florida. All three people on board survived.[27]

27 November

List of shipwrecks: 27 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Charles E. Sears  United States The 180-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Chatham, Massachusetts. All four people on board survived.[41]
Mataafa  United States Mataafa Storm: The bulk carrier was wrecked in a severe wind and snow storm on Lake Superior just outside the harbor at Duluth, Minnesota. Trying to enter the harbor she struck bottom losing steerage, then hit a pier. After that they tried to take her back out into the lake but the engine quit causing her to ground 700 yards (640 m) offshore where she broke in two. All nine crewman on the aft section died. Fifteen survivors on the forward section were rescued after 20 hours. She later was refloated, repaired, and returned to service.[245][246]

28 November

List of shipwrecks: 28 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Amboy  United States Mataafa Storm: The sailing barge was driven ashore and wrecked in a severe wind and snow storm on Lake Superior seven miles (11 km) east of Duluth, Minnesota after being cut loose by her tow George Spencer ( United States).[247]
Cresent City  United States Mataafa Storm: The steamer was driven ashore and wrecked in a severe wind and snow storm on Lake Superior at Thomasville, Minnesota.[248]
George Herbert  United States Mataafa Storm: The 362-gross register ton scow was stranded at Two Islands, Minnesota, with the loss of three lives. There were nine survivors.[30]
George Spencer  United States Mataafa Storm: The 1,360-gross register ton screw steamer was driven ashore in a severe wind and snowstorm on Lake Superior at Thomasville, Minnesota, seven miles (11 km) east of Duluth, Minnesota. All 12 people on board survived. She later was refloated.[7][249]
Harvey Bissell  United States Mataafa Storm: The 496-gross register ton schooner sank in Thunder Bay on the coast of Michigan. All six people on board survived.[23]
Ira H. Owen  United States Mataafa Storm: The 1,753-gross register ton iron-hulled screw steamer sank in Lake Superior off the Apostle Islands in a severe wind and snowstorm. All 17 people on board survived.[9][250]
Isaac L. Ellwood  United States Mataafa Storm: The steamer struck two docks entering harbor at Duluth, Minnesota due to high seas and current and sank.[251]
J. H. Outhwaite  United States Mataafa Storm: The 1,304-gross register ton steam screw bulk carrier was driven ashore and wrecked in a severe wind and snowstorm in the Straits of Mackinac at Little Point Sable near Cheboygan, Michigan. She then was destroyed by fire. All 14 people on board survived.[9][252]
J. M. Spaulding  United States Mataafa Storm: The 71-gross register ton schooner barge or scow barge was stranded at Fort Gratiot, Michigan. All four people on board survived.[23]
Lafayette  United States Mataafa Storm: The 5,113-gross register ton iron-hulled screw steamer was driven ashore in a severe wind and snowstorm on Encampment Island on Lake Superior and broke in two. Either all 26 people survived or one crewman was killed, according to different sources. The vessel was a total loss. The aft section was salvaged in 1906 and scrapped in 1908 with the engine placed in another ship.[9][253][254]
Madeira  United States Mataafa Storm: After her towing vessel, the steamer William Edenborn ( United States), cut her her loose during a blizzard on Lake Superior, the 5,039-gross register ton iron-hulled schooner-barge was driven ashore on Gold Rock, north of Split Rock Lighthouse on the coast of Minnesota, and broke up. One crewman was killed. Her 10 survivors were rescued by the tug Edna G. two days later.[23][255]
Majestic  United States The tow steamer burned and sank at Burlington, New Jersey.[256]
Mary Mitchell  United States Mataafa Storm: The schooner was driven ashore and wrecked in a severe wind and snow storm on Lake Superior at Point Nipigon near Cheboygan, Michigan after being cut loose by her tow J. H. Outhwaite ( United States).[257]
R. W. England  United States Mataafa Storm: The steamer was driven ashore in a severe wind and snow storm on Lake Superior near Minnesota Point. One crewman killed. Later raised.[258]
Vega  United States Mataafa Storm: In a severe wind and snowstorm on Lake Michigan, the 2,143-gross register ton iron-hulled screw steamer was driven ashore and wrecked on rocks on South Fox Island in the Fox Islands off Michigan, where she broke in two and was pounded to pieces by the surf. All 15 people on board survived.[9][259]
William Edenborn  United States Mataafa Storm: The steamer was driven ashore in a severe wind and snow storm on Lake Superior near Split Rock, Minnesota. Pulled off by tugs on 1 December.[260]
William E. Corey  United States Mataafa Storm: The steamer was driven ashore in a severe wind and snow storm on Lake Superior on Gull Island in the Apostle Islands. Pulled off by tugs on 10 December.[261][262]

29 November

List of shipwrecks: 29 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Chas. Stewart Parnell  United States The 1,739-gross register ton screw steamer burned at Squaw Island in Lake Michigan. All 17 people on board survived.[7]
Coralia  United States The steamer stranded on Point Isabelle on Lake Superior in a gale.[263]

30 November

List of shipwrecks: 30 November 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Father and Sons  United States The 16-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Harbor Island, North Carolina. The only person on board survived.[41]
Delawanna  United States While under tow by the steamer Scranton ( United States), the 698-gross register ton schooner barge foundered 8 nautical miles (15 km; 9.2 mi) southeast of Minots Ledge Light in Massachusetts Bay. Four crew, three men and a woman, died. One was rescued.[41][264]

Unknown date

List of shipwrecks: Unknown date 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Nellie Coleman  United States Carrying her captain, his wife, 20 crewmen, perhaps as many as eight passengers, and a cargo of 65,000 codfish, the 160-gross register ton, 97-foot (29.6 m) cod-fishing schooner departed Squaw Harbor (55.2433°N 160.5533°W / 55.2433; -160.5533 (Squaw Harbor)), Territory of Alaska, bound for Seattle, Washington, sometime between 7 and 10 November and was never seen again. Fifteen bodies washed ashore at Cape Yakataga on the Alaskan coast later in November, and a mentally ill Frenchman on Unimak Island in the Aleutian Islands was discovered wearing a dress that had belonged to the captain′s wife.[265]

December

1 December

List of shipwrecks: 1 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Laynesville  United States The laid up steamer sank at the mouth of the Big Sandy River. Later raised.[266]

2 December

List of shipwrecks: 2 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Dreadnaught  United States The 13-gross register ton schooner sank in St. Andrew Sound on the coast of Georgia. The only person on board survived.[41]
Thomas A. Goddard  United States The 643-gross register ton schooner barge or scow barge was stranded at Nags Head, North Carolina. All 10 people aboard survived.[27]

3 December

List of shipwrecks: 3 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Twilight  United States The steamer was wrecked when she went over the Dam at Lock No. 2 near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.[267]

4 December

List of shipwrecks: 4 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Gladys  United States The 60-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer vessel was lost when she struck a wharf at Frankfort, Kentucky. All five people on board survived.[7]

5 December

List of shipwrecks: 5 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
J. Duvall  United States The 311-gross register ton schooner was lost when she collided with the screw steamer James B. Colgate ( United States) at Farsons Island, Ontario. All five people on board survived.[23]

6 December

List of shipwrecks: 6 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Arthur II  United States The 16-gross register ton schooner burned at Keansburg, New Jersey. Both people aboard survived.[41]

7 December

List of shipwrecks: 7 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Rosalie  United States The steamer caught fire at dock at the foot of Fifty-Sixth street, Brooklyn. The fire was put out by USAT McClellan ( United States Army) with assistance from the New York City Fire Department, but the water swamped her and she sank.[268]

8 December

List of shipwrecks: 8 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Lizzie Bay  United States The steamer sank in seven feet (2.1 m) of water in a collision with a coal fleet at Ludlow, Kentucky.[269]
Robert Bruce  United States The 47-gross register ton sternwheel motor paddle vessel burned in Bayou Lafourche 6–7 miles (9.7–11.3 km) below Lockport, Louisiana. All six people on board survived.[9][270]

10 December

List of shipwrecks: 10 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Ariete  Spanish Navy The Ariete-class torpedo boat was destroyed by fire in the drydock at the Carraca Arsenal, at Cadiz, Spain.[271]
Maine  United States The 7-gross register ton sloop was stranded at Napeague, New York. The only person on board survived.[78]
Rayo  Spanish Navy The Ariete-class torpedo boat was destroyed by fire in the drydock at the Carraca Arsenal, at Cadiz, Spain.[272]
Zillah  United States The 18-gross register ton motor vessel burned at dock at Port Bolivar, Texas, due to a lamp exploding. All three people on board survived.[30][273]

11 December

List of shipwrecks: 11 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
LV-58 Nantucket United States Lighthouse Service The lightvessel sank off Nantucket.[274]

12 December

List of shipwrecks: 12 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Mount Pleasant  United States The 20-gross register ton motor vessel burned at Plantation Key in Florida. All three people on board survived.[9]
Ofelia  United States The 11-gross register ton schooner was lost when she collided with an unnamed barge in Galveston Bay on the coast of Texas. The only person on board survived.[27]

13 December

List of shipwrecks: 13 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Pepe Ramirez  United States The 450-gross register ton schooner departed New York City bound for Brunswick, Georgia, with eight people on board and was never heard from again.[27]

14 December

List of shipwrecks: 14 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Rose Hite  United States The steamer was sunk, along with an unnamed coal flat, in a collision with John F. Klein ( United States) in the Monongahela River near Thompson's Landing, Pennsylvania. Four crewmen killed.[275]
Sun  United States The packet ship struck a snag in Mobile Bay on the coast of Alabama and sank. She was refloated and repaired.[276]

15 December

List of shipwrecks: 15 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Bath  United States The 1,192-gross register ton iron-hulled barge sank off Cape Charles on the coast of Virginia with the loss of all six people on board.[30]
Pendleton Sisters  United States The 798-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Chincoteague, Virginia, with the loss of one life. There were six survivors.[27]

16 December

List of shipwrecks: 16 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Alert  United States The screw steamer sank in a collision with an unnamed car float being towed by the steamer Transfer No. 7 ( United States) off Blackwells Island in Hell Gate in the East River in New York City. All 10 people aboard survived.[7][277]
Edward L. Mayberry  United States The 656-gross register ton bark sank in the North Atlantic Ocean at 36°08′N 071°14′W. All nine people on board survived.[41]
Glades  United States The steamer foundered at dock at Frankfort, Kentucky.[278]
Guy Hunter  United States The 56-gross register ton sidewheel paddle steamer struck an obstruction and either sank or was stranded (sources disagree) in nine feet (2.7 m) of water in Lake Maurepas in Louisiana. All nine people on board survived.[7][279]
Meeker  United States The steamer's caulking in her seams was damaged by ice and she sank at La Grange, Illinois. Raised, repaired, and returned to service.[280]

17 December

List of shipwrecks: 17 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Thomas J. Yorke Jr.  United States The tug sank at dock at East Boston, Massachusetts due to a valve being left open. Immediately raised.[281]

19 December

List of shipwrecks: 19 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Amelia M. Price  United States The 58-gross register ton schooner was lost in the Chesapeake Bay off Point No Point, Maryland, with the loss of one life after colliding with the screw steamer Baltimore ( United States). There were two survivors.[41]
P. R. R. 704  United States The 196-gross register ton barge was lost when she struck a pier at Elizabethport, New Jersey. The only person on board survived.[30]

20 December

List of shipwrecks: 20 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Pirate  United States During a voyage from Eagle Harbor (57°25′34″N 152°43′16″W) on Kodiak Island to Pirate Cove (55°21′40″N 160°21′50″W) on Popof Island in the Shumagin Islands carrying a crew of either two or four (sources disagree) and a cargo of 20 tons of salted codfish, the 20-gross register ton, 45.4-foot (13.8 m) scow schooner was wrecked without loss of life during a snow squall on a rocky point at Red Bluff (55°17′30″N 160°26′30″W) in Pirate Cove.[231][282]
Portland  United States The steamer stranded on Spire Island Reef, Territory of Alaska.[283]

21 December

List of shipwrecks: 21 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Baker  United States The 996-gross register ton schooner barge or scow barge burned in the North Atlantic Ocean off Atlantic City, New Jersey. All three people on board survived.[41]
Coot  United States With no one on board, the 11-gross register ton sloop-rigged yacht burned at North Haven, Maine.[194]
John W. Thomas  United States The steamer was caught in a severe windstorm at Tell City, Indiana blowing her into an object that broke in her side and she sank. During an attempt to raise her she caught fire and everything above water burned.[284]
Pioneer  United States The motor vessel sprung a leak in harbor at Love Point, Maryland and was beached.[285]

23 December

List of shipwrecks: 23 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Fannie Reiche  United States The 463-gross register ton schooner was lost when she collided with the schooner Martha E. Wallace ( United States) off Winter Quarter Light, Virginia. All seven people on board survived.[194]
Jennie Stella  United States The 292-gross register ton schooner was stranded on the coast of Mexico near Barra de Navidad. All seven people on board survived.[23]

24 December

List of shipwrecks: 24 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
C. H. Moore  United States The 17-gross register ton schooner was stranded at Southern Beach, Virginia. All three people on board survived.[41]
Shetland  United States The 643-gross register ton bark was stranded on Cabo Corrientes on the western end of Cuba. All 10 people on board survived.[27]
Westover  United States The freighter grounded on Executive Rock in Long Island Sound. Refloated by a wrecking company on 1 January 1906.[286]

25 December

List of shipwrecks: 25 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Nokomis  United States The 295-gross register ton schooner sank in the Gulf of Mexico at 28°00′N 88°00′W. All five people on board survived.[27]

26 December

List of shipwrecks: 26 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Challenger  United States The bark caught fire between Killisnoo, Alaska and Osaka, Japan on 6 December. Scuttled in Minabe Bay, Japan on 26 December. Declared a total loss on 11 January 1906.[287]

27 December

List of shipwrecks: 27 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Challenger  United States The 1,456-gross register ton bark was stranded on the coast of Japan at Minabe Bay. All 15 people on board survived.[41]

31 December

List of shipwrecks: 31 December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Baden  United States The 1,128-gross register ton iron-hulled barge was stranded at Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, with the loss of all six people on board.[30]
Roberta  United States The 94-gross register ton sternwheel paddle steamer sank in the Red River of the South at Grand Ecore, Louisiana, with the loss of two lives. There were 13 survivors.[9]

Unknown date

List of shipwrecks: Unknown date December 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Willie  United States With no one on board, the 16-gross register ton schooner sank in Trinity Bay on the coast of Texas.[167]

Unknown date

List of shipwrecks: Unknown date 1905
ShipCountryDescription
Arctic Bird  United States The 38-gross register ton, 50-foot (15.2 m) sternwheel paddle steamer was wrecked on the Karluk River in the Territory of Alaska. Some of her machinery was salvaged.[200]
Bohemia No. 1  United States The lighter was lost at Naknek, Territory of Alaska.[138]
Candahar  Norway The full-rigged ship was wrecked at Noumea, New Caledonia.[288]
Francis Alice  United States The 131-gross register ton two-masted schooner was wrecked in the Bering Sea and was declared a total loss. Her crew of six survived.[23][218]
Francis Allen  United States The schooner was lost in the Bering Sea.[218]
George W. Elder  United States The passenger-cargo ship struck a rock in the Columbia River and sank. She was refloated, repaired, and returned to service.
White Rose  United States The steamer filled with water and sank at Gramercy, Louisiana sometime in the fall of 1905. vessel not raised by end of 1906.[289]
William and John  United States The schooner was lost at Cape Saint Elias in the Territory of Alaska.[290]

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Ship events in 1905
Ship launches: 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910
Ship commissionings: 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910
Ship decommissionings: 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910
Shipwrecks: 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910
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