41 thoughts on “The Ship Sinkers | Free Documentary”
  1. I absolutely love that they are making these ships into artificial reefs cause that's super awesome and very much needed!! Love this idea!! More people need to do stuff like this…Helping nature not destroying it.

  2. Recycling the explosives is the art of the old grandpa fart. Recycling of a single molecular elements is the love of universe that is the ultimate OWNER of all atoms. I beg you recycle all, even single scrap of iron.

  3. BLA-BLAH…BLA-BLAH…BLA-BLAH…AND YOU CAN'T KEEP A FREAKING LARGE TUG BOAT AVAILABLE?!? AND, AS IF THE EXPLOSIONS THAT SINK A SHIP AREN'T SPECTACULAR ENOUGH…FOLKS IN NEW ZEALAND NEED "PYROTECHNICS???"
    BS

  4. Now just because artaficial reafs are good dosent mean the navys need to start dumping 100s of ships at the bottom once china catches on they will be sinking them with out cleaning they will be filling them with garbage first besides its not like diving on a real ship wreck were every thing was left as their last moments of fight

  5. At first i thought they were gust excuse to get ride of their ships but after watching discovery you can see ship wrecks are great for envirment and its great when they take all the polutants out first

  6. If something goes wrong at least he can blame it on the wind. Bet he wishes the out was that easy every time one didn’t go as planned. Lol. The way some people act and their artificial front they put up when around people fascinate me. It’s sad

  7. Something about having my fingers in the pinch/cutting off zone after hinging a 100 pound door upright and above me. Doesn’t sit right with me. Ever had a toilet seat fall after lifting it up ? Imagine it weighing 100 pounds and climbing in the toilet with your fingers around the 1/4 inch steel rim. Primed for the chance of removal. No thanks

  8. Cut holes all in a ship and remove or sever all the piping and ya want to fill some sections with water, pre sinking and wonder why it won’t hold water. Ok crew ! Remove everything and cut holes everywhere possible air could trap, but leave some sections to be water tight for the prep of the sinking. Why won’t the damn thing hold water. It’s leaking somewhere. 😂 🥴 🤔 🤔

  9. I never would have imagined that sinking a derelict ship could be such a complicated and challenging task. What I truly appreciated was the care and devotion to preserving and protecting the environment, down to the last drop of hydraulic oil! A magnificent job and my blessings to this wonderful crew.

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