Check out these 5 sea monsters attacking a boat! From a great white to a giant deep sea monster, this top 10 list of ocean creatures charging boats has some of the strangest creatures from the deep ocean!
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5. UB-85 vs. Sea Monster
Coming in at number 5 is probably one of the most well known accounts of a sea monster wreaking havoc on a submarine. In World War I, German submarines prowled the Atlantic just looking for trouble. Little did they know, other subs were the least of their worries. On April 30, 1918, the UB-85 was discovered by a British patrol boat named Coreopsis floating on top of the water.
4. U-28 Schmidt vs. Sea Monster
Up next at number four is the battle of the U-28 Schmidt. Though mystery still surrounds the UB-85 attack, it wasn’t the only one to experience a sea monster during World War I. The U-28 Schmidt also had a terrifying ordeal on July 30, 1915. The U-28 Schmidt was prowling around outside Fastnet Rock near Ireland when it came upon a British steamer Iberian.
3. Edward Brian McCleary vs. Sea Monster
Sliding in at number three is a battle recounted by Edward Brian McCleary that proves sea monsters don’t just have a thing for the Germans, apparently they love to scare teenagers, too. On March 24th, 1962 five teenage friends named Eric, Warren, Larry, Brad and Edward set out to see the USS Massachusetts that had been sunk by the navy off the coast of Pensacola after it was decommissioned. To them, it seemed like the perfect place to scuba dive.
2. Bambataska Bay Fishermen vs. Sea Monster
Number two on our list is the fight of the Bambataska Bay Fisherman. One night in 1889, four villagers of Majanga were out fishing in their long canoe when a fierce serpentine head came blasting up from the water. They estimated it to be around 100 feet long, thick as a barrel with a snake shaped head and large dark green scales. The fisherman began to row to shore as quick as they could but before they could reach land the sea monster snatched the canoe into its jaws and sent the men flying.
1.Armament of Hingham vs. Sea Monster
Finally, rounding out our list at number one is the battle featuring the Armament of Hingham off the coast of Gloucester, Massachusetts. This attack might be lesser known, but it is definitely just as mysterious. On May 16, 1818 Joseph Woodward aboard the fishing boat Armament of Hingham recounted his frightening interaction with a sea serpent in an article published in the Essex Patriot.