Sub Marine Explorer. Built - 1864-1865, Brooklyn, New York. Operated 1866-1869. Abandoned - 1869. Location - Isla San Telmo, Pearl Islands, Panama. This is a picture of the Sub Marine Explorer at low tide.
The Skeleton Coast is named after the beached whale and seal bones which covered the shore when the whaling industry was still active, as well as the skeletal shipwrecks caused by rocks offshore in the fog. More than a thousand vessels of various sizes and areas litter the coast.