3. USAT Liberty – Bali, Indonesia
In 1942, the USAT Liberty was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine, leaving it beached on the black sand in Bali.
In 1963, a volcanic eruption pushed the rusting ship into the ocean where it now lies underwater 30 miles offshore. The wreckage has been broken apart over time, so you can’t swim inside of it. However, you can still see its rusted guns and artillery. The entire ship was massive, 394-feet in length to be exact, and it’s now covered in dazzling soft corals, sea fans, and anemones. Scuba divers have also witnessed barracudas and Lizardfish swimming around during their explorations!