Tag:historic=wreck

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Public-images-osm logo.svg historic = wreck
LovilleWreckRedsea.jpg
Description
A nautical craft that has unintentionally been sunk or destroyed.
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
See also
Wikidata
Wikidata-logo.svgQ852190
Status: ApprovedPage for proposal

A wreck is a nautical craft that has unintentionally been sunk or destroyed. A wreck can persist for many centuries and can be a hazard or a point of interest. Technically, ships that are intentionally sunk are not wrecks (e.g. Wikipedia-16px.png HMS Scylla).

Description

Wreck locations are of interest to:

  • shipping and harbor management
  • fishing
  • divers

Wrecks can be in one or more significant parts (due to current movement, etc). Occasionally there are wreck debris fields even when the wreck cannot be located.

historic=wreck
Physical. Node/Area.

Optional fields (with examples):

name=Yolanda
wreck:date_sunk=1980-12-28
wreck:depth=24m
wreck:clearance=20m
wreck:date_commissioned=1964
wreck:gross_tonnage=1907t
wreck:length=74.8m
wreck:width=11.7m
wreck:cargo=porcelain
wreck:visible_at_low_tide=yes/no
wreck:visible_at_high_tide=yes/no
access=yes or no or permit_required
wikidata=Q18763256

Dates stored in Wikipedia-16px.png ISO 8601 format.

Wreck clearance is the depth to the top of the wreck. All depths are based on Wikipedia-16px.png chart datum.

"historic"="wreck_debris"
"name"="Yolanda Anchor"
"wreck_debris:depth"="24m"
Physical. Node/Area.

Marine Mapping

For marine mapping, it is of interest to know the clearance over the wreck, position of masts or funnels, whether the depth have been verified by sonar, divers, or the wreck have been swept. It is also of interest to know if a wreck is stranded or not.

See also: OpenSeaMap/Wrecks

Rendering

Wrecks should be rendered at close zoom levels as there are very many wrecks near coastlines (especially in the UK).

WreckIcon.png or Wreck.png