St. James 24 Gun Spanish Warship
Ran aground at Heene, Worthing in January 1644. Ship and cargo later sailed to London and returned to owners.
Teignmouth Sailing Vessel
Wrecked on Worthing beach in October 1834.
Elima Sailing Lugger
Wrecked off Worthing beach in June 1860.
Ran ashore off Navarino Road, Worthing and broke up in February 1883.
Lovely Druina Ketch
Sunk off Worthing in September 1887.
Albert H.Locke Brig Collier
Off Worthing Pier in June 1888.
King Carl XV Schooner
Ran aground off Steyne in November 1891 and later broke up.
Crew of 11 abandoned ship off Worthing but were lost when lifeboat capsized in November 1894. Coastguards apparently did not see the incident and Worthing lifeboat was not launched. Later an RNLI inquiry exonerated the lifeboat from any failure of duty. The crew were buried in Broadwater Cemetery.
Off Worthing beach in July 1895. Crew rescued by lifeboat.
Off Half Brick Inn, East Worthing after collision in fog with City Of Washington which took the crew to Newhaven, in March 1901. Indiana cargo of oranges and lemons were washed ashore and retrieved in large quantities by locals. Wreck later blown up due to being a hazard to shipping.
Wrecked off Goring in February 1915. Worthing lifeboat capsized and one of the crew lost.
Torpedoed off Worthing Pier in April 1917.