The SS Cotopaxi, a streamer ship which is believed to have gone missing in the Bermuda Triangle for 90 years, has been allegedly found. The Cuban Coast Guard said to have seen an unmanned ship traveling around the North Atlantic Sea, which is assumed to be the missing SS Cotopaxi.
Based on the narrative, the Cuban authorities said to have spotted it on May 16, 2018. So, as a result, the Cuban Coast Guard made some attempts to communicate with the crew of the mysterious ship. However, the local authorities were in shock when they investigated the mysterious ship. As it turned out, there were no people found inside it and is believed to have been abandoned for years.
Soon after, the Cuban Coast Guard held an extensive search inside the abandoned ship. This led to the discovery of the captain’s logbook, which is immediately associated with the owner of the missing steamer ship, the Clinchfield Navigation Company.
However, there is no direct link proving that it is the SS Cotopaxi. Up until now, the missing streaming ship is still an unsolved mystery and the legend of the Bermuda Triangle has yet to be scientifically explained.
Going down to memory lane, the SS Cotopaxi—believed to be voyaging from South Carolina, USA to Havana, Cuba—mysteriously vanished into the thin air on November 29, 1925.
In case you’re unaware, The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, is a loosely-defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean. It is known as a location where a lot of aircraft and ships gone mysteriously missing.
Since then, numerous theoretical claims started to come out upon explaining its mysterious disappearance. Perhaps the most famous of all, SS Cotopaxi is believed to be lost in the Bermuda Triangle.