Hello; There's a difference between a boat crash and a ship that's being intentional beached. So it can be stripped down. Is there a reason most of these ships are charging at the dock like that? The land is kind of hard to miss, so there must be a reason. I'm no expert but it seems like a lot of these "crashes" happened at the same place. And they looked intentional. Also I noticed a bunch of have dismantled ships at the same location. I somehow get the feeling that thats a place where they retire ships. As most commenters have noted most of these "crashes" were ships intentional grounded to be scrapped. The last ship was one of several that were beached during the 2011 Japan tsunami. There's a difference between wrecks/crashes and deliberately "beaching" a ship at a ship breaking yard to be recycled at the end of its life span. A huge percentage of these clips were actually not wrecks. Many of these are intentional beachings for boats at the end of the useful lives :) Still fun but not crashes. That first one makes me gasp and smile at the same time. I can just imagine the captain looking shocked, then going "Well, we stopped"