A Wreck is a naturally occurring structure found in the Shipwrecked DLC. It can occasionally be encountered in the Ocean biome, on dark-colored "ship graveyard" tiles, and in the Coral Reef biome. It appears a broken down part of a sunken ship. It is covered with Limpets and can be harvested every 3 days to yield 1-3 Limpets. It can be hammered down to obtain 1 Boards, but doing so may summon a Pirate Ghost.
Some Wrecks have names, randomly chosen from the following list:
|Mary Celeste||Orca||Golden Hind|
|Santa Maria||Piper Maru||Mississinewa|
|Nomadic||Baron of Renfrew||Batavia|
- Nautilus may be a reference to the fictional submarine featured in Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, a novel by Jules Verne.
- Mackay-Bennett may be a reference to the first ship that was contracted to recover bodies from Titanic disaster.
- Mary Celeste may be a reference to a cargo ship, crew of which have disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
- Beagle may be a reference to the ship that took Charles Darwin on his voyage around the world.
- Monitor may be a reference to an American Civil War era ship that plays a central role in Battle of Hampton Roads.
- Santa Maria is a reference to the ship that took Christopher Columbus on his first voyage.
- Bluenose may be a reference to Canadian ship, featured on Canadian currency.
- Adriatic may be a reference to the first ship to have an indoor swimming pool on board.
- Nomadic may be a reference to the only surviving tender to Titanic.
- Mauretania may be a reference to the ship which held the record for fastest transatlantic crossing for 20 years from 1909.
- Endeavour is a reference to the ship commanded by James Cook on his first voyage of discovery.
- Mont-Blanc may be a reference to the ship carrying the explosives which resulted in Halifax Explosion.
- Caine may be a reference to the ship featured in The Caine Mutiny, a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Herman Wouk.
- Orca may be a reference to the boat used to hunt down the shark in Jaws.
- Nellie may be a reference to the boat featured in Heart of Darkness, a novel by Joseph Conrad.
- Piper Maru may be a reference to the ship featured in the eponymous episode of TV series The X-Files.
- Minnow may be a reference to a boat featured in TV sitcom Gilligan's Island.
- Syracusia may be a reference to an ancient large transport ship, designed by Archimedes.
- Baron of Renfrew may be a reference to one of the largest wooden ships ever built.
- Ariel may be a reference to a ship that narrowly lost the Great Tea Race of 1866.
- African Queen may be a reference to the historic boat used in the movie with the same name.
- Resolution may be a reference to the ship used by James Cook on his explorations.
- Pelican and Golden Hind are references to the ship which sailed around the world between 1577 and 1580. The name of the ship was changed mid-voyage.
- Hispaniola is a reference to the ship featured in Treasure Island, a novel by Robert Louis Stevenson.
- Mississinewa may be a reference to a ship sunk in World War II.
- Pequod may be a reference to the whaling ship featured in Moby-Dick, a novel by Herman Melville.
- Edmund Fitzgerald is a reference to the largest ship ever sunk in North America's Great Lakes. The sinking has been memorialized in the song "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald", by Gordon Lightfoot.
- Batavia may be a reference to a ship that was shipwrecked on her first voyage.
- Blackadder may be a reference to a ship that was shipwrecked in 1905.
- If sailing next to a Wreck, it's possible to hear eerie sounds, such as creaks and echoes.
- After leaving the Volcano, Limpets may be shown on a Wreck even though it cannot already be picked yet.