Wreck of HMS Raleigh
Just three years after her launching, this British light cruiser went ashore near Point Amour on August 8, 1922. The Raleigh was en route to Forteau Bay, where the officers were planning to go salmon fishing. The ship lay upright near shore for four years, after which time the British Admiralty ordered an explosives team to demolish her. A marked hiking trail at Point Amour will lead you to scattered rusting fragments that still litter the beach.