George M. Verity, a 1927 sternwheel towboat owned by the Keokuk River Museum, suffered flooding in her bow compartments during the 1993 Mississippi River flooding.
USS Inaugural, a WWII minesweeper, was swept away from her berth and sank during the 1993 Mississippi River flooding.
USS Pampanito, a WWII submarine in San Francisco, suffered $180,000 in damage plus another $250,000 in damage to its pier when it was hit by a hundred year event in 1988. The Loma Prieta earthquake in 1989 damaged the museum's gift shop, library, and artifact storage facility, which was declared unsafe and had to be moved.
William Mitchell, a 1934 sidewheel steam dredge, broke free of her mooring, hit three bridges, sheared off a smokestack, and suffered extensive damage to her second deck during the 1992 flooding of the Mississippi River.