The U.S.S. Constitution is an American warship and the oldest commissioned warship still afloat. It gained the nickname Old Ironsides after cannonballs were seen to bounce off its wooden hull in the War of 1812. Launched in 1797, it is one of six original frigates authorized for construction by the Naval Act of 1794 and the third constructed.
9 Months after People: Automatic bilge pumps used to drained 900 gallons of water a day from the ship alone, but now those pumps are stopped months ago. Water infiltrate the warship, and the wood is immediately leak. The water alone won't be enough to sink the U.S.S. Constitution, it will take a Boston Winter to overweight the warship, and causing it to sink underwater.