News Arthur Kill ship graveyard: Ghostly images captured by drone Drone captures Arthur Kill ship graveyard images on video A drone captured stunning images during a fly over of the Arthur Kill ship graveyard off Staten island. By CRISTIAN SALAZAR firstname.lastname@example.org November 11, 2015 1:32 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The Arthur Kill ship graveyard off the southern tip of Staten Island looks like a watery ghost town of decommissioned marine vessels. Hulks of rotting, rusting metal lie half-submerged in water and mud as the elements take their toll. New drone video released recently on YouTube by user Jersey Drone captures a rare view of the almost sculptural beauty of the dead ships. The ships have been brought to the graveyard since the 1930s as a marine salvage depot. Donjon Marine Co. currently operates the yard and denies most requests for access to photograph the property. It's unclear whether the producer of the drone video obtained permission for the flyby. Donjon uses the waterfront yard to dismantle and recycle marine vessels. By CRISTIAN SALAZAR email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.