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Barry's Cove to Castletownbere

 

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BARRY'S COVE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1839DAVID HOWE LAMBERTSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRUCK ROCKS; ARCHANGEL FOR CORK
c
1848UNKNOWNSCHOONERUNKNOWNROCHELLE FOR WATERFORD
b
1852ANNBARQUE - 450 tonsTIMBEROFFSHORE; ROCHELLE FOR WATERFORD
e
1869EDNAQUEBEC BARQUE - 730 tonsGENERAL & PASSENGERSMONTREAL FOR GLASGOW
b c e
1873JOSEPH CAPELIVERPOOL SNOW - 178 tonsCOALAT BARRY'S HEAD; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; LIVERPOOL FOR LIMERICK
b
 
 
BAY OF TIMOLEAGUE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1656

TWO BROTHERSTROOPSHIP241 TROOPSKINSALE FOR JAMAICA
b e
 
 
BEREHAVEN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1631ST DIEGOSPANISH SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWAS A CAPTURED ENGLISH PRIZE
b c d
1732JAMESEXCISE SLOOP80 ANKERS OF BRANDYINSIDE HARBOUR; PROBABLY SALVAGED
b e
1740BRITANNIASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED NEAR; NEW YORK FOR BRISTOL
c
1760ELIZA HANDLYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCARGO SALVAGED; LONDON FOR LIMERICK
b d
1777GIBRALTAR PACKETSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFFSHORE; BANTRY FOR LISBON
b c d
1778JOHN & JAMESBRIGWINE & FRUITAT BALLYCROVANE; LISBON FOR DUBLIN
b e
1781NOSTRA SENORA DE PILERA ET ST. JOHN BAPTISTAOPORTO SAIL VESSEL SALT, WINE & FRUITAT CEULAGH; CARGO MOSTLY SALVAGED; LISBON FOR DUBLIN
b c d e
1781WILLIAM & ANNESLOOP TOBACCO, ,COPERAS, & COALAT BALLYCROVANE ; GREENOCK FOR CORK
b d
1782PETERSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCORK FOR JAMAICA
b e
1810ALBIONSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNTOWED INTO A CREEK; PROBABLY SALVAGED; PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND FOR LIVERPOOL
c
1814BARINGFORMER EAST INDIAMAN - 820 tons300 TROOPS & ARMSON WESTERN SIDE OF HARBOUR; FROM CORK
b c e f
1822ARGOSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
f
1827MARTINLIMERICK SAIL VESSELEMMIGRANTSWENT ASHORE
b f
1830JOSEPH SHAWSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT FAILL NA GABHAR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b e
1831VITTORIALONDON BARQUE TIMBERPROBABLY SALVAGED; FROM LONDON
b f
1835EARL OF LEICESTERSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT DOG ROCK; LIVERPOOL FOR LIMERICK
b e f
1837ORALIAPLYMOUTH BARQUE UNKNOWNON BERE ISLAND; CARGO SALVAGED; FROM PLYMOUTH
b f
1839ELIZASCHOONERUNKNOWNON BERE ISLAND
b
1839HENRYBRIGUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE ON BERE ISLAND; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b
1851JOLLY TARSWANSEA BRIGANTINECOAL, POLLARDON PIPER'S ROCKS; SWANSEA FOR CASTLETOWNBERE
b
1852ELIZAMILFORD SCHOONER - 93 tonsCOALAT DOG ROCK; LIVERPOOL FOR LIMERICK
b e
1852SWANBALTIMORE SLOOP - 22 tonsUNKNOWNCORK FOR BANTRY
b
1853LADY OF THE LAKEBIDEFORD SCHOONER - 64 tonsGENERAL & MACHINERYNEAR; FOR TRALEE
b c
1859WIZARD H.M.S. CHEROKEE CLASS BRIG SLOOP - 231 TONS10 CARRIAGE MOUNTED CANNONON SEAL ROCK
b c e
1861EMILYCORK BRIGANTINE - 151 tonsBALLASTAT DOG ROCK; CORK FOR MIRAMICHI
b c e
1867NAIADMILFORD BRIGANTINE - 121 tonsPITWOODAT DOG ROCK; CLARE FOR CARDIFF
b e
1870NOSTRA SENORA DE LA PALERA JOHN BAPTISTOPPORTO SAIL VESSELFRUIT, WINE, SALTAT BALLYCROVANE; LISBON FOR DUBLIN
b
1874KATE DAWSONCORK SAILING SMACKFLOUR & MEALAT DOG ROCK; CORK FOR KENMARE
b e
1876JOSEPH HOWELONDON BRIG - 355 tonsMAHOGANYON SOUTH SIDE OF BERE ISLAND; CARGO PART SALVAGED; MEXICO FOR CORK
b e
1878BESSIE YOUNGEMARYPORT BARQUENTINE - 282 tonsCOALAT DOG ROCK; AYR FOR LIMERICK; OTHER SOURCE SAY 1893
b c e
1881UNKNOWNSWEDISH BRIGANTINEBALLASTWENT ASHORE & WRECKED AT DRUMSHARRA POINT
c
1884THREE BROTHERSRUNCORN SCHOONER - 82 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED AT BEAR ISLAND; BEREHAVEN FOR RUNCORN
b c e
1887UNKNOWNSIEINE BOATUNKNOWNAT DOG ROCK,
b
1891FANNYTRAWLERBALLASTIN HARBOUR; PROBABLY SALVAGED
b
1891UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWRECKAGE SIGHTED BY LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER OFF,
b
1893ESPERANCEBOLOGNE LUGGER - 87 tonsFISHAT WEST ENTRANCE TO; PROBABLY SALVAGED
b c e
1896ORIANABRISTOL SAIL VESSEL - 52 tonsUNKNOWNAT DOG ROCK
b
1905ARIELCHESTER KETCH - 71 tons40 TONS COPPER ORELIES NORTH OF COLT ROCK; CASTLETOWNBERE FOR SWANSEA; POSSIBLY 1904
b c e
 
 
BEREHAVEN continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1905SYRENTORPEDO BOAT - 390 tonsCREWAT DOG ROCK; BOW ONLY, REMAINDER REFLOATED
b
1908BONNIE LASSSOUTHAMPTON KETCH - 56 tonsBALLASTAT DOG ROCK; CASTLETOWN FOR BLASKET ISLANDS
c e
1908NOTRE DAME DE BOULOGNEBOULOGNE LUGGER - 88 tonsBALLASTAT DOG ROCK; FALMOUTH FOR CASTLETOWN
c e
1908REGGIONEWPORT STEAMER - 1,396 tonsCOALSTRUCK DOG ROCK; PART SALVAGED; BARRY FOR BEREHAVEN
a b c e
1911FOXRUNCORN SCHOONERSLATEAT DOG ROCK; RUNCORN FOR PENTEWEN
b
1914IRISH GIRLDUNDALK 3 MASTED SCHOONER - 136 tons330 TONS FERTILISERAT BERE ISLAND; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; DROGHEDA FOR LIMERICK
b c e
1917ALEXANDRIAN (or ALEXANDRIA)LIVERPOOL STEAMER - 4,467 tonsGENERALBEACHED IN MILL COVE AFTER BEING TORPEDOED; BROKE UP; NEW ORLEANS FOR LIVERPOOL
b c d
1917
PHOEBUS
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ITALIAN STEAMER - 3,133 tonsIRON ORETORPEDOED BY UC-44 SOUTH-WEST OF; ALMERIA FOR BARROW-IN-FURNESS
b c
1918PETRELMONTROSE SCHOONER - 108 tonsCOALAT PIPERS ROCK IN WEST CHANNEL; CARDIFF FOR BEREHAVEN; OTHER SOURCE SAYS 1914
b c e
1921JOHN CASEWELLFLEETWOOD STEAM TRAWLER - 277 tonsBALLASTSTRUCK ROCKS AT DOG ROCK; FROM FLEETWOOD
b c e
1933TALLY HOSTEAM TRAWLERFISHFOUNDERED 12 MILES WEST OF BULL ROCK
2
1945UNKNOWNTRAWLERBALLASTAT WEST END OF BEAR ISLAND,
b
1974MONTE IZASKUNSPANISH TRAWLER - 184 tonsFISHSTRUCK FAIL INABO ROCKS NORTH-WEST POINT OF BERE ISLAND; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b e
1982
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MOTOR CARGO SHIP - 3,976 tonsBALLASTIN CHANNEL AT BERE ISLAND; LIES IN 15m; FOR AVILES
b e h
 
 
BLACK BALL HEAD
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1800PERSIMONIA JEFFMAN SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF; OPORTO FOR LONDON
b c d
1824BRITANNIAGREENOCK SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE NEAR; LONDON FOR LIMERICK
c
1824DEMERERALONDON SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED; LONDON FOR LIMERICK
b c d
1830JOSIASKINSALE SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1830SALLYSLOOP - 60 tonsUNKNOWNOFF; SWANSEA FOR CASTLETOWNBERE
b f
1906UNKNOWNBARQUE - 500 tonsUNKNOWNCAPSIZED 1.5 MILES WEST BY SOUTH OF,
b
1910TRITONMILFORD STEEL STEAM TRAWLER - 170 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 10 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-WEST OF; FROM MILFORD
c 2
1940KERRY HEADSTEAM COASTER - 825 tonsBALLASTBOMBED BY GERMAN AIRCRAFT 4 MILES SOUTH OF; LIES IN 37 FATHOMS
b e
1940
U-31
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GERMAN UBOAT TYPE VIIA MINELAYER - 500 tonsCREW5 TO 6 MILES OFF; LIES IN 65 FATHOMS
b
 
 
BLACK HEAD
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1877UNKNOWNFISHING YAWLFISHAT MINNANE ROCKS
b
1897PETRELPILOT SCHOONER - 82 tonsCREWFROM KINSALE
b e
1918SKARRASNORWEGIAN STEAMER - 1,625 tonsGOVERNMENT STORESTORPEDOED BY UB-31, 1 MILE OFFSHORE; BARRY FOR FECAMP
c
 
 
BOGSTOWN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1874

HERCULESGERMAN BARQUE - 500 tonsBALLASTON GARRETSTOWN STRAND; BARROW FOR CARDIFF
b c e
 
 
BROW HEAD
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1853
THOMAS & HENRYLONDON BARQUE - 361 tonsRAW COTTONSTRANDED & WRECKED; NEW ORLEANS FOR LIVERPOOL
b c

1903

ANNIEWEXFORD SCHOONER - 76 tonsCOALWRECKED NEAR; NEWPORT FOR BANTRY
b c e
 
 
BULL ROCK
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1896JAMES LIVERSEYLIVERPOOL IRON BARQUE - 1,998 tonsCOALFOUNDERED 12 MILES SOUTH OF; CARDIFF FOR SANTOS
b c e
1898GERMANICFLEETWOOD IRON TRAWLER - 144 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 5 MILES NORTH BY WEST OF LIGHTHOUSE
b c
1915UNKNOWN2 MASTED STEAMERUNKNOWN10 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF,
b
1917INA WILLIAMNAVY STEAM TRAWLER - 337 tonsBALLASTMINED OFF BULL LIGHT
b c e
1917
TARQUAH
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LONDON ARMED STEAMER - 3,859 tonsGOLD & TINTORPEDOED BY U-57, 10 MILES SOUTH OF; WEST AFRICA FOR LIVERPOOL
b c d e
1917U-83GERMAN U-BOATCREWSUNK BY Q-SHIP "FARNBOROUGH" 42 MILES WEST-NORTH-WEST OF; HAS BEEN DIVED
b c d
1940
EVDOXIA
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GREEK STEAMER - 2,018 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-34, 40 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF,
b
1940UNKNOWN GERMAN HEINKEL 111 OR FW200 AIRCRAFTCREWOFF,
b
1942UNKNOWN GERMAN HEINKEL 111 AIRCRAFTCREW30 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF,
b
 
 
BULL'S COVE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1928

FLOWER OF PORTSAYPLYMOUTH SCHOONER - 130 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED; ROSSCARBERY FOR APPLEDORE
b c d
 
 
BULLEN'S BAY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1750GYPSY ROSESAIL VESSELUNKNOWN
YEAR APPROX.
b
1771NANCYSAIL VESSEL800 BARRELS OF TAROFFSHORE; VIRGINIA FOR WHITEHAVEN
b c d
1890NICHOLAS MULLANEYCORK SMACK - 30 tonsMAIZESTRANDED & WRECKED; CORK FOR ROSSCARBERY
b c
1907UNKNOWNSAIL VESSEL - 30ft.UNKNOWNMASTS ABOVE WATER; PROBABLY SALVAGED
b
1909UNKNOWNFISHING YAWLFISHNONE
-
 
 
CALF ISLANDS
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1847

AMERICAN PACKET SAIL VESSEL- 1,034 tonsGENERAL, RAW COTTON, CHEESE, RESIN & PASSENGERSON WEST TIP OF WEST CALF ISLAND; LIES IN 15m; NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL
b c e h
1922
ST. BRIDGETCARGO FERRYUNKNOWNON ANIMA ROCK; CARGO SALVAGED
e

1998

TRAWLER BALLASTNORTH OF CALF ISLAND; SUNK BY LOCAL DIVE SCHOOL
h
 
 
CAMDEN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1804UNKNOWNBRIGSLATESAT CAMDEN FORT; FROM WALES
b
1850HOPEBRISTOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT THE POINT; BRISTOL FOR CORK
b c
1877MERCURYAUSTRIAN BARQUE - 458 tonsWHEATNEW YORK FOR QUEENSTOWN
b c
1878PRINCESS ROYAL BRIG - 121 tonsBAGGED CEMENTSTRUCK ROCKS OFF POINT; ROCHESTER FOR CORK
b c e
1879AMITYSLOOP - 48 tonsGRAVELYOUGHAL FOR QUEENSTOWN
b
1897CARRIEHULL KETCH - 74 tonsCOALOFF CAMDEN FORT; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; CARDIFF FOR CORK; POSSIBLY 1758
b c e
 
 
CAPE CLEAR
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1379UNKNOWN x 25BRITISH FLOATILLASOLDIERSON ROCKS AT CAPE CLEAR OR SCARRIF
b
1620UNKNOWNSPANISH GALLEONCREWIN SOUTH HARBOUR
b
1695ENGLAND5TH RATE 40 GUN SHIPCREWOFF; SUNK BY FRENCH MAN O'WAR
b e
1757UNKNOWN x 2SAIL VESSELSUNKNOWNCAPSIZED
b
1768UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDROVE ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; MEMEL FOR DUBLIN
c
1786ROSESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUNDERED OFF; PHILADELPHIA FOR DUBLIN
b c d
1800SWARROWSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUNDERED NEAR; BARBADOS FOR LIVERPOOL
b c d
1812ADVENTURESAIL VESSEL14 GUNS SUNK BY FRENCH PRIVATEER OFFSHORE; LIVERPOOL FOR LIMERICK
b c d
1818PENTHYNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUNDERED; LIVERPOOL FOR NEWFOUNDLAND
b
1822UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELCOFFEEOFF,
b d
1822SWANSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUNDERED OFF; FOR BIDEFORD
b d
1836CHARLESCHARLESTON SAIL VESSEL330 EMIGRANTS FOUNDERED OFF; LIVERPOOL FOR USA
b f
1842ELIZABETHSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR; FROM NEW ORLEANS
b c d
1842GEORGELONDON SCHOONERUNKNOWNABANDONED OFF; PROBABLY SALVAGED; MARSEILLES FOR CLYDE
b
1844GOVERNOR ORCKBUTSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUNDERED NEAR,
b f
1845HIBERNIASMACKUNKNOWNSUNK AFTER COLLISION WITH "KINGALOCH"
b
1847LORD CANTERBURYSAIL VESSEL - 599 tonsUNKNOWNWRECKED OFF,
b
1849GENERAL DE SCABONSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF; SLIGO FOR TRIESTE
b e
1850ELIZA SAUNDERSSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCAUGHT FIRE AND SANK OFF,
b
1852SARAHSOUTH SHIELDS BRIG - 267 tonsUNKNOWNOFF; IBRAIL FOR QUEENSTOWN
b e
1853ISAAC WRIGHTUSA SAILING SHIP 610 EMIGRANTS RAN AGROUND; LIVERPOOL FOR NEW YORK
b e
1866MARY ANNENEW BRUNSWICK BARQUE - 427 tonsCOAL2.5 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR TRINIDAD
b
1867ENOCH BONNERBARQUE - 698 tonsGENERALWEST POINT OF; LIVERPOOL FOR BOSTON
b e
1867HELVELLYNCOLLIERCOAL & IRON9 MILES OFF AT FOURTH ISLAND
b e
1867UNKNOWNITALIAN BARQUEUNKNOWNABANDONED OFF, PRESUMED SUNK; SULINA FOR QUEESTOWN
b
1867UTOPIAFULL RIGGER - 949 tonsCOAL70 MILES SOUTH OF; LIVERPOOL FOR BOMBAY
b
1869TEASERSMACK - 67 tonsGOVERNMENT STORESFOUNDERED OFF; PLYMOUTH FOR SHANNON
b
1870ADVANCELIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELGUANOBETWEEN CAPE CLEAR AND FAYAL; CALLAO FOR FLANNERY
b
1870MARTHA GERTRUDEPORTMADOG SMACK - 53 tonsSALTFOUNDERED 40 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF; DUBLIN FOR LIMERICK
b c
1873FLORENCE BAKERNOVA SCOTIA BARQUE - 365 tonsUNKNOWNABANDONED 65 MILES EAST OF; PORT TALBOT FOR GALVESTON
b
1873PRINCESS DAGMARLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSEL - 1009 tonsJUTEWEST OF; CALCUTTA FOR BARROW-ON-FURNESS
b
1874TIDAL WAVEYARMOUTH SAIL VESSEL - 999 tonsPETROLEUM IN BARRELS100 MILES NORTH-WEST BY NORTH OF; PHILADELPHIA FOR BREMEN
b
1879LINGUISTLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSEL - 1,432 tonsSALTFOUNDERED 70 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR RANGOON
b
1879VANDIEMANCANADIAN BARQUENTINE - 1,347 tonsBALLASTIN COLLISION WITH A BARQUE OFF; LIVERPOOL FOR SANDY HOOK
a b
1880GALATEALIVERPOOL IRON SAIL VESSEL - 1,520 tonsCOAL150 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR BOMBAY
b
1880SPLENDIDDUBLIN SCHOONER - 1,155 tonsOATS125 MILES SOUTH-WEST BY WEST OF; LIMERICK FOR MUMBLES
b
1884
LIVERPOOL IRON STEAMER - 2,967 tonsPASSENGERS, WOOL & WHISKEYAT OLD LIGHTHOUSE; LIES IN 8 - 22m; LIVERPOOL FOR BOSTON
a b c e h
1888ONWARDDARTMOUTH SCHOONER - 95 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED ON NORTH SIDE OF; NEWPORT, MON. FOR DINGLE
b c
1896PRIDE OF ERINSKIBBEREEN DANDY - 42 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
b c
1908DAUNTLESSLUGGER - 22 tonsBALLASTON BULLIG ROCK
b
1915HIROSECARDIFF FISHING VESSELBALLASTBOMBED BY U-34 OFF,
b
1915VICTORIAFISHING VESSELBALLASTSUNK BY U-34 SOUTH-EAST OF,
b
1916ST. LEOSKIBBEREEN VESSEL - 13 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS,
b c
1917
LIVERPOOL STEAMER - 6,395 tonsSTEEL BARS, RAW COTTON, & AMMUNITIONAT BULLANE ROCK ON SOUTH-WEST TIP OF; LIES IN 25m; GALVESTON FOR LIVERPOOL
a b c d e h
1931
FRENCH VESSELUNKNOWNAT TIM ROCKS NORTH OF C'NA REIDH
b e
1932SLATELANDLONDON STEAMER - 464 tonsSTONE1 MILE OFF, BETWEEN CROOKHAVEN & CAPE CLEAR
b e
1934TRIALUNKNOWNTIMBERDRIFTED ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; OTHER SOURCE SAY 1834
b e f
1939
HERONSPOOL
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STEAMERUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-48, 260 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF,
1
1940
DUNVEGAN CASTLE
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ARMED MERCHANT CRUISERCREWTORPEDOED BY U-46, 120 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF,
1
1940KERRY HEADIRISH STEAMER - 825 tonsBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT 4 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF BEAR ISLAND; LIMERICK FOR ENGLAND
a c e f
1940RENDLESHAMLOWESTOFT STEAM TRAWLER - 166 tonsFISHNORTH-WEST POINT OF ISLAND
b e
1941CATHERINESTEAMERPASSENGERSTORPEDOED BY U-43, 250 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF,
1
1944
U-625
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GERMAN U-BOAT CREWDEPTH CHARGED BY AIRCRAFT
b
 
 
CARAIGAVILY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1924

PROSPECTSCHULL OAK BUILT STEAMEREMPTY PORTER BARRELS & FLOUR4 MILES SOUTH OF HIGH ISLAND NEAR CARAIGAVILY
b e
 
 
CARRIGVUAR
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1700

UNKNOWNPORTUGUESE VESSELCANNON

BETWEEN CAPE CLEAR & SHERKIN ISLAND

b
 
 
CASTLEFREKE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1794JEFFROW NEELTIEDUTCH GALLIOTINDIGO, SPANISH WOOL & JALLOPAT LITTLE ISLAND STRAND; CARGO SALVAGED
b e
1810MARIAPLYMOUTH SAIL VESSELHOPS, HEMP & STAVESAT LITTLE ISLAND STRAND; MOSTLY BROKEN UP
b f
1829PRINCE KUTOUSOFFWHITBY BRIG UNKNOWNON LONG STRAND; CARGO SALVAGED: QUEBEC FOR LIVERPOOL
b f
1849FANNYLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSEL - 211 tonsUNKNOWNAT LONG STRAND; ST. DOMINGO FOR CORK
b e
1899ELIZA ANNIEPLYMOUTH SCHOONER - 80 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED 6 MILES FROM; NEWPORT MON. FOR BALLINACURRA
b c
1900SALTERBECKWORKINGTON BARQUE - 186 tonsCOALWRECKED AT LONG STRAND; BARRY FOR KILRUSH
c e
 
 
CASTLEHAVEN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1601CISNE CAMILLOSPANISH TRANSPORTTROOPSNONE
b e
1601MARIA FRANCESCASPANISH TRANSPORTWHEATNONE
b e
1601UNKNOWN (SERIAGO ??)SPANISH SAIL VESSELBISCUITS & WHEATNONE
b
1628UNKNOWNSPANISH GALLEONUNKNOWNWEST SIDE OF ENTRANCE
-
1628LEOPARDWEYMOUTH SAIL VESSEL - 240 tonsPILCHARDS & 12 GUNSDRIVEN ASHORE; SOME SOURCES SAY 1630; FOR THE STRAITS
b c d
1628SANTA ANNA MARIASPANISH GALLEON40 CANNONBRONZE CANNON FOUND IN 1970
b e
1694UNKNOWN x 2BRIGSUNKNOWNFOR YOUGHAL
b
1751SANTA THERESAFRENCH SAIL VESSELINDIGOWENT ASHORE AT HORSE ISLAND
b f
1758KATHERINESAIL VESSELRUMFROM FALMOUTH
c
1762DUKE OF CUMBERLANDLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNJAMAICA FOR LIVERPOOL
b c d
1768LORD CLAREBRISTOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCORK FOR MALAGA
b f
1768ROSESAIL VESSELWINE, BRANDY & VINEGARCARGO PART SALVAGED; BORDEAUX FOR WATERFORD
b f
1780CATHARINESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFROM NEW YORK
c
1780PHILABRIG - 110 tonsUNKNOWNLISBON FOR WATERFORD
c
1781UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED; OPORTO FOR DUBLIN
b c d
1795ST. FRANCISCO DE PADUASPANISH SAIL VESSELBALES OF WOOLAT HARBOUR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; ST. ADERO FOR BRISTOL
c
1797DANIELSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; BARBADOS FOR LIVERPOOL
c
1821HANNAHSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT CROW HEAD ROCKS; OPORTO FOR SLIGO
b
1823UNKNOWNDUTCH SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT DUTCHMAN'S COVE
b
1871UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOPPORTO FOR DUBLIN
b
 
 
CASTLETOWN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1751
SOCIETYYOUGHAL SLOOPBUTTERFOUNDERED A LEAGUE OFF,
b f
1757
UNKNOWNWESTINDIAMANUNKNOWNFOR CORK
b
1781
ST. ANTONIO DE LISBOASPANISH SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; LISBON FOR DUBLIN
c
1788
BRIDGETSAIL VESSELBALLASTGUERNSEY FOR CORK
b e
1810
NEW AUGUSTADUNGARVAN SAIL VESSELBALLASTDRIVEN ASHORE NEAR; FROM PORTSMOUTH
c
1817
JAMES FITZPATRICKCORK SCHOONERUNKNOWNDRIVEN ASHORE; CARGO PART SALVAGED; TRINIDAD FOR CORK
c
1822
UNITYGLASGOW SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; FROM GLASGOW
b c e f
1876
FELIXBILBAO BARQUE - 402 tonsRAW COTTONGALVESTON FOR LIVERPOOL
c
1917
LAMIA L.ITALIAN STEAMER - 2,220 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-49 OFFSHORE; GENOA FOR GLASGOW
c
 
 
CASTLETOWNBERE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1822ROBERT & EDWARDWHITEHAVEN SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; FOR WHITEHAVEN
b c f
1838TRYPHENASCHOONER- 60 tonsOATSNIDBEAR FOR LONDON
b f
1842LEONROUEN SAIL VESSELCASKS BRANDY & WINEFROM ROUEN
b e
1849UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUND UPSIDE-DOWN; PROBABLY SALVAGED
b
1851JOLLY TARSWANSEA BRIGCOAL & POLLARDAT PIPERS ROCK; BOUND FOR CASTLETOWNBERE
e
1852LOUISA CHRISTINASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
b e
1861CORALSAIL VESSELSLATESAT PIPER'S ROCK; FROM BANGOR
b
1876FELIZBARQUE - 406 tonsCOTTON8 MILES EAST OF IN ADRIGOOLE SOUND; GALVESTON FOR LIVERPOOL
b e
1882COMMODOREDUBLIN BRIG - 111 tonsGUANOWRECKED ON PIPER ROCKS; LONDON FOR GALWAY
b c e
1882WATER WITCHCHESTER SCHOONER - 83 tonsSILK & PASSENGERSFOUNDERED OFF; KILRUSH FOR BELFAST
b c
1908BONNIE LASSSOUTHAMPTON CUTTER - 56 tonsLOBSTERSON DOG ROCK; STRUCK "NOTRE DAME DE BOULOGNE"
b
1908IRADALIVERPOOL STEAMER - 8,124 tonsRAW COTTON & 21,000 BALES COTTONWASHED ASHORE AT PALEEN HARBOUR; GALVESTON FOR LIVERPOOL
a c e
1908NOTRE DAME DE BOULOGNEFRENCH FISHING VESSEL - 94 tonsBALLASTON DOG ROCK; ROLLED OFF AND SANK IN 1910; FROM FALMOUTH
b
1942UNKNOWNGALWAY HOOKERTURFOFF FURY'S PIER
b
1943UNKNOWNRAF LIBERATOR BOMBERCREWAT GOULANE
b
1987ST. COLETTE WOODEN BIM MOTOR TRAWLER 50ft.BALLASTENGINE FAILURE; WRECKED ON SKIDDY ISLAND.
i
1988TALAY MENDISPANISH TRAWLER - 140ft.FISHAT SPANISH ROCK; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b
1990NOSTRA SENORA DE GARADOTZASPANISH TRAWLER - 103ft.FISH

FOUNDERED AT ENTRANCE TO; PARTLY SALVAGED; SISTER SHIP TO THE "M.F.V. ZORRO ZAURRE"

b e 3
1994UNKNOWN CAR FERRY - 45 tons1 x TRUCKIN HARBOUR; THOUGHT TO HAVE BEEN RAISED
b
2000
SPANISH TRAWLER - 250 tons, 36x6.6x3.6mBALLASTAT EAST END OF BERE ISLAND; SISTER SHIP TO THE "M.F.V. NOSTRA SENORA DE GARADOTZA"
h 3
2001ELSINORE FISHING VESSEL BALLASTAT APPROACHES TO,
b
 
 
SOURCE PUBLICATIONS:
a
"Dictionary of Disasters at Sea during the Age of Steam 1824 - 1962"
by
Charles Hocking
London Stamp Exchange 1989 - ISBN: 0948130474
b
"Irish Wrecks Database"
by
Roy Stokes & Liam Dowling
c
"Shipwreck Index of Ireland"
by
Richard & Bridget Larn
Lloyd's Register - Fairplay Ltd 2002 - ISBN: 1900839970
d
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 932 - 1997"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 1998 - ISBN: 0952302713
e
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 1105 - 1993"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 1994 - ISBN: 0952302705
f
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 1582 - 2000"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 2000 - ISBN: 0952302721
g
"Sub Sea" Magazine
by
Tim Carey
Irish Underwater Council 2005 - ISSN 079-475X
h
"Underwater Ireland Guide to Irish Dive Sites"
by
Irish Underwater Council CFT 1999 - ISBN: 0948283025
i
"Sea Change - The rise of the BIM 50-footer"
by
Pat Nolan
Nonsuch Publishing ISBN: 9781845889425
 
 
OTHER SOURCES:
1
Internet 2006
2
Internet 2006
3
via email 2008
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