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Knockadoon to Roaches Point

 

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KNOCKADOON
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1766
ELIZABETHSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDROVE ASHORE NEAR HEAD; CARGO PART SALVAGED; DUBLIN FOR JAMAICA
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1858

HELENSCHOONERCOALON STRAND; PART SALVAGED; CARDIFF FOR WATERORD
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LONG ISLAND
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1795LADY HARRIETBRIGFRUITIN LONG ISLAND SOUND, MOSTLY SALVAGED; CADIZ FOR DUBLIN
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1807ROOD RECHPOOLE SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEWFOUNDLAND FOR WATERFORD
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1852NUOVO ZELANTEBRIG - 211 tonsCORNON TARG ROCKS BETWEEN CROOKHAVEN &,
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1881ARNONNORWEGIAN BRIG - 241 tonsDEALSHALIFAX FOR CAEN
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LOUGH INE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1883
SAGABRIGUNKNOWNAT YOKANE POINT; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
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1896
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LIVERPOOL 3 MASTED IRON BARQUE - 1,274 tonsWHEATSTRUCK ROCKS AT YOKANE POINT NEAR; SAN FRANCISCO FOR QUEENS TOWN
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1903

ANGLESEY GRIMSBY IRON STEAM KETCH RIGGED TRAWLER - 52 tonsFISHSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR; FROM MILFORD
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MAN O'WAR COVE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1881
FAIR GERALDINEPILOT CUTTER - 3 tonsBALLASTSANK AFTER COLLISION AT ENTRANCE TO,
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1915

EL ZORRO
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LONDON STEAM TANKER - 5,989 tonsCRUDE OIL TORPEDOED BY U-24 NEAR; MOSTLY SALVAGED; PORT ARTHUR FOR DARTMOUTH
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MIDDLE CALF ISLAND
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1893
ELLENYAWL - 2 tonsUNKNOWNCAPSIZED IN ROARINGWATER BAY; BALLDEHOB FOR HARE ISLAND
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1909

SAVONIAMAITLAND N.S. FULL RIGGER - 1,681 tons15,000 OF TIMBERROARINGWATER BAY; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; LISCOMB FOR QUEENSTOWN
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MIZEN HEAD
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1796
FRENCH FRIGATETROOPS & 44 CARRIAGE MOUNTED CANNONAT BRIDGE TO LIGHTHOUSE; LIES IN 15m
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1807TWO BROTHERSSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF; CHESTER FOR DUBLIN
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1813PROVIDENCECARNARVON BRIG BALLASTFROM GIBRALTAR
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1822CONFIANCE H.M.S.6TH RATE 36 GUN BRIG - 393 tonsTROOPS & 18 CARRIAGE MOUNTED CANNONAT COOSACUSLAUN NEAR 3 CASTLE HEAD; CANNON FOUND 1980
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1823ELIZAYACHTCREWNEAR; SWANSEA FOR WICKLOW
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1824LEANDERSAIL VESSELPASSENGERSSTRUCK ROCKS NEAR; NEW ORLEANS FOR LIVERPOOL
c e f
1835BOLIVARSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNABANDONED OFF; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; FROM MIRAMICHI
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1840UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELORANGESFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION 15 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF,
e
1848CALYPSOCORK SAIL VESSEL - 370 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED OFF; LIVERPOOL FOR RIO DE JANEIRO
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1849MARCHIONESS ABERCORNPADSTOW BARQUE - 875 tonsGENERAL & PASSENGERSNEAR; PADSTOW FOR QUEBEC
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1852WHIMBELFAST BRIGANTINE - 90 tonsCAST IRON INGOTSOFF; AYR FOR CARDIFF
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1858ST. JOESPHLUGGER - 29 tonsUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE
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1861ALICESAIL VESSEL - 4 tonsBALLASTCAPSIZED NEAR,
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1877LIBERTYARKLOW SMACK - 10 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED 0.75 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
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1881
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LIVERPOOL STEAMER - 3,113 tonsCOTTON, BACON & PASSENGERSSTRUCK REEF OFF CAHER STRAND; BOSTON FOR LIVERPOOL
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1886KATELIMERICK BRIGANTINE - 142 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION WITH "REAPER" 5 MILES WEST OF; LIMERICK FOR CARDIFF
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1886REAPERKIRKWALL SCHOONER - 100 tonsCOALFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION WITH "KATE" 5 MILES WEST OF; NEWPORT, MONMOUTH FOR SLIGO
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1896
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LIVERPOOL STEAMER - 3,191 tonsTIMBER, FLOUR, BACON, BUTTER, CATTLE, COAL & LEAD INGOTSIN DUNLOUGH BAY; LIES IN 24m; MONTREAL FOR AVONMOUTH
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1899
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WEST HARTLEPOOL CARGO STEAMER - 2,419 tonsCATTLE, COTTON, DEAL, CORN, COPPER INGOTS, IRON PLATES & BARSON NORTH SIDE OF; LIES IN 20m; NEWPORT NEWS FOR MANCHESTER
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1900HOCHEBOULOGNE LUGGER - 91 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 17 MILES WEST-NORTH-WEST OF,
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1906
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FLEETWOOD STEEL STEAM TRAWLER - 182 tonsFISHWRECKED AT CLOHANE ISLAND NEAR FOG STATION
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1908
MILFORD STEAM TRAWLER - 218 tonsFISHAT CLOHANE ISLAND; FROM MILFORD HAVEN
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1917HAWORTHNEWCASTLE ARMED STEAMER - 4,456 tonsWHEATTORPEDOED BY U-45, 95 MILES WEST-SOUTH-WEST OF; PHILADELPHIA FOR AVONMOUTH
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1917SIBERIERANTWERP STEAMER - 2,968 tonsTIMBERTORPEDOED BY U-86, 80 MILES NORTH-WEST BY NORTH OF; GULFPORT FOR CALAIS
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1985TAURIMA II (or TEREMA II)MOTOR YACHT - 50ft.PASSENGERSBELOW LIGHTHOUSE; LIES IN 15m; BELONGED TO C.J. HAUGHEY (IRISH TAOSEACH)
c g
1998PESCALANZA (or PESTOLANZA) SPANISH TRAWLER - 108 TONSBALLASTCAPSIZED 80 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF,
c e h
2000ST. GERVASECASTLETOWNBERE MOTOR TRAWLER - 65ft.BALLASTSTRUCK ROCKS & FOUNDERED OFF;
c o
 
 
MONKSTOWN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1769
INDUSTRYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; LONDON FOR JAMAICA
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1853

ADELAIDEQUEENSTOWN SMACKWHEATSUNK IN COLLISION OFFSHORE; YOUGHAL FOR CORK
e
 
 
MORRIS HEAD
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1850
UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR ROBERT'S COVE
c

1885

COMMODORECORK IRON TUG - 52 tonsBALLAST & PASSENGERSSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR ROBERT'S COVE; QUEENSTOWN FOR KINSALE
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MYROSS ISLAND
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1861

DORETHEALLANELLY SCHOONER - 150 tonsMAHOGANY TIMBER STRANDED & WRECKED OFF,
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NOHAVAL COVE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1831UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELBRANDYOFF BARRY'S HEAD
h
1858JESSIECORK COLLIERCOALPOSSIBLY SALVAGED; NEWPORT FOR CORK
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1903AUGUSTDANISH SCHOONER - 78 tonsHORSE BEANSWRECKED INSIDE BARRY'S HEAD; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; MOROCCO FOR QUEENSTOWN
c e g
1918UNKNOWNUNKNOWNUNKNOWNIN A GULLY AT,
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OLD HEAD OF KINSALE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1668MATIGOE8 GUN SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON HARBOUR SIDE
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1749FRIENDSHIP SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEARFOUNDERED OFF; CORK FOR GIBRALTER
c e g
1750CONCORDBRISTOLS SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED WEST OF; CORK FOR HONDURAS
e
1752MARYPORTSMOUTH SLOOPWINE & OLIVE OILCAME ASHORE WEST OF; CADIZ FOR DUBLIN
e
1754UNKNOWNLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNBETWEEN OLD HEAD & KINSALE
c
1767UNKNOWNSLOOPUNKNOWNPADSTOW FOR CORK
c h
1768ANN & MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED; CARGO PART SALVAGED; FROM CASCO BAY
e
1775UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELSALTAT WEST END OF BAY; CORK FOR BALTIMORE
c
1787UNKNOWN2 MASTED BIDEFORD SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON FARMER ROCK; DUDLEY POINT
c g
1794NANCYPOOLE SAIL VESSEL - 48 tonsUNKNOWNNEAR; SWANSEA FOR CORK
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1796TROMPEUSE H.M.S. BRIG - 342 tons18 CARRIAGE MOUNTED CANNONON FARMER ROCK, DUDLEY POINT
c e g
1797ELIZABETHSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR; BREMEN FOR CORK
e
1797GALIOTSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOPPORTO FOR LIVERPOOL
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1798UNKNOWNPRUSSIAN GALLIOTUNKNOWNRAN ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; OPORTO FOR LIVERPOOL
e
1798BOYDBRIG - 163 tonsPASSENGERSNEAR; BRISTOL FOR CORK
c e g
1803BETSYSAIL VESSELCOALNEAR; SWANSEA FOR KINSALE
c e f
1803UNKNOWNSLOOPCOALEAST SIDE OF,
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1806HOPEBRIG RUM & SUGARON WEST SIDE OF; JAMAICA FOR LIVERPOOL
c e f
1809UNKNOWNFRENCH GALLIOTTIMBER BALKS & BOARDSWAS PRIZE OF GUERNSEY PRIVATEER
c e f
1814PEARLLONDON SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; MALAGA FOR DUBLIN
c e f
1816BOADICEALONDON BRIGTROOPS, STORES & 6 x 6 POUNDER CARRONADE GUNSAT CURLANE ROCKS WEST OF; RANSGATE FOR CORK
c e g
1818CALEDONIAPRINCE EDWARD ISLAND SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED; CARGO SALVAGED; PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND FOR CORK
c e f
1818FLORASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED NEAR; CARGO SALVAGED; QUEBEC FOR LONDON
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1820VENUSSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; FROM NEWFOUNDLAND
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1822
3 MASTED SCHOONER COTTON, RICE, & 4 TONS OF GOLDAT CUIS ALBION, A MILE WEST OF GARRETTSTOWN; MOSTLY SALVAGED; NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL
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1838UNKNOWNSPANISH BRIGUNKNOWNNONE
c h
1839MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR LIMERICK
c h
1840WARRIORLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED AT COOLMAIN; LIVERPOOL FOR CHARLESTOWN
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1842RUBYLIVERPOOL SCHOONER - 77 tonsUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR MILLTOWN
c
1843EMMASWANSEA SMACKUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY RE-FLOATED; SWANSEA FOR KENMARE
c
1847DUBLINDUBLIN BRIG 3,000 HIDES & ANIMAL HORNSSTRANDED & WRECKED WEST OF; CARGO SALVAGED
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1848ST. AMAROSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNTERCIA FOR CORK
c g
1850UNKNOWNSMUGGLING SAIL VESSELCORNAT SANDY COVE
c
 
 
OLD HEAD OF KINSALE continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1851VOYAGEURSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNGALETZ FOR TRALEE
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1857UNKNOWNITALIAN BARQUEUNKNOWNOFF,
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1860JOHN FIELDSKIBBEREEN SMACK - 25 tonsCOALCOLLIDED WITH "EUGENIE" AND SANK; NEW ROSS FOR SKIBBEREEN
c
1862ADELAIDESMACK - 30 tonsINDIAN CORNSTRANDED & WRECKED OFF LIGHTHOUSE,
e
1865LOUISIANALIVERPOOL IRON STEAMER - 1,643 tonsGENERAL & 500 PASSENGERSWENT ASHORE; REFLOATED
e
1867HARVEST QUEENSUNDERLAND BARQUE - 374 tonsCOALFOUNDERED OFF; SWANSEA FOR BALTIMORE
c e
1870COSSIPORELIVERPOOL IRON FULL RIGGER - 1,226 tonsSALTFOUNDERED 30 MILES SOUTH OF; LIVERPOOL FOR CALCUTTA
c e
1873LAURAST. IVES SCHOONER - 58 tons104 TONS COALFOUNDERED 33 MILES SOUTH OF; NEWPORT FOR QUEENSTOWN
c e
1873OLIVECASTLETOWN DANDY - 22 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 22 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF; FROM KINSALE
c e
1873UNKNOWN x 2SAIL VESSELSUNKNOWNNONE
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1877ELLENCORK SAIL FISHING VESSELBALLASTFOUNDERED OFFSHORE; FROM KINSALE
c e
1877FRANCESCA CURROGENOA BARQUE - 551 tonsINDIAN CORNFOUNDERED OFFSHORE AFTER COLLISION WITH "MALTA"; PHILADELPHIA FOR QUEENSTOWN
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1879GRECIAN BENDLIVERPOOL BARQUENTINE - 216 tonsPALM KERNALS30 MILES EAST-NORTH-EAST OF; LAGOS FOR LONDON
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1881BANGALOREGREENOCK BARQUEUNKNOWNABANDONED 30 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-EAST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR POINT DE GALLE
e
1885ABEONAROCHESTER SAIL BARGE - 42 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 12 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-EAST OF; ROCHESTER FOR TRALEE
e
1885CHARLESROCHESTER SAIL BARGE - 46 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 12 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-EAST OF; ROCHESTER FOR TRALEE
e
1885GEORGEROCHESTER SAIL BARGE - 44 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED UNDER TOW 12 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-EAST OF; ROCHESTER FOR TRALEE
c e
1886IDADUBNIL SCHOONER - 74 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED; RUNCORN FOR GLIN
e
1891GYLFEBUENOS AIRES BARQUE - 1,003 tonsTIMBER & DEALSSTRANDED & WRECKED 4 MILES WEST OF; QUEBEC FOR LIVERPOOL
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1892
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INMAN LINER - 5,202 tons360 PASSENGERSSTRUCK RINGCUTEEN POINT ON WEST SIDE; LIES IN 20m; NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL
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1893KELBURNEGLASGOW STEAMER - 200 tonsGENERALSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR; CORK FOR SCHULL
e
1898MARIONKINSALE FISHING LUGGER - 6 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED OFFSHORE; FROM KINSALE
c e
1902DRIVING MISTBIDEFORD KETCH - 79 tonsCOALFOUNDERED 12 MILES SOUTH OF; LYDNEY FOR KILBRITTAIN
c e
1903ALPHAISLE OF MAN LUGGER - 19 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION WITH "RED KNIGHT" 4 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-WEST OF; FROM KINSALE
c e
1903UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSUNK IN COLLISION
c
1904INVERKIPGREENOCK STEEL BARQUE - 1,354 tonsWHEATFOUNDERED 55 MILES SOUTH OF; MELBOURNE FOR QUEENSTOWN
c e
1908BEDOUINSKIBBEREEN SCHOONER - 79 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 12 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF; SKIBBEREEN FOR NEWPORT MON.
e
1910MACKSKINSALE LUGGER - 5 tonsBALLASTAT MOORINGS
c e
1915
ARABIC
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LIVERPOOL LINER - 15,801 tonsPASSENGERS & GENERALTORPEDOED BY U-24, 48 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-WEST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR NEW YORK
c e
1915DUNSLEYLONDON STEAMER - 4,930 tonsGENERALSHELLED BY U-24, 48 MILES SOUTH BY WEST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR BOSTON
c e
1915EARL OF LATHAMLIVERPOOL SCHOONER - 132 tonsFIRECLAY & GENERALSUNK BY U-BOAT GUNFIRE 8 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF; MOSTYN FOR LIMERICK
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OLD HEAD OF KINSALE continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1915
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CUNARD LINER - 30,396 tonsPASSENGERS, SHELLS & EXPLOSIVESTORPEDOED 12 MILES SOUTH BY WEST OF; NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL
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1915NEW YORK CITYBRISTOL STEAMER - 2,970 tonsGENERALSHELLED BY U-24, 35 MILES SOUTH OF; SWANSEA FOR NEW YORK
c e
1915OAKWOODSWANSEA STEAMER - 4,279 tonsBALLASTSHELLED BY U-38, 45 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-EAST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR CUBA
c e
1916BRADFORD H.M.T. ARMED NAVY TRAWLER - 163 tonsBALLASTSOME SOURCES SAY CAPE CLEAR
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1917
ANAURUS
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IRON 3 MASTED SAIL VESSEL - 1,659 tons UNKNOWNCAPTURED & SUNK BY UC-43 OFF; GALVESTON FOR KOLDING
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1917CIRCEFRENCH STEAMER - 4,133 tonsCOALTORPEDOED BY U-70, 65 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-EAST OF; FROM BARRY
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1917
ISLE OF ARRAN
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GLASGOW STEEL FULL RIGGER - 1,918 tons3,030 TONS MAIZEBOMBED BY U-BOAT 100 MILES SOUTH OF; QUEENSTOWN FOR PORTSMOUTH
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1917LARS FOSTENESNORWEGIAN STEAMER - 2,118 tonsPIECE GOODSBOMBED BY U-53 35 MILES SOUTH-WEST BY SOUTH OF; NEW YORK FOR ROTTERDAM
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1917LILLIAN H.PARRSBOROUGH SCHOONER - 467 tonsROOFING SLATES BOMBED BY U-BOAT 15 MILES SOUTH OF; WHITEHAVEN FOR BARBADOS
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1917MABELLANORWEGIAN IRON FULL RIGGER - 1,637 tonsMAIZE & OIL CAKEBOMBED BY U-BOAT 22 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-WEST OF; GALVESTON FOR KOLDING
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1917STORENESNORWEGIAN STEEL BARQUE - 1,870 tonsMAIZEBOMBED OFFSHORE BY U-BOAT; BUENOS AIRES FOR QUEENSTOWN
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1918ETONIANARMED STEAMER - 6,515 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-61, 34 MILES SOUTH BY EAST EAST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR BOSTON
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1918WANETALONDON ARMED TANKER - 1,683 tonsOILTORPEDOED BY U-101, 42 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-EAST OF; HALIFAX FOR QUEENSTOWN
c e
1927LOOPHEADSAIL VESSEL - 220 tonsCOALOFF; BARRY FOR LIMERICK
c
1940BASS ROCKABERDEEN STEAM SCHOONER RIGGED TRAWLER - 169 tonsFISHFOUNDERED AFTER BEING BOMBED BY AIRCRAFT 23 MILES SOUTH BY WEST OF; FROM MILFORD HAVEN
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1940KILGARRAN CASTLESWANSEA TRAWLERBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT OFFSHORE; FROM SWANSEA
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1940LABUDYUGOSLAVIAN STEAMER - 5,334 tonsMAIZETORPEDOED BY U-32, 25 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-WEST OF; SOUTH AFRICA FOR LIVERPOOL
c e f
1940MERCURYPADDLE STEAMER MINESWEEPER - 621 tonsBALLASTMINED OFFSHORE BY OWN MINE
e f
1940
RESPONDO
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MILFORD STEAM TRAWLER - 209 tonsFISHSUNK BY GERMAN AIRCRAFT OFFSHORE,
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1941
CALIPH
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MILFORD HAVEN KETCH RIGGED TRAWLER - 226 tonsBALLASTSHELLED BY U-BOAT 12 MILES SOUTH OF,
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1945
GOZO
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MILFORD STEAM TRAWLER - 172 tonsBALLASTMINED OFF,
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1945
GRENADA
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MILFORD STEAM STEAM TRAWLER - 183 tonsFISHMINED 30 MILES SOUTH OF,
1
1946IWATESTEAM TRAWLER - 314 tonsFISHMINED 25 MILES SOUTH OF,
c e f
1958FILS DE LA TEMPETETRAWLERFISHON WEST SIDE OF,
c g
1961TEMPTERTRAWLERBALLASTNEAR; YEAR POSSIBLY 1956
c h
1984ARDENT IICASTLETOWNBERE TRAWLER - 108 tonsFISHAT LIGHTHOUSE; LIES IN 20m
c g
1984UNKNOWN CASTLETOWNBERE TRAWLERFISHNONE
g
 
 
OYSTERHAVEN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1818SYLVANSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON GREAT SOVEREIGN ISLAND
c
1831SHAW STEWARTSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; GREENOCK FOR LIMERICK
c h
1847MARY & ELIZASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWRECKED NEAR,
c
1857NEW GROVESMACK - 24 tonsDEALAT LITTLE SOVEREIGN ISLAND
c
1873UNKNOWN x 2SAIL VESSELSUNKNOWNNONE
c
1883GLARAMARAWHITEHAVEN BARQUE - 678 tonsWHEATBETWEEN THE SOVEREIGNS AND OYSTERHAVEN; SAN FRANCISCO FOR CORK
c e g
 
 
POOR HEAD
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1790JUNOSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE BETWEEN POOR HEAD & ROCHES TOWER; BRISTOL FOR CORK
c
1822PRINCE REGENTBRIGCOALFOUNDERED OFF; LIVERPOOL FOR CORK
c e f
1828JOSEPH & DORETHEAHULL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT INCH BAY; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
c g
1849UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
c
1865SHAMROCKSMACK - 28 tonsBRICKSFROM YOUGHAL
c
1871COROMANDELLIVERPOOL 3 MASTED SAIL VESSEL - 766 tonsPETROLIUMWRECKED NEAR QUEENSTOWN HARBOUR ENTRANCE; PHILADELPHIA FOR QUEENSTOWN
c
1876ANN INGATEWHITEHAVEN BRIGANTINE - 114 tonsPITWOODCORK FOR WHITEHAVEN
c
1876TRYDANDY - 20 tonsPITWOODCORK FOR WHITEHAVEN
c
 
 
POWER HEAD
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1854
MUNSTER LASSPOOLE SLOOPINDIAN CORNFOUNDERED NEAR; QUEENSTOWN FOR YOUGHAL
c e
1866
L'AIGLEFRENCH SAIL VESSELBARREL STAVESIN CASTLE COVE
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1868
VANDASAIL VESSELNITRATE OF SODA & BORAXWENT ASHORE & BROKE UP; IQUQUE FOR GLASGOW
c g
1873
CORONATIONBIDEFORD SCHOONER - 42 tonsBARLEYSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR; PADSTOW FOR CORK
c e
 
 
QUEENSTOWN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1837LAURELBRIGWOODEN STAVESAT ROBERT'S HEAD; KINSALE FOR CORK
c h
1847STAGSAIL VESSEL - 96 tonsUNKNOWNASHORE AT; PROBABLY REFLOATED
c
1849AGAPINORI ADELFOSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT LIGHTHOUSE
c g
1850MARYSAIL VESSELBALLASTWENT ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
c
1851CLYTHAQUEENSTOWN BARQUETIMBERTOWED INTO HARBOUR AS A DERELICT; ST. JOHN N.B. FOR QUEENSTOWN
e
1851UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
c
1852ADVOCATESALCOMBE BRIGANTINE - 278 tonsTEAKAT ROBERT'S HEAD; CARGO SALVAGED; MAULMAIN FOR QUEENTSTOWN
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1854SHAMROCKKINSALE HOOKER UNKNOWNFOUNDERED OFF,
c e
1856CAROLINE PEMBERTONBARQUE - 309 tonsRICEPARTIAL WRECK
c
1856JOHANA HENRIETTABRIG - 200 tonsDIEWOODPARTIAL LOSS
c
1874SPILLQUEENSTOWN PLEASURE CUTTER - 13 tonsPASSENGERSFOUNDERED AFTER COLLOSION IN HARBOUR WITH "ROSALIE"; PROBABLY SALVAGED
c e
1875ANNIE MCJENNETBRIG - 219 tonsBALLASTAT HAGGS BAY; QUEENSTOWN FOR TROON
c g
1875PHOENIXIRON STEANER - 169 tonsBALLASTCOLLIDED WITH "SS PELICAN"; UNCLEAR WHETHER IT SANK OR NOT
c
1875RIETTADERRY BRIG - 370 tonsMAIZEIN CHURCH BAY; BALTIMORE FOR QUEENSTOWN
c e g
1880OTUSNORWEGIAN BARQUE - 496 tonsMAIZECAPSIZED NEAR SPIT LIGHTHOUSE; BALTIMORE FOR CORK
c
1882GEORGESPADSTOW SCHOONER - 86 tonsSTONEAT WEAVER'S POINT; CORK FOR NEWPORT
c
1883SEPTIMUSBELFAST BRIG - 150 tonsMANURESTRANDED & WRECKED AT RAMS HEAD; CORK FOR SWANSEA
c e g
1885ORINOCOCORK BRIG - 85 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED IN HARBOUR; PROBABLY SALVAGED; CORK FOR NEWPORT, MON.
e
1887MAID OF COVEQUEENSTOWN YAWL - 28 tonsBALLAST & PASSENGERSSANK AFTER COLLISION
e
1887VENUSNORWEGIAN BRIG - 243 tonsDEALSSTRANDED & WRECKED IN BALLINACURRA RIVER; MIRIMICHI FOR BALLINACURRA
e
1889ANNIEPENZANCE SCHOONER - 36 tonsGRAVELFOUNDERED AT RUSHBROOK; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
c e
1896NO NAMERATHCOURSEY YAWL - 1 tonBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR HARBOUR ENTRANCE
e
1898UNDAUNTEDPLYMOUTH SCHOONER - 85 tonsROOFING SLATESWRECKED AT HARBOUR ENTRANCE; PROBABLY SALVAGED; BANGOR FOR GALWAY
c e
1906ALICE & ELANORCORK KETCH - 39 tons60 TONS GRAVELAT DEEPWATER QUAY; PROBABLY SALVAGED
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1908
FLESWICK
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WHITEHAVEN STEAMER - 648 tons700 TONS COALBETWEEN WHITE & BLACK POINTS; POSSIBLY REFLOATED; GARSTON FOR CORK
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1915
HESPERIAN
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ARMED LINER - 9,599 tonsPASSENGERSTORPEDOED BY U-20, 130 MILES WEST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR MONTREAL
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1916CRESCENDOUNKNOWN - 196 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK AFTER COLLISION WITH PATROL BOAT
c
1917AMORITALIAN STEAMER - 3,472 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED BY U-66 OFFSHORE; GALVESTON FOR LIVERPOOL
e
1917
LINDFIELD
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STEEL 4 MASTED BARQUE - 2,280 tons UNKNOWNSUNK BY U-70 NEAR; PORTLAND, OREGON FOR UK
4
1917LUIGINO B.ITALIAN STEAMER - 1,971 tonsUNKNOWNSHELLED OFFSHORE BY U-49; ALMERIA FOR TYNESIDE
e
1918A-1075AMERICAN H16 CURTISS FLYING BOAT - 45ft.4 MACHINE GUNSOFF,
c
1918A-3550AMERICAN H16 CURTISS FLYING BOAT - 45ft.4 MACHINE GUNSOFF,
c
1918PHOLASLIVERPOOL TANKER - 5,743 tonsOILSANK AFTER COLLISION IN HARBOUR; MOSTLY SALVAGED
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1928ALISONIRON STEAMER - 272 tonsBALLASTOFF HARBOUR
e
1940MERISAARESTONIAN STEAMER - 2,136 tonsUNKNOWNBOMBED OFF; NEW ORLEANS FOR THE CLYDE
a
1944U-400GERMAN U-BOAT TYPE VIIC - 769 tonsCREWSUNK BY "H.M.S. NYASALAND" OFFSHORE
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RAM HEAD
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1917

WILLIAM MARTYNBARNSTAPLE SCHOONER - 104 tonsCOALBOMBED BY A U-BOAT 9 MILES SOUTH-WEST BY WEST OF; NEWPORT MON. FOR CORK
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RATHBARRY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1693

UNKNOWNDUTCH SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT STRAND
c
 
 
RENNIES BAY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1758PEMBROKESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF ROBERT'S COVE; BRISTOL FOR NEW YORK
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1775MARQUIS OF ROCKINGHAMEAST INDIAMAN - 758 tonsTROOPS, PASSENGERS & CASHNEAR ROBERT'S COVE; PORTSMOUTH FOR CORK
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1838KILLARNEYWOODEN PADDLE STEAMER - 350 tons650 PIGS & 50 PASSENGERSNEAR ROBERT'S COVE; FROM CORK
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1852STARTSAIL VESSEL - 222 tonsMAIZEIBRAIEL FOR NEWCASTLE
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1905PLUVIERABERYSTWYTH 2 MASTED SCHOONER - 310 tonsBALLASTAT FLAT HEAD; FIGUEIRA FOR PORTMADOG
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RINGABELLA BAY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1781JOHNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCARGO SALVAGED
c h
1788UNKNOWNSLOOPUNKNOWNSTRUCK ROCKS
c
1798BRITISH QUEENBRISTOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNRAN ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
c g
1851VORANSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
c
1908ALICE ELEANORKETCH - 39 tonsUNKNOWNAT LAWN POINT; QUEENSTOWN FOR YOUGHAL
c
1917WESTWICKSUNDERLAND STEAMER - 5,694 tons7,980 TONS MAIZEMINED BY UC-44 AT FISH POINT; PART SALVAGED; BALTIMORE USA FOR HULL
c e g
 
 
ROANCARRAIG
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1750
DOLPHINSSCHOONERGENERAL, STAVES & BARRELLSSTRANDED & WRECKED; NORTH ENGLAND FOR IRELAND
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1930
ARRAVALEMOTOR TRAWLERFISH1.5 MILES SOUTH OF ROANCARRAIG
c 1
1959
LOCH LOY CASTLETOWNBERE TRAWLER - 62ftFISHSANK AFTER STRIKING LAO ROCK; CREW SAVED
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1962
JOSEFA LOPEZSPANISH TRAWLER - 172 tonsFISHWRECKED 1.5 MILES SOUTH OF,
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1990

NUESTRA SENORA DE GARDTOZASPANISH TRAWLERBALLASTSTRUCK ROCKS NEAR LIGHTHOUSE AND BROKE UP
k
 
 
ROCHES POINT
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1830ELIZA ANNESAIL VESSELPASSENGERSIN ROCHE'S BAY; BORDEAUX FOR NEW PROVIDENCE
c h
1838FANNY VOASEHULL SCHOONERUNKNOWNFOUNDERED 1 MILE SOUTH OF LIGHTHOUSE IN 10 FATHOMS,
c e h
1838FRIENDSSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF LIGHTHOUSE
c h
1844VANGUARDLIVERPOOL PADDLE STEAMERHORSES & CARRIAGESRAN ASHORE INSIDE LIGHTHOUSE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
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1868
CHICAGO
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LIVERPOOL IRON STEAMER - 2, 869 tonsBAGGED GRAIN & PASSENGERSON REEF 11 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF GULEEN LIGHTVESSEL; NEW YORK FOR QUEENSTOWN
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1876CORSEWALLGLASGOW IRON STEAMER - 538 tons£30,000 OF PORTER & WHISKEY, GENERAL & PASSENGERSSTRANDED & WRECKED AT COW & CALF REEF, ROCHES POINT; DUBLIN FOR CORK
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1880LINDALIVERPOOL BARQUE - 311 tonsTIMBERSANK AFTER COLLISION; NORWAY FOR LIVERPOOL
e
1881CAROLINE MARTINGLASGOW SCHOONER - 65 tonsLIMESTONESTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR; GLASGOW FOR CORK
c e
1881CLAN MACDUFFSTEAMERPASSENGERS & GENERAL40 MILES SOUTH OF; LIVERPOOL FOR BOMBAY
c
1881CORNUBIABRIG COLLIER - 144 tonsCOAL1 MILE SOUTH-EAST OF; NEWPORT FOR CORK
c g
1881
HELENSLEA
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DUNDEE IRON 3 MASTED BARQUE - 1,248 tons1,700 TONS WHEATSUNK IN COLLISION WITH "S.S. CATALONIA"; SAN FRANCISCO FOR COBH
a c e
1881HELMIRUSSIAN BARQUE - 278 tonsCOALOFF; CARDIFF FOR NAPLES; OTHER SOURCE SAY 1874
c e g
1882CHIAPASGLASGOW STEEL STEAMER - 996 tonsGENERAL & PASSENGERSFOUNDERED 7 MILES OFF; GLASGOW FOR TRINIDAD
c e g
1882PILOTCORK TUG - 33 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED
e
1888JOHN DAVIESCAERNARFON SCHOONER - 84 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED; LONDON FOR PORTMADOG
e
1900EMBLETONBARQUENTINEUNKNOWNCUT IN HALF BY "COMPANIA"
c
1908SAIMAFINNISH BARQUE - 311 tonsBALLASTAT CURLEW GULLY, ROCHES POINT WHILE LEAVING CORK
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1916
NORWEGIAN STEAMER - 1,102 tonsMUNITIONS FOR EASTER RISINGSCUTTLED OFF ROCHES POINT; LIES IN 42m; HAS BEEN DIVED; ANCHORS RAISED; FORMERLY "S.S. CASTRO"; LUBECK FOR CORK
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1917WESWICKMERCHANTMAN - 5,694 tonsUNKNOWNMINED OFF,
c
1944UNKNOWNUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF,
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1993STAR IMMACULATE IITRAWLER - 99 tonsBALLASTNEAR; LIES IN 18m; HAS BEEN DIVED
n
1996TOMFIELDNASSAU MOTOR VESSEL - 1,034 tonsBALLASTDROVE ASHORE; MOSTLY SALVAGED;WICKLOW FOR TIVOLI
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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
"Exploring the Lusitania"
by
Robert D. Ballard
Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1995 - ISBN: 0297813145
c
"Irish Wrecks Database"
by
Roy Stokes & Liam Dowling
d
"Lusitania - Unravelling the Mysteries"
by
Patrick O'Sullivan
Collins Press 1998 - ISBN: 1898256519
e
"Shipwreck Index of Ireland"
by
Richard & Bridget Larn
Lloyd's Register - Fairplay Ltd 2002 - ISBN: 1900839970
f
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 932 - 1997"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 1998 - ISBN: 0952302713
g
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 1105 – 1993"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 1994 - ISBN: 0952302705
h
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 1582 - 2000"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 2000 - ISBN: 0952302721
i
"Their Bones are Scattered"
by
Raymond White
Kilmore Enterprises - ISBN: 0954439805
j
"Underwater Ireland Guide to Irish Dive Sites"
by
Irish Underwater Council
CFT 1999 - ISBN: 0948283025
k
"News from Castletownbere"
by
Helen Riddell
Marine Times February 2010 - ISSN 0791-1548
l
"A Lifetime of Fishing"
by
Donal O'Driscoll
Marine Times February 2010 - ISSN 0791-1548
m
"Raising the Aud Anchors"
by
Timmy Carey
CFT's "SubSea" Magazine Autumn 2012
n
"The Diveable Shipwrecks of Cork Harbour"
by
Timmy Carey & Tony O'Mahony
CFT's "SubSea" Magazine Summer 2009
o
"A Step Up - The arrival of BIM 56-footers"
by
Pat Nolan
Clachan Publishing
 
 
OTHER SOURCES:
1
Internet 2006
2
Internet 2006
3
Internet 2006
4
Internet 2013
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