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HOOK
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1645
GREAT LEWISBRITISH FLAGSHIPTROOPS & 30 CARRIAGE MOUNTED GUNSAT HOOK HEAD AS A RESULT OF CANNON FIRE; THOUGHT TO OLIVER CROMWELL'S FLAGSHIP; ARCHEOLOGY SITE
b c e f
1697HASTINGS H.M.S.32 GUN FRIGATE - 384 tons/109ft.32 CANNON FOUNDERED OFF HOOK HEAD; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b c e f
1769DUCHESS OF LEINSTERBRIGRUMOFF HOOK TOWER; WATERFORD FOR MILFORD
b c d f
1784
ST. BARBARASCHOONERFRUIT & CORKBETWEEN HOOK & TUSKER ROCK; LISBON FOR DUBLIN
b c f
1814
DOVESAIL VESSELPORKAT HOOK TOWER, CARGO SALVAGED; CORK FOR LONDON
b c d f
1814WILLIAM ISAIL VESSELROCK SALT & EARTHENWAREOUTSIDE HOOK HEAD; LIVERPOOL FOR AMSTERDAM
b f
1819
EARL OF LEICESTERBRIG - 113 tonsPASSENGERS, MAIL & GENERALRAN ASHORE, POSSIBLY SALVAGED; MILFORD FOR WATERFORD
b c f
1821SUSANILFRACOMBE SLOOP UNKNOWN15 LEAGUES OFF HOOK TOWER; FROM ILFRACOMBE
b f
1822
ESTHERLIVERPOOL SLOOPCOTTON & RICECHARLESTON FOR LIVERPOOL
b c f
1822
SANDWICH PACKET SAIL VESSELPASSENGERSMILFORD FOR WATERFORD
b c f
1823
FLORAQUEBEC SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWEST SIDE OF; QUEBEC FOR LIVERPOOL
b c
1831
ST. PATRICKPADDLE STEAMERUNKNOWNAT DOORNOGUE POINT; DUBLIN FOR WATERFORD
b c f
1832ELIZA & ANNSAIL VESSELWHEATWATERFORD FOR LARNE
b f
1835
CORDELIABRIGANTINE BALLASTSPAIN FOR CARDIFF
b c d f
1838AEDECIASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR HOOK LIGHT; FETHARD FOR WALES
b
1838
ARRANIRVINE BRIG - 104 tonsUNKNOWNLEFT SIDE OF HOOK HEAD; WEXFORD FOR GLOUCESTER
b c f
1838
ST. PATRICKLIVERPOOL PADDLE STEAMERPASSENGERSLIVERPOOL FOR WATERFORD
c f
1839ALERTBRIG COALSTRANDED 0.5 MILES FROM; CARDIFF FOR WEXFORD
b c f
1839PHEASENTSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT TOWER; NEWPORT FOR WATERFORD
b
1848EMMASAIL VESSELCOALNONE
b f
1850UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
b
1852
CAROLINAMALTA BRIG - 212 tonsINDIAN CORN2 MILES EAST OF LIGHTHOUSE; GALETZ FOR WATERFORD
b c e f
1852
COLUMBUSNEW YORK FULL RIGGER - 1,849 tons3,800 BALES COTTON & 5,000 BUSHELS CORN 0.5 MILES WEST OF, AT KILLOGGAN BAY; NEW ORLEANS FOR LIVERPOOL
b c e f
1852
NO NAMEBRIGUNKNOWNSTRANDED
c
1854
GRENVILLE BAYNEWCASTLE BARQUE - 357 tonsBALLASTNEAR LIGHTHOUSE; FLEETWOOD FOR DALHOUSIE
b c f
1854MARIASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1859
PERSEVERENCEMILFORD SCHOONER - 58 tonsCOALFOUNDERED
c
1860
GOLDEN STARAMERICAN FULL RIGGED - 1193 tons4.030 BALES RAW COTTONSTRUCK ROCKS AT CARNIVANE; MOBILE FOR LIVERPOOL
a b c e f
1862
MARIAWEXFORD SCHOONER - 96 tonsCOALFOUNDERED OFF HOOK TOWER
c
1862
UNKNOWNAUSTRIAN SAIL SHIPUNKNOWNINSIDE HOOK TOWER
b
1864
SAIL VESSEL - 2,000 tons200 TONS SILVER & COPPER ORE & IVORYBELOW HOOK TOWER; FROM SAN FRANCISCO
b c d e f g
1865
PANOPEFOWEY BRIGANTINE - 142 tonsRAW COTTON, SUGAR & CHINA2 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-EAST OF HOOK HEAD
b c e f
1869PROTEUSSAIL VESSEL
UNKNOWN
SUNK IN A SQUALL OFF HOOK; CARDIFF FOR WATERFORD
b f
1870ASTRIASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFROM WHITEHAVEN
b f
1872
KINSALEGLASGOW SAILED STEAMER - 499 tonsALE, BACON & BISCUITSAT HELL HOLE, PART SALVAGED; WATERFORD FOR GLASGOW
b c e f
1873
JOHNBRIDGEWATER SCHOONER - 80 tonsGYPSUMSTRUCK ROCKS 0.5 MILES EAST OF; ILFRACOMBE FOR WATERFORD
c
1873
WATCHETSCHOONERUNKNOWNAT HOOK TOWER; ILFRACOMB FOR WATERFORD
b c e
1878
TEMPOGENOA BARQUE - 437 tonsMAIZENEAR HOOK TOWER; BALTIMORE USA FOR NEW ROSS
b c f
1879
EMMA C. BEALEBOSTON BARQUE SALTSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR HOOK POINT; LIVERPOOL FOR GLOUCESTER
b c e f
1880
MESSENGERLONDON SCHOONER - 133 tonsCOALUNDER HOOK HEAD TOWER; NEWPORT, MONMOUTH FOR BALLINACURRA
b c
1883SLANEYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1885
ROSCIUSGREENOCK SCHOONER - 99 tonsSCRAP COPPER & IRON, & EMIGRANTS4 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF; BELFAST FOR NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE
b c d f
1885SEA FOAMSAIL VESSELHERRINGNONE
b f
1892
DARINCARDIFF SCHOONER - 80 tonsCOALFOUNDERED 2 MILES EAST-NORTH-EAST OF HOOK HEAD TOWER; GARSTON FOR WATERFORD
c
1892
OCEAN BELLEPADSTOW SCHOONER - 77 tonsUNKNOWNABANDONED 20 MILES OFF POINT LIGHTHOUSE; LONDON FOR WATERFORD
c
1895KATE & MARYUNKNOWNCOAL & PASSENGERSOFF; SUNK IN COLLISION WITH "PEMBROKE"
b f
1896JESSIESAIL VESSELCOALOFF; FOR NEW ROSS
b f
1911
MARGARET GLOUCESTER KETCHCOALINSIDE THE HOOK; NEWPORT FOR WATERFORD
b c f
1916
FINGALGLASGOW IRON STEAMER - 124 tonsCOALFOUNDERED 7 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF; FLEETWOOD FOR KINSALE
b c d f
1917CONISHEAD4 MASTED BARQUE - 2,526 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK BY UC-75 SOUTH OF; TOCOPILLA FOR LIVERPOOL
1
1917
CRISPINARMED LIVERPOOL STEAMER - 3,965 tonsANIMALS, HORSES & PASSENGERSTORPEDOED BY U-57, 14 MILES SOUTH OF; LIES IN 58m; NEWPORT NEWS FOR AVONMOUTH
a b c d f
1917
ETAL MANORNEWCASTLE STEEL STEAMER - 1,875 tonsCOALTORPEDOED BY UC-48, 7 MILES SOUTH BY WEST OF HOOK POINT; LIES IN 58 METRES; BARRY FOR QUEENSTOWN
a b c e f
1917GOORDYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSOUTH OF,
b
1917
KARINA
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ARMED STEAMER - 4,222 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY UC-75, 17 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-WEST WEST OF HOOK POINT; LIES IN 70 METRES; SIERRA LEONE FOR LIVERPOOL
a b c f 3
1917
LADY OF THE LAKEKETCH - 51 tonsUNKNOWNSHELLED BY U-BOAT 15 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-WEST OF,
b c d e f
1917
LINCOLNSHIREGLASGOW STEAMER- 3,965 tons1,500 TONS COPPER, 525 TONS ZINC, 47 TONS BRASS, 2,500 TONS WAGONS & 415 TONS MACHINERYTORPEDOED BY U-57, 8 MILES SOUTH-WEST BY SOUTH OF; LIES IN 150ft.; NEW YORK FOR LE HARVE
b c e f
1917
MEDITERRANEANSAIL VESSEL - 105 tonsUNKNOWNSHELLED & SUNK BY U-BOAT 13 MILES SOUTH OF,
b e f
 
 
HOOK continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1917
T. CROWLEYKINSALE SCHOONER - 97 tons COALSHELLED BY U-BOAT 15 MILES SOUTH OF; CARDIFF FOR KINSALE
b c e f
1919
ST. MARGARETBELFAST STEAM COLLIER - 478 tonsCOALOFF HOOK POINT; TROON FOR WATERFORD
b c e f
1924
CORK STEAMER - 606 tons200 SHEEP & CATTLE, FORD MOTOR CO. PARTSCAPSIZED; CORK FOR MANCHESTER; LIES IN 38 METRES
b e f
1930
AVOLA
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MOTOR TRAWLER - 65 tonsBALLASTBURNED & SANK 15 MILES SOUTH BY EAST OF; FROM MILFORD
b 2
1943SCHLESWIGGERMAN LUGGERUNKNOWNDATE APPROX.; HAS BEEN DIVED
h
1947ARYUNKNOWNUNKNOWNSOUTH OF,
b f
1948MINTSTEAM TRAWLER - 97 tonsFISHAT ROSSLARE FORT
b f 2
1956MERCHANT VANGUARDTRAWLERBALLASTSTRUCK ROCK & BROKE UP
2
1956
NAOMH SEOSAMHFETHARD TRAWLERHERRING100yds. OFF; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b e f
1957
ST. JOSEPHDUNMORE MOTOR TRAWLERBALLASTFOUNDERED 100yds SOUTH OF HOOK HEAD
b c
1959SANTA LUCIAUNKNOWNFISHNONE
b f
1960KESTRELFISHING VESSEL FISHNONE
b f
1962
SPARKLING WAVEARKLOW WOODEN MOTOR TRAWLER - 50 ft.BALLASTSTRUCK ROCKS AND DROVE ASHORE AT BAWNBEG
b c f
1966
SCHLESIENGERMAN TRAWLER - 303 tonsFISHHOOK HEAD, 400 yds FROM LIGHTHOUSE; FROM BREMEN
b c e f
1967
SHADINSAYSCOTTISH COASTER - 158 tonsBALLASTAT HOOK HEAD; FORMERLY AN ICELANDIC TRAWLER; CLYDE FOR ST. VINCENT
b c e f
1968HAZEL B.TRAWLERBALLASTNONE
b
1970
GLENMALUREKILMORE BIM MOTOR TRAWLER - 56ft.BALLASTWENT ASHORE NEAR
b c e f j
1971
CASTLE BAYWICKLOW TRAWLER - 62 ft.BALLAST4 MILES OFF HOOK HEAD
b c f
1971LONE STARTRAWLER - 65 ft.BALLASTSANK UNDER TOW OFF
b f
1972TOURMALETFRENCH TRAWLERBALLASTSANK WHILE BEING RE-FLOATED
b
1973
CROGHAN
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MOTOR SHIP - 900 tonsUNKNOWN100yds OFF SHORE; WATERFORD FOR SHARPNESS
b c e f
1997
DELTA DAWNDUNCANNON TRAWLER BALLASTOFF,
b
 
 
KILGORMIN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1859

ARTICBRIGUNKNOWNAT STRAND, POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b f
 
 
KILMICHAEL POINT
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1877
PRESTONORWEGIAN SCHOONER - 200 tonsSTAVES & BARRELS0.5 MILES NORTH OF COASTGUARD STATION; FREDERICKSTADT FOR LIVERPOOL
b c

1902

ROSE-IN-JUNEARKLOW SMACK - 6 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 2 MILES OFF; FROM ARKLOW
c
 
 
KILMORE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1791
LITTLE NEPTUNEFRENCH SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR HARBOUR; ST. DOMINGO FOR DUNKIRK
b c d f
1803UNKNOWN x 11SAIL VESSELSUNKNOWNBETWEEN KILMORE & HOOK,
b
1811
MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDROGHEDA FOR ST. UBES
b c d f
1819
ANNEBRIG - 239 tonsTEA, SUGAR & GENERALAT ST. PATRICK'S BRIDGE; LONDON FOR DUBLIN
c f
1824
GENEROUS PLANTER LONDON SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNST. JOHN'S N.B. FOR LIVERPOOL
b c d f
1835AULEYSAIL VESSELAPPLESFROM JERSEY
b f
1835FRANCESSAIL VESSELOILNONE
b f
1836ST. JAMESAMERICAN SAIL VESSELCOTTONSAVANAH FOR LIVERPOOL
b f
1836UNKNOWNBRIG LOGWOODOFF,
b f
1837
MARY SLOOPSALTFOR DUBLIN
b e f
1837MARY & BETSEYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOR DUBLIN
b f
1837
SHANCADDIELIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELCOTTON BALESNONE
c e
1838
THISTLESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED; ST. ANDREW'S N.B. FOR LIVERPOOL
b c f
1839UNKNOWNSCHOONER FRUITNONE
b f
1840UNKNOWNSLOOPSLATESOFF,
b
1842ALFREDBRIG BRANDYNONE
b f
1846
AIMWELLBRIGFRUITYEAR APPROX.; PART SALVAGED
b e f
1846
LEIPA ZARITZAAUSTRIAN VESSELGUANOYEAR APPROX.
b
1846
MORCASPANISH VESSELWHEATYEAR APPROX.
b e f
1846
PRINCE OF WALESBRIGPIPE CLAYYEAR APPROX.; PART SALVAGED
b f
1846
TEMPLEMANSAIL VESSELCOPPER & TOBACCOYEAR APPROX.
b e
1846
VERMOTSAIL VESSELCOTTONYEAR APPROX.; PART SALVAGED
e
1847
MACAOSAIL VESSEL 2,000 BARRELS CORN & 500 BARRELS MEATCARGO SALVAGED
b c e
1850HORATIOSAIL VESSEL - 266 tonsWHEATOFF FORLORN POINT; ALEXANDRIA FOR DUBLIN
b f
1852HEROSAIL VESSELCOTTON WOOLYEAR APPROX.
b f
1853TANCREDSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1856ELIZABETH HUDDLESON SCHOONER - 67 tonsCOALNEWPORT FOR WATERFORD
b f
1856
EXILEBRIGANTINE UNKNOWNFROM NEW ROSS
b e
1857PURTNDIADASAIL VESSELFRUITALFANDIGO FOR LIVERPOOL
f
1859GRACE DARLINGUNKNOWNCOALNONE
b f
1859NEMESISSAIL VESSELEGYPTIAN WHEATOFF PIER; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; ALEXANDRIA FOR BELFAST
b
1860
UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
-
1864
EMPRESSLIVERPOOL BARQUE - 394 tonsPALM OILSTRANDED NEAR; POSSIBLY RE-FLOATED
b c
1867NEUF PACIFIQUEBRIG - 91 tonsFLOUR2 MILES WEST OF; SANTANDER FOR LIVERPOOL
b
1868
HOOYLANDGLASGOW BARQUE - 308 tonsRAW COTTON & SUGARAT THE BURROW; SURINAM FOR GREENOCK
c
1869JOSEPHINESAIL VESSELSUGARFOR LIVERPOOL
b f
1873
MARTHAWATERFORD BRIG - 91 tonsPIT WOODOFF; WATERFORD FOR NEWPORT, MON.
c
1874
CALCUTTAIRON SAIL VESSELPYRITE ORE AT BALLYTEIGUE BAY; SURINAM FOR LIVERPOOL
b e f
1874
GLIDEWATERFORD SAIL VESSELCOALOFF,
b c e f
1879
DEBONAIRGREENOCK SCHOONER - 93 tonsIRON ORE & SARDINESBILBAO FOR GLASGOW
b c e f
1880
JOHN A. HARVIE WINDSOR N.S. 4 MASTED BARQUE - 1035 tons1,555 TONS MAIZEAT BALLYHEALY 3 MILES FROM; NEW YORK FOR DUBLIN
b c e f
1881BRITANNICUNKNOWNPASSENGERS
NONE
b f
1881
LIFFEYST. JOHN N.B. BARQUE - 845 tons1,000 TONS GENERAL & DEALS500yds SOUTH OF; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; ST. JOHN N.B. FOR LIVERPOOL
b c e f
1881
PINSONFRENCH LUGGER - 96 tonsCOALSTRANDED 3 MILES EAST OF; PORT TALBOT FOR MAUBERT
b c f
1883
CLEMENTIA ( or CLEMENTINA)CARDIFF BARQUE - 336 tonsRUM & SUGAR3 MILES WEST OF PIER; DEMERARA FOR GREENOCK
b c e f
1887
CYGNETWEXFORD WOODEN STEAMER - 20 tonsBALLASTDROVE ASHORE NEAR,
b c
1896
CATCH HER IF YOU CANKILMORE CUTTER - 3 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED OFFSHORE AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
b c
1896
DOVEWEXFORD CUTTER - 3 tonsBALLASTDROVE ASHORE AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
b c
1896
GANNETWEXFORD CUTTER - 2 tonsBALLASTDROVE ASHORE AFTER PARTING MOORINGS
b c
1896
LARKKILMORE CUTTER - 5 tonsBALLASTDROVE ASHORE AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
b c
1896
ROSEWEXFORD CUTTER - 3 tonsBALLASTDROVE ASHORE AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
b c
1896
SALTEESWEXFORD CUTTER - 4 tonsBALLASTSUNK AT MOORINGS NEAR; FROM KILMORE
b c
1896WAVE CRESTKILMORE CUTTER - 7 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER BREAKING FROM MOORING
b c
1911ALICE LATHAMUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNONE
b
1912CLARAWEXFORD SCHOONER - 69 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS
b f
1912EVAUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNONE
f
1927PEARLUNKNOWNUNKNOWNAT KILMORE QUAY; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b f
1927WAYFARERUNKNOWNBALLASTYEAR APPROX.
f
1928ELECTRICUNKNOWNFISHAT KILMORE QUAY
f
1928ONWARDUNKNOWNCOALAT KILMORE QUAY
b f
1989JOHNNY K. KILMORE TRAWLERBALLASTNONE
b
1989
OSPREYKILMORE TRAWLERBALLASTNONE
b
 
 
LAWLEESH ROCK
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1960

BARGEBARGEUNKNOWNPOSSIBLY SALVAGED
-
 
 
MOCKBEGGAR
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1820

ROBERT STEWARTSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWEXFORD FOR LIVERPOOL
b d f
 
 
MONEYWEIGHTS BANK
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1825

MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTAKISCO FOR WATERFORD
b c d f
 
 
MORRIS CASTLE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1840MERCURYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFROM WEXFORD
f
1851SHAMROCKLIVERPOOL SCHOONER GENERALLIVERPOOL FOR LISBON
b c f
1861LOUISAWOODEN RIVER PADDLE STEAMERUNKNOWNON SANDBANK
c e f
1973UNKNOWNYACHTCREWCAPSIZED 1.5 MILES OFF,
b
1882HINDEUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1882OXFORDUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1893VIOLANTEUNKNOWNBALLASTROTTERDAM FOR LIVERPOOL
b f
 
 
NETHERTOWN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1879

MLUIGI OLIVARI SGENOA BARQUE - 580 tonsINDIAN CORN 0.5 MILES NORTH OF RAIL STATION; PHILADELPHIA FOR SILLOTH
c
 
 
RAVEN POINT
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1887
MOUNTAIN MAIDLIVERPOOL SCHOONER - 53 tonsCOALLLANELLY FOR GREENCASTLE
c f
1915
MARGARET & MARYWEXFORD 2 MASTED SCHOONER - 98 tonsCOALON RAVEN SPITT; CARDIFF FOR WEXFORD
b c d e f
1933
SWANEN4 MASTED DANISH SCHOONER TIMBERWENT ASHORE & WRECKED; ROSSLARE FOR WEXFORD
b f

1970

AKME PAL (or AKNE PAHL)GERMAN COASTER - 499 tonsBALLASTON SHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b f
 
 
RAVENGLASS
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1816

ANNESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED, POSSIBLY SALVAGED; WEXFORD FOR LIVERPOOL
b d
 
 
REEDSTOWN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1958

ST. KEVINIRISH WOODEN MOTOR TRAWLER - 35ft.FISHPOSSIBLY SALVAGED
b c e
 
 
RING BAN BEACH
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1917

MARY GRACESCHOONER - 59 tonsUNKNOWNBOMB PUT ON BOARD BY U-BOAT; LATER REFLOATED
b c e f
 
 
ROSS
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1643
LOVES INCREASEUK GOVERNMENT SAIL VESSELTROOPSAT NEW ROSS; DUNCANNON FOR DUBLIN
b f
1797
SARAH & BETTYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT ROSS RIVER; ROSS FOR LIVERPOOL
c
1799
MERCURYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR ROSS; BAHAMAS FOR LONDON
c
1811
JOSEPH BARQUE - 169 tonsCOALDRIVEN ASHORE,
c

1812

MARGARET SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNIN ROSS BAY; NEWPORT FOR LIMERICK
c
 
 
ROSSLARE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1804
POLLY & MARYLLEWELLYN SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED NEAR; GLASGOW FOR LIVERPOOL
b c d f
1820
ANNESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT ROSS LAKE; LIVERPOOL FOR CORK
b c f
1829
THOMAS FARRELLWEXFORD SAIL VESSEL - 199 tonsUNKNOWNNEAR,
b c d f
1830
JULIANNALIVERPOOL BRIG COTTON WOOLAT LONG BANK; BAHIA FOR ECUADOR
b e
1837SULTANASAIL VESSELCOTTON WOOLAT LONG BANK
b e
1840MARYSCHOONERUNKNOWNIN BAY
-
1852
BHURTPOREMASTED STEAMER - 1,500 tonsSAIL & 370 EMIGRANTSAT LONG BANK; LIVERPOOL FOR NEW ORLEANS
b e
1853
WILLIAM & MARYSAILING SMACKSLATESFROM PORTHGAIN
b e
1855
TORRANCEWEXFORD SAIL VESSELCOALAT THE FORT OF,
b c e
1859
EDERSLICUNKNOWNUNKNOWNIN BAY
f
1861
ISABELLA DAVIDSONINVERNESS SAIL VESSELBALLASTDRIVEN ASHORE NEAR; FALMOUTH FOR TROON
b c e
1868
BLANCHE MOORESAIL VESSEL - 2,795 tonsUNKNOWNAT LONG BANK; LIVERPOOL FOR CALCUTTA
b f
1868CIVIL SERVICEUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1868LORETOLIVERPOOL BARQUE UNKNOWNPOSSIBLY SALVAGED
b f
1870
MARYBANGOR SCHOONERSLATESFOR WEXFORD
b e f
1876
MAGGIE ANNE STEWARTARDROSSAN PILOT CUTTER - 27 tonsBALLASTFROM WEXFORD
b c
1879HELENBARQUEUNKNOWNFROM LIVERPOOL
b f
1879
UNKNOWNCHERBOURG SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR,
c
1883ELLEN KERRUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1884STRATENDRICKUNKNOWNCOAL & IRONLIVERPOOL FOR RIO GRANDE
b f
1885
HIGHLAND MARYBELFAST BRIG - 87 tonsCOAL0.5 MILES NORTH OF COASTGUARD STATION; CARDIFF FOR WEXFORD
b c d f
1888LUCINDA JANEWEXFORD SCHOONERMALTWEXFORD FOR DUBLIN
b
1888
PILOTWEXFORD SCHOONER - 67 tonsCOALAT ROSSLARE POINT
b c f
1889LILLYDALECORK BRIGANTINECOALAT KILCRANE; NEWPORT FOR CORK
b f
1890
CLARA & JESSIEWEXFORD SCHOONER - 67 tonsBALLAST3 MILES NORTH OF COASTGUARD STATION; WEXFORD FOR MILFORD HAVEN
b c f
1891ANGHARADCAERNARFON SCHOONER - 38 tonsCOALAT FORT; NEWPORT FOR WEXFORD
b c f
1891COMMERCEWEXFORD SCHOONER - 63 tonsCOALAT FORT; PORTCAWL FOR SWANSEA; POSSIBLY SAME VESSEL AS DOGGER BANK
b
1892MARYSUNKNOWNTIMBERAT FORT; RUNCORN FOR PORT TALBOT
b f
1900
BONITALONDON YAWL - 12 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED NEAR; KINGSTOWN FOR CORK
b c
1900MUCKALOOUNKNOWNUNKNOWNYEAR APPROX.
f
1903
LOVE LANEWEXFORD LUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTNEAR LIGHTHOUSE; FROM WEXFORD
b c
1904YARA YARAUNKNOWNCOALNEWPORT FOR WEXFORD
b f
1906GANNETUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1906UNKNOWN x 32 KETCH'S & 1 SCHOONERUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1907
ELIZA BOND
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LANCASTER SCHOONER - 56 tonsBALLAST2 MILES WEST-NORTH-WEST OF PIER; BANNOW FOR PORT TALBOT
b c
1908EMERALDKETCH - 40 tonsBALLASTAT LONG BANK
b
1908
OCEAN MAIDWEXFORD 2 MASTED SCHOONER - 74 tonsCOALNEAR HARBOUR; NEWPORT MON. FOR WEXFORD
b c e f
1908
TEMPESTKETCH - 6 tonsBALLASTAT ROSSLARE POINT; FROM WEXFORD
b c
1909
ANNIEWEXFORD SMACK - 23 tonsBALLAST2 MILES SOUTH OF COASTGUARD STATION
b c
1915ADVANCEBRIXHAM TRAWLER BALLASTIN HARBOUR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b f
1915EDITH MAYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDRIVEN ASHORE
b
1915EDWARDARKLOW SCHOONER OATSIN HARBOUR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b f
1915FAITHSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDRIVEN ASHORE
b
1915FRIENDSHIPBRIXHAM TRAWLER BALLASTIN HARBOUR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b f
1915GLYNNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDRIVEN ASHORE
b
1915HARVEST KINGARKLOW SCHOONER UNKNOWNIN HARBOUR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b f
1915
JOHN BULLNEWHAVEN SCHOONER - 114 tonsCOALAT HARBOUR, PROBABLY SALVAGED; GLASGOW FOR NEW ROSS
b c f
1915MARIA REIDSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDRIVEN ASHORE
b
1915
MARY AGNESWEXFORD SCHOONER - 103 tonsUNKNOWNAT STRAND; WEXFORD FOR BRISTOL
c
1915QUEEN OF THE WESTSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDRIVEN ASHORE
b
1915RIVALSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDRIVEN ASHORE
b
1915UNITYBRIXHAM TRAWLER BALLASTIN HARBOUR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b f
1915UNKNOWN x 6SCHOONERSUNKNOWNDRIVEN ASHORE
b
1923AVANCE M205SMACKBALLASTSTUCK FAIRWAY BUOY AND SANK,
2
1924CYMRICUNKNOWNBRICKSNONE
b f
1930EARLUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1936
CRESTDUBLIN 3 MASTED AUXILARY SCHOONER - 118 tonsSALTAT BEACH AT HARBOUR, POSSIBLY SALVAGED; WEXFORD FOR DUBLIN
b c e
1941
LODDONLOWESTOFT STEAM TRAWLERFISHPOSSIBLY SALVAGED
b e
1941
WILLIAM DOWNESLONDON STEEL STEAM STRAWLER - 275 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION 4 MILES OFF,
c
1945HAPPY HARRYUNKNOWNCOALNONE
b f
1949CYDONIASTEAMERUNKNOWNSTRUCK MINE
b f
1963
ANCHROITEHULL STEEL TRAWLER - 314 tonsBALLASTDROVE ASHORE NEAR HARBOUR; FLEETWOOD FOR PASSAGE WEST
b c e
1973MARGARET KERRYYACHT - 30ft.CREWOFF,
b f
1982
SUCCESSWATERFORD WOODEN TRAWLER - 75ft.FISHIN COLLISION 1 MILE OFF HARBOUR
b c e f
 
 
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
"Underwater Ireland Guide to Irish Dive Sites"
by
Irish Underwater Council CFT 1999 - ISBN: 0948283025
h
"Fifty Years of Diving Remembered"
by
John Hailes
CFT's "SubSea" Magazine Autumn 2012
i
"Sea Change - The rise of the BIM 50-footer"
by
Pat Nolan
Nonsuch Publishing ISBN: 9781845889425
j
"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
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