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Tuskar Rock

 

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TUSKAR ROCK
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1756
GREYHOUNDSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED; DUBLIN FOR FRANCE
c
1764
THE MCDOWELLSAIL VESSEL325 HOGSHEAD OF TOBACCOMARYLAND FOR GLASGOW
b c d f
1804
GREZZIESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR TRALEE
b c d f
1807
ISABELLASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
c
1809
FRANCISWHITEHAVEN SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; WATERFORD FOR LIVERPOOL
b c d f
1810
HAMMONDCOLLIERCOALNEAR; FROM WHITEHAVEN
b c d f
1812
IRLAMWEST INDIAMAN - 380 tonsCOFFEE, TROOPS, SILVER PLATE & 200 GOLD GUINEASNEAR; BARBADOS FOR LIVERPOOL
b c e f
1812
KITTYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
b d f
1818
ROSESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNRAN ASHORE; POSSIBLY REFLOATED; MESSINA FOR LIVERPOOL
c
1818
UNKNOWNBRIGUNKNOWN SUNK IN COLLISION
c
1820
MARYGLASGOW SAIL VESSELGENERALFOUNDERED 10 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF; GLASGOW FOR GIBRALTAR
b c f
1822
CONCORDWORKINGTON SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR NEWFOUNDLAND
c
1822
HOPEMILFORD SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUNDERED
c
1822
UNITYSWANSEA SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSWANSEA FOR DUBLIN
c
1824
ELIZABETHSAIL VESSELBUTTERCORK FOR LIVERPOOL
b c d f
1824
LANGTONMARYPORT SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR NORTH AMERICA
c
1825
ROBERTSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT NEW GROUNDS; BANGOR FOR NEWCASTLE
b c d f
1830
HOPESAIL VESSELUNKNOWN21 MILES EAST-SOUTH-EAST OF; SWANSEA FOR CHESTER
b c f
1833
ZEPHYRLONDON CUTTERGENERALNONE
b f
1834TAGUSSCHOONER SALTFROM LIVERPOOL
b f
1837BRISTOLSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1837
GLASGOWAMERICAN VESSEL - 423 tonsWHEAT, SALT, IRON, COPPER & 90 PASSENGERSSTRUCK BARRELL ROCKS; LIVERPOOL FOR NEW YORK
b c e f
1837JANESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1837MEXICOSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1841UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELCOFFEE & COTTONYEAR APPROX.
b
1846
BROTHERSSCHOONERSALTYEAR APPROX.
b f
1846
MARYSLOOPFLOUR & MALTYEAR APPROX.; PART SALVAGED
b f
1846
UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELCOALPART SALVAGED; YEAR APPROX.
b f
1846
UNKNOWNSCHOONERGENERALOFF; YEAR APPROX.
b f
1848
ANNA STR. (or ARAN STAR)LIVERPOOL SAIL VESSEL - 210 tonsUNKNOWNFOUNDERED NEAR; LIVERPOOL FOR CONSTANTINOPLE
c
1848
CHIEFTAINDUMBARTON BRIG - 147 tonsGENERALFOUNDERED OFF; LIVERPOOL FOR AFRICA
c
1848
FINN MACCOULL220 h.p. WOODEN PADDLE STEAMERPASSENGERSON CHARTER; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; PORTRUSH FOR LIVERPOOL
b c e
1848
WATKINSGLASGOW BRIG - 236 tonsUNKNOWNMATANZAS FOR LIVERPOOL
b c
1849
OCEAN CHILDABERYSTWYTH SCHOONERUNKNOWNFROM ABERYSTWYTH
c
1850ISABELLASCHOONER - 55 tonsUNKNOWNNONE
b
1851
ALBIONSAIL VESSEL - 150 tonsUNKNOWNBETWEEN TUSKAR & CARNSORE POINT
b c f
1851
WITCHBRISTOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNPOSSIBLY SALVAGED; BRISTOL FOR CORK
b c e f
1852
THERESEVENETIAN BRIG - 470 tonsINDIAN CORNNEAR; IBRAIL FOR NEWRY
b c d e f
1854
RIVALBELFAST BRIGIRON BARS, TUBES & SHEETSFOUNDERED; GLASGOW FOR GENOA
c
1856ALCIOPESAIL VESSELGENERALSTRUCK THE BARRELS ROCKS; LIVERPOOL FOR MALABAR
b f
1856CASSIVELAUNESSSAIL VESSELSALTEAST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR CALCUTTA
b f
1856CATHERINESAIL VESSELBALLASTSTRUCK THE BARRELS ROCKS; QUEENSTOWN FOR CARDIFF
b f
1856ELIZABETH MARTINSAIL VESSELGENERALLIVERPOOL FOR SINGAPORE
b f
1856GEORGEBARQUE RIGGED SCREW STEAMERSALTFOUNDERED OFF; LIVERPOOL FOR QUEBEC
b f
1856STAR OF HOPESAIL VESSELGENERALBRISTOL FOR SWANSEA
b f
1859
POMONEEMIGRANT SHIP - 1181 tonsPASSENGERSAT BLACKWATER BANK; LIVERPOOL FOR NEW YORK
e
1861GRACE EVANSUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1861
JUNIATAFULL RIGGED - 834 tonsSALT & IRON BARS/SHEETFOUNDERED OFF LIGHT
b c
1862
FAIRYSCHOONER - 82 tonsIRON OREFOUNDERED OFF; BARRY FOR NEWPORT
b c
1863
SARAH PALMERLIVERPOOL IRON BARQUE - 1,301 tonsRAW COTTON, JUTE & RICE1 MILE SOUTH-SOUTH-WEST OF; CALCUTTA FOR LIVERPOOL
b c
1864
FLORISTLIVERPOOL SNOW - 273 tonsCOAL & BREADON LONG BANK; LIVERPOOL FOR NASSAU
c
1865
PAULITABRIGANTINE - 240 tonsSUGARFOUNDERED 34 MILES NORTH EAST OF,
c
1865STIRLINGSHIREBARQUE - 365 tonsCOTTON, SUGAR & RUMFROM WEST INDIES; FOUND ABANDONED
b f
1867NONPARIELSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF
b f
1867
ORCADIANIRON STEAMERSALTSTRANDED
b c f
1869WILLIAM LINDSAYIRON SQUARE RIGGER - 959 tonsUNKNOWN5.5 MILES NORTH BY 1.5 MILES WEST OF; BELL & ANCHOR RECOVERED IN 1984
b f
1870BUBONABRIGPIG IRON NEAR SALTEES; POSSIBLY 1860; ARDROSSAN FOR LE HARVE
b f
1870
RIPPLEWEXFORD BRIGINDIAN CORN

STRUCK ROCKS; ISRAEL FOR WEXFORD

b c e f
1870WINDSORSAIL VESSELUNKNOWN4 MILES SOUTH OF; FOUND CAPSIZED & LOST IN TOW
b
1872BELAMYU
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
AT SOUTH ROCK; NEWCASTLE FOR WINDSOR
b f
1872
EUPHEMIABARQUE - 244 tonsUNKNOWNNEAR; QUEBEC FOR SCOTLAND
b c e f
1872
NEWCASTLEWINDSOR N.S. BARQUE - 710 tonsCOALLIVERPOOL FOR SAVANNAH
b c f
1872
TRIPOLI
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CUNARD LINER328 PASSENGERS0.5 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF TUSKAR LIGHTHOUSE; LIES IN 8m; LIVERPOOL FOR BOSTON
b c e f
1872UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
b f
1873
HALCYONCORK STEAMER - 466 tonsPASSENGERSYEAR POSSIBLY 1872; LIVERPOOL FOR CORK
b c e f
 
 
TUSKAR ROCK continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1874
RIVER KRISHNALIVERPOOL IRON FULL RIGGED - 1,086 tonsWHEAT & BORAX0.75 MILES FROM SOUTH ROCK LIGHTHOUSE; SAN FRANCISCO FOR LIVERPOOL
b c e f
1874UNKNOWNUNKNOWNUNKNOWNAT THE BARRELS
f
1875
DANTEIRON STEAMSHIPVALUE 80,000BETWEEN TUSKAR & THE SMALLS; SUNK IN COLLISION
b c e f
1878
COVANENTERDUNDEE BARQUE- 300 tonsSUGARSTRUCK DERELICT SHIP
b c e
1878FAIRYSTEAMERUNKNOWNSUNK IN COLLISION WITH "H.M.S. FANNY"; WEXFORD FOR TUSKAR
b f
1878
FANNY H.M.S.COASTGUARD YAWL - 153 tonsGOVERNMENT STORES SUNK IN COLLISION 3 MILES SOUTH-WEST BY SOUTH OF; FROM QUEENSTOWN
b c e f
1878HELVETIASTEAMERUNKNOWNSUNK IN COLLISION WITH "H.M.S. FANNY"
b f
1878
LAURETTAWINDSOR BRIGRAW COTTON & SUGARSUNK IN COLLISION; PARALBA FOR LIVERPOOL
c
1878MUITCHAUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF,
f
1882BENDIGOLIVERPOOL STEAMER - 1,414 tonsMACHINERY140 MILES WEST-SOUTH-WEST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR DEMERERA
b
1882
LANGRIGG HALLLIVERPOOL IRON BARQUE - 1,394 tonsSALT & PASSENGERSON CHICKEN'S ROCK AT SOUTH ROCK; LIVERPOOL FOR CALCUTTA
a b c e f
1882
MILLBAYSWANSEA SCHOONER - 65 tonsCOALFOUNDERED 5 MILES WEST-SOUTH-WEST OF LIGHTSHIP; CARDIFF FOR DUNGARVAN
c
1883
DREAMSTEAM YACHT - 18 tonsCREWBETWEEN LONG BANK & TUSKAR; KINGSTOWN FOR COWES
b c e
1883
WHITE STARLIVERPOOL FULL RIGGED SAIL VESSEL - 2,098 tonsJUTE, COAL & JADENEAR; PART SALVAGED; CALCUTTA FOR LIVERPOOL
b c e f
1884CORMORANTSTEAMERCATTLE & GENERALOFF; IN COLLISION WITH "GEORGE BEWLEY"; FROM CORK
b f
1884
GEORGE BEWLEYLIVERPOOL BARQUE - 1,040 tonsCOALOFF; IN COLLISION WITH "SS CORMORANT"; LIVERPOOL FOR CHILE
b c e f
1886
MALLERYLIVERPOOL IRON FULL RIGGED - 1,053 tonsCOALSTRUCK ROCKS; CARDIFF FOR RIO DE JANEIRO
b c e f
1889GARRYDOCKUNKNOWNUNKNOWNLOST AFTER FIRE; FOR WATERFORD
b f
1890ELLENSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSUNK IN COLLISION WITH "PAUSILIPPO"
b f
1890PAUSILIPPOUNKNOWNUNKNOWNSUNK IN COLLISION WITH "ELLEN"
b f
1891
HERANORWEGIAN BRIG - 291 tonsSALT, GENERAL & PASSENGERSFOUNDERED AFTER COLLIDING WITH "MERCHANT PRINCE", 8 MILES EAST BY SOUTH OF LIGHTHOUSE; LIVERPOOL FOR PORT NATAL
b c
1892GRENADIERSAIL VESSEL UNKNOWNWENT ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b f
1892MONTE VIDEANUNKNOWNGENERALNONE
b f
1895
MERMERISOTURKISH STEEL YACHT - 30 tonsBALLASTKEELED OVER; LIES IN 8 METRES; HAS BEEN DIVED; GLASGOW FOR CONSTANTINOPLE
b c e
1896MELLERYSTEAMER - 1,036 tonsUNKNOWNNONE
b
1896
WILLIEDUBLIN BRIGANTINE - 120 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 12 MILES EAST BY SOUTH OF TUSKER LIGHT; CLARE CASTLE FOR WHITEHAVEN
c
1898FOLADERUNKNOWNCOALAT LONG BANK
b f
1901
KINCORAWATERFORD STEAMER - 944 tonsGENERALBETWEEN TUSKAR & BARREL ROCKS; RAMMED BY THE "OCEANIC"; LIMERICK FOR LIVERPOOL
b c e f
1901
WAVEGLOUCESTER KETCH - 74 tonsWOOD PRODUCTSFOUNDERED 12 MILES EAST-NORTH-EAST OF; KINSALE FOR GARSTON
c
1903
MANCHESTER CARGO STEAMER - 4.091 tonsGENERALAT GIPSY ROCK; PART SALVAGED; LIES IN 10m; MANCHESTER FOR MONTREAL
a b c e f
1905
BONAFIDENORWEGIAN BARQUE - 584 tonsCOPRA, PALM OILFOUNDERED 6 MILES EAST-SOUTH-EAST OF; LEVUKA FOR LIVERPOOL
b c f
1905
CLARENCETUG - 149 tonsCREWWEXFORD FOR ENGLAND
b f
1905
GREENOCKGLASGOW SALVAGE STEAMER - 41 tons20 TONS SCRAP IRON & 2 TONS OF BRASSOFF; STRUCK MAHOWN ROCK, FROM BALLYGEARY
b c d f
1907
EFFORTMILFORD STEAM TRAWLER - 21 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 7 MILES WEST-SOUTH-WEST OF BARRELS ROCK LIGHTSHIP
c 1
1907MARGARET & MARYUNKNOWNCOALNEAR,
b f
1907
TOPAZWEXFORD SCHOONERUNKNOWNOFF; COLLIDED WITH "SS KARINA"
b c e f
1910
ANNESLEYLIVERPOOL IRON BARQUE - 1,690 tonsWHEATON SOUTH ROCK; MELBOURNE FOR BELFAST
b c d f
1914
TOPICBELFAST IRON STEAMER - 429 tonsCOAL4 MILES WEST-SOUTH-WEST OFF GYPSY SHOAL; GARSTON FOR WEXFORD
b c f
1914
VAL DE SAIREFRENCH SCHOONER - 332 tonsCOAL2 MILES NORTH BY WEST OF; GLASGOW FOR LE HARVE
b c d f
1915
BONNY (1) LIVERPOOL STEAMER - 2,702 tonsBALLASTSHELLED BY U-38, 16 MILES SOUTH BY EAST OF; MARSEILLES FOR LIVERPOOL
b c e
1915CAIROGLASGOW STEAMER - 1,671 tonsGENERALSHELLED & SUNK BY U-24, 34 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-WEST OF; GLASGOW FOR HUELVA
b c
1915CENTURIANUNKNOWNUNKNOWNSOUTH-WEST OF BARRELS ROCKS,
f
1915ELLESMERESTEAMER - 1,170 tonsUNKNOWNSHELLED & SUNK BY U-20, 50 MILES SOUTH OF,
b
1915FALAHAUNKNOWNUNKNOWNEAST OF,
f
1915
INDRANIGLASGOW STEAMER - 3,640 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED 36 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF; GLASGOW FOR MONTREAL
c f
1915ISRUNUNKNOWNTIMBEROFF,
b f
1915LEORUSSIAN VESSEL - 2,224 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK BY U-20 SOUTH OF,
b
1915
MESABALINERUNKNOWNOFF,
f
1915
TRAFFORDSTEAMER - 215 tonsUNKNOWNSHELLED BY U-BOAT 30 MILES WEST-SOUTH-WEST OF; LIES IN 52 METRES; HAS BEEN DIVED
b e f
1915UNKNOWNGERMAN U-BOATCREWSTRUCK AMIDSHIPS BY THE "GREAT WESTERN" OFF,
b
1916EVERARDDRIFTER - 82 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK IN COLLISION OFF,
b
1916
RAYLTON DIXONNORWEGIAN IRON STEAMER - 1,771 tonsCOALFOUNDERED 15 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF; GLASGOW FOR GENOA
b c d f
 
 
TUSKAR ROCK continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1917
ALMARUSSIAN SCHOONER - 330 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK BY U-BOAT GUNFIRE; FARO FOR LIVERPOOL
c
1917
ALU MENDISPANISH STEEL STEAMER - 2104 tonsIRON ORETORPEDOED 12 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF; SAGUNTO FOR THE CLYDE
c
1917
BELLVILLESWEDISH IRON BARQUE - 992 tonsPITCHSHELLED BY U-BOAT 14 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF LIGHTSHIP; FLEETWOOD FOR CADIZ
b c
1917
COPELANDGLASGOW ARMED IRON STEAMER - 1,184 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-57, 15 MILES SOUTH SOUTH-WEST OF; GLASGOW FOR CORK
a b c e f
1917
CYMRIANLONDON ARMED STEAMER - 1,014 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY UC-75, 13 MILES SOUTH-EAST BY SOUTH OF; NEWPORT MONMOUTH FOR DUBLIN
a b c e f
1917
DIULISBON STEEL STEAMER - 5556 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED BY U-57 4 MILES SOUTH OF; LIMERICK FOR PORT TALBOT
c
1917
GUILD MAYORDROGHEDA SCHOONER - 107 tonsCOALFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION 5 - 6 MILES EAST OF; KINGSTOWN FOR YOUGHAL
b c
1917
KANGAROOSAIL VESSEL - 76 tonsCOALBOMBED BY SUBMARINE 20 MILES SOUTH OF; CARDIFF FOR BALLYHACK
b c e
1917
MONSALDALEBRISTOL CARGO STEAMER - 2,805 tonsIRON ORESUNK IN COLLISION 8 MILES EAST OF; BENISAF FOR BARROW
a b c
1917
NEW DESIGN No.2SAIL VESSEL - 66 tonsUNKNOWNBOMBED BY SUBMARINE 15 MILES EAST BY SOUTH OF,
b e
1917
NICOLAOSLONDON IRON STEAMER - 1369 tonsCOALFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION WITH "GUILD MAYOR", 5 - 6 MILES EAST OF; GLASGOW FOR ROUEN
b c
1917
PILAR DE LARRINAGALONDON ARMED STEAMER - 4,136 tons843 TONS ZINC, 2,000 TONS STEEL & WHEATTORPEDOED BY UC-65, 2 MILES SOUTH-EAST BY SOUTH OF TUSKAR LIGHTSHIP; GALVESTON FOR MANCHESTER
a b c e f
1917PROVIDENCESTEAMER - 2,970 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY UC-48 NEAR BARRELS ROCKS
b f
1917
SNE SPURVENNORWEGIAN STEAMER - 1,409 tonsLUBRICATING OIL SHELLED BY U-BOAT 25 MILES SOUTH SOUTH-WEST OF; NEW YORK FOR DUBLIN
b c e
1917U-33GERMAN U-BOATCREWSOUTH OF,
f
1918ATEXERI MENDISPANISH STEAMER - 2,424 tonsCOALTORPEDOED BY UB-125, OFF; FROM SPAIN
b f
1918BARON AILSAUNKNOWNCOALTORPEDOED SOUTH OF,
f
1918
CHRISTIANA DAVISSAIL VESSEL - 86 tonsCOALSHELLED BY U-105, 8 MILES SOUTH-EAST BY SOUTH OF; NEWPORT FOR DUNCANNON
b c f
1918
CITY OF GLASGOWGLASGOW ARMED STEAMER - 6,545 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED BY UB-118, 21 MILES EAST BY NORTH OF; MANCHESTER FOR MONTREAL
a b c e
1918EGDAUNKNOWNBALLASTTORPEDOED EAST OF,
f
1918ETHELSAIL VESSEL - 100 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK BY U-BOAT 19 MILES NORTH-EAST OF THE SMALLS,
b f
1918HAVNAUNKNOWNUNKNOWNTORPEDOED OFF,
b f
1918
HIGHCLIFFESOUTH SHIELDS ARMED STEAMER - 3238 tonsCOALTORPEDOED BY UB-87, 13 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF; FROM GLASGOW
b c f
1918JANE GREYUNKNOWNUNKNOWNSOUTH OF,
f
1918
MESABALIVERPOOL ARMED STEAMER - 6,833 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED BY UB-118, 21 MILES EAST BY NORTH OF; LIVERPOOL FOR PHILADELPHIA
a b c e
1918
NANNY WIGNALLWEXFORD SCHOONER - 93 tonsCOALSHELLED BY SUBMARINE 14 MILES SOUTH-EAST BY SOUTH OF; CARDIFF FOR WEXFORD
b c e f
1918
TWEEDNEWCASTLE STEAMER - 1,777 tonsCOALTORPEDOED BY UC-75, 15 MILES SOUTH SOUTH-EAST OF; CLYDE FOR DEVONPORT
b c e f
1918UNKNOWNUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF,
f
1918VIRENTSTEAMER - 3,771 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK BY UB-92, 38 MILES WEST BY SOUTH OF,
b
1918
WHEATFLOWERCARDIFF STEAMER - 188 tonsCOALSHELLED BY SUBMARINE 10 MILES SOUTH-EAST BY SOUTH OF; CARDIFF FOR DUBLIN
b c e f
1923ADVANCEUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF,
f
1927
LOOP HEADLIMERICK STEAMER - 550 tonsCOAL OFF; WATERFORD FOR LIMERICK
b c d f
1927
SHEERNESSCLYDE CARGO STEAMER - 1,273 tonsSTOUT, WHISKEY & A HORSEOFF TUSKAR LIGHT; GLASGOW FOR WATERFORD & CORK
a b c e f
1928ELECTRICTRAWLERFISHAT BARREL ROCKS
1
1931ROYAL FIRTHGLASGOW STEAMER COALSTRUCK ROCKS
b f
1932
ARANCINEWRY DREDGER - 134 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED UNDER TOW 22 MILES SOUTH BY WEST OF; NEWRY FOR PORTSMOUTH
b c f
1932FOREST DEERSAIL VESSEL - 67 tonsCOALNEAR
b f
1940ISOLDELIGHT TENDERUNKNOWNNEAR BARRELS ROCKS
f
1941DREAMSTEAM YACHT - 18 tonsCREWMINED BETWEEN TUSKER & LONG BANK; KINGSTON FOR COWES
b
1941
GERTIE
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LIVERPOOL STEAMER - 341 tonsCOALSTRUCK MINE 2 MILES NORTH-EAST OF; PORT TALBOT FOR WATERFORD
b c e f 2
1941HILDEFJORDTANKEROILSOUTH-EAST OF,
f
1941
RASKNORWEGIAN STEAMER - 632 tonsBALLASTBOMBED 7 MILES NORTH OF; CORK FOR NEWPORT
a b c e f
1941SAN CONRADOUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNEAR,
f
1941
ST. PATRICKROSSLARE FERRYMAIL & PASSENGERSEAST OF, BOMBED & SUNK
b f
1944
BROOKLANDSCLIPPER SCHOONERGENERALNONE (YEAR POSSIBLY 1953)
c
1945
KING EDGARSTEAMER - 4536 tons250 TONS LEAD INGOTS, 250 TONS ZINC INGOTS & LUMBERTORPEDOED BY U-1302 IN ST. GEORGES CHANNEL; VICTORIA B.C. FOR SWANSEA
b c
1945
NOVASLINORWEGIAN STEAMER - 3204 tonsSOFTWOODTORPEDOED BY U-1302 IN ST. GEORGE'S CHANNEL; PHILADELPHIA FOR LONDON
c
1946ALBANYUNKNOWNUNKNOWNEAST OF,
b f
1947
MUIRCHUEX-IRISH NAVY STEAMER - 323 tonsBALLASTSANK UNDER TOW 8 MILES SOUTH OF CONNINGBEG LIGHTSHIP,
b c f
1948EDENVALEUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNEAR,
b f
1953
SUSAN VITTERYCORK SCHOONER - 138 tonsBALLAST3 MILES NORTH OF, ON 20 FATHOM LINE; DUNGARVAN FOR DUBLIN
b c d f
1961
ALMAJOMOTOR TRAWLERFISHEAST OF; GROSSED 109 TONS
b f
1969
METRICGERMAN COASTER - 984 tons400 TONS COPPER & 50 TONS GUNMETAL27 MILES NORTH-EAST OF; 52.28.55N, 05.00.55W
d
1973IRISH TRADERMOTOR VESSELUNKNOWNOFF,
b
1977ST-672TUGCREWPOSSIBLY SALVAGED
b
1978
NOTRE DAME DE SACRE COEURFRENCH FISHING VESSELBALLAST4 MILES EAST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR PENZANCE
b c f
1981GRAINVILLELONDON MOTOR VESSEL - 1,770 tonsSCRAP METALCAPSIZED 9 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-WEST OF; BELFAST FOR BILBAO
b c f
1983CITE D'ALETHFRENCH TRAWLERBALLASTOFF,
b
1983
UNKNOWNUNKNOWNCOALNONE
b 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
 
 
OTHER SOURCES:
1
Internet 2006
2
Internet 2006
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