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ARDMORE POINT
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1879
ELIZABETHTRURO SCHOONER - 65 tonsCOALFOUNDERED
c

1895

RHEIDOLABERYSTWYTH SCHOONER - 121 tonsMALTON WOLF ROCK; NEW ROSS FOR DUBLIN
c
 
 
ARKLOW
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1670LADY FITZGIBBON PARKGATE IRISH PACKET BOATPASSENGERSBETWEEN ARKLOW & WEXFORD; DUBLIN FOR CHESTER
b c
1748BUCEPHALUSSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON SANDBANK; LYMINGTON FOR DUBLIN
b c d
1757YOUNG ALEXANDERSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED, POSSIBLY SALVAGED; DUBLIN FOR THE STRAITS
b c d
1771MARYWICKLOW SAIL VESSELOATS & MALTARKLOW HARBOUR; FOR NEWRY; PROBABLY SALVAGED
b d
1771ST. MICHAELSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNARKLOW HARBOUR; FOR DUBLIN; PROBABLY SALVAGED
d
1775LOVELY JANESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; DUBLIN FOR LEGHORN
b c d
1781MARYWATERFORD SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
c
1784VENUSLONDON BARQUE - 296 tonsUNKNOWNNEAR; LIVERPOOL FOR TEIGNMOUTH
b c d
1786ALBIONBRIG - 100 tonsUNKNOWNOFF; DROGHEDA FOR BRISTOL
c
1786ANNBARQUE - 300 tonsUNKNOWNON SANDBANK; LIVERPOOL FOR NEW YORK
c
1788HOPEWELLSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNBORDEAUX FOR DUBLIN
b
1789SPEEDWELLNEWRY CUTTERBRANDYAT PENNYCOMEQUICK NORTH OF,
b c e
1799POMONASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; LIVERPOOL FOR TORTOLA
b c d
1809GENEROUS FRIENDSSNOW - 147 tonsUNKNOWNNEAR; LIVERPOOL FOR WATERFORD
b c
1809NEPTUNESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDRIVEN ASHORE; GLASGOW FOR ANTIGUA
b c d
1824LETITASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; ST. JOHN'S N.B. FOR WEXFORD
b c d
1824THOMAS & JANESLOOP - 42 tonsUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; GLASGOW FOR CORK
b c d
1825PILGRIMFISHGUARD SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDRIVEN ASHORE; MILFORD FOR NEWPORT
b c d
1827ELIZABETHMILFORD SAIL VESSEL - 72 tonsUNKNOWNNEAR
b c d
1831ROYAL TARDUBLIN STEAMERUNKNOWN3 MILES NORTH OF,
b
1833EARL OF KILMORYLIVERPOOL BRIG- 106 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b c d
1834ELIZASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEWCASTLE FOR SWANSEA
b
1834MARYSDUBLIN SAIL VESSEL - 28 tonsUNKNOWNNONE
b c d
1841CRITERIONDUBLIN SCHOONER - 134 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED ON ARKLOW BEACH; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
c f
1841PEACESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNRAN ASHORE NORTH OF; DUBLIN FOR WEXFORD
c f
1844MARYMILFORD SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED; KILALLA FOR LONDON
b c
1844PENRYN LIVERPOOL SCHOONERUNKNOWNSTRANDED NEAR; LIVERPOOL FOR ARKLOW
b c e
1844RAMBLERWICKLOW SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNIN ARKLOW BAY
b c
1844THE BROTHERSARKLOW SAIL VESSELCOPPER OREARKLOW BAR; ARKLOW FOR BRISTOL
b c e
1844TWIN BROTHERSWICKLOW SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED
b c
1848CALYPSOCORK FULL RIGGED IRON BARQUE - 370 tonsUNKNOWNAT NIGER POINT; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
c d
1848ENTERPRISEPOOLE BRIG - 113 tonsUNKNOWNAT ARKLOW LIGHTHOUSE; POOLE FOR ARKLOW
b c e
1849BRITANNIASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT ARKLOW BAR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; WEXFORD FOR PRESTON
b e
1850HOTTINGUERAMERICAN SAIL VESSEL - 1,050 tonsUNKNOWNGLASGORMAN BANK; SANK UNDER TOW; LIVERPOOL FOR NEW YORK
b e
1850JOHNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNIN BAY
b
1851FAMEWORKINGTON SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNARKLOW ROADS
b e
 
 
ARKLOW continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1851
PILGRIMSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; BOUND FOR ARKLOW
b e
1852
SEAFLOWERWEXFORD SCHOONERBEANSSTRANDED ON ARKLOW ROCK; WEXFORD FOR GLASGOW
b c e
1853
ANNABERYSTWYTH SAILING SMACK - 39 tonsCOALSTRANDED; NEWPORT FOR ABERSTWYTH
c
1854
TANCREDLIVERPOOL BARQUE - 401 tonsCOALDRIVEN ASHORE NEAR; LIVERPOOL FOR SMYRNA
b c
1858
NANDISAIL VESSEL£50,000 CARGOOFF SHORE
c
1858
NESTORIANLIVERPOOL FULL RIGGED - 790 tonsSALTAT JACK'S HOLE; POSSIBLE YEAR 1858; LIVERPOOL FOR BALTIMORE
b c e
1861
BLANCHBELFAST SCHOONER - 112 tonsUNKNOWNAT ENNERILLY, 2 MILES NORTH OF,
b e
1861
WILLIAMMORCOMBE SCHOONERUNKNOWNSTRANDED NEAR,
c
1861
WILLIAM MOORECOMBEWHITEHAVEN BRIG - 167 tonsCOALNONE
b
1864KATELIVERPOOL SCHOONERUNKNOWNOFF,
b
1865
HENRY PATTERSONBRIGANTINEUNKNOWNOFF,
b
1865
PRINCESS ALEXANDRADUBLIN STEAMERUNKNOWNOFF,
b
1873GRONANTSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON ARKLOW COAST; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b
1875HILDASCHOONER - 88 tonsUNKNOWNOFF,
b
1875ROYAL OAKFISHING SMACKBALLASTOFF ENTRANCE TO HARBOUR
b
1876ADELAIDEFISHING SMACKBALLASTAT ENTRANCE TO; FROM ICELAND
b
1876
COSYDUBLIN YAWL - 6 tonsBALLASTNORTH SIDE OF HARBOUR ENTRANCE
b c
1876
FLYDUBLIN SMACK - 3 tonsBALLASTNORTH SIDE OF HARBOUR ENTRANCE; ARKLOW FOR FISHING GROUNDS
c
1876
LASSDUBLIN SMACK - 7 tonsBALLASTAT PIER; OUTWARD BOUND FROM ARKLOW
c
1876
MARY & MICHAELWEXFORD SMACK - 19 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED AT HARBOUR ENTRANCE; OUTWARD BOUND FROM ARKLOW
c
1876
WILLING MINDDUBLIN SMACK - 6 tonsBALLASTNORTH SIDE OF HARBOUR ENTRANCE; ARKLOW FOR FISHING GROUNDS
b c
1877
ELLENDUBLIN SMACK - 5 tonsBALLASTNEAR HARBOUR ENTRANCE; ARKLOW FOR FISHING GROUNDS
c
1882
COMETARKLOW SMACK - 13 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED OFF SOUTH PIER HEAD; FROM ARKLOW
c
1882
MARYARKLOW SMACK - 3 tonsBALLASTOUTSIDE HARBOUR, POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b c
1882
STEAM BOATARKLOW LUGGER - 5 tonsBALLASTNEAR HARBOUR
b c
1882
SWIFTARKLOW SMACK - 8 tonsBALLAST500YDS OFF HARBOUR
b c
1882
TERESA CONNORARKLOW LUGGER - 1 tonBALLASTNEAR HARBOUR
b c
1882
VINEARKLOW SMACK - 14 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED IN BAY
b c
1885
ADMIRAL MOORSOMPADDLE STEAMER - 800 tonsLIVESTOCKSANK IN COLLISION WITH "SANTA CLARA" OFF; DUBLIN FOR LIVERPOOL
a b
1886
ALMAARKLOW SMACK - 12 tonsBALLASTSUNK AT MOORINGS IN RIVER AVOCA
c
1886
ARCHDEACONARKLOW LUGGER - 14 tonsBALLASTSUNK AT MOORINGS IN RIVER AVOCA
c
1886
IDADUBLIN SCHOONER - 74 tonsBALLASTSUNK AT MOORINGS IN RIVER AVOCA
c
1886
LARKARKLOW SMACK - 13 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED OFF NORTH PIER HEAD; FROM ARKLOW
c
1886
MARGARET & KATEARKLOW SMACK - 8 tonsBALLASTSUNK AT MOORINGS IN RIVER AVOCA
c
1886
MARY JANEARKLOW SMACK - 12 tonsBALLASTSUNK IN RIVER AVOCA
c
1886
MOUNTAIN HAREARKLOW SMACK - 10 tonsBALLASTSUNK AT MOORINGS IN RIVER AVOCA
c
1886
PEASANTARKLOW SMACK - 12 tonsBALLASTSANK IN RIVER AVOCA
c
1886
ROBERT EMMETTARKLOW SMACK - 12 tonsBALLASTSUNK AT MOORINS IN RIVER AVOCA
c
1886
SHELAHBARGE - 25 tonsBALLASTSANK AT MOORINS IN RIVER AVOCA
c
1886
SNOWDROPARKLOW SMACK - 6 tonsBALLASTSUNK IN RIVER AVOCA
c
1886
SUSAN JANEARKLOW SMACK - 13 tonsBALLASTSUNK IN RIVER AVOCA
c
1886
TWO BROTHERSARKLOW SMACK - 13 tonsBALLASTSUNK IN RIVER AVOCA
c
1886
VIRTUEARKLOW SMACK - 14 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED IN RIVER AVOCA
c
1887
PETRELDUBLIN SMACK - 15 tonsBALLASTSUNK IN RIVER AVOCA
c
1892
ST. ANDREWARKLOW SMACK - 8 tonsBALLASTNEAR; FROM ARKLOW
b c
1898
EXILEDUBLIN DANDY - 31 tonsBALLASTCAUGHT FIRE AT MOORINGS
b c
1902
HEMATITEWHITEHAVEN SCHOONER - 84 tonsGRANITE BOULDERS AT SOUTH BEACH; ARKLOW FOR LLANELLY
b c e
1902
MARY JANEARKLOW SMACK - 3 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED NEAR; FROM ARKLOW
b c
1904
LILYWICKLOW LUGGER - 2 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 1 MILE NORTH EAST OF; FROM ARKLOW
b c
1908
CONFIDODUBLIN KETCH - 6 tonsCOALDRIVEN ASHORE NORTH OF HARBOUR
b c e
1910FISHER LADLUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTOFF NORTH PIER
b
1911
CHAMPION OF THE SEASARDROSSAN SCHOONER - 73 tonsUNKNOWNAT NORTH BEACH; LIVERPOOL FOR ARKLOW
b c e
1914
ROVERIRON PADDLE TUG - 152 tonsBALLAST200yds NORTH OF, SOUTHAMPTON FOR GREENOCK
b c e
1953
M.E. JOHNSON
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DUBLIN MOTOR VESSEL - 180 tonsCOAL & CHINA CLAY BEHIND SOUTH PIER, POSSIBLY SALVAGED; GLASGOW FOR ARKLOW
b c d f
1957
GENERAL DE GAULFRENCH MOTOR TRAWLERBALLASTFOUNDERED OFFSHORE,
c f
1971LUCINEWOODEN FISHING VESSELBALLASTON CLOGGA REEF
b
1983
CORONAARKLOW FISHING VESSEL - 45 tonsBALLAST1 MILE NORTH OF AT PORTERS ROCK BEACH
c
1997GRACEFULIRISH FISHING VESSELBALLASTRAN AGROUND 4 MILES SOUTH OF,
c
2003
OLIVE RACHELARKLOW TRAWLERBALLAST3 MILES OFF,
b
 
 
ARKLOW BANK
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1755
DANSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDUBLIN FOR LEGHORN
c
1766
CHARMING NANCYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDUBLIN FOR WEST INDIES
b c f
1772
CHARLOTTELONDON SAIL VESSELPORTERFOR DUBLIN
b c d
1772
PRINCESS OF WALESSAIL VESSELLUMBERMARYLAND FOR DUBLIN
b c d
1772
UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELCORNBALTIMORE FOR DUBLIN
c
1773
UNITYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUNDERED; ROTTERDAM FOR DUBLIN
c
1776
SHAW (or SHAN)SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNROTTERDAM FOR NEWRY
b c d
1776
UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELWINEBORDEAUX FOR BELFAST
c
1776
UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELFLAX SEEDROTTERDAM FOR NEWRY
c
1778
CHARLOTTESAIL VESSELPORTERNONE
-
1784
WASPSLOOPUNKNOWNFOUNDERED OFF; FROM WEXFORD
b c f
1785
HAMPSHIRESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOR DUBLIN
b c
1786
ANNEFULL RIGGED - 600 tonsUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR NEW YORK
b c f
1787DARNHALLSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
f
1788
NEPTUNESQUARE RIGGED BRIG - 90 tonsPORTER, HOPS & SUGARLONDON FOR DUBLIN
b c d e
1788
SALLYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCORK FOR BELFAST
c
1789
MINERVASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDUBLIN FOR BORDEAUX
d
1794
BEAUTIFUL MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDUNGARVAN FOR BRISTOL
b c d
1798
THETISSALTCOATS SLOOP - 87 tonsUNKNOWNLONDON FOR DUBLIN
c
1799
GEMINIBRIG - 234 tons3 x 3 POUNDER CARRIAGE GUNSRAN ASHORE NEAR; OPORTO FOR DUBLIN
c
1799
JENNYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED; OPORTO FOR DUBLIN
b c
1799
JEMINESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED; OPPORTO FOR BELFAST
-
1799
LORD MULGRAVE H.M.S.TRANSPORT SLOOP - 429 tons20 CARRIAGE GUNSCORK FOR DUBLIN
b c e
1800
SKIPIOSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT BALLYRAIN; LANCASTER FOR HAMBURG
c
1801
ARROWSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWATERFORD FOR LIVERPOOL
b c d
1806
THOMASSUNDERLAND FULL RIGGED - 318 tons4 x 4 POUNDER & 2 x 4 POUNDER GUNSNEAR; STOCKHOLM FOR BRISTOL
c
1807
GENEROUS FRIENDSSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR WATERFORD
c e
1809
OLIVE BRANCHAMERICAN SAIL VESSELSTAVES, BARRELS & TIMBERQUEBEC FOR DUBLIN; POSSIBLY RE-FLOATED
b c d
1812
ELIZASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR WATERFORD
b c d e
1812
HECTORSAIL VESSELWINEGUERNSEY FOR DUBLIN
b c d e
1812
NEW UNIONSLOOP - 80 tonsCOALSOME REF. SAY 1811, CARDIFF FOR DUBLIN
b c d
1816
FAMESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCARGO PART SALVAGED; NEW YORK FOR NEWRY
b c d
1817
FAMESNOW - 248 tonsUNKNOWNBERBICE FOR GREENOCK
b c d
1817
MARIASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCHESTER FOR PICTON
b c d
1818
CONQUESTADORSPANISH SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNST. UBES FOR DUBLIN
c
1818
SARAHSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR BOSTON
b c
1819
ALBIONCARDIGAN BRIGUNKNOWNSWANSEA FOR MILFORD
c
1822
LINEN HALLBRISTOL SCHOONER- 88 tonsLINEN, FLOUR & 25,000 IN COINSDUBLIN FOR BRISTOL
b c d
1822
SELINABOURNEMOUTH SAIL VESSELIRON SHEETS & BARSMARYPORT FOR LIVERPOOL
c d
1826
MARTHASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWHITEHAVEN FOR CARDIFF
b c d
1826UNKNOWNSCHOONER - 80 tonsUNKNOWNNONE
b
1827PRESIDENTDERRY SCHOONER - 105 tonsUNKNOWNALICANTE FOR DERRY
b
1832
EMPERIOR ALEXANDERSAIL VESSELWOODSTRANDED; QUEBEC FOR DUBLIN
c
1833
YOUNG MESSENGERSCHOONER - 83 tons UNKNOWNFOR DUBLIN
b c d
1833
UNKNOWNBRIGWHEATGROUNDED AND SANK; DERRY FOR BRISTOL
c
1834ETONSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCADIZ FOR DUBLIN
b
1834
NANDILIVERPOOL FULL RIGGED - 315 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED; LIVERPOOL FOR RIO
b c d
1834
OPPEFFNUNGDUTCH GALIOTCOTTON & DYESLIVERPOOL FOR ANTWERP
c d
1837JESSIESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWICK FOR CORK
f
1840
BRITISH TARWHITEBY BRIG - 267 tonsUNKNOWNFROM ST. JOHN N.B.
c f
1840
KILVINGTONSCHOONERUNKNOWNSTRANDED; LIVERPOOL FOR WEXFORD
b c f
1845 TENNASSARIANSAIL VESSEL - 1,000 tonsCARGO WORTH £250,000NONE
b
1849
INTEGRITYPORTMADOG SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNHARTLEPOOL FOR DUBLIN
c
1849
LAURELSAIL VESSELCOALNONE
b c
c1851EBINEZERSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFROM LISBON
b
1851
MARIA TERPSITHEAGREEK BRIGUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR ALEXANDRIA
b c
1852
RANGERPADSTOW BRIGANTINE - 123 tonsSULPHURDEVELOPED A LEAK 9 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF; GIRGENTI FOR LIVERPOOL
c
1852
UNKNOWNLARGE SCHOONERUNKNOWNNONE
e
1853
SYRENDUBLIN BRIGANTINE - 104 tonsCOAL & GENERALOWNED BY THOMAS HEITON & CO.; PEMBRAY FOR DUBLIN
c d
1853
TEMENEDLARGE LIVERPOOL BARQUEUNKNOWNNEAR ARKLOW HEAD
c d
1853
UNKNOWNGREEK BRIGUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR CONSTANTINOPLE
c
1858
AMAZONLIVERPOOL BRIG - 250 tonsUNKNOWNFROM LIVERPOOL
c
1858
HARRIET FRANCESSAIL VESSEL - 450 tonsSALT & EARTHENWARELIVERPOOL FOR BALTIMORE
c d
1860
CALCUTTALIVERPOOL STEAMER - 527 tonsGENERAL & IRON GOODSLIVERPOOL FOR MADRAS
c
1861
LAURISTONBRIG - 131 tonsCOALSTRANDED
b c
1862
CRISISLIVERPOOL FULL RIGGED - 426 tons80,000 CARGOSTRANDED; LIVERPOOL FOR SINGAPORE
b c e
1862
DALEMAINLIVERPOOL BARQUE - 275 tonsWINE & SPIRITSLIVERPOOL FOR LA UNION
c
1862
PORTIABARQUE - 298 tonsTIMBERLIVERPOOL FOR PORTNAMBUCO
b
1863
COMETARKLOW SCHOONER - 75 tonsCOALSTRANDED
c
1865
ARMENIANSOUTH AFRICAN IRON STEAM BARQUE - 1017 tonsRUM, MAIL, GENERAL & PASSENGERSWICKLOW HEAD NORTH BY EAST 1/2 EAST, ARKLOW LIGHT SOUTH-WEST BY WEST; LIVERPOOL FOR WEST AFRICA
a b c e
1865
CONSTANTIALIVERPOOL BARQUE - 443 tonsGENERALLIVERPOOL FOR YOKOHAMA
b c
1865
TENASSARIMFULL RIGGED - 1002 tons250,000 CARGO (GENERAL, RAW COTTON & SPIRITS)LIVERPOOL FOR CALCUTTA
b c
1867
SCOTIA QUEENWEXFORD 3 MASTED BARQUE - 423 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED
b c e
1869
HELLENISDUBLIN IRON STEAMERGENERALLISBON FOR DUBLIN
b c
1870
DOVEBARROW KETCH- 143 tonsCAST IRON INGOTSMORECOMBE FOR NEWPORT
b c f
1870
ENCHANTRESSBELFAST SCHOONERCOALNONE
c
1872
FANNY PALMERYOUGHAL BRIGANTINE - 194 tonsUNKNOWNPOSSIBLY SALVAGED
b c e f
1873
CHARLESWEXFORD SCHOONER - 92 tonsBARLEYOFF LIGHTSHIP; DUNDALK FOR WEXFORD
b c e
1873UNKNOWN x 2SAIL VESSELSUNKNOWNNONE
b
1874
MINNIEDUBLIN SCHOONER - 49 tonsVEGETABLES & POTATOESSTRANDED; DUNDRUM FOR CARDIFF
b c
1875MARY & ELIZABETHSCHOONER - 65 tonsPOTATOESNEWRY FOR CARDIFF
b
1875
MONITORDUBLIN SCHOONER - 81 tonsCOALSTRANDED ON BAR; CARDIFF FOR ARKLOW
b c
1876
ROYAL GEORGEDUBLIN SMACK - 8 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED ON BAR; ARKLOW FOR FISHING GROUNDS
b c
1880
EARL OF UXBRIDGEBEAUMARIS SCHOONER - 63 tonsCOALSWANSEA FOR RAMSEY
b c
1880
JAMESARKLOW SMACK - 8 tonsBALLASTFROM ARKLOW
b c
1880
PETERSUNDSVALL BARQUE - 587 tonsUNKNOWNLONDON FOR NEW YORK
b c e
1889RABBLEIRON STEAMER - 100 tonsCOALSWANSEA FOR NEWRY
b
1891
STANNINGTONLONDON STEAMER - 222 tonsKERBSTONESFOUNDERED 5 MILES NORTH-NORTH-WEST OF SOUTH BANK; NEWRY FOR BRISTOL
c
1894
HONDEKLIPSWANSEA BRIG - 240 tonsUNKNOWNNONE
b
1897
EXPRESSWEXFORD SCHOONER - 78 tonsARTIFICIAL MANUREDUBLIN FOR WEXFORD
b c
1897
GIPSYARKLOW SMACK - 8 tonsMANUREON BAR; DUBLIN FOR ARKLOW
b c
1898
MARGARET & JOHNWICKLOW SMACK - 10 tonsGENERALON BAR; DUBLIN FOR ARKLOW
b c
1903
FAIR FANNYBIDEFORD KETCH - 59 tonsCOALBURRY POINT FOR DUBLIN
b c
1904
VIOLAST. JOHN'S NFL BARQUENTINE - 191 tonsCOALGLASGOW FOR CHERBOURG
b c
1917
DAGALINORWEGIAN STEEL STEAMER - 742 tonsBALLASTSUNK BY U-BOAT GUNFIRE 5 MILES NORTH EAST OF; HENNEBOUT FOR GLASGOW
b c d e f
1917
UNKNOWNU-BOATUNKNOWNNONE
b
1918
BOSCAWENCARDIFF STEAMER - 1936 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED BY UB-92 OFF; BIRKENHEAD FOR BARRY
c
1918
YTURRE BIDESPANISH STEEL STEAMER - 582 tonsPITCHSHELLED BY UB-118 OFF; MARYPORT FOR SPAIN
c
1927
FORTUNAARGENTINE STEAMER - 994 tonsGENERAL & COALFOUNDERED AFTER A FIRE 20 MILES NORTH-EAST BY EAST OF BANK LIGHT; LIVERPOOL FOR SOUTH GEORGIA
c
1932
JULIAPADSTOW 3 MASTED SCHOONER - 179 tonsPIG IRONAT NORTH ARKLOW BANK; GLASGOW FOR NEWHAVEN
b c e
1934
PULTENYSTEAMERSTONESUNK IN COLLISION WITH "SS THELMA"; WALES FOR LONDON
b c e
1934
TRUSTFULUNKNOWNUNKNOWNON CHART 53 10 00N 5 56 00W; YEAR SUSPECT
b e
1935
FLECKMILFORD STEEL STEAM KETCH - 99 tonsBALLASTNEAR No.2 BUOY; MILFORD FOR ARKLOW
b c e 1
1952
AGNES CRAIGARKLOW SCHOONER - 128 tonsUNKNOWNNONE
b e
1958
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CARDIFF COASTER - 421 tonsSTEEL PLATESNEAR No.4 BUOY AT SOUTH BANK; CARGO SALVAGED; PORT TALBOT FOR DERRY
b c e g
1989
IRWELLLIVERPOOL BUCKET DREDGER - 1,000 tonsBALLASTNEAR; ON TOW - LIVERPOOL TO THE SHANNON
b c e
 
 
ARKLOW LIGHTSHIPS
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1859
AGNESBRIG - 221 tonsCOAL & GENERAL MACHINERYSTRANDED
c
1860
BREEZELONDON SCHOONER - 95 tonsIRON INGOTSWENT ASHORE NEAR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
b c e
1873
DROMEDARYLONDON IRON STEAM COLLIER - 374 tons695 TONS COAL5 MILES OFF; NEWPORT FOR DUBLIN
b c e
1873
QUEENWORKINGTON BRIG - 102 tonsCOPPER OREFOUNDERED; LIVERPOOL FOR NEWPORT
c
1886
SISTERSBELFAST BRIG - 221 tonsCOALFOUNDERED 10 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-EAST OF LIGHTSHIP; AYR FOR DUTCH GUIANA
c
1891
RIBBLEWHITEHAVEN STEAMER - 215 tonsCOAL & PASSENGERSFOUNDERED 1 MILE OFF; SWANSEA FOR NEWRY
c
1898
ONYXGLASGOW IRON STEAMER - 400 tonsCOALFOUNDERED 12 MILES EAST-NORTH-EAST OF; NEATH FOR DUBLIN
c f
1899
CLARECAERNARFON DANDY - 88 tonsCHINA CLAYFOUNDERED 12 MILES EAST OF; FOR RIVER MERSEY
c
1910
ARCADIANSUNDERLAND STEAMER - 2855 tonsGENERAL & COALFOUNDERED 18 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF; LONDON FOR GLASGOW & FAR EAST
c
1915
GERTRUDELIVERPOOL STEEL STEAMER - 353 tonsCOALFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION OFF; ELLESMEREPORT FOR WATERFORD
c
1915
MAGGIELIVERPOOL STEEL STEAMER - 269 tonsBALLASTSHELLED BY SUBMARINE 8 MILES EAST OF SOUTH LIGHTVESSEL; YOUGHAL FOR FLEETWOOD
b c e
1915
VAN STIRUMCARGO STEAMER - 3284 tonsUNKNOWNSHELLED & SUNK BY U-24, 5 MILES OFF SOUTH VESSEL; LIES IN 30 FATHOMS
b d
1917
ADENWENARMED CARDIFF STEAMER - 3,798 tonsSUGARBOMBED BY UC-65, 6 MILES SOUTH-EAST BY EAST OF NORTH VESSEL; LIES IN 40 METRES; CUBA FOR QUEENSTOWN
a b c e
1917
ARDGLASSGREENOCK ARMED STEAMER - 778 tonsSTEEL SHEET & BARSBOMBED BY UC-65, 4 MILES EAST OF SOUTH VESSEL; PORT TALBOT FOR BELFAST
b c e
1917UNKNOWNARKLOW LIGHT VESSELCREWSHELLED BY U-BOAT
f
1917CONINGBEGUNKNOWNGENERALTORPEDOED 25 MILES EAST-SOUTH-EAST OF SOUTH ARKLOW LIGHT VESSEL; LIVERPOOL FOR WATERFORD
f
1917
CORNOVIUMSAIL VESSEL - 86 tonsUNKNOWNSHELLED & SUNK BY U-BOAT 14 MILES SOUTH EAST BY EAST OF SOUTH ARKLOW LIGHT VESSEL; WATERFORD FOR GARSTON
b c
1917
ELSENAARMED STEAMER - 335 tonsUNKNOWNSHELLED & SUNK BY SUBMARINE 16 MILES SOUTH-EAST BY SOUTH OF SOUTH LIGHTVESSEL
b e
1917
ENNISTOWNLONDON STEAMER - 689 tonsBALLASTBOMBED BY UC-65, 10 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF SOUTH VESSEL; DUBLIN FOR CARDIFF
b c e
1917
GRELDONCARDIFF ARMED STEAMER - 3,322 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED BY U-96, 7 MILES EAST NORTH-EAST OF NORTH LIGHTVESSEL; LIVERPOOL FOR ITALY
a b c e
1917
HARVEST HOMEWEXFORD SCHOONER - 103 tonsTIMBERSHELLED BY SUBMARINE 4 MILES NORTH-EAST OF SOUTH VESSEL; LIES IN 50m; WEXFORD FOR GARSTON
c e
1917
HOWEGLOUCESTER SAIL VESSEL - 175 tonsCOALBOMBED BY SUBMARINE 4 MILES NORTH-EAST FROM NORTH VESSEL; GARSTON FOR CORK
b c e
1917
LYNBURNWORKINGTON ARMED STEAMER - 587 tonsPIT WOOD MINED 0.5 MILES SOUTH-WEST BY WEST OF NORTH LIGHT; CORK FOR WHITEHAVEN
a c e f
1917
MEMPHIANLIVERPOOL ARMED STEEL STEAMER - 6,305 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED BY U-96, 7 MILES EAST NORTH-EAST OF NORTH LIGHTVESSEL; LIVERPOOL FOR NEW ORLEANS
a b c e
1917
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SOUTH ARKLOW LIGHTSHIPCREWBOMBED BY UC-65, 10 MILES SOUTH-EAST SOUTH OF; LIES IN 53 METRES
b c e
1917
WYCHWOODSTEAMER - 1,985 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY UC-65, 4 MILES SOUTH SOUTH-WEST OF SOUTH VESSEL
b e
1918
KASSANGAARMED STEAMER - 3,015 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-103, 23 MILES SOUTH-EAST BY SOUTH OF SOUTH LIGHTVESSEL
b e
1918
LADOGALEITH ARMED STEAMER - 1,917 tonsIRON ORE TORPEDOED BY UB-73, 15 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF SOUTH LIGHTVESSEL; BILBAO FOR MARYPORT
a b c e
1918
ROSE MARIENEWCASTLE ARMED STEEL STEAMER - 2,220 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-61, 13 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF NORTH VESSEL; SCAPPA FLOW FOR BARRY ROADS
b c e
1921
LENNOXGLASGOW WOODEN STEAMER - 155 tonsBRICKS4 MILES NORTH OF; GLASGOW FOR LLANELLY
b c f
1939EUMAEUSSTEAMERTINNEAR No.3 KISH BUOY; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; FROM LIVERPOOL
b f
1940
OSAGE LONDON TANKER - 1,010 tonsPETROLIUM & KEROSENEBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT 4 MILES NORTH-EAST OF ARKLOW LIGHTSHIP; BELFAST FOR FOYNES
b c e
1950
CAMEOGLASGOW MOTOR VESSEL - 950 tonsCOALGROUNDED 7 MILES NORTH OF SOUTH ARKLOW LIGHTSHIP; PORT TALBOT FOR DUBLIN
b c d e
 
 
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
"The Arklow Sub" article
by
Roy Stokes
SubSea Magazine (Winter 2001)
 
 
OTHER SOURCES:
1
Internet 2006
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