Rocks, Toe Head|
Series No. 87 & 89|
on the west side of Stag Rocks.
broken up and covers a wide area.
in the entrance to the gully between the rocks on the south side on her port side.
in steel by Caird & Co., Greenock in 1898 she grossed 5,514 tons, measured
420.6 x 49.1 x 21.9 ft. and was powered by a triple-expansion engine.
was owned by F. Leyland & Co..
the Stag Rocks in fog during a severe gale while en-route from New Orleans to
Wireless Operator sent a distress message seconds before the radio mast fell.
Seawolf" and the Dutch tug "Wittersee" responded..
of the crew was lost when a life-boat overturned.
broke in two forward of the No. 2 hatch.
of Disasters at Sea during the Age of Steam 1824 - 1962"
|London Stamp Exchange 1989 - ISBN: 0948130474|
Stokes & Liam Dowling|
of the Irish Coast 1105 1993"
J. Bourke 1994 - ISBN: 0952302705|
Ireland Guide to Irish Dive Sites"
1999 - ISBN: 0948283025|
update - 05-Dec-2005