Masted Fully Rigged Vessel
miles South of Kish Bank L.V.|
Series No. 50|
16' 48" North*|
55' 48"' West*|
Lat. & Long.
- see below||Diving
of it are broken up but there is a large section of hull still intact.
- Plenty of fish, congers
etc. and lots of artifact laying around.
dived 1.5 before High/1 hour before Low Water.
to heavy swells and strong currents due to lying in shallow water.
Permission is required from "www.archaeology.ie/licences/divesurvey-licence"
to dive this wreck.
by A. McMillan & Sons, Dumbarton in 1868, she grossed 1,348 tons, measured
196.9 x 65.5 16.4ft. and was owned by A.C. Gow of Glasgow.
- She was on
her maiden voyage to Bombay from Glasgow with a cargo of iron, coal ans spirits.
aground on the Kish Bank due to a navigational error by the captain, Thomas Meiklejohn.
for INFOMAR* Side-Scan image
update - 17-Jul-2020