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Sailing vessels grounded off the coast of Øresun in the storm of Wednesday 24 and Thursday 25 October 1917, among them the three-masted schooner "Mathilde" from Brantevik, Sweden. Øresun separates the Danish island of Zealand from the Swedish province of Scania.

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2024/04/06
05:02 UTC


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Freighter collier "Nivelle" ran aground near Kynance Cove, The Lizard, Cornwall, England due to fog on Sunday 10 June 1923 and refloated on Monday 25 June 1923

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2024/04/03
04:15 UTC

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Nivelle. Photographer: Gibson & Sons, Sorlingas

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2024/04/03
03:06 UTC

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On saturday 29 July 1905 the French sailing ship "Chouan" traveling for Middlesbrough, England with 95 barrels of onions with a cargo weigh of 80 tons ran aground on the Méanet rock located les than half a nautical miles (926 meters) from the harbor at Roscoff in the Brittany region in France.

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2024/04/03
00:06 UTC

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Norwegian sailing ship "SV Hansy" (ex-"Aberfoyle") of 1.618 gross tons, built in 1885 and captained by HP Tingbø ran aground at Penolvar Point, Lizard, Cornwall, England with a cargo of timber due to a storm on Tuesday 4 February 1913

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2024/04/02
18:17 UTC

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SV Union. On Wednesday, October 28, 1914, the SV Union was sunk by the German raider "Konprinz Wilhelm" while traveling from Port Said, Egypt to Valparaíso, Chile in position 27°S / 32°W

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2024/04/02
17:24 UTC

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The British sailing ship "Isabella Watson" ran aground on Sunday, March 21, 1852 in Port Phillip, Victoria, Australia

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2024/04/01
23:33 UTC

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Brigantine "Glynn" ran aground in 1885 at Lelant, Cornwall, England, her crew were rescued by Hayle,s lifeboat, the Isis. "Glynn" master at the time was Captain Hain of St Ives, Cornwall, although her owners registered the brigantine in Wales.

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2024/04/01
02:01 UTC

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The Cromdale a British-built Iron sailing barque, ran aground in Lizard Point during a thick fog. The ship was carrying nitrates on its voyage from Chile to Cornwall, England. The crew survived but the wreck was broken up by the sea within a week

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2024/03/31
23:34 UTC

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SV Cromdale ran aground on 05/23/1913 and was wrecked at Lizard, Cornwall, England due to fog while traveling from Taltal, Chile to Fowey in Cornwall with nitrate, total loss

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2024/03/31
22:53 UTC

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Unknown trawler stranded due to gale in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear in North-East of England in 1930. Published by British Pathé on 01/28/1930

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2024/03/31
20:07 UTC

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SV Cromdale ran aground on 05/23/1913 and was wrecked at Lizard, Cornwall, England due to fog while traveling from Taltal, Chile to Fowey in Cornwall with nitrate. Total loss.

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2024/03/31
03:45 UTC

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Overgrown wreck in the silt on the Haven, Witham river in Boston, UK. [OC]

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2024/03/30
21:02 UTC

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Tĥe 642 tons canadian schooner "SV Annie Barnes" wrecked on Tuesday 17 January 1939 at Nantucket Sound, Massachusetts, USA with a cargo wood

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2024/03/30
19:00 UTC

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The 3.003 tons, 6 masts american schooner "SV Ruth E. Merrill" sank on Saturday 12 January 1924 near Martha's Vineyard Island, South of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA with 4.500 tons coal

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2024/03/30
18:40 UTC

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