|Total Records: 1|
|Arenduia||Dutch||Moville Co Donegal||1852|
|Ship type||Sail Vessel||Dimensions||| ||
|Ships Role||Rigging Style||Schooner|
|Wreck Location||Red Castle Moville Co Donegal|
|Date Lost||09/01/1852||Captain||E. Dik|
|Cause||Driven from anchor||Crew Lost|
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Arendina, of Pekela, Dik, from IBraila to Derry is ashore on the banks off Red Castle in this Lough very high up with stern much injured and with four feet water in her hold crew saved.
Daily News (London, England), Tuesday, January 13, 1852
Driven from anchor on shore on the banks off Red Castle, very high up, with stern much injured and 4 feet water in hold. Part of cargo saved by tug-vessel on hard ground. Dragged her anchors during the gale. Total wreck back broken (Co. Gd. Return) If the pier at Moville were improved vessels might then lie in safety. E. Dick, mr., and part owr.
Admiralty Register of Wrecks 1852
Jan. 9.The Galliot Arendina, wrecked near Moville, in Lough Foyle, Derry, crew of six men and a boy, with two pilots, saved by two shore boats. Reward 5L.
The Life Boat May 1852 Award Of Medals, Gratuities
|Record Created on 10/09/2009|
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