Wrecks List
Total Records: 1
Name Nationality Location Date Lost
New Valiant   British  Bray Head Co Wicklow  1852 

New Valiant : 
Owner Griffiths, Portmadoc 
Flag British  Builder Built at Portmadoc 
Port Portmadoc  Build Date 1841 
Official No   Material Wooden 
    Tonnage nrt/grt 55 
Ship type Sail Vessel  Dimensions  |  | 
Ships Role  Coaster  Rigging Style Schooner  
Super Structure
 
Hull
 
Machinery
 
 
Wreck Location  Bray Head Co Wicklow 
Date Lost 13/11/1852  Captain Griffiths 
Cause Driven ashore in a Gale  Crew Lost  
Position   Passengers Lost   
Google Map Location
 
 
History

Much about the same hour a third wreck took place upon Bray Head. The vessel was named the New Valiant of Portmadoc, South Wales, and was laden with grain. She came ashore without a crew, and with her mast cut away, and she broke up with the next high tide. No intelligence could he gained as to the fate of her crew.

Liverpool Mercury etc, Friday, November 19, 1852

Stranded through stress of weather. vessel water logged and dismasted a derelict. Griffiths Mr

Portmadoc to Dublin Cargo Meal, Wind S/E F8, Foggy, Time 10:30am Tide last qtr flood.

Admiralty Register of Wrecks 1852 miss names her as Young Valiant

Admiralty Register of Wrecks 1852
 
Record Created on  19/01/2010
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