|Total Records: 1|
|Berbice||British||Larne Co Antrim||1867|
|Owner||John Kerr, Greenock|
|Flag||British||Builder||A McMillan & Son, Dumbarton|
|Ship type||Sail Vessel||Dimensions||158.1 | 29.6 | 19.0|
|Ships Role||Cargo||Rigging Style||Ship Rigged|
|Wreck Location||Brown's Bay Larne Co Antrim|
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SHIPPING DISASTER - Intelligence has been received that the ship Berbice which sailed from the Clyde for the West Indies on Tuesday last has gone ashore in Larne. A communication dated Belfast 3rd Jan., There is sixteen feet of water in the hold of the Berbice (at low water) ashore near Larne.
The water does not ebb sufficiently to admit of discharging cargo, riggers are engaged stripping. The Vessel can receive damage from northerly winds.
Caledonian Mercury, Friday, January 4, 1867
|Record Created on 28/11/2010|
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