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Wreck Reports 1886

Board of Trade Wreck Reports for the year 1886. The reports are arranged alphabetically. Click on the link to see the report.

Acton

Blythville

Bournemouth

Burswell

Caledonia

Cartvale

Clan Macintosh   see   Fidelio

Cochrane

Dotterel

Earl Derby

El Dorado   see   Mildred

Eugenie

Fidelio and Clan Macintosh

Fulmar

Furius

Gainford

Garron Tower

Hathersage

Hudson Bay

Ida and Martello

Indus

Joseph Rickett

Kepier

Marie and Sailor Prince

Martello   see   Ida

Mildred and El Dorado

Ocean

Ocean Bride

Oregon

Pactolus

Palala

Palgrave

Richard Hayward

Rifleman

St Athens

Sailor Prince   see   Marie

Shannon

Suffolk

Sussex

Tasso

Viceroy

Wave

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