or Boat Dive from:||Portrush|
Series No. 4|
11' 43.11" North|
41' 42.18" West|
Lat. & Long.
be boat dived, or, directly from the shore although this involves quite a walk
from the carpark at Rinagree Point.
off the rocks in a gulley with vertical walls on both sides.
broken up except for the boiler which stands proud of the seabed.
165.15 x 26.08 x 10.73ft, she grossed 480 tons.
by a single screw driven by a 3 cylinder triple expansion coal fired engine which
in 1889 by Scott & Co., Bowling, she was currently owned by W. Robertson of
Glasgow and commanded by Captain A. Campbell.
a voyage from London to Coleraine with a cargo of manure she was blown ashore
and subsequently wrecked 2 miles West of Portrush.
Stokes & Liam Dowling
Index of Ireland"
& Bridget Larn|
Register - Fairplay Ltd 2002 - ISBN: 1900839970|
of the Ulster Coast"
|Ian Wilson |
|Impact Printing 1997 - ISBN:
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Museums NI (2020)
update - 03-Jun-2020