BENAN 1875-1888

Benan painting unknown artist c1875

Description:

Iron 3 Masted Sailing Ship

Owner:

William Thompson and Co. Master: John Burns

Construction:

Iron

Sunk:

1888/12/13

Size:

1415 tons length 73.9m beam 11.2m draft 6.8m

Underwater:

Ship broke up and little remains today

Built:

1875 by Barclay, Curle & Co Glasgow

Location:

South of Point Cloates

Sinking:

Wrecked and sunk en route from Cardiff to Hong Kong with Cargo of Coal

Longitude:

113.6745

Latitude:

-22.741516667

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