McBean, Bowker and Company of Perth and Fremantle Master: Captain Di Janni
756 tons length 57.1m beam 9.1mm draft 5.8m
Most of the hull of the Europa lies on top of the reef in 4 to 6 m of water, but the stern and part of the starboard side has collapsed into reef holes 10 to12 m deep. Some of the cargo, mainly bottles and crockery, remains. Two anchors lie on site.
1869 at Newcastle-on-Tyne by C Mitchell & Co
12 miles south of Jurien Bay/Sand Reef
Struck a reef en route from Glasgow to Fremantle with full general cargo, mainly bar iron and steel, cases of beer, stout and whiskey, hogsheads of beer and china plates. The value of this cargo was about $20,000
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