William Johnston, Newcastle, NSW Master: Captain John Lewis Parker
The wreck covers an area of about 40m x 19m and includes a substantial amount of the hull, the keel, iron hanging knees, deadeyes, a chain plate and the port hawse pipe. The wreck lies in a gully at the edge of a coral reef in depths ranging from 2m to 5m.
1860 Sundahaven, Germany
Off Beacon Island, Abrolhos Islands
En route from Lacepedes to Fremantle with 11 crew, in ballast. Wrecked and sunk by a strong current pulling it off course.
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