The wreck lies bow on to the shore with the most intact section being the stern, which lies on sand in a hole about 13 metres deep.
1867 in Liverpool, U.K. by Bowdler, Chaffer and Co.
Horseshoe Reef, Narrow Neck, approximately 1 km offshore.
When Mira Flores ran aground, conditions were calm, but the visibility poor. She carried a mixed cargo, which included heavy machinery and iron for the railways, arms and ammunition and a quantity of beer and spirits.
Video by Dave Jackson
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