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Rebuilt in 1934 as an auxiliary powered, three-masted Schooner
Cossack Lighter and Trading Company
tons 118, length 37m, beam 7.3m, depth 2m
SNORKEL DIVE: Uribes lies in 2 to 3 metres of water. Machinery and parts of the hull are well preserved. Great dive for the family close to shore
1868 in Stockton-on-Tees, U.K.
The wreck lies 400 metres west of Natural Jetty, just off the beach and hard up against the reef.
Drifted onto rocks when the engine cut out and the anchors failed to hold. The cargo, much of which was salvaged, included 150 six-inch shells and two motor vehicles.
Underwater site plan by MAAWA
Uribes underwater.photo Dave Jackson
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