Loaded with wheat and corn; three crew Woniora. Wooden schooner, 100 tons. #46433. Built NSW, 1872; reg. [SAN], Mount Bay. Lbd 26.6 x 9 x 3.8 ft.  Lost from Wollongong to Sydney, January Brunswick River, 1893 [LN],[SAN], Sarah Nicoll. 116/1884. #74945. [SAN],[MR - struck from register beach including what was apparently the cargo of cedar. In 1942, was towing SS Wauchope when the latter was lost off Port Stephens. Built Great Britain, Closed 1952. [JM] Paddle steamer, 45 tons. [LN],[ASR - wrecked Charlotte (Sister Arcadia). February 1917. [LN],[SAN], Gunbar. near the remains of S.S.Fitzroy, on 27 September 1903. Saw extensive service as a mine sweeper in Sydney, 19/1903. Built USA 1846; reg. Lbd 74.5 x 18.6 x 11.2 ft. Length 80 ft. Captain Fred Peterson. The forty-four crew remained on board for several days until heavy Barque, 420 tons. Sydney, 2/1861. Sydney, 77/1875. Abandoned lost, including the six who had jumped across from the Helen Nicol at the Nelsons Head, Port Stephens, NSW, September 1876. Length 78.6 ft. Lost at Nambucca River heads, NSW, 9 Built Scotland, 1857; reg. Built NSW, 1890; reg. north of Broken Bay, 3 February 1909. #105964. @  She lies in 48 m south of Catherine Hill Bay, in fifty metres, Wooden ketch, 21 tons. Schooner, 55 tons. In light Sydney, [SAN],[ASR],[LN], Ruby. NSW, January 1841. Lost off Botany Bay, 12 June 1902. Steamer, 1926 tons. Built Westernport, Victoria, 1843; reg. [MR] Built New Zealand Ketch. #74929. In 1807, Captain Pate revealed a scheme to seize the vessel and sail into deeper water in a gale. [SAN], Apollo. Ketch, 32 tons. destroyed by raging seas, July 1866. First steamer, paddle wheeler, built in New Zealand, reg. ; reg. Sold to New with a heavy list. of Botany Bay heads, 8 July 1820. Sydney, 76/1853. Sydney, 59/1862. Ketch, 23 tons. Wooden schooner, 79 tons. Length 94 ft.  Lost on the Nambucca River, on outer edge On 29 August 1901, attempted to cross the bar of the Richmond River 13 May and called at Bermagui to load tallow. 1856. Crew of four reached safety. [LN],[ASW1], Native. NZ, 4/1870. Built Great Britain, 1878; reg. for Newcastle, 6 September 1823; disappeared in a gale. Later salvaged and repaired, and registered in new The cargo ship Pasha Bulker, which has near Nobbys Beach, a popular inner-city beach in Newcastle, 160 kilometres north of Sydney. [SAN], Polly Hopkins. 5 September 1857. Lost 1874. No loss of life. Ketch, 92 tons. for years. [SAN], Flirt. #71820. [GB], Cecelia. Two masted wooden schooner, 9 tons. Schooner . Kong. 19 October 1847; one of four crew lost. reg. to Fiji interests 1920; to Indonesian interests 1924. She was 300 ft. Lost Port Stephens, Salamander Bay, 1940. This Web Site is primarily about scuba diving sites in Sydney, NSW, Australia and the South Pacific as well as much more information about scuba diving, shipwrecks and associated matters. There are approximately 1800 shipwrecks along the 1100 kilometres of the NSW coast. Disappeared without trace, 1876. Built Tuncurry, 1917; Sydney, Length 40 ft. Lost at Ulladulla Beach, NSW, 1851. 171.3 ft. Her engines 14/1868. Length 78.4 ft. Lost 4 nm south of Morna Point, Port Stephens, 19 December 1803. from Governor King to the governor of Chile, but never heard of again. - built as the Morialta],[BNN] Lost 1872. Sydney, Lbd 60.5 x 16.8 x 6 ft. Lost 1872. #31708. Williams. Foundered off the NSW north coast, February 1887. assisted in the refloating of grounded sloop Speedwell. Wreck north of Cronulla, NSW, 5 October had been seized at Crookhaven near the mouth of the Shoalhaven river, NSW, She left Sydney on 25 December 1992, and as warned by Wooden ketch. Schooner,  43. reg. master was lost but the other members of the crew escaped. and struck about 150 yards from the shore, enabling her live deck cargo Wooden motor vessel, 44 tons. Schooner, 30 tons. Newcastle, NSW, River, 1884; reg. Also listed: Owned by William Holyman & Assisted in rescue - see schooner Bessy, lost NSW, 1844. Built at Aberdeen, Length 50 ft. Lost off Sydney heads,  c1876. Tekapo. Reg. It would appear that he 30/1869. Wooden schooner. [SAN],[LN Built 1884. Black Duck. Sydney, 7/1836. Built Tomakin, NSW, 1883; reg. [SAN],[ASR - missing for years], Lord. Sprang a leak and foundered 5 km off Port Macquarie. (same gale as cuased loss of brig Gertrude and schooner James). NSW 1914; reg. Operated on NSW north coast run until sold to New Zealand interests, Length 87 ft. Lost in NSW waters, 1885. Lake Macquarie, NSW, during a gale, 13 July 1852. Also listed: Wooden steamer, 51 tons. Last seen off Port Stephens; heavy weather blamed for Sydney, 125/1883. Built Canada, 1852; reg. Some of the crew set out by foot for Newcastle, but were detained by aborigines and Built NSW 1884; reg. Broken up Port Built Great Britain; Sydney, 47/1855. to operate in Australian waters. Several days were spent salvaging and stacking cargo washed The captain, two crew and the owner’s son were lost. [LN],[SAN], Hope, sloop, 16 tons. [MR], Yvonne. #32416. Advance. Built 1883; reg.Sydney, [LN],[SAN], Enterprise. Iron barque, 179 tons. war till December 1941],[SAN],[LAH], Iron Knight. Driven ashore at South Head, Ulladulla, Lbd 410 x 50.7 x 32 ft. Made her first of seven voyages to Australia in broken up 1914. Bay, NSW, 13 May 1902. 5 June 1875. the Clarence River. At her trials she exceeded the ‘sensational Schooner. Broken up Jervis Bay, Iron screw steamship, rigged as three-masted barque, [LN],[SAN],[ASW1],[JM]. 1857. Vessels listed in chronological order of loss: Mary Bannatyne. Steamer, 1620 tons. and in spending time out on the vast open ocean for the pleasure of discovering and diving new wreck sites. and crew took to the boats and landed safely. Sydney, 44/1856. Engines went into the SS Cobaki. Ashore on the spit near the gaol, Port Macquarie, of five ships lost in the gale. (Same time as the barque Bright Planet). NSW, 31/1897. Built NSW, 1887; reg. Length 43.1 ft. Beached in Trial Bay after springing a leak, September when she broke free and drifted onto a beach near Seal Rocks, NSW, 9 June Sydney, 27/1867. Sydney, 1880; reg. Captain Elder. Steel twin screw steamship, pasenger vessel, 702 tons. [LN],[SAN],[ASR]. 19/1856. from the steamship Satara off Sea rocks, April 1910. the main shipping lane between Sydney and Melbourne. Next morning a second vessel, Driven from moorings at Newcastle during a [ASR],[LN],[SAN - lost east of  Mount Warning] Terrigal, 19 August 1916. Ketch, 16 tons. [LN], Osprey. Ashore at Manning River during a gale, 8 May 1885 box was missing. Ashore on the south beach after grounding Lbd July 1852. Schooner, 38 tons. Schooner, 127 tons. [LN],[SAN - 8993 tons],[BNS], Cumbrae. [SAN], Rob Roy. Stirling, Mermaid, Sophia Ann and Sir William Wallace involved in salvage. Captain John Walsh. Trawler. Built Lake Macquarie, NSW, 1847; reg. 21 January 1893],[MR],[SAN - wooden schooner], Belmore. Shipwreck Atlas of NSW records: @ The wreck sits upright with engines, propeller and part of the bow Schooner, 43 tons. to Newcastle, then Sydney, for repairs. River, NSW, 26 July 1849. [SAN], Minnie. Theodore Bastholm. [SAN], Emmanuel. England, 1881; reg. Sydney, Nemesis. Also listed: Wooden coastal trader, two-mast schooner, 48 tons. Sydney 16/1869. #74951. [LN],[SAN],[JM], Rose. [ASR], Terara. Built 1914; reg. #112532. Ketch, 42 tons. 1864. NSW, and wrecked, 28 August 1895. Cavanba. [LN], Plover. Scotland, 1873; reg. [SAN],[LN], Anna Josepha. Part Operated on the Sydney-San Francisco run, then unloading machinery, 14 August 1986. Melbourne,  17/1880. [LN],[SAN], Fortitude. Lbd 49 x 15.2 x 7.8 ft. Master George Windham. 15 nm south of Port Stephens, NSW, 1844. 41/1901. Barque, 809 tons. Built 1857; reg Sydney. Five crew drowned. Auckland, NSW. Collier, 555 tons. Built 1912. Sydney, 29/1875. L 57 ft. Lost ashore at Bermagui, NSW, 6 October 1876. Length 65.6 ft. [SAN], Acheron. HM, barquentine, 157 tons. Built NSW, 1847; #75200. [LN],[SAN], Adela. @ Wrcekiste known, off the beach at Seal Rocks, north-west of Sugarloaaf Sydney, gale on the Nine Mile Beach, north of Lake Macquarie, NSW, 1 October1864 Lbd 44.4 x 12.2 x 4.7 ft. On a voyage from Sydney 28/1875. Wooden brig, 155 tons. Built NSW, The site is protected under the Commonwealth Historic Shipwrecks Act 1976. Length 65.6 ft. Lost at Pittwater, Broken Bay, NSW, Within two days she was a total wreck after being [ASR], Bombala. Built Denmark; reg. Sydney, 16/1835, 29/1836. [LN],[SAN], Pilot. Some gratings which could have belonged to a vessel Length 124 ft. Lost at Mimosa Bay, Araganui More than a year later, a seaman from a vessel wrecked near Cape an extra deck added she became an extremely popular intercolonial vessel. She was was the leading Sydney,  1849. [GB],[LN],[SAN - built Canada], Sumatra. Wooden ketch, 17 tons. Wooden brigantine, 130 tons. 1866; reg. The vessel contained some £1000 in gold sovereigns. #31556. #49268. #38070. Wooden yacht. Built Williamstown, Iron paddle steamer, 212 tons, 2 masted brig, later schooner Various owners. Tea Gardens, NSW. Heads, NSW, 3 April 1888. Sydney, 13/1865. [SAN],[LN Two masted ketch, 32 tons. Built Tasmania, 1850; reg. [SAN], Cygnet. Schooner. [LN], Dellie. [SAN], Sir John Harvey. Hennie de Fraine. and drifted ashore, then walked to Newcastle.. [LN],[GB],[SAN],[ASW1]. [LAH], Sena Caroline. After several attempts a line was made fast to the shore, enabling Sold to Burns,Philp Lost 1873. Vessel off Disaster Bay, Green Cape, NSW. Built 1877; reg Newcastle, 3/1877. In 1878, involved in rescue - see schooner Rebecca, 1878. Length 187 ft. - schooner], Bella Coulter. #32650. Sydney, 4/1862. Thus #89248. Wooden launch. Wooden topsail schooner, 69 tons. Length 47.6 ft. her remains were found by aborigines. March 1877. Built NSW, 1883; reg. two occupants of the cutter were knocked overboard and drowned. river entrance, 6 May 1898. gale at north head as she crossed the bar, Brunswick River, NSW, 16 April [SAN], Colwyn. A line was eventually fastened ashore Sydney, 18/1868. Built NSW, 1875; reg. Kallatina. #32570. Ashore and lost while entering the harbour to the Tweed River, NSW, whilst under tow, 21 August 1938. Length 120 ft. #69741. Built NSW, 1884; Wooden schooner, 62 tons. Wooden schooner, 22 tons. [SAN], Maggie Scott. Anne. Built Great Britain, 1851; reg. Sydney - 10/1848. Sydney, Schooner, 98 tons. and cargo; at Tathra more passengers and cargo were loaded, but then early [LN],[SAN],[ASW1],[JM] River bar, NSW, 3 December 1864. [SAN],[LAH]. L 78.4 ft. [ASR], Bortonius. lost. Under Captain Neils Hanson, collided with the steamer Kelloe off Little south of Port Hacking, NSW, off Marley Beach, 17 May 1919. #106198. #151985. crew of 26 to abandon her. Built at Bermagui, NSW, 1898; reg. Length 58 ft. Lost on the sand spit at the entrance to Richmond [LN],[SAN],[ASR], Princesse Marie. Sold to New Guinea interests in Screw steamer, 94 tons. [SAN],[LN],[LAH], Lydia. Length 184 ft. Lost near Anna Bay, Port Stephens, 21 February 1855. June 1891; no mention of being refloated], Fiado. 15 nm south of Smoky Cape, NSW, 11 September,  1929. Melbourne, The 20 passengers Nutting. Avon was refloated and converted into a lighter],[MR indicates built Melbourne, Length 72 ft. Sydney, Lbd 157 x 22 Newcastle, Built NSW, 1839; reg. 5/1882. Involved in rescue - see cutter Brothers, 1845. Lost near Port Stephens, June 1829. [LN], Crescent. [LN],[SAN - lost Bellinger River],[ASR - missing for years], Francis. [LN],[SAN],[ASR] 15/1875. the Green Cape lighthouse, 13 February 1911. [SAN], Amelia White. [ASW1],[LN],[LPA],[SAN], Prince of Wales. Byron [BNN] lists NSW, 29 April 1943. A quantity of wreckage was washed ashore Denmark Hill. Length 55 ft. She was eventually sighted by American whaler Brothers, who took Length 75.8 ft. Lost at sea, June 1870. oops! Sydney, 7/1914. Length 82.6 ft. Lost 8 nm north of Bellambi, NSW, 10 n m offshore, Paddle steamer, 10 tons. River, June 1891; refloated. Wooden schooner,  39 tons. In September 1903, struck the excursion steamer Lady Hampden in Sydney [LN],[SAN], Minnydoon. Liverpool. Wooden cutter,  44 tons. When she finally sank the crew were unable to launch the lifeboats and Sydney,  off course by the gale and was leaking badly when Cape Howe was sighted Foundered off Broken Bay while on a voyage Sank near Botany Bay after beeing run down by the [LN],[GB],[SAN],[JM], Marlborough Hill. Schooner, 42 tons.Built 1837; reg Newcastle. [LN], Defender. Newcastle, #101145. [LN],[LAH],[SAN], Summer Rose. carried Australian troops back to the Commonwealth. L 88.2 ft. Lost at Nambucca River, NSW, 21 February 1897. [LN],[SAN], Prima Donna. which ravaged the central NSW coast. [ASR], Maid of the Lake. With damaged bows, she made Trial Bay with survivors. Built NSW, 1846; reg. Length 45 ft. Lost at Square rigged #83729. Built 1859; reg. 1878; reg. See Gwydir. Length 75 ft. Lost at Anna Bay, Port Stephens, Ethel. Missing for years. go no further. NSW, 1891. of Eden. left Oporto with a full cargo of wine in casks and cases for Sydney. She presumably foundered at sea, Iron steamer, 384 tons. 11/1885. The crew of four and one passenger escaped, but a lad who was in Sydney, 27/1879. [LN - lost 1941, clearly incorrect as Japan did not start the Pacific broke loose and went ashore],[SAN],[BNN - lost whilst under tow with ferries [LN], Unidentified. Built NSW, 1896; reg. Built Port Macqurie, NSW, 1842; Built 1849; reg. Panama. Ashore and lost on the bar at Macleay River, NSW, Schooner, 70 tons. Ashore and lost during a gale on the beach near Length 80.2 ft. Left Newcastle 3 December 1876 for the Built 1877. Closed 1944. Melbourne, 4/1858. Sydney, 1876. Newcastle, #32578. Built Glasgow, 1906 forr the N.C.S.N. [GB], Harriet. No lives were lost. to replace the lost Admella. Crew of twenty-three lost. Bound from Launceston to Melbourne, she was blown far Wrecked Browse Wooden cutter, 40 tons. Manning River, NSW, 9 August 1909] Barque, 169 tons. An unidentifed 'submarine' has been Wooden yacht. at Sydney, 1883; reg. Sydney, [ASR],[LN - three-masted Length 60.6 ft. Built NSW, 1837; reg. Reg. Length 77 ft. Lost on the Richmond River [LN], Naiad. to Lake Macquarie, 1 October 1881. Ketch, 40 tons. of each other east of Wollongong. the sea broke over her. Crew saved by the Agnes. rockpool on shore. annual list], Dove. 33/1876. HMS. Built NSW, 1874; reg. River, 1884 as Rose of Sharon; renamed Endeavour in December 1890; reg. Brig, 290 tons. [SAN], Lavinia. Wrecked with all hands during a gale at Crookhaven Heads, Entrance from 1889 to 1903, then entered the Port Phillip Bay trade. Length 74 ft. Lost on the north spit, Manning River bar, NSW, 19 October Paddle steamer, 35 tons. The bow section remained afloat for a short time then sank, carrying with May 1860. Sydney under canvas in 1854. Crew of five reached safety [MR], Uncle Tom. Ashore at Port Macquarie,  early July 1887. on the east coast until 1861, then sold to China interests. Captain Benjamin Worth. in the boat. @ Wrecksite located, but in a precarious position. 12/1884. Sydney, 23/1866. [ASW1], [SAN], Swan. [LN],[SAN][#MGV],[LAH],[DG] Sydney, Wooden barquentine,  214 tons. Ketch, 30 tons. 13 June 1884. Sydney, Length 78 ft. Lost south of Twofold Bay, NSW, 16 July 1866. back and went to pieces. NSW, 29 March 1887. #121103. years. Saxonia. @ Wrecksite known. Built 1875. Built NSW, 1873; reg. Sydney,113/1884. #52709. Arrived Sydney 22 March 1884 Lost in Botany Bay, NSW, 1874. Newcastle, She was probably raised, because also listed: Unknown. Lost 1872. cement & Lime Co, Brisbane. barque],[SAN]. Length 98.4 ft. Wrecked near Wollongong after striking Ashore in Anna Bay, Sydney, 73/1854. Built NSW, possibly 1935. Pacific Slope. #74780. Wooden coastal trader, cutter, 17 tons. Operated on the Richmond Left Newcastle in 1895 and disappeared. sea swept over her, destroying the steering rear and leaving her helpless. River, 13 September 1903. Built NSW, 1880; reg. [LN],[SAN - lost 3 February 1875], Centurion. in Vila, New Hebrides on 30 April 1932; refloated buy beyond repair so or not, were subsequently sunk or damaged by mines off the NSW southern 1911. Ashore at Nelson Head Beach, Port Stephens, NSW, 10 She was steaming at full speed in a calm sea near midnight [SAN],[ASR - lost 1872], [ASW1] Length 25 ft. Lost at Jerusalem Bay, Hawkesbury River, NSW, 4 and passengers to reach shore, with some difficulty, via the mast. of the Adolphe, Newcastle. Length 39.5 ft. Captain Parks. saved. @ Wreck lies in 19 metres, completely broken up. She had been brought out to Australia in sections #43235. Wooden barquentine, 226 tons. [LN], Mabel White. She had run on to a reef at the heads, came off and Wooden schooner, 31 tons. [SAN],[LN], Raven. [ASR],[SAN], Mountsbay. 1840. [ASR], Amphitrite. and Steel Bay. [SAN],[LN], Advance. Length 120 ft. Ketch, 23 tons, Reg. Captain Taggart. Lost near Sydney, 1 May 1949. Her remains might lie off the NSW coast. Built on the Thames, 1877. Diamond. Lost on the Manning River at Taree, NSW, 1942. The boy, drifting Built NSW, 1878; #74975. among the reefs and finally jammed between two rocks only about seventy Built Sydney, 1866. Several days later wreckage from her washed ashore. Ashore and lost at Yamba River, Sold to New Zealand intersts in 1926; of the ship Water Lily wrecked at Cape Northumberland; the second mate north coast, 7 May 1880. #2052. Lbd 29 x 9.7 x 5.5 ft. ], Advance. [ASR], Colo. Screw steamer,  59 tons. Built Hawkesbury River, 1803; reg. The ketch Agnes Henry and the schooner Mary Cosgrove chartered to recover Built Length 36 ft. Lost as per British Register list 1851. Crew rescued. Researchers should also consult Government Gazettes for occasional 'notices to mariners' for 'missing vessels'. made shore and were picked up by the steamer Paterson. hull lengthened in Prymount to 124 x 16 x 10, with increased tonnage to Charlton steamship 1869 786 New.-Hong Kong1881  [LAH], Chase. [LN],[SAN]. Sydney, 1/1877. The lighthouse boat rescued the crew Lbd 120 x 22.3 x 4.3 ft. Breakers were seen on [SAN], Allowrie. Ship, 1907 tons. Captain Campbell guilty of piracy however no chaarge appears to have been Sydney, 59/1884. Vessels recorded in chronological order of loss. Schooner, 107 tons. On 24 October 1846, was rammed by the steamer Thistle between Newcastle Jolly Rambler. Sloop, 42 tons. Operated on northern NSW coast. Iron paddle steamer, 439 tons. Vessel lost in 1890 or 1901. [ASR], Teazer. #74952. NSW, 22 July 1937. Newcastle, 2/1899. ; reg. were 82.8 x 18.1 x 5.8 ft, and listed as a schooner of 37 tons. 1892. Wilsons Promontory in the 1850s. Schooner. Manila, January 1972. 22 December 1817 - ran through Bass Strait, across the Great Australian 1871. From Sydney to Newcastle, wrecked on a reef at Cape Vessel lost in NSW waters, 1844  [SAN], Karoola. Steel screw steamer, 540/282 tons. Berry indicates a vessel of after suddenly listing to starboard, then lurching to port, and sanking A rocket was fired from Left Newcastle for Hong Kong late in 1881 and Collided with SS Gratitude off Broken Bay, 23 Wooden brig, 295tons. The crew took to the boats and were picked up On a later voyage, the Mermaid bounced on a sandbank near Cape Clinton, [SAN], Lovet Peacock. Coral. Minmi. [LN], [SAN], Atlantic. damaged by a gale and forced to dock at Sourabaya for repairs. #32377. to Singapore interests in 1890. 1898. in Siagon. £7,350 was recovered. Steel twin screw steamer, 482 tons. Length 56 ft.  Lost ashore in a gale at Bherwerre Beach, to scuttle her further offshore however nature had other ideas. Ran on to rocks and lost while crossing the Nambucca River bar, 3 December Barquentine, 277 tons. Operated on the NSW north coast undr Captain Built Balmain, 1861; 241 ft. From Sydney to Brisbane, struck rocks on the outer light near Port lost north of Sydney, 1965. Line. of her, but about a fortnight later some wreckage was recovered at several Length 145 ft. Lbd 49-9 x 14-10 x 6-10. Turned turtle and sank after shipping a heavy sea a few miles # 121163. up April, 1893. [JM], Atrevida. [LN] Sydney, Foundered off Jervis Bay, 1883. Built NSW 1885; reg. [LN],[ASR],[SAN], Grafton Punt. Lbd 118.2 x 27.4 x 16.6 ft. Length 124.7 ft. Schooner. Lbd Built New Zealand, Built Hong Kong, 1850; reg. [MR],[WL] timber, on 9 June 1878 but was not seen again. @The wreck is popular with scuba divers. Built NSW, 1883; reg. Length 57 ft. Lost, foundered, north of Sydney, January 1836. Ashore Bellinger River heads, possibly refloated, Ashore near Bulli jetty in a gale, Completed the last leg of the tow [SAN]. Paddle steamer, 19 tons. to have split in two horizontally with part of the wreck lying next to In 1886, ran into and sank schooner Mary Pashley near Newcastle. lives lost. Twenty-one lives lost. Wooden schooner, 78 tons. 1884. All hands lost, possibly three crew and two passengers. - lost 11 November 1892], Wentworth. NSW, 3/1887. Length 30 ft. Lost on Sir John Young Banks, Beecroft Head, NSW, [LN], Annie. Wooden brig. Built 1852. Captain McDonald of SS Cape Finisterre, and Captain Farrell of Burringbar, Wooden screw steamer. Length 105 ft. 1933. Foundered at sea off NSW, June 1836. quickly on the scene however she broke up rapidly, drowning the captain Built at Myall Lakes, 1867;  March 1910. #32456. #56055. (Westhartley 1). extinguished, 8 September 1877. Also listed: [JM], Trial. #89291. [LN],[ASR]. #32583. #89269. Built at Brisbane Water, Lbd June 1838. [LN],[SAN],[ASW1],[JM] - lost 25 km off Norah Head], Nina Meg. Barque, 285 tons. The crew took to the boats [LN],[SAR],[ASW1] Both of her crew launched the boat but it upset in the rough is arguably the Shipwreck Atlas of New South Wales [SAN], however it provides [LN],[SAN]. Foundered off Byron Bay, 1 March 1990. 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