AGENORA

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AGENORA

Years Active: 1852-1855
Vessel Type: 2-masted schooner
Schooner
Nationality: Falkland Islands
A Falkland-built ship wrecked in April 1854 whilst on a sealing cruise off West Falkland.

Main Use:

Local coasting

Years Active:

1852-1855

Power:

Sail

Built:

c1852

Size:

28 Net tons

(length, breadth, depth) metres

Design/Build:

Jacob Napoleon Goss
Main Use: Local coasting
Built: c1852
Power: Sail
Design/Build: Jacob Napoleon Goss
Size: 28 Net tons
The coaster AGENORA, owned by Jacob Napoleon Goss, was wrecked whilst on a sealing cruise in the West Falklands. Goss sold her to John Smith of Stanley, who had her repaired. She was then brought to Stanley from West Falkland, carrying a cargo of oil, arriving on 25th April 1854. She was then renamed CHANCE. Built: Circa 1852 at Stanley, Falkland Islands. 1852-1854 as AGENORA 1854-1855 as CHANCE
The coaster AGENORA, owned by Jacob Napoleon Goss, was wrecked whilst on a sealing cruise in the West Falklands. Goss sold her to John Smith of Stanley, who had her repaired. She was then brought to Stanley from West Falkland, carrying a cargo of oil, arriving on 25th April 1854. She was then renamed CHANCE. Built: Circa 1852 at Stanley, Falkland Islands. 1852-1854 as AGENORA 1854-1855 as CHANCE

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