C. A. BELYEA

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C. A. BELYEA

Years Active: 1877-1882
Vessel Type: Barque
Barque
Nationality: English
Struck the Uranie Rock at Volunteer Point, East Falkland, on 16th September 1882, before being wrecked by running ashore in Berkeley Sound.

Main Use:

Cargo

Years Active:

1877-1882

Power:

Sail

Built:

1877

Size:

861 Gross, 825 Net tons
51.36 x 10.58 x 6.28 metres

(length, breadth, depth) metres

Design/Build:

W. R. Huntley at Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada
Main Use: Cargo
Built: 1877
Power: Sail
Design/Build: W. R. Huntley at Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada
Size: 861 Gross, 825 Net tons
Dimensions: 51.36 x 10.58 x 6.28 metres
The C. A. BELYEA, of Liverpool, was from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in ballast, when she wrecked. The Falkland Islands Company’s local Manager reported that the C. A. BELYEA was sold at auction for £5 10 0d. The fifteen-man crew left for Punta Arenas on a German Mail steamship of the Kosmos Company.
The C. A. BELYEA, of Liverpool, was from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in ballast, when she wrecked. The Falkland Islands Company’s local Manager reported that the C. A. BELYEA was sold at auction for £5 10 0d. The fifteen-man crew left for Punta Arenas on a German Mail steamship of the Kosmos Company.

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