MAGELLAN

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MAGELLAN

Years Active: <1832-1833
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Nationality: French
Wrecked on Sea Lion Rocks near Johnson’s Harbour in Berkeley Sound, East Falkland, after dragging her anchor.

Main Use:

Whaler/Sealer

Years Active:

<1832-1833

Power:

Sail

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Size:

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Design/Build:

Main Use: Whaler/Sealer
Power: Sail
The MAGELLAN, Captain Dilly, from Le Havre, France bound for Soledad Bay [Port Louis], was driven from her anchors, close to a weather shore in the narrowest part of Berkeley Sound, on 11th January 1833, finally beaching in what is now known as Magellan Bay, Johnson’s Harbour.
The MAGELLAN, Captain Dilly, from Le Havre, France bound for Soledad Bay [Port Louis], was driven from her anchors, close to a weather shore in the narrowest part of Berkeley Sound, on 11th January 1833, finally beaching in what is now known as Magellan Bay, Johnson’s Harbour.

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