NUESTRA SEÑORA DE LA GLORIA

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NUESTRA SEÑORA DE LA GLORIA

Years Active: 1774-1774
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Nationality: Spanish
Wrecked at Port Egmont, West Falkland sometime in 1774.

Main Use:

Warship

Years Active:

1774-1774

Power:

Sail

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Size:

(length, breadth, depth) metres

Design/Build:

Main Use: Warship
Power: Sail
Wrecked at Port Egmont in 1774. [Information from a modern source] — However, a report into the condition of Puerto Soledad (Port Louis, East Falkland) in 1816, states that there are the remains of a vessel there, believed to be the GLORIA. [Could this in fact be the NUESTRA SEÑORA DE LA GLORIA?]
Wrecked at Port Egmont in 1774. [Information from a modern source] — However, a report into the condition of Puerto Soledad (Port Louis, East Falkland) in 1816, states that there are the remains of a vessel there, believed to be the GLORIA. [Could this in fact be the NUESTRA SEÑORA DE LA GLORIA?]

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