MHG14746 - Wreck, Unknown: Loch Nedd
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Type and Period (1)
- WRECK (Post Medieval - 1560 AD to 1900 AD)
- None recorded
NC13SW 8000 1397 3204
N 58 14.2833 W 5 10.15
Formerly NC13SW 8454
Horizontal Datum = OGB
Circumstances of Loss Details
The vessel caught fire and grounded during salvage operations on wreck of BERMUDA close by.
20 November 1974. The wreck shows [just] at low water and stands about 1.8 - 2.4 metres high on a very soft silt bottom. The vessel has sunk into the silt leaving the stem post, part of aft deck, odd ribs along both gunwhales and the bow post showing. The wreck is buoyed by local fishermen as it constitutes quite a menace to local and small boats using the loch as a holiday anchorage. The trawler sank sometime in 1936 according to locals. The hull is intact under the silt and appears to be made of wood. The length is approximately 27.4 metres.
Report by C J Asten, 14 November 1974.
24 December 1975. The site is reported to remains of a timber built barge. It's position is 58 14 17N, 005 10 05W. It dries to reveal 1.5 metres . The approx length is 15 metres.
Report by H L Johnson.
23 November 1987. The wreck that was formerly obstructing anchorage has been demolished, but a few bits may remain on bottom.
Source; Clyde Cruising Club SAiling Directions Ardnamurchan to Cape Wrath and aerial photographs.
Hydrographic Office, 1995.
The wreck of a drifter, blown up, but full of scrap, lies in about 10m depth.
Source; Ridley 1985.
|Grid reference||Centred NC 1397 3204 (80m by 80m) (Buffered by site type)|
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External Links (1)
- https://canmore.org.uk/site/101945 (View RCAHMS Canmore entry for this site)
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