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Destination Never Reached: New South Wales Shipwrecks

Publisher: Private Publisher

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Media: BOOK - paperback, 168 pages
Author: M. Gleeson
Year: 2004
ISBN: 0975117807
Publisher: Max Gleeson

The final book in a trilogy on New South Wales shipwrecks, 'Destination Never Reached' covers the events leading up to some of the State's most tragic shipwrecks.

Using the testimony from each Court of Marine Inquiry, incidents of cowardice and incompetence, endurance and bravery are recounted by one of Australia's most experienced wreck divers and shipwreck historians.

This will appeal to those interested in maritime history as well as scuba divers and anyone who loves a great story. Details the sinkings of various wrecks along the New South Wales Coast not covered in the previous two releases, including the Lady Darling, Dandenong, Bonnie Dundee, Maitland, Lyee-Moon, Nerong, New England and others.

Contents:
Foreword
Chart
Dandebong
Barrabool
Lady Darling
Austral
New England
Colour Plates
Ly-ee-moon
John T Berry and Alhambra
Merksworth
Maitland
Hereward
Nerong
Fitzroy
Specifications
Acknowledgements
Index

 

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