Wreck 1891 and Other Maritime Memories
- Usually Ships in 2 to 4 Weeks
Media: BOOK - paperback, 152 pages
Author: J. Loney
Other: b&w photos, sketches, map, appendix, index
Publisher: Marine History Publications
A great deal of our history lies on the seabed off South Western Victoria where there have been several hundred wrecks. As the author of many standard works on Australian shipwreck, Jack Loney has compiled this authoritative 'follow up' to the stories of major wrecks along these shores in 1891 adding additional details and correcting misconceptions passed down through several generations.
The second section of 'Wreck - 1891' presents a further selection of early maritime stories, with a strong emphasis on south eastern Australian waters.
The book is illustrated by several maps and many photographs, several until now unpublished.
- W.B. Godfrey, 7 March 1891
- Joseph H. Scammell, 7 May 1891
- Craigburn, 8 May 1891
- Gambier and Easby Collision, 28 August 1891
- Fiji, 6 September 1891
- Wrecks of the Small Ships and Strandings
- Shipwrecks Commemorations, 1891-1991
The Mosquito Fleet
A Popular Melbourne Ship
Tracing My Maritime Links
Terror on the Aberfoyle
An Epic of Bass Strait
Wrecks in Retrospect
- Great Britain
- Empress of the Sea
More Australian Sea Mysteries
- What Happened to George Bass?
- David Howie's Incident
- H.M.S. Sappho
- Unravelling a Mystery
- The Cape du Couedic Mystery
- Ghosts and Apparitions
- Flinders Island Mysteries
- The Great Ship Swallower Strikes Again