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DOUGLAS PENNANT - 1861-1862
Master: Captain P. Pender
Rigging: Schooner
Tonnage: 80 tons
Construction: 1841 in Bangor
Owners: J. Leece
Port of regitry: Bangor
Port of survey: Liverpool
Voyage: sailed for Spain

 

 

(Classified as Schooner, with cargo of slates: date of loss cited as 8 December 1865). Douglas Pennant: this vessel stranded in Clunaig (Clonaig?) Bay, near Campbeltown. Capt. Evans.
Registration: Caernarvon.
(Location of loss cited as N55 20.0 W5 30.0).

 

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