The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Shipwrecked schooner


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Posted by Ron Beaupre, 24 January 2011 at 9:44

This is the wreck of the schooner SINGAPORE at Kincardine. You can see the first 4 letters of her name on the stern. this wreck took place September 15, 1904. She arrived at the port with a load of wood in her holds and on deck. She grounded at the end of the south pier and then pounded on the bottom as she worked her way to the beach south of the harbour. She broke up completely and is now buried in the sand.

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Shipwrecked schooner


Black and white photograph of a two masted schooner ashore with a cargo of lumber spread out over the surf.