SS 'Seagull', stranded at Ulladulla, New South Wales, 1913

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SS 'Seagull', stranded at Ulladulla, New South Wales, 25 July 1913, Sydney Marine Underwriters' & Salvage Association, PXD 1345,


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    • 18/Jun/2022 23:33:06

    1912 not 1913. Read All About It! ...

    ASHORE AT ULLADULLA. SEAS BREAKING OVER THE SEAGULL. News cams to hand at 10 o'clock to the effect that two vessels had gone ashore at UlladuIla, 108 miles south from Sydney. They were the steamer Bellbowrie, from Sydney, and the Seagull, a small tender, also from Sydney. The two vessels were sheltering from the heavy easterly sea, but parted their moorings, and before anything could be done were driven bodily on to the beach near the leading marks to the port. The Seagull, at the latest, was broadside on the beach, and the sea was breaking over her. The surge inside the little harbor of Ulladulla was particularly strong this morning, and extra lines were put out but they did not hold. The sea was smashing over the breakwater and rolling heavily on to the beach inside. Fishing boats and launches were having a lively time, and many of the first named had to be hauled on to the shore well clear of the breakers.
    See - (Thursday 25/07/1912)

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    • 18/Jun/2022 23:41:30

    Here? -

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    • 18/Jun/2022 23:58:04

    Floated off, sand cleaned out, and towed to Sydney -

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    State Library of NSW

    • 19/Jun/2022 23:54:01 👍