Wreck of coaling ship Bayard

The Bayard was used as a coaling ship for the whaling station. Bayard lost its mooring at the coaling pier on the northern side during a severe gale on 6 June 1911. Blown onto the rocks on the southern side and holed.

Built in 1864 by T. Vernon and Son, Liverpool, she is 67 metres long and displaced 1335 tons.

Wreck of the Bayard

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