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History

The Krimpenwaard was wrecked in Algoa Bay in a south-easterly gale. When the ship grounded, its cargo of tin, sugar and coffee were also lost. Fortunately, no lives were lost during the event.

Description

MasterKluit, Hendrik Pieter
Tonnage612 ton

Status

It is thought that the shipwreck lies beneath reclaimed land.

References

  • marhisdata id 15321.
  • Lesa la Grange, Martijn Manders, Briege Williams, John Gribble and Leon Derksen (2024).
    Dutch Shipwrecks in South African Waters: A Brief History of Sites, Stores and Archives [Unpublished].
  • SAHRA Database.
  • George Lourens Kiers.
    Een Gestrand Barkschip.

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