Agnes (1849)

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Name: Agnes
Port of registry: Pictou, Nova Scotia
Builder: Point Brenley, Nova Scotia
Launched: 1849
Identification: Official number: 900027
Career
Name: Agnes
Owner: James Lloyd
Port of registry: Sydney
Identification: Registration number: 30/1869
Official number: 31599
Status: Wrecked
General characteristics
Type: Wood brigantine
Tonnage: Gross tonnage (GT) of 104
Displacement: Net tonnage (NT) of 100
Length: 20.4  m
Beam: 6.04  m
Draught: 3.5  m
Crew: 5

The Agnes was a wooden brigantine built in 1849 at Point Brenley, Nova Scotia. She was first registered in Pictou, Nova Scotia.[1] Later acquired by owners in Sydney, she was wrecked on the north side of the Wollongong breakwater in New South Wales on 10 March 1877, when the wind changed whilst carrying ballast between Sydney and Wollongong.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Agnes 1849", Canadian Heritage Information Network, Ship Information Database