List of shipwrecks in 1906
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The list of shipwrecks in 1906 includes some ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during 1906.
- 1 January
- 2 February
- 3 March
- 4 May
- 5 July
- 6 August
- 7 September
- 8 October
- 9 November
- 10 December
- 11 Date unknown
- 12 References
- 13 See also
- Valencia ( United States): Ran aground off Pachena Point, British Columbia with the loss of at least 136 lives.
- Stainburn ( United Kingdom) : The Workington collier almost wrecked on the Runnelstone, off Gwennap Head, Cornwall and caught fire. Managed to make her way to Penzance where she was repaired.
- Buller ( United Kingdom): St Ives pilot boat, with seven pilots on board, capsized, in St Ives Bay, Cornwall when she was hit by a schooner, throwing all her occupants into the water. No fatalities.
- Training ship Comte de Smet de Meyer ( Belgium): Foundered in the Bay of Biscay ( ) on her second voyage with the loss of 33 crew.
- HMS Montagu ( Royal Navy): The battleship ran aground on Lundy Island and wrecked. Salvage abandoned in 1907 and scrapped in situ.
- Angola ( United Kingdom) : The Elder Dempster 1,811 grt steamship was on a voyage from Vera Cruz to Montreal when she ran aground and was wrecked when 6 nautical miles (11 km) East of Louisburg, Nova Scotia.
- Marjorie J. Sumner ( Canada): The schooner capsized at Eatonville, Nova Scotia during unloading. Subsequently salvage, repaired and returned to service.
- Socoa ( France): She was stranded off Kildonan Point, Lizard in dense fog. She was re-floated after jettisoning 50,000 barrels of cement and beached in Cadgwith Cove. She was later towed round to Falmouth and repaired.
- Primrose ( United Kingdom) on a journey from her home port of Garston with coal, hit the Low Lee rocks, Mount's Bay in thick fog one mile from her destination, Newlyn.
- Dix ( United States): Sank after a collision with steam-powered schooner Jeannie ( United States). Over 45 lives lost.
- Prinzessin Victoria Luise ( Germany): Ran aground off Kingston, Jamaica, declared a constructive total loss.
- Cap Juby ( Belgium): Sank after collision with Arlington ( United Kingdom) in the English Channel 15 nautical miles (28 km) off Dungeness, Kent, United Kingdom.
- Tilley ( United Kingdom): The ketch sprang a leak in the Bristol Channel and was abandoned. Her three crew were rescued by Ragusa 2 ( United Kingdom).
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- "Belgian Merchant A-G" (PDF). Belgische Koopvaardij. Retrieved 1 October 2010.
- Lettens, Jan; Allen, Tony (23 December 2013). "SS Angola (+1906)". Wreck Site.
- "Marjorie J. Sumner - 1906". Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. Retrieved 19 January 2015.
- "Timeline; merchant and navy ship events 1900-1913". Retrieved 2011-11-16.
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- Tovey, Ron. "A Chronology of Bristol Channel Shipwrecks" (PDF). Swansea Docks. Retrieved 22 December 2014.
- Knudsen, Reidar (2011), "RS 24 ”Risør” 100 år - Dystert mysterium", Båtmagasinet (in Norwegian) 5, retrieved 24 May 2014
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