List of shipwrecks in October 1860

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The list of shipwrecks in October 1860 includes ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during October 1860.

1 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 1 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Dart United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland British North America The schooner was wrecked at St. Esprit, Nova Scotia. She was on a voyage from Burin, Newfoundland to Halifax, Nova Scotia.[1]
George William  United Kingdom The barque foundered in the Dogger Bank. Her nine crew were rescued by the barque Christian ( Norway). George William was on a voyage from Sunderland, County Durham to Hamburg.[2][3][4][5]
Release  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked at the mouth of the Thunder River, Province of Canada, British North America Her eight crew survived.[6][1]

2 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 2 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Edinburgh  United Kingdom The steamship departed from Leith, Lothian for Cronstadt, Russia. No further trace, presumed foundered with the loss of all 28 crew.[7][8][9][10]
Habanero Manuel  Chile The ship was wrecked in the Maule River.[11]
Moscow  United Kingdom The steamship foundered off Skagen, Denmark with the loss of all on board. Wreckage from the ship washed ashore on the Danish coast. She was on a voyage from Grimsby, Lincolnshire to Saint Petersburg, Russia.[12][13][9][14]
Rapid  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore at Audierne, Finistère, France. She was refloated and taken in to Audierne.[15]
Sarah United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland New Zealand The schooner was wrecked at Taieri Mouth in New Zealand. The vessel was waiting for high water in order to cross the bar, but a gale blew up and the Sarah began to take on water. To reduce the risk of losing lives, the captain tried to enter the river, but struck the bar. The crew took to a lifeboat and were saved. Before they could return to free the ship, the wind changed direction, blowing her off the bar. She sank in the rivermouth's channel.[16]
Swift  United Kingdom The schooner foundered in the North Sea with the loss of all nine hands. She was on a voyage from Newport, Monmouthshire to Cronstadt.[5]
Thalia  United Kingdom The ship departed from the River Tyne for Cronstadt. No further trace, presumed foundered with the loss of all hands.[17][18]
Ugie  United Kingdom The ship departed from Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland for Peterhead, Aberdeenshire. No further trace, presumed foundered with the loss of all hands.[19]
Volant  United Kingdom The ship departed from Newcastle upon Tyne for Peterhead. No further trace, presumed foundered with the loss of all hands.[19]

3 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 3 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Agnes  United Kingdom The smack was driven ashore and severely damaged at Innellan, Argyllshire.[20]
Agnes Anderson  United Kingdom The full-rigged ship was driven ashore and wrecked 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) south of Portpatrick, Wigtownshire with the loss of two of her 25 crew. She was on a voyage from Dublin to Saint John, New Brunswick, British North America.[21][22][23][24][25][5]
Agnette Johanne  Kingdom of Hanover The ship collided with another vessel in the North Sea 12 nautical miles (22 km) off Hartlepool, County Durham, United Kingdom and was abandoned by all but her captain. They were rescued by the smack Gauntlet ( United Kingdom). Agnette Johanne was on a voyage from Emden to Sunderland, County Durham.[26]
Albrecht Thaer  Kingdom of Hanover The schooner was wrecked at Ferring north of Bovbjerg near Lemvig, Denmark, on voyage from Antwerp to Riga.[27][28]
Alma  France The schooner was abandoned in the North Sea off the Dutch coast. Her crew were rescued by a Dutch pilot boat. She was on a voyage from "Requejada" to Dordrecht, South Holland, Netherlands.[29]
Anna Flagge Wismar.svg Wismar The schooner was abandoned in the North Sea. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Söderhamn, Sweden to Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, United Kingdom.[30]
Annie and Keith  United Kingdom The ship was wrecked on Inchkeith, Fife with the loss of all hands.[31]
Aquila  United Kingdom The cutter was driven ashore and wrecked at Fort Matilda, Renfrewshire.[20]
Ariel  Norway The schooner was driven ashore and severely damaged near Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom. Her crew were rescued. Ariel was on a voyage from Sandefjord to Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire. She was refloated on 5 October.[32][23][33]
Aunt Mary  United Kingdom The barque was abandoned off Tory Island, County Donegal. Her thirteen crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Sunderland to Saint John's, Newfoundland, British North America. Ann Mary came ashore at Dunaff Head, County Londonderry and was wrecked.[34][33][35][26][5]
Bambro' Castle  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore near Saltcoats, Ayrshire. Her crew were rescued.[36]
Black Bess  United Kingdom The yawl was wrecked at Oban, Argyllshire.[20]
Brooksby  United Kingdom The smack was severely damaged at Oban.[20]
Caledonia  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked at sea off the Isle of Arran with the loss of all hands. She was on a voyage from Londonderry to Troon, Ayrshire. She was towed in to Greenock, Renfrewshire on 6 October by the tug General Williams ( United Kingdom).[37]
Camden  United States The barque was damaged at Greenock. She was on a voyage from Greenock to New York.[38][20][39]
Caroline  United Kingdom The barque capsized at South Shields, County Durham.[40]
Clarence  United Kingdom The barque was driven ashore at Troon. Her crew were rescued.[33]
Cleafthe Austria-Hungary-flag-1869-1914-naval-1786-1869-merchant.svg Austrian Empire The brig was driven ashore at Büyükdere, Ottoman Empire. She was on a voyage from Odessa, Russia to Constantinople, Ottoman Empire. She was refloated.[14]
Cygnet  United Kingdom The ship was beached at "Innisgarth", County Mayo. She was refloated on 14 October but had to be scuttled.[41]
Dart  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore and wrecked at Hunstanton, Norfolk. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Wisbech, Cambridgeshire to Hunstanton.[42]
David Edwards  United Kingdom The sloop was driven ashore at Dundee, Forfarshire.[43] Her crew were rescued.[33]
Derby  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore and wrecked in Dunnet Bay.[33]
Despatch  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore at Montrose, Forfarshire. She was refloated and taken in to Montrose.[23]
Diligence  United Kingdom The brigantine was driven ashore at Hartlepool. She was on a voyage from Sunderland to Rouen, Seine-Inférieure, France. She was refloated with the assistance of two tugs and taken in to Hartlepool.[44]
Draper  United Kingdom The ship was damaged at Jarrow, Northumberland.[4]
Earl of Zetland  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore in the Sound of Jura. She was on a voyage from Liverpool, Lancashire to Dundee. She was refloated and taken in to Oban[45]
Economy  United Kingdom The ship was presumed to have foundered with the loss of all hands. She was on a voyage from "Wyburg" to a British port.[19]
Eliza  United Kingdom The collier, a schooner, was driven ashore at Ayr. Her crew were rescued.[43][36]
Eliza Kirkbride  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore 8 nautical miles (15 km) north of Libava, Courland Governorate with the loss of all nine people on board. She was on a voyage from Hartlepool to Cronstadt, Russia.[46][5]
Ellen  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore at Troon. She was on a voyage from Carlingford, County Louth to Troon.[35]
Emanuel  Sweden The sloop was driven ashore at Rattray Head, Aberdeenshire with the loss of a crew member. She was on a voyage from Buckie, Banffshire to Harburg.[47][24][46]
Emma  United Kingdom The brig was abandoned in the North Sea. Her crew were rescued by the brig Pomerania (POL Szczecin flag.svg Stettin). Emma was on a voyage from Viborg, Denmark to Ipswich, Suffolk.[31][48]
Enterprize  United Kingdom The schooner sprang a leak and was beached at Robin Hoods Bay, Yorkshire. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Hartlepool to Scarborough, Yorkshire.[49]
Expert  United Kingdom The ship driven ashore and wrecked south of Whitby, Yorkshire. Her six crew were rescued.[44][23] She was on a voyage from London to Seaham, County Durham.[49] Expert was refloated on 16 October and taken in to Whitby.[50]
Fair Maid  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore at Dundee.[43]
Fairy  United Kingdom The ship was wrecked in Saltwick Bay. Her crew survived.[44] She was on a voyage from Whitby to Port Mulgrave, Yorkshire.[49]
Farmer  United Kingdom The sloop was driven ashore at Boulmer, Northumberland. She was refloated on 6 October and taken in to Warkworth, Northumberland.[26]
Forest Queen  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore at Troon.[51] Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Exeter, Devon to Greenock.[33] Forest Queen was refloated on 16 October and taken in to Troon.[7]
Friends  United Kingdom The sloop was driven ashore at Campbeltown, Argyllshire. All on board were rescued. She was on a voyage from Wick, Caithness to Londonderry.[33]
Friend's Goodwill  United Kingdom The fishing boat was wrecked on the Little Ford Bank, in the River Wyre. Her crew survived.[52]
Friendship  United Kingdom The sloop foundered at Scarborough. All on board Survived.[53]
Garibaldi  United Kingdom The yacht was presumed to have foundered off Rothesay, Isle of Bute.[20]
Globe  United Kingdom The ship was damaged at South Shields.[54]
Guthries  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore and wrecked at Rattray Head. Her crew were rescued by the Coast Guard. She was on a voyage from East Wemyss, Fife to Thurso, Caithness.[32]
Haidee  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore at Blackpool, Lancashire with the loss of a crew member. She was on a voyage from Morar, Inverness-shire to Liverpool. She had become a wreck by 12 October.[31][52]
Helene  Sweden The barque was driven ashore at Thisted, Denmark. Her crew were rescued. she was on a voyage from London, United Kingdom to Söderhamn, Sweden.[28][55]
Hendericka Frederika  Netherlands The galiot foundered at Greenock. Her crew were rescued by the tug Vixen ( United Kingdom).[56]
Hertha  Prussia The barque was driven ashore at Thisted. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from London to Dantzic.[28][55] She had become a wreck by 13 October.[57]
Hope  United Kingdom The brigantine was driven ashore at Troon. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Carrickfergus, County Antrim to Troon.[51][33] She was refloated on 17 October and taken in to Troon.[50]
Industry  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore at Fleetwood, Lancashire. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Ulverston to Liverpool.[58][59]
Industry  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore and damaged at Bangor, County Down.[32]
Jane and Mary  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore and wrecked at Speymouth, Moray with the loss of all five crew. She was on a voyage from Sunderland to Lossiemouth, Moray.[24][60]
Jeanie  United Kingdom The lighter foundered off South Queensferry, Lothian with the loss of all three of her crew.[61][39] She was on a voyage from Leith, Lothian to Grangemouth, Stirlingshire.[33]
Jehu  United Kingdom The ship was damaged at Jarrow.[4]
John  United Kingdom The ship was severely damaged at Jarrow.[54]
John  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore at Troon. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Belfast, County Antrim to Troon.[51][33] She was refloated on 17 October and taken in to Troon.[50]
Kelpie  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore in "Loch Keilisport". Her crew were rescued.[33]
Keltie  United Kingdom The sloop was driven ashore at Sandsend, Yorkshire. Her crew were rescued by the Whitby Lifeboat. She was on a voyage from South Shields to Sandsend.[44][49]
Kent  United Kingdom The brig was abandoned off Skagen, Denmark.[46] Her seven crew survived.[5] She was subsequently beached on Skagen and was wrecked there.[62]
Lass o'Gowrie  United Kingdom The steamship was severely damaged at Dundee when the barque Island Home ( United Kingdom) was driven into her.[43]
Louis A. Surette  United Kingdom The collier, a schooner, was driven ashore at Ayr. Her crew were rescued. She was refloated and taken in to Ayr.[43][36]
Lucy Ann  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore at Whitby.[59] She was later refloated and taken in to Whitby.[51]
Margaret  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore at Ardrossan, Ayrshire.[38]
Margaret  United Kingdom The collier ran aground and was damaged in the River Tyne at Stanhope, County Durham. She was refloated with assistance from the tug Paragon ( United Kingdom).[54][4]
Margaret  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore at Troon. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Dundalk, County Louth to Troon.[51][33] She was refloated in February 1861, and towed in to Ardrossan, Ayrshire, where she arrived on 5 February.[63]
Margaret Ann  United Kingdom The fishing boat capsized in the Irish Sea. She was driven ashore at Blackpool with the loss of both crew.[52]
Margaretha Flag unknown The ship was wrecked near Lemvig, Denmark. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Rostock to London.[64]
Margaretha Hendrika  Netherlands The galiot sank at Greenock. Her crew were rescued by the tug Vixen ( United Kingdom). Margaretha Hendrika was on a voyage from Greenock to Sagua La Grande, Cuba.[38][65][39]
Mary  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore and severely damaged at Pettycur, Fife. She had been under tow from Dundee to St. Davids.[60]
Mary  United Kingdom The smack was driven ashore at Scourie, Caithness. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Portsoy, Aberdeenshire to "Kirpond" and Scourie.[50]
Mary Stewart  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore at Troon. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Londonderry to Troon.[51][33]
Metha Flag unknown The schooner was driven ashore and wrecked at Thisted with the loss of a crew member. She was on a voyage from Saint Petersburg, Russia to London.[55][42][64][66]
News, and
Oak
 United Kingdom News broke free from her moorings at South Shields and was driven into the brig Oak. Both vessels were severely damaged.[54][29]
Ocean  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore at Whitby.[59] She was later refloated and taken in to Whitby.[51]
Onward  United Kingdom The barque was driven into another vessel and damaged at Dundee.[43]
Peggy  United Kingdom The smack foundered in Blackfarland Bay. Her crew were rescued.[33]
Phædo  United Kingdom The brig was wrecked in the Baltic Sea with the loss of seven of her nine crew,[67][68] or nine of her thirteen crew.[5] She was on a voyage from Vyborg, Grand Duchy of Finland to London.[31]
Port Dundas  United Kingdom The schooner was abandoned off Aberdeen. She was on a voyage from Thurso to Newcastle upon Tyne.[33]
Raynard  United Kingdom The schooner was abandoned in the Firth of Forth. She was subsequently discovered by the steamship Britannia ( United Kingdom), which put three crew aboard. Raynard was towed in to Leith by a tug.[61]
Renfrew  United Kingdom The lighter was driven ashore at Cardross, Dunbartonshire.[43]
Resolution  United Kingdom The brigantine was driven into the brig John ( United Kingdom) and was driven ashore and severely damaged at Troon. She was on a voyage from Londonderry to Troon.[51][33]
Richard POL Gdańsk flag.svg Danzig The barque was driven ashore at Thisted. Her crew were rescued.[28][55]
Rose  United Kingdom The sloop was beached at Macduff, Aberdeenshire, where she was wrecked. Her crew were rescued.[60]
Salonica  United Kingdom The brig was driven into several vessel and then into the dock gates at Sunderland and was severely damaged.[54]
Sisters  United Kingdom The sloop was driven ashore in Perrycurvick Creek. She was on a voyage from Leith, Lothian to St Abbs Head, Berwickshire. She became a wreck on 10 October.[69][70]
Sunbeam  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore in "Loch Cosset".[49]
Sutcliffe  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore at Ardrossan. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Ardrossan to Cork.[38]
Thomas  United Kingdom The sloop was driven ashore and wrecked at the entrance to Loch Striven.[20]
Thor  Denmark The steamship was presumed to have foundered with the loss of all on board. She was on a voyage from Copenhagen to Hull, Yorkshire.[53][12][71]
Venus  United Kingdom The brig foundered off the coast of Zeeland, Netherlands.[24] Her crew were rescued.[46]
Vrouw Alida  United Kingdom The tjalk foundered in the Dogger Bank with the loss of all but one of her crew. She was on a voyage from Newcastle upon Tyne to Tønning, Duchy of Holstein.[14]
Wellington  United Kingdom The Mersey Flat was driven ashore north of Whitehaven, Cumberland.[59] Her crew were rescued.[72] She was on a voyage from Saltney, Cheshire to Whitehaven.[51]
William  United Kingdom The tug sank at South Shields. She was refloated on 6 October and found to be in a wrecked condition.[40][54]
William Alexander  United Kingdom The schooner foundered with the loss of all six crew. She was on a voyage from Stettin to Gloucester.[5]
Unnamed  Prussia The ship foundered in the North Sea off the coast of Aberdeenshire with the loss of two of her crew. She was on a voyage from Dantzic to Dublin.[47]

4 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 4 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Arctic  United Kingdom The steamship was wrecked at Lemvig, Denmark with the loss of six of the 30 people on board. She was on a voyage from Hull, Yorkshire to Saint Petersburg, Russia.[28][53]
Ajax  Sweden The ship collided with Claudia ( Norway) and sank at Helsingør, Denmark. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Gävle to Hull.[22]
Catherine  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked at Beadnell, Northumberland. She was on a voyage from Pittenweem, Fife to Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland.[29] She was refloated the next day and taken in to Beadnell.[23]
Clotilde  United Kingdom The ship was abandoned in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) north north west of the Dudgeon Lightship (Trinity House Ensign (pre-1937).svg Trinity House). Her crew were rescued by the fishing smack Maritana ( United Kingdom). Clotilde was on a voyage from the River Tyne to New York.[24][46][73][19]
Cyrus  United Kingdom The snow was driven ashore on Saaremaa, Russia. Her nine crew survived. She was on a voyage from Dundee, Forfarshire to Riga, Russia.[28][5]
Eidswold  Russian Empire The ship wrecked at Helsingborg, Sweden. She was on a voyage from Riga to Dundee, Forfarshire, United Kingdom.[49]
Espeigle  France The brig was driven ashore at Hvidbjerg Vesten Å near Thisted, Denmark 4 October.[74][75]
Feliza  United Kingdom The brig was abandoned in the North Sea 80 nautical miles (150 km) west of Lindesnes, Norway. Her crew were rescued by Marie ( Prussia). Feliza was on a voyage from South Shields, County Durham to Vyborg, Russia.[76][62]
George and William  United Kingdom The Yorkshire Billyboy collided with the brig John Middleton ( United Kingdom) and foundered in the North Sea off Whitby, Yorkshire. Her crew were rescued by John Middleton. George and William was on a voyage from Sunderland, County Durham to Lyme Regis, Dorset.[41]
Hellegonda  Netherlands The koff was driven ashore near "Fjalehery", Denmark. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Königsberg, Prussia to Hull.[64]
Hendon  United Kingdom The snow was wrecked at Geestemünde, Prussia with the loss of six of her eight crew.[28][26][5] She was on a voyage from Cronstadt, Russia to London.[77]
Jean  United Kingdom The lighter was lost off Ardlamont Point, Argyllshire with the loss of all three crew. She was on a voyage from Loch Fyne to the Clyde.[57]
Johanne Christina Flag unknown The ship was driven ashore near "Lakken".[30]
John and Mary  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore and wrecked on Düne, Heligoland. Her eight crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Hamburg to a British port.[22][5]
Julie Flag of Stralsund.svg Stralsund The schooner was driven ashore 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) west of Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom with the loss of two of her eight crew. She was on a voyage from Dantzig to Belfast, County Antrim, United Kingdom.[46][78]
Laurina  United Kingdom The barque was driven ashore and wrecked at Ringkøbing, Denmark. Her eleven crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from London to Cronstadt.[79][5]
Mary Ann  United Kingdom The schooner foundered in the North Sea off the Farne Islands, Northumberland. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Hartlepool, County Durham to Leith, Lothian.[33]
Mary Read  United Kingdom The brig was abandoned in the North Sea. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Seaham, County Durham to Dundee, Forfarshire.[62]
Palme POL Szczecin flag.svg Stettin The ship was driven ashore at Thisted, Denmark. She was on a voyage from Sunderland to Stettin.[28][62]
Prima  Sweden The brig was driven ashore on Föhr, Duchy of Holstein with the loss of a crew member. She was on a voyage from "Dorusee" to London.[42]
Prince Albert  Norway The barque was wrecked at Lilleheden, Denmark. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Oulu, Grand Duchy of Finland to London.[42]
Race Horse  United Kingdom The brig was abandoned in the South Atlantic. Her nine crew were rescued by D'Alembert ( France). Race Horse was on a voyage from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Acapulco, Mexico.[5][80]
Scotia  United Kingdom The schooner was abandoned in the North Sea 30 nautical miles (56 km) east south east of the Farne Islands. Her four crew were rescued by Union ( United Kingdom). She was on a voyage from a port on the east coast of the United Kingdom to Calais, France.[26][5]
Seralia Russian Empire Grand Duchy of Finland The brig was abandoned in the North Sea. Her crew were rescued by Hermod ( Denmark). Seralia was on a voyage from London to Newcastle upon Tyne.[41][62]
Sophie  Norway The schooner was abandoned in the North Sea. She was on a voyage from Riga, Russia to Boston, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom. She was subsequently towed in to Heligoland by the steamship Heligoland (Flag of British Heligoland.svg Heligoland).[81]
St. Lawrence  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore and wrecked on Bornholm, Denmark with the loss of seven of her nine crew.[28][55] She was on a voyage from Newcastle upon Tyne to Cronstadt.[30]
Verbena  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore at Cardiff, Glamorgan.[26]
Wellington  United Kingdom The steamship was wrecked at Ballintoy, County Antrim.[22][23][26]
Wheatsheaf  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore at North Sunderland, County Durham.[29] She was refloated on 6 October and taken in to North Sunderland.[33]
William and Anne  United Kingdom The brigantine was wrecked on the Outer Barber Sand, in the North Sea. Her seven crew were rescued by the Scratby Lifeboat. She was on a voyage from Hartlepool to Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex.[51][82][83][26]
W. W. Scott  United Kingdom The brig was wrecked at Kirkwall, Orkney Islands with the loss of all ten crew. She was on a voyage from Dantzig to Liverpool.[84][5]

5 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 5 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Clara  United Kingdom The ship was wrecked off Hunseby, Denmark. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Dantzic to London.[64]
Comet  United Kingdom The sloop sprang a leak and foundered in the North Sea off the coast of County Durham. Her crew were rescued by the paddle tug Robert Stephenson ( United Kingdom) Comet was on a voyage from the River Tyne to Grangemouth, Stirlingshire.[40][33][26]
Emile POL Kołobrzeg flag.svg Kolberg The barque ran aground on the Newcombe Sand, in the North Sea off the coast of Suffolk, United Kingdom. She was on a voyage from London to Hartlepool, County Durham. She was refloated and taken in to Lowestoft, Suffolk.[73]
Enterprise  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore on Mandø, Denmark. She was on a voyage from Hamburg to Hartlepool.[62]
Henry Turner  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked off Port Madoc, Caernarfonshire. Her five crew survived.[85]
James  United Kingdom The schooner sank at Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland. Her crew were rescued.[23] She was on a voyage from Sunderland to Montrose.[73]
Jenny Lind  United Kingdom The gabbart sank at the Isle of Arran with the loss of all hands. She was on a voyage from Campbeltown, Argyllshire to Troon, Ayrshire.[86]
John Nelson  United Kingdom The ship ran aground on Skerry Ness, Orkney Islands. She was on a voyage from Memel, Prussia to Dumfries. She was refloated on 10 November and beached at Stromness, Orkney Islands.[87]
Lucy S. Hale  United Kingdom The ship was set on fire by her crew at Callao, Peru. She was severely damaged and was consequently condemned.[88][89]
Madam  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked on Gigha. Her crew were rescued.[86]
Muida  Norway The schooner ran aground on the East Barrow Sand, in the North Sea off the coast of Essex, United Kingdom. She was on a voyage from London to South Shields, County Durham. She was refloated with the assistance of two smacks and taken in to Harwich, Essex.[26]
New Happy Return  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore and wrecked at Lindisfarne, Northumberland.[23][26]
Trio  United Kingdom The sloop was wrecked in the Farne Islands, Northumberand. Her crew were rescued.[23]
Oliver Garden  United States The full-rigged ship foundered 40 nautical miles (74 km) north of Cape Santa Maria, Brazil with the ultimate loss of nine of the 24 people on board. She was on a voyage from Baltimore, Maryland to Panama City, Granadine Confederation.[90]

6 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 6 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Connaught  United Kingdom During the St. John's, Newfoundland ColonyBoston, Massachusetts, leg of a voyage from Galway, Ireland, to Boston via St. John's, the 4,400-ton sidewheel paddle steamer sprang a leak, caught fire, and sank in the Atlantic Ocean 87 nautical miles (161 km; 100 mi) off the coast of Massachusetts and 150 nautical miles (280 km; 170 mi) east of Boston. All on board, nearly 600 people, were rescued by the brig Minnie Schiffer ( United States).[91][92]
Cecelia Wood  United Kingdom The ship ran aground on the Rusk Bank, in the Irish Sea. She was on a voyage from Saint John, New Brunswick, British North America to Dublin. She was refloated with assistance from the tug Erin ( United Kingdom) and completed her voyage.[55]
England's Queen  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore in Nissisiquit Bay, New Brunswick. Her fourteen crew survived. She was on a voyage from Dalhousie, New Brunswick to Sunderland, County Durham. She was consequently condemned.[93][5]
Flora  Kingdom of Hanover The schooner was abandoned in the North Sea. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom to Stettin.[94]
Gemini  Netherlands The galiot was driven ashore and wrecked 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) from Ringkøbing, Denmark. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Dantzic to Leith, Lothian, United Kingdom.[95]
Jamesons  United Kingdom The brig was wrecked at Norden, Kingdom of Hanover. Her nine crew survived. She was on a voyage from Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland to Brake, Kingdom of Hanover.[28][5]
Jean  United Kingdom The schooner ran aground on the Salthouse Bank, in the Irish Sea off the coast of Lancashire. She was on a voyage from Sligo to Liverpool, Lancashire. She was refloated and taken in to Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire in a leaky condition.[33]
John Wilson  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore on the Skerry of Ness, in the Orkney Islands. She was on a voyage from Memel, Prussia to Dumfries.[30]
Marie Elisabeth  Denmark The ship driven ashore and wrecked at Rossitten, Prussia.[55]
Robinson  United Kingdom The snow was abandoned off the coast of Jutland. Her eight crew were rescued by Eleanor Francis ( United Kingdom). Robinson was on a voyage from Hamburg to Hartlepool, County Durham.[31][62][5] Robinson came ashore at Hallerholmen, Sweden on 20 October.[96]
Theresa  Kingdom of Hanover The schooner was abandoned in the North Sea. Her crew were rescued by Anna Margaretha (Flag unknown). Theresa was on a voyage from Riga, Russia to London, United Kingdom.[94]
Triumph  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked on Hog Island, Philadelphia, United States.[5]
Venus  United Kingdom The schooner foundered in the North Sea off Hellevoetsluis, Zeeland, Netherlands. Her seven crew survived. She was on a voyage from Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham to Geestemünde, Prussia.[5]
Vidar POL Gdańsk flag.svg Dantzic The ship was wrecked on the Nehrung, in the Baltic Sea. She was on a voyage from Dantzic to Sunderland, County Durham.[62]

7 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 7 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Alnwick Packet  United Kingdom The brigantine was wrecked on the Maasdroogen, in the North Sea off the coast of Zeeland, Netherlands. Her seven crew were rescued.[28][33][26] She was on a voyage from Liverpool, Lancashire to Dordrecht, South Holland, Netherlands.[95][5]
Aurora  United Kingdom The schooner was lost on the coast of Labrador.[5]
Betsey  United Kingdom The brig was wrecked on the Haisborough Sands, in the North Sea off the coast of Norfolk. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Seaham, County Durham to Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.[42]
Clunie  United Kingdom The schooner was abandoned in the North Sea 100 nautical miles (190 km) off Girdleness, Aberdeenshire. Her crew were rescued by the schooner Leonor ( Spain). Clunie was on a voyage from Sunderland, County Durham to Banff, Aberdeenshire.[97]
Edmund Pear  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore at Ventava, Courland Governorate. Her seven crew survived. She was on a voyage from Wisbech, Cambridgeshire to a Baltic port.[94][5]
Eliza  United Kingdom The full-rigged ship was driven ashore on the Richibucto Cape, New Brunswick, British North America. Her 22 crew survived. She was on a voyage from Liverpool to Quebec City, Province of Canada, British North America.[93][5]
Fanny  United Kingdom The barque was driven ashore and wrecked on Hogland, Russia. Her ten crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Cronstadt, Russia to Hartlepool, County Durham.[98][30][5]
Fury  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore on Anholt, Denmark. She was on a voyage from Memel, Prussia to Belfast, County Antrim. She was refloated with assistance from the steamship Stirling ( United Kingdom) and was towed in to Helsingør, Denmark.[45]
Humming Bird United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland British North America The ship was wrecked off Anticosti Island, Nova Scotia with the loss of three of her crew. She was on a voyage from Labrador to Halifax, Nova Scotia.[5][99]
Lord Clyde  United Kingdom The full-rigged ship was abandoned off Cape Recife, Cape Colony. Her 31 crew were rescued by Don Quixote ( United Kingdom) and she was set afire. Lord Clyde was on a voyage from Calcutta, India to London.[5][100]
Mariner  United Kingdom The ship was lost on the coast of Labrador, British North America.[5]
Sarah  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore on the coast of Jutland. Her seven crew survived. She was on a voyage from Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire to Stettin.[5]
Sicilian  United Kingdom The barque was driven ashore at Richibucto, New Brunswick. She was on a voyage from Liverpool to Miramichi, New Brunswick. She was consequently condemned.[6]
Speedy  United Kingdom The schooner foundered in the North Sea. Her crew were rescued by the steamship Chester ( United Kingdom). Speedy was on a voyage from Hartlepool, County Durham to Portsmouth, Hampshire.[26]
Summer Hill  United Kingdom The barque was abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean. Her seven crew were rescued by Helmuth and Marie (Flagge Großherzogtümer Mecklenburg.svg Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin). Summer Hill was on a voyage from Belfast, County Antrim to Bathurst, New Brunswick.[101][5]
Traveller United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland British North America The schooner was driven ashore at Buctouche, New Brunswick.[6]

8 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 8 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Agnes  United Kingdom The ship was wrecked at Torekov, Sweden. She was on a voyage from London to Stettin.[28][5]
Andrea Theodora  France The ship was driven ashore on Saaremaa, Russia. She was on a voyage from Rouen, Seine-Inférieure to Cronstadt, Russia.[55]
Anna Margaretha Christine  Prussia The schooner was driven ashore near Kiel. She was on a voyage form Liverpool, Lancashire, United Kingdom to Kiel.[98] She was refloated on 10 October and taken in to Kiel.[102][94]
Carlisle  United Kingdom The brig was wrecked on Borkum, Denmark with the loss of all seven crew. She was on a voyage from South Shields, County Durham to a Baltic port.[28][77][5]
Clara  United Kingdom The ship was wrecked off Hunseby, Denmark. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Dantzic to London.[95]
Engeline  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked at Melby, Denmark. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Narva, Russia to Hull, Yorkshire.[81]
Flora Temple  United States The ship was wrecked on a reef off the coast of French Cochinchina and was abandoned by her officers and crew. She subsequently sank with the loss of 850 lives. Flora Temple was on a voyage from Macao, China to Savannah, Georgia.[103][104]
Friend of Africa  United Kingdom The sloop was abandoned in the North Sea. Her three crew survived.[5]
George and Maria  United Kingdom The snow was driven ashore on the coast of Jutland. Her nine crew survived. She was on a voyage from Saint Petersburg, Russia to London.[5]
Giles  United Kingdom The ship sank. Her crew were rescued by Margaret ( United Kingdom). Giles was on a voyage from Dunbeath, Caithness to Dublin.[33]
Maria  France The brig was driven ashore and wrecked at Melby. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Stettin to Paimbœuf, Loire-Inférieure.[81]
Marie Alexandre  France The schooner ran aground on the Holm Sand, in the North Sea off the coast of Suffolk, United Kingdom. She was on a voyage from Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, United Kingdom to Nantes, Loire-Inférieure. She was refloated and resumed her voyage.[49][26]
Marsden  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore at Nidden, Prussia. Her eleven crew survived. She was on a voyage from South Shields to a Baltic port.[28][75][5] She was consequently condemned.[76]
Norna  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore on Hiiumaa, Russia. She was on a voyage from Söderhamn, Sweden to London.[55]
Rajah  United Kingdom The barque was driven ashore and sank at "Wyburg". Her fifteen crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Cronstadt to London.[55][5]

9 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 9 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Adolf von Lutzow Flagge der Hansestadt Rostock.svg Rostock The ship was abandoned in the Dogger Bank. Her crew were rescued. Adolf von Lutzow was on a voyage from Memel, Prussia to London, United Kingdom.[55] She came ashore at Thisted, Denmark.[49]
Aglae  France The barque was wrecked on the Arabian coast 35 nautical miles (65 km) from Aden.[105]
Ann Warhhurx  Sweden The ship was driven ashore and wrecked on Öland. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Stockholm to New York, United States.[94]
Carl England  Kingdom of Hanover The ship was driven ashore and wrecked at Thisted, Denmark.[28][66] She was on a voyage from an English port to Copenhagen, Denmark.[64]
Cuba  United Kingdom The ship ran aground at Whitby, Yorkshire. She was refloated with the assistance of a tug and beached at Collier's Hope.[49]
Defiance  United Kingdom The sloop was driven ashore and wrecked at Staithes, Yorkshire.[26][94][17]
Druid  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore at Bideford, Devon. All five people on board were rescued by the Appledore Lifeboat. She was on a voyage from Dublin to Barnstaple, Devon.[106]
Friendship  United Kingdom The sloop sank at Scarborough, Yorkshire. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Middlesbrough, Yorkshire to Southwold, Suffolk.[30][62]
Gesina Alida  Prussia The ship sank in the Dogger Bank. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Hartlepool, County Durham, United Kingdom to Königsberg.[55][42]
Grammatteo Flag unknown The ship was sighted in The Downs whilst on a voyage from Alexandria, Egypt to Hull, Yorkshire. No further trace, presumed foundered with the loss of all hands.[107]
Harmonie  Denmark The ship was driven ashore at Thisted. She was on a voyage from Gothenburg, Sweden to Grimsby, Lincolnshire.[28][66]
Helding  Sweden The ship sank. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Riga, Russia to London.[55]
James  United Kingdom The schooner ran aground on the West Barrow Sand, in the North Sea off the coast of Essex. She was refloated with the assistance of three smacks.[62]
Minna  Kingdom of Hanover The ship was driven ashore at Thisted.[28][66]
Sisters  United Kingdom The schooner was abandoned in the North Sea. Her crew were rescued by the steamship Sir John Easthope ( United Kingdom). Sisters was on a voyage from Sunderland, County Durham to Inverness. She was taken in to Kristiansand, Norway in a derelict condition.[55][42][76]

10 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 10 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Amund Hellund  Norway The schooner ran aground on the Haisborough Sands, in the North Sea off the coast of Norfolk, United Kingdom. She was on a voyage from London to Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, United Kingdom. She was refloated and towed in to Great Yarmouth, Norfolk in a leaky Condiiton.[62]
Enterprise  United Kingdom The ship collided with another vessel and sank off the coast of the United States.[5]
Fame  United Kingdom The schooner was abandoned in the North Sea. Her five crew were rescued by the schooner Eflisda ( Denmark).[30] Fame was on a voyage from Sunderland, County Durham to Dundee, Forfarshire.[62][5]
George Douthwaite  United Kingdom The barque ran aground on the Neckmansground, in the Baltic Sea and sank. Her thirteen crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from South Shields, County Durham to Cronstadt, Russia.[31][5]
Rhoda  United Kingdom The brig ran aground on the Haisborough Sands, in the North Sea off the coast of Norfolk. She was on a voyage from London to Whitby, Yorkshire. She was refloated and taken in to Harwich, Essex in a leaky condition.[94]
San Lorenzo  Peruvian Navy The frigate sank at Callao with the loss of about 150 lives. The full-rigged ship Goncola ( United Kingdom) rescued 30 or 40 survivors.[108][109]
Tiber  United Kingdom The steamship was driven ashore at Holyhead, Anglesey. She was on a voyage from Alexandria, Egypt to Holyhead.[55]

11 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 11 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Ann  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore near Yarmouth, Isle of Wight.[30]
Arabella  United Kingdom The full-rigged ship was destroyed by fire at Constantinople, Ottoman Empire.[76]
Baroness Tecco  Ottoman Empire The steamship was damaged by fire at Constantinople.[102]
Dauntless  United Kingdom The lugger was run into off Winterton-on-Sea, Norfolk by Sarah ( United Kingdom) and was abandoned. Her crew were rescued by Sarah. Dauntless was taken in to Great Yarmouth, Norfolk in a derelict condition.[64]
Enterprise  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore at Ventava, Courland Governorate. Her nine crew survived. She was on a voyage from a Baltic port to King's Lynn, Norfolk.[110][94]
Eveline  Malta The ship was destroyed by fire at Constantinople.[111]
Fabela  Malta The ship was destroyed by fire at Constantinople.[102]
Isabella  United Kingdom The snow was destroyed by fire at Constantinople. Her ten crew survived. She was on her maiden voyage, from Blyth, Northumberland to Constantinople.[111][62][5]
Other  Norway The schooner was wrecked at Scheveningen, South Holland, Netherlands. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Kristiansand to Somme, France.[95]
Prince Regent  United Kingdom The ship foundered in the North Sea off Happisburgh, Norfolk. Her crew survived. She was on a voyage from Hartlepool, County Durham to Exeter, Devon.[95]
Sarah Sain  United Kingdom The schooner was severely damaged by fire at Constantinople.[70]
Sir John Rennie  United Kingdom The snow sprang a leak and was abandoned in the North Sea with the loss of two of her seven crew. Survivors were rescued by the schooner Emilie Felix ( France). Sir John Rennie was on a voyage from Riga, Russia to an English port.[112][113][62][5] She came ashore at Ringkøbing in a capsized condition.[90]
Vesta  Ottoman Empire The paddle steamer was destroyed by fire at Constantinople.[114]
Unnamed  Ottoman Empire Eleven ships, including a polacca, were destroyed by fire at Constantinople.[111][114]
Unnamed Flag of the United States of the Ionian Islands.svg United States of the Ionian Islands Two ships were destroyed by fire at Constantinople.[111]
Unnamed  Greece Two ships, one a brig, were destroyed by fire at Constantinople.[111][114]
Unnamed Flag of the United Principalities of Romania (1862–1866).svg United Principalities The tug was destroyed by fire at Constantinople.[111]
Unnamed Austria-Hungary-flag-1869-1914-naval-1786-1869-merchant.svg Austrian Empire A ship was destroyed by fire at Constantinople.[114]

12 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 12 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Aimée Desirée  France The schooner was wrecked on the Oeste, off the Dutch coast. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from a Norwegian port to Bordeaux, Gironde.[81]
Anglesey  Norway The ship was discovered derelict in the Baltic Sea by Emily ( United Kingdom) and was beached on Fårö, Sweden. She was later refloated and taken in to Slitohamn for repairs.[102][19]
Faithful  United Kingdom The brig foundered in the Bristol Channel off Ilfracombe, Devon. Her eight crew survived. She was on a voyage from Cardiff, Glamorgan to Barcelona, Spain.[31][5]
Francis Yeats  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore and wrecked on Coll, Inner Hebrides with the loss of all eight crew.[90][5]
Hans Flagge Großherzogtümer Mecklenburg.svg Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin The barque was wrecked in the Dardanelles. Her crew survived.[102]
Jessy  United Kingdom The ship put in to Stanley, Falkland Islans on fire. She was on a voyage from Cardiff to Valparaíso, Chile. The fire was extinguished, she was repaired and resumed her voyage on 22 November.[115]
Malakoff  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore in Richmond Bay.[116]
Nancy  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore in the Dardanelles. Her crew survived. She was on a voyage from Cardiff, Glamorgan to Odessa.[102]
Remke  Netherlands The galiot was wrecked near Petten, North Holland. She was on a voyage from Libava, Courland Governorate to Rotterdam, South Holland.[95]
Thomas Hodgson  United Kingdom The barque was driven ashore and wrecked at Lower Kildare, near Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, British North America.[116][93][117] Her eleven crew survived. She was on a voyage from Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland to Penang, Malaya.[5] Although condemned and sold, she was refloated and taken in to Shediac, New Brunswick, British North America to load a cargo.[118]

13 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 13 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Ada  United Kingdom The yacht was wrecked near Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire with loss of life.[119]
Ann Jane  United Kingdom The cutter was wrecked at New Harbour, British North America.[5]
Ardnamurchan Packet  United Kingdom The smack was driven ashore and wrecked at Tobermory, Isle of Mull.[94]
Cesse Gordo  United States The ship ran aground on the Loggerhead Shoal, off the Dry Tortugas. She was on a voyage from New Orleans, Louisiana to Queenstown, County Cork, United Kingdom. She was declared a total loss.[99]
Eclipse  United Kingdom The ship ran aground on the Outer Barber Sand, in the North Sea off the coast of Norfolk. She was on a voyage from Hartlepool, County Durham to Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex. She was refloated the next day.[62]
Elizabeth  United Kingdom The smack was driven ashore and wrecked at Toberory.[94]
Emile Marie  France The ship was run into by a narwhal and was holed. She was on a voyage from Sunderland, County Durham to Bayonne, Basses-Pyrénées. She put in to Cherbourg, Seine-Inférieure.[57]
Ensign  United Kingdom The brig capsized off Christiansø, Denmark.[102]
Mermaid  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore and wrecked at Tenedos, Ottoman Empire. She was on a voyage from London to Constantinople, Ottoman Empire.[41]
New Astley  United Kingdom The brig was wrecked at Lydd, Kent.[94] Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Sunderland, County Durham to Lydd.[50]

14 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 14 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Amicitia  Denmark The schooner brig was abandoned in the Mediterranean Sea 40 leagues (120 nautical miles (220 km)) off Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, France. Her crew were rescued by the steamship Ville de Bône ( France). Amicitia was on a voyage from Barcelona, Spain to Marseille.[70]
Echo  United Kingdom The full-rigged ship was driven ashore between Dognose Point and Corkbeg Island, County Cork. She was on a voyage from Akyab, Burma to Liverpool, Lancashire.[102] She was refloated.[7]
Egyptian Witch  United Kingdom The ship put in to Saint Helena in a leaky condition. She was on a voyage from Madras, India to Liverpool. She was deemed beyond repair.[120]
Jeune Honore  France The schooner was in collision with an Austrian vessel and foundered in the Bristol Channel off Lavernock Point, Glamorgan, United Kingdom. Her crew were rescued.[121]
Lady Sale, and
Lesmahagow
 United Kingdom The full-rigged ship Lady Sale and the brig Lesmahagow broke from their moorings at Fleetwood, Lancashire. They collided with the full-rigged ship Bellcarrig ( United Kingdom) and then drove onto the Sleef Brest. Both vessels were refloated.[94]
Riga and Oporto  Russia The schooner ran aground at Ventspils. She was on a voyage from Riga to London, United Kingdom. She was refloated.[57]
Zillah  United Kingdom The ship ran aground on the Whitburn Rock, on the coast of County Durham. She was on a voyage from South Shields, County Durham to Genoa, Kingdom of Sardinia. She was refloated with assistance from three tugs and towed in to South Shields.[76]

15 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 15 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Derwent  United Kingdom The steamship was driven ashore and damaged near Cádiz, Spain. She was refloated.[102]
Diton United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland British North America The schooner was driven ashore at Caraquet, New Brunswick.[116]
Elise  United Kingdom The brigantine collided with Nova Bella ( United Kingdom) off Point Lynas, Anglesey and was abandoned. Her eight crew were rescued by Nova Bella. Elise was on a voyage from Liverpool, Lancashire to Africa.[122][5] She was presumed to have consequently sunk.[41]
Elzia  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore near Richibucto, New Brunswick. She was on a voyage from Liverpool, Lancashire to Dalhousie, New Brunswick.[116]
Elizabeth  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore at Domsten, Sweden. She was on a voyage from Cronstadt, Russia to London.[123][62] She was refloated the next day and resumed her voyage.[90]
Granada  United States The steamship was lost at San Francisco, California. She was on a voyage from New York to San Francisco.[89]
Grange  United Kingdom The brig was wrecked on the Corton Sand, in the North Sea off the coast of Suffolk. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Hartlepool, County Durham to London.[123][62]
Letitia  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked on the Newcombe Sand, in the North Sea off the coast of Suffolk. Her five crew survived. She was on a voyage from Seaham, County Durham to Ipswich, Suffolk.[123][5]
Louisa Marion  United Kingdom The barque ran aground on the Florida Reef and was wrecked. Her thirteen crew survived. She was on a voyage from Belize City, British Honduras to Queenstown, County Cork.[5] She was refloated on 16 October and taken in to Key West, Florida, United States in a leaky condition.[99] she was consequently condemned.[124]
Nelson  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore at Monte Video, Uruguay. Her eight crew survived. She was on a voyage from Cádiz, Spain to Monte Video.[5]

16 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 16 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Belcar  United Kingdom The brig ran aground and was severely damaged at Fleetwood, Lancashire.[41]
Foaming Billow  United States The schooner was wrecked on Prince Edward Island, British North America with the loss of all hands.[125]
Gazelle  United Kingdom The schooner was lost at Sydney, New South Wales. She was on a voyage from Newcastle, New South Wales to Sydney.[5]
Pandora  Sweden The brig was wrecked near Lemvig, Denmark. She was on a voyage from London, United Kingdom to Stockholm.[84]
Speculation  United Kingdom The barque was lost at Petchora Russia with the loss of one of her ten crew.[5]
Star  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore at Hauxley, Northumberland. She was refloated the next day and taken in to Warkworth, Northumberland in a leaky condition.[62] She was on a voyage from London to Sunderland, County Durham.[19]

17 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 17 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Alexander  United Kingdom The ship was wrecked on Saaremaa, Russia. She was on a voyage from Saint Petersburg, Russia to Kiel, Prussia.[5]
Arctic  United States The ship was wrecked in Silver Bay, Bahamas. She was on a voyage from Nassau, Bahamas to New York.[89]
Cascade  United Kingdom The brig was wrecked at "Laguna". Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Aspinwall, Granadine Confederation to "Laguna".[5][126]
Hannah  United Kingdom The ship was wrecked on Süderoog, Duchy of Holstein with the loss of at least four lives.[17]
Sarah Benus  United States The ship was wrecked on the Man of War Key. Her crew were rescued by the schooner Heigh W. Fry ( United States).[127]
Sophia Ray  United Kingdom The schooner was abandoned in the South China Sea 400 nautical miles (740 km) east of Formosa. She was on a voyage from "Appia", South Sea Islands to Shanghai, China.[5]
Stag  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked at the mouth of the Macleay River. She was on a voyage from Sydney, New South Wales to the Macleay River.[5]
Tawol POL Gdańsk flag.svg Dantzic The ship was run down and sunk by Marie (Flag of Stralsund.svg Stralsund). She was on a voyage from Dantzic to London, United Kingdom.[128]
Valiant  United Kingdom The brig foundered in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) off the mouth of the Humber with the loss of seven of her eight crew. The survivor was rescued by a schooner. She was on a voyage from the Humber to the Nieuw Diep.[110][129]

18 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 18 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Conquering Hero  United Kingdom The snow was abandoned in the North Sea. Her ten crew were rescued by a Norwegian vessel.[50][5]
Flying Cloud United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Guernsey The schooner ran aground at Patras, Greece.[93] She was refloated on 27 October and taken in to Zakynthos, United States of the Ionian Islands.[130]
Martha Whitemore  United States The ship was driven ashore in Dundrum Bay.[131] She was on a voyage from New York to the Clyde.[90]
Norma  United Kingdom The barque ran aground on the Barnard Sand, in the North Sea off the coast of Suffolk. She was refloated and resumed her voyage.[19]
Salvator POL Szczecin flag.svg Stettin The brig foundered off Jersey, Channel Islands. She was on a voyage from Saint-Malo, Ille-et-Vilaine, France to Sunderland, County Durham, United Kingdom.[110]

19 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 19 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Bosphorus  United Kingdom The barque was driven ashore and wrecked on Cape Hollanders, Cuba. She was on a voyage from British Honduras to a British port.[132][133]
Cygnet  United Kingdom The steamship struck a sunken rock in the Crinan Canal between Ardrishaig and Lochgilphead, Argyllshire and sank. She was on a voyage from Glasgow, Renfrewshire to Inverness. She was refloated and taken in to Ardrishaig.[97]
Henriette  Prussia The ship was driven ashore near "Trelletoy", Denmark. She was on a voyage from Memel to Grangemouth, Stirlingshire, United Kingdom.[110][134]
Mary  United Kingdom The barque was wrecked at Cape North, Nova Scotia, British North America with the loss of nine of her crew. She was on a voyage from London to Quebec City, Province of Canada, British North America.[101]
Napoleon United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland The paddle steamer ran aground in the Saint Lawrence River and was damaged. She was on a voyage from Montreal to Quebec City, Province of Canada. She was later refloated.[135]
Victoria  United Kingdom The schooner ran aground on the Gunfleet Sand, in the North Sea off the coast of Essex. She was on a voyage from Aberdeen to London. She was refloated with the assistance of three smacks and taken in to Wivenhoe, Essex.[97]

20 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 20 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Dove United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland British North America The brigantine was driven ashore at Indian Tickle, Labrador.[136]
Jane  United Kingdom The schooner was abandoned in the North Sea. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Sunderland, County Durham to Lybster, Caithness.[19]
Maria  United Kingdom The schooner foundered in the North Sea off Flamborough Head, Yorkshire. Her crew were rescued by Pomona ( United Kingdom). Maria was on a voyage from West Hartlepool, County Durham to King's Lynn, Norfolk.[111][19]
Olive  United Kingdom The schooner sank off Samos, Greece. Her seven crew survived. She was on a voyage from Kuşadası, Ottoman Empire to Queenstown, County Cork.[5]
Thomas and Hannah  United Kingdom The snow foundered in the North Sea with the loss of all seven crew. She was on a voyage from Sunderland to the Nieuw Diep.[5]
Vermont United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland British North America The barque was wrecked on Barnett's Bank, in the Irish Sea off the coast of Lancashire. All sixteen people on board were rescued by the Fleetwood Lifeboat.[131] She was on a voyage from Dalhousie, New Brunswick to Fleetwood, Lancashire. She was refloated on 29 October and taken in to Fleetwood.[132]

21 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 21 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Henderika Flag unknown The koff ran aground off "Thorne", Denmark and was wrecked. She was on a voyage from Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, United Kingdom to Dantsic.[137]
Horsford  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked near Lemvig, Denmark. Her seven crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Bremen to North Shields, County Durham.[57][5]
James Freeman  United Kingdom The brig was wrecked near Lemvig. Her nine crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Hamburg to Newcastle upon Tyne.[57][5]
James Pratt  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked off "Pellinge", Grand Duchy of Finland.[70][5]
HMS Perseverance  Royal Navy The troopship was wrecked on Maio, Cape Verde Islands. All on board, more than 600 people, were rescued.[138]
Sabrina  United Kingdom The ship departed from New York, United States for Cork. No further trace, presumed foundered with the loss of all hands.[139]

22 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 22 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Anna Flag unknown The ship was driven ashore near Noordwijk, South Holland, Netherlands.[70]
Beurs von Groningen  Netherlands The ship sank off the Kohl, in the Baltic Sea. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, United Kingdom to Helsingborg, Sweden.[90]
Frances Yates  United Kingdom The ship was wrecked on the Isle of Coll, Inner Hebrides with the loss of all hands.[111]
Grunus  Netherlands The ship foundered off Cape São Roque, Brazil. She was on a voyage from London, United Kingdom to Pernambuco, Brazil.[140]
Henderika  Netherlands The koff was driven ashore and wrecked near Thornby, Denmark. Her crew were rescued by the Hirtshals Lifeboat. She was on a voyage from Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, United Kingdom to Dantsic.[141][117]
Lady of Mugdrum  United Kingdom The schooner was lost in the Baltic Sea with the loss of all five crew. She was on a voyage from Cronstadt, Russia to Helsingør, Denmark.[5]
Swift  United Kingdom The schooner foundered in the Atlantic Ocean. Her six crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Pomaron, Portugal to Liverpool, Lancashire.[142][5]

23 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 23 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Angeline  France The schooner ran aground on the Newcombe Sand, in the North Sea off the coast of Suffolk, United Kingdom. She was on a voyage from Blyth, Northumberland, United Kingdom to a French port. She was refloated and resumed her voyage.[19]
Anna  Prussia The barque was abandoned in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) off Hellevoetsluis, Zeeland, Netherlands. Her crew survived.[57]
Betsey Rowe  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore and wrecked at Lamorna, Cornwall. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Penzance, Cornwall to Newport, Monmouthshire.[69][70]
Dart  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked in the Bay of Plenty.[5]
Doctor  United Kingdom The ship ran aground on the Burbo Bank, in Liverpool Bay. She was on a voyage from Liverpool, Lancashire to Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland.[69] She was refloated and resumed her voyage.[143]
Lisa  United Kingdom The schooner ran aground at Risør, Norway. She was on a voyage from Riga, Russia to London. She was refloated in a waterlogged condition.[137]
Nemesis  United Kingdom The barque ran aground on the Girdler Sand, off the Kent coast.[57] She was on a voyage from London to Bombay, India. She was refloated the next day with the assistance of the Margate Lifeboat and put back to Gravesend, Kent.[70][144]
Oregon  United Kingdom The ship ran aground on the Burbo Bank. She was on a voyage from Liverpool to Dordrecht, South Holland, Netherlands.[69] She was refloated and resumed her voyage.[143]
Resolution  United Kingdom The ship was wrecked at "Wakatene".[5]
Salaberry  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore on Spiekeroog, Groningen, Netherlands. She was on a voyage from Hamburg to Cardiff, Glamorgan.[90]

24 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 24 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Ark  United Kingdom The ship ran aground on the Sow and Pigs Rocks, off the coast of Northumberland. She was on a voyage from Riga, Russia to Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham. She was refloated and towed in to Stockton-on-Tees.[117]
Ella Gladstone  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore west of St. James's Castle, Smyrna, Ottoman Empire. She was on a voyage from Liverpool, Lancashire to Venice, Kingdom of Lombardy–Venetia. She was refloated on 29 October with assistance from Terrible ( Royal Navy) and taken in to Smyrna.[130]
Frederick  Kingdom of Hanover The schooner was wrecked on Læsø, Denmark. She was on a voyage from Bremen to Stettin.[14]
Island  United Kingdom The sloop collided with the brig Plantagenet ( United Kingdom and sank in the Bristol Channel off Combe Martin, Devon with the loss of one of her three crew. Survivors were rescued by Plantagenet. Island was on a voyage from Cork to Newport, Monmouthshire.[117]
Jupiter  United Kingdom The ship sank off Flekkerøy, Norway. She was on a voyage from Riga, Russia to Hull, Yorkshire.[5]
Ocean Star  United States The ship ran aground on the Triumph Reef, off the coast of Florida. She was on a voyage form New Orleans, Louisiana to Liverpool. She was later refloated and taken in to Key West, Florida in a severely leaky condition.[145][146]
Yougheden  Norway The ship foundered in the North Sea. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Dram to Montrose, Forfarshire, United Kingdom.[14]

25 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 25 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Eliza  United Kingdom The brig ran aground at the mouth of the Rio Grande. She was on a voyage from the Rio Grande to Liverpool, Lancashire. She was refloated and found to be in a sinking condition and was consequently beached.[140]
Hebe  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore and wrecked on Skagen, Denmark. She was on a voyage from Gävle, Sweden to Hull, Yorkshire.[137]
José Maria  Spain The brig collided with Palm ( United Kingdom) and foundered in the English Channel off Dungeness, Kent, United Kingdom. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Antwerp, Belgium to Santander and Bilboa.[141][147]
Thetis  United Kingdom The brig ran aground on the Kelder Steel, in the North Sea off the coast of Yorkshire. She was on a voyage from Hartlepool, County Durham to Dieppe, Seine-Inférieure, France. She was refloated with assistance from the tug Esk ( United Kingdom) and towed in to Whitby, Yorkshire.[117]

26 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 26 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Cherub  United Kingdom The ship driven ashore and wrecked in Sligo Bay. Her crew were rescued.[141]
Content  United Kingdom The brig was driven ashore at Dragør, Denmark.[93] She was on a voyage from "Wyborg" to Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.[128] She was refloated on 28 November and taken in to Copenhagen, Denmark.[96]
Lesa  Russia The schooner struck a submerged object and became waterlogged. She was on a voyage from Riga to London, United Kingdom. She was taken into a port near Risør.[141]
Margarethe Merchant Ensign of Holstein-Gottorp (Lions sinister).svg Duchy of Holstein The yacht was driven ashore at Hals, Denmark. She was on a voyage from Neustadt in Holstein to an English port. She was refloated on 29 October.[148]
Sirius  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore at Hals. She was on a voyage from Stettin to Montrose, Forfarshire.[148]
Thetis  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore north of Whitby, Yorkshire. She was on a voyage from West Hartlepool, County Durham to London. She was refloated the next day and taken in to Whitby in a leaky condition.[93]
William Keith  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore at Barmouth, Merionethshire. Two people were taken off by the Barmouth Lifeboat, her crew remaining on board.[144] She was later refloated.[149]
Windsor Castle  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore and wrecked on Sanda Island, Argyllshire. She was on a voyage from Greenock, Renfrewshire to Calcutta, India.[142]

27 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 27 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Emu United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland New Zealand The paddle steamer was wrecked on Motutapu Island. All on board were rescued by HMS Iris ( Royal Navy).[150][151]
London  United Kingdom The barque ran ashore on the Jasmund peninsula, Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Dantsic to an English port.[93] London was refloated on 30 October and taken in to Copenhagen, Denmark in a leaky condition.[152]
Resolute  United Kingdom The steamship ran ashore between Sheringham and Weybourne, Norfolk. She was on a voyage from Goole, Yorkshire to London.[93]
Vancouver  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore at the Santa Anna Lighthouse, Brazil. She was on a voyage from Liverpool, Lancashire to Maranhão, Brazil.[140]

28 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 28 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Almira, and
Beaver
 United Kingdom
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland British North America
The tug Beaver and the ship Almira ran agoround on the Jaques Cartin Square, in the Saint Lawrence River. Almira' was under tow from Beaver. She was on a voyage from Montreal, Province of Canada, British North America to Liverpool, Lanashire.[145]
Anna  Kingdom of Hanover The koff was driven ashore and wrecked on Læsø, Denmark.[93]
Banshee United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland British North America The barque was wrecked on Cape Sable Island, Nova Scotia.[5][153] She was on a voyage from Fall River, Massachusetts, United States to Pictou, Nova Scotia.[127]
Christian Benjamin  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore at Trelleborg, Sweden. She was on a voyage from Dantzic to London. She was refloated on 30 October and taken in to Copenhagen, Denmark.[152]
Windsor Castle  United Kingdom The paddle steamer ran ashore on Glunimore Island, Argyllshire and was wrecked. She was on a voyage from Greenock, Renfrewshire to Calcutta, Indis.[154][155]

29 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 29 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Fanny  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore and wrecked at Tabusintac, New Brunswick, British North America. Her twelve crew survived. She was on a voyage from Miramichi, New Brunswick to Belfast, County Antrim.[6][5]
Norge  Norway The barque ran aground off Dragør, Denmark and was severely damaged. She was on a voyage from the Gulf of Bothnia to London, United Kingdom.[152] She was refloated on 3 November and taken in to Helsingør, Denmark in a leaky condition.[148]

30 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 330 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Agnes  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked in the Farne Islands, Northumberland. Her crew were rescued.[128] She was on a voyage from Wick, Caithness to Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland.[152]
Eliza  United Kingdom The smack sank 30 nautical miles (56 km) off "Llanddroyn", Caernarfonshire. Her crew were rescued.[128]
Macaw  United Kingdom The Yorkshire Billyboy ran aground on the Patch Sand, in the North Sea off the coast of Norfolk. She was on a voyage from Maldon, Essex to Goole, Yorkshire. She was refloated.[128]
North Briton  United Kingdom The steamship was driven ashore in Ballycastle Bay.[156][157] She was refloated and sailed to Liverpool.[158]
Saint Felix  France The steamship was driven ashore on Lemnos, Greece.[156] She was refloated on 14 November.[159]
Skiold POL Szczecin flag.svg Stettin The schooner ran aground on the Droogden, in the Baltic Sea. She was on a voyage from Stettin to London, United Kingdom.[148]

31 October[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 31 October 1860
Ship Country Description
Cicely  United Kingdom The brig sprang a leak and foundered in the Atlantic Ocean (40°00′N 11°13′W / 40.000°N 11.217°W / 40.000; -11.217). Her crew were rescued by the full-rigged ship Britannia ( United Kingdom). Cicely was on a voyage from Tavira, Portugal to Torbay, Devon.[160]
Dina  United Kingdom The brig ran aground on the Inner Shoal, in the North Sea off the coast of Suffolk. She was refloated.[96]
Elizabeth  Netherlands The koff ran aground near Weddewarden. She was on a voyage from Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, United Kingdom to Bremen. She was refloated on 2 November and taken in to Bremerhaven.[96]
Louise  France The sloop ran aground on the Goodwin Sands, Kent, United Kingdom. She was on a voyage from a French port to Seaham, County Durham, United Kingdom. She was refloated and resumed her voyage.[96]
Monkton  United Kingdom The schooner ran aground on the Arklow Bank, in the Irish Sea off the coast of County Wicklow and was abandoned by her crew. She was on a voyage from Liverpool, Lancashire to Wicklow. She floated off, and was subsequently towed in to Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.[161][162]
Providence  France The ship was 20 leagues (60 nautical miles (110 km) north of Ystad Sweden. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Cronstadt, Russia to London, United Kingdom.[99][163]

Unknown date[edit]

List of shipwrecks: Unknown date in October 1860
Ship Country Description
Alchymist  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore at Helsingør, Denmark between 3 and 5 October. She was on a voyage from Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland to Cronstadt, Russia.[28]
Amor POL Szczecin flag.svg Stettin The schooner was wrecked near "Furneby" with the loss of one of her eight crew. She was on a voyage from Saint Petersburg, Russia to London.[21][42]
Archangel Michael  Russia The ship was driven ashore near Narva between 3 and 5 October.[28]
Barend  Netherlands The ship was wrecked at Skive between 3 and 5 October.[28]
Bolivia  United Kingdom The ship was wrecked near Helsingborg, Sweden before 12 October. She was on a voyage from Svartvik, Sweden to West Hartlepool, County Durham.[76]
Caroline  Sweden The ship was driven ashore at Ventava, Courland Governorate before 9 October.[94]
Caroline Schenck Flag unknown The ship was lost near "Pitty Harbor, Motton" before 23 October.[19]
Christine  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore before 23 October.[19]
Daniel Jeffreys  United Kingdom The brig was wrecked in Netherlands East Indies waters before 4 October.[164]
Dygden  United Kingdom The ship was abandoned in the Baltic Sea off Saaremaa before 23 October.[19]
Emily  United Kingdom The barque ran aground on the Filsand, in the Baltic Sea before 14 October. She was on a voyage from Oulu, Grand Duchy of Finland to London. She was refloated and taken in to Slitohamn, Sweden for repairs.[99]
Emmanuel  Netherlands The ship was wrecked at Skive between 3 and 5 October.[28]
Erland  Norway The ship was abandoned in the Baltic Sea before 16 October. Her crew were rescued by Scottish Maid ( United Kingdom). Erland was on a voyage from Gävle, Sweden to Dover, Kent, United Kingdom.[123]
Eugene and Pauline  France The ship was driven ashore at Thisted between 3 and 5 October.[28][75]
Familien  Sweden The ship was wrecked at Kungsbacka. She was on a voyage from Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands to Visby.[76]
Fransica  Prussia The ship was wrecked near Helsingborg, Sweden between 3 and 5 October. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Memel to King's Lynn, Norfolk, United Kingdom.[28][165]
Fraternity  United Kingdom The ship sank before 23 October.[19]
Gulnare United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland British North America The schooner was abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean. She was towed in to Dundalk, County Louth on 20 October in a derelict condition.[111][57]
Harmonie  Sweden The ship was driven ashore at Helsingør between 3 and 5 October. She was on a voyage from Sundsvall to Douglas, Isle of Man.[28]
Henriette Kleist Flag unknown The ship was driven ashore at Helsingør between 3 and 5 October.[28]
Lydia  United Kingdom The ship was abandoned in the North Sea before 18 October.[57]
Kingston  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked at Penarth Head, Glamorgan, Wales. Her six crew were rescued.[121]
Kron Prins Frederik  Norway The ship was wrecked at Skive between 3 and 5 October.[28]
Louise  Prussia The ship was driven ashore at Thisted between 3 and 5 October.[28]
Ludovico  Prussia The ship was wrecked near Helsingborg between 3 and 5 October. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from the River Tyne to Memel.[28][165]
Maggie Walker  United Kingdom The ship was abandoned in the Irish Sea. Her crew were rescued by Otillia ( United Kingdom). Maggie Walker was on a voyage from Liverpool to Sierra Leone.[84]
Margaretha Flag unknown The ship was wrecked at Skive between 3 and 5 October.[28]
Maria  Sweden The ship was wrecked at Skive between 3 and 5 October.[28]
Mary  United Kingdom The ship was wrecked at Cape North, Nova Scotia before 12 October with the loss of nine of her crew. She was on a voyage from London Quebec City, Province of Canada, British North America.[69]
Melckma  Netherlands The ship was driven ashore at Thisted between 3 and 5 October.[28]
Meteor  France The ship was wrecked at San Francisco, California, United States before 17 October. She was on a voyage from Bordeaux, Gironde to San Francisco.[166]
Minerva  Russia The barque was driven ashore at Ventava before 9 October.[94]
Minstrel Boy  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore at Helsingør between 3 and 5 October.[28]
Pauline  France The ship was driven ashore at Thisted between 3 and 5 October.[28]
Nymph  United Kingdom The schooner was abandoned in the North Sea before 12 October.[50][70]
Odessa  United Kingdom The steamship was driven ashore on the Spanish coast.[134]
Pajaro del Oceano  Spain The steamship was driven ashore at San Juan, Puerto Rico. She was refloated with assistance from the steamship Cuba ( Spain) and taken in to Saint Thomas, Virgin Islands, where she arrived on 12 October.[167]
Paline  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore and wrecked at Thisted between 4 and 6 October. Her crew were rescued. She was on a voyage from Sunderland, County Durham to Stettin.[64]
Paul Ernst  France The ship was wrecked on the Banks of Sand Pourre, off the African coast. Her crew survived. She was on a voyage from Liverpool to the Rio Pengo.[161]
Phædo  United Kingdom The brig was lost in the Baltic Sea with the loss of seven of her nine crew.[168][169]
Pomona  Prussia The ship ran aground in the Baltic Sea. She was on a voyage from Oulu, Grand Duchy of Finland to Halifax, Nova Scotia. She was refloated and put in to Copenhagen, Denmark for repairs, arriving on 17 October.[110]
Pride of the Isles  United Kingdom The ship was wrecked before 23 October.[19]
Sardinia  United Kingdom The ship ran aground off Bermuda. She was on a voyage from Liverpool to Savannah, Georgia, United States. She was refloated, resuming her voyage on 25 October.[170]
Tiberius  United Kingdom The brig was wrecked on Borkum between 3 and 5 October with the loss of all hands.[28][77]
Travail  France The ship was driven ashore at Thisted between 3 and 5 October.[28]
Union  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore and wrecked at Thisted between 4 and 6 October with the loss of a crew member.[64]
Viscount Lambton  United Kingdom The steamship was presumed to have foundered in the Baltic Sea with the loss of all sixteen crew and her passengers.[169][9] A boat came ashore at Wyk auf Föhr, Duchy of Holstein.[117] She was on a voyage from Sunderland to Hamburg.[12]
Water Kelpie  United Kingdom The ship was wrecked at Kungsbacka between 3 and 5 October. Her crew were rescued.[77][165] She was refloated on 12 October with the assistance of a steamship and towed in to Gothenburg, Sweden,[76][62] where she was repaired.[171]
Widar Flag unknown The ship was driven ashore at "Prœbbernan" between 3 and 5 October.[28]
Wittus  United Kingdom The ship was driven ashore before 23 October whilst bound for Odessa.[19]
Unnamed  Prussia The schooner was driven ashore near Libava, Courland Governorate between 3 and 5 October with the loss of all hands.[28]
Unnamed Flags unknown Two ships were driven ashore near Lipeāja between 3 and 5 October with the loss of all hands.[28]
Unnamed Flag unknown The schooner foundered in the Cattegat between 3 and 5 October with the loss of all hands.[28]

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Ship events in 1860
Ship launches: 1855 1856 1857 1858 1859 1860 1861 1862 1863 1864 1865
Ship commissionings: 1855 1856 1857 1858 1859 1860 1861 1862 1863 1864 1865
Ship decommissionings: 1855 1856 1857 1858 1859 1860 1861 1862 1863 1864 1865
Shipwrecks: 1855 1856 1857 1858 1859 1860 1861 1862 1863 1864 1865