Ynys Bery from Ramsey Island
It is the site of a shipwreck: the S.S. Graffoe (a 2,996-ton steamship bound from Glasgow to Buenos Aires with coal) struck Ramsey Island and sank at the northern end of Ynys Bery in 1903. It lies at a depth of 15 metres, and is one of many Pembrokeshire wrecks popular with divers. Ynys Bery's highest point is 71 metres (233 feet), the highest of Wales`s islets.
- Will. Basil Jones (1852). The History and Antiquities of Saint David's: By Will. Basil Jones and Edw. A. Freeman. 1. Pickering, Parker and Petheram. p. 17.
- Ynys Bery on www.hill-bagging.co.uk