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Shipwrecks around New Zealand

Gavin McLean

Shipwrecks around New Zealand

by Gavin McLean

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Published by Grantham House in Wellington, N.Z .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand.
    • Subjects:
    • Shipwrecks -- New Zealand.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 80).

      Statement[illustrated by] Eric Heath; text by Gavin McLean.
      ContributionsHeath, Eric Walmsley.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsG525 .M3887 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination80 p. :
      Number of Pages80
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL832222M
      ISBN 101869340442
      LC Control Number95106561
      OCLC/WorldCa32550037

      Shipwrecks litter the coasts and reefs of New Zealand. Disasters at sea are no longer the regular occurrence they were in the days when sea travel was the main means of coastal and international trans port, yet recent wrecks like the Rena show that perils remain. Sea voyages, shipwrecks & disaster tales with New Zealand connections. Burning of the ship Blue Jacket In the immigrant ship Blue Jacket made her return voyage to London from Lyttelton. She was loaded with wool, flax and gold, all treasures from the relatively new colony of New Zealand.

      There are many shipwrecks and shipwreck mysteries around the coast of Western Australia. At left: See the interactive map provided by the WA Maritime Museum Discovery of Tasmania and New Zealand () All books are illustrated in full colour.   Coastal images from the drive (from Wellington) to and around the Taranaki coast - wrecks of the Hydrabad and the Gairlock. Source on shipwrecks: Ingram, C.W.N. New Zealand Shipwrecks,

      List of shipwrecks: 20 February Ship Country Description Banshee New Zealand The ton schooner foundered after holing on a reef near Moeraki, New Zealand, while en route from Nelson to five men on board took to the lifeboat, but it capsized. Only one of the five crew survived. Get this from a library! Shipwrecks: New Zealand disasters [C W N Ingram; P Owen Wheatley].


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Shipwrecks around New Zealand by Gavin McLean Download PDF EPUB FB2

Date: From: New Zealand marine news, By: Church, Ian,INNZNA Description: Lists additions and corrections to 'New Zealand shipwrecks' ( edition), by C W N Ingram.

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Bringing naval stores from Sydney, the modern ton steam corvette HMS Orpheus ran aground on the bar at the entrance to Auckland’s Manukau Harbour. Shipwrecks around New Zealand by Shipwrecks,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Shipwrecks.

Shipwrecks Around New Zealand by McLean, Gavin. Grantham House, NZ. Hardcover. First Edition. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Moderate. Shipwrecks along the coastlines of the islands of New Zealand in the Pacific Ocean.

Subcategories. This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total. Shipwrecks of the Northland Region‎ (12 P) Pages in category "Shipwrecks of New Zealand" The following 30 pages are in this category, out of 30 total. This list may not reflect.

New Zealand shipwrecks you can visit. Lorna ThornberTasmania is one of more than 20 shipwrecks around the Mahia peninsula, making it a popular dive spot. Maritime New Zealand.

The ship was the first European vessel to visit the east coast of Australia and circumnavigate New Zealand, but only a few years after returning home, it. Shipwrecks litter the coasts and reefs of New Zealand. In the last years over have been fatally wrecked on our shores, sometimes with horrific loss of life.

Many more have been salvaged only after epic struggle. Historian Gavin McLean documented these tragedies and visited many of the wrecks over years of research.

The first record I have of her in New Zealand waters was her arrival at Lyttleton on April 26 "Eli Whitney, ship tons" Her cargo manifest included; tons of coal, two horses, 1 box of books, 1 box of earthen wear, 3 pack saddles, 1 cask preserved seal skins, 50 bales of hay.

Lyttleton Times 28 February This second edition of the Companion to New Zealand Shipwrecks builds on the original book, New Zealand Shipwrecks by Ingram & Wheatley and seven further editions, the 8th edition being published in Shipwrecks of New Zealand is lavishly illustrated with colour, plus many previously unpublished images of wrecks.

Shipwrecks around New Zealand. [Eric Heath; Gavin McLean] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Eric Heath; Gavin McLean.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number:   A retirement hobby has turned into a successful and growing business for Hutt Valley couple, Margie Petherick and Robert Baldock.

Robert talks to Jesse about their shop, Shipwreck Trading, on the Seaview Marina and all about the people who travel from all over NZ to rifle through their salvaged treasures. Lynton’s self-published book follows on from the eighth edition of New Zealand Shipwrecks in which he co-authored with wife Edith.

Both have been researching the topic since when Edith. In the late s she was the 'Shipwreck Lady' in DIVE magazine producing information on wrecks not listed in the 7th edition of NZ Shipwrecks. Keith Gordon started sport diving in the early s. He has been involved with shipwreck research and exploration projects around New Zealand, the South Pacific and Southeast Asia.

NEW ZEALAND SHIPWRECKS Enter here to bring up frames page with book codes if not already loaded. The vessels listed here have had some connection with Australia, and were all lost off or near the coast of New Zealand.

The New Zealand Maritime Record contains detailed illustrated histories of about 50 vessels which have strong New Zealand connections. Northern Steam Ship Company History of the company from the Maritime Museum NZ Marine History from the New Zealand Shipping and Marine Society The Torpedo Bay Navy Museum Contains one of New Zealand's largest.

Some of New Zealand’s famous sunken shipwrecks have become attractions for divers. These include the wrecks of the Wairarapa, Elingamite and Mikhail more important of these sites are marked on this map, and the names of the wrecks can be. The first edition of the Companion, Shipwrecks of New Zealand, published in corrected errors in the 8th edition and added more unrecorded wrecks.

This second edition adds another 30 pages and again adds previously unrecorded wrecks as letters and diaries surfaced with more details and more information discovered in our National Archives. This book could be subtitled “A Tale of Two Shipwrecks.” It is the true story of two shipwrecks, the Grafton and the Invercauld, on the Auckland Islands near New Zealand in the mid’s.

In addition to providing the details of what happened to these crews, it a lesson on the importance of ingenuity, teamwork, and leadership.4/5().

The New Zealand shipwreck given up from its sandy grave after years has rolled away on the back of a truck. The timber hull of the 17m-long sailing vessel, the Daring, whose shroud of sand was.Shipwrecks litter the coasts and reefs of New Zealand.

Disasters at sea are no longer the regular occurrence they were in the days when sea travel was the main means of coastal and international transport, yet recent wrecks like the Rena show that perils remain.

The film The Lord of the Flies, based on Golding's novel, shows shipwrecked boys turning into savages Credit: Alamy. In Junesix boys aged between 13 and 16 – .