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SCARWEATHER LIGHTSHIP

Site Details




NPRN
274371
Map Reference
SS67SE
Grid Reference
SS6547174570
Unitary (Local) Authority
Maritime
Old County
Maritime
Community
Maritime
Type of Site
WRECK
Broad Class
MARITIME
Period
Modern

Site Description
The wreck of this lightship is located in virtually the same position in which it was moored. It has a height of 2m above the general level of the seabed and lies with its main longitudinal axis (keel) orientated 060/300 degrees.

Event and Historical Information:
Trinity House's No 4 Lightship sank on 30 January 1942 after being run down by the Royal Navy minesweeper HMS ROSETTE (a hired trawler). The position given was 51 27N, 03 56W. Trinity House examined in March 1942 and in August 1950. The wreck was also examined by HMS BEAGLE in February 1989.

Sources include:
Larn and Larn database 2002
Maritime records transferred from the English Heritage AMIE database, RCAHMW collections
UK Hydrographic Office Wrecks and Obstructions Database. © Crown Copyright and database rights. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office and the UK Hydrographic Office (www.ukho.gov.uk).

Maritime Officer, RCAHMW, February 2009.
  
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