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Aagot (1882)

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Yard number  118
Launched  1 June 1882
Depth  6.55 m
Builder  Govan
Status  protected wreck site
Length  70 m
Beam  11 m
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Name  Firth of Clyde (1882-1904) Aagot (1904-1907)
Owner  Firth Line, Glasgow (1882-1904) Herman Jacobsen, Fredrikstad (1904-1907)
Identification  UK Official Number 85945
Fate  Wrecked, Wardang Island, SA,1907

Aagot was a three masted square rig sailing ship built by Dobie & Company, Govan for the Firth Line, as Firth of Clyde and was launched on 1 June 1882. She was wrecked on Wardang Island on 11 October 1907.

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Aagot (1882) Wikipedia


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