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This cache has been archived.

ehrenreich: Storm og sandfygning har begravet en del af cacherne.
Derfor bliver denne serie nu lukket.

Storm and sand buried part of the caches.
Therefore, this series is now closed.

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09 Cora af Boston

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Hidden : 11/3/2012
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Dette er cache nr. 9 af 15 om strandinger ved Skagen Nordstrand og Grenen.

Fregatten Cora af Boston – Strandet den 23. april 1890.

Fregatten "Cora" at Boston var i 1890 på rejse fra New Orleans til St. Petersborg. Lasten bestod at 5000 baller bomuld samt pibestaver. Den amerikanske kaptajn Roy havde sin kone og datter med ombord, og den 19 mand store besætning repræsenterede mange forskellige nationer. Den 23. april kl. 6 om morgenen strandede fregatten i tæt tåge på Skagen Nordstrand. En stor del at skibets last blev sejlet til Frederikshavn, hvortil "Cora" også blev bugseret, efter at Switzer havde bragt fregatten flot.

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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:47:49 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:47 PM GMT)
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