Marine Heritage Database

Ella Moore - 1892

Ship Type

Typical Profile

W

R

B

H


Code Flags

Tonnage

391

Length(ft)

136

Breadth(ft)

30.1

Depth(ft)

14.6

Masts

Decks

Hull

Wood

Shipwreck Details

Description

Owned by D. B. & C. F. Eaton of Cornwallis, she was one of the largest vessels built in the small port of Halls Habour. She enjoyed a long career on the North Atlantic surviving some severe storm damage and a grounding before finally being broken up in 1907. ELLA MOORE made some fast passages including a voyage from Eatonville to Belfast and back with lumber made in two months in 1881.

Story

ELLA MOORE was stranded on the rocks near Canso. Despite a precarious postion, she was repaired and continued her career until 1907 when she was broken up.

Vessel Type

Barque

Type of Event

Partial loss

Nature of Event

Ashore

Cause of Event

Unknown

Date of Wreck

1892-07-01

Location

Canso

Cargo

Rail road ties

Lives Lost

Voyage from

Voyage to

Remarks

Ship Construction

Built at

Halls Harbour, Nova Scotia , Canada

Date

1867

Official Number

57191

Registered at

Windsor, Nova Scotia , Canada

Date

Propulsion

Sail

Rig

Barque

Details

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