Berwyn

Barbados,Caribbean

Berwyn was a French Navy utility tugboat, and little details about her history and specifications are known. According to the local stories, she was deliberately scuttled by her own crew after a heated debate in 1919 to prevent them being sailed back to Europe. The aged wreck rest today on her keel like a classic Donald Duck wreck, overgrown with corals on a depth of 5 to 10 meter in Carlisle Bay Marine Park, south of Bridgetown. Also see the nearby wrecks of Bajan Queen, Eillon, Friars Craig, Stavronikita and the former Coast Guard boat Trident.


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Berwyn

60,0 x ? f
     
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13°04'21.4"N 59°36'10.1"W

Last updated: March 2021