Cedric

Sweden,Baltic Sea

Ravensdale was built by Edward Withy & Company in Sunderland, and was launched i 1881. She was sold to Latvia in 1903, and three years later to the company Cronberg AS in Sweden where she was renamed to Cedric. On a journey from Hull to Gäfle loaded with coal, she hit ground at Orskar outside Sweden 16. December 1910. She quickly disappeared in the deep, and only three men of the crew survived the night. The wreck was found in 1993 near Grundkallen light on a depth of 40 meter.


Name:
Former names:
Dimensions:
Cedric
Ravensdale,Johanna
226,0 x 29,5 x 16,5 f
     
Tons: Built: Home Port:
1109 grt
Sunderland  ( UK ) 1881
( UK )


Picture: Cedric
Per Åkesson


Last updated: June 2019