Smack – Captain T. Moyes. (LARN, VLI.) – Lyme Regis. Ref. BOT: Wk. Rtn. 1883 Appx. Pt. I-VI p101.
Smack from Fowey – Breakwater. See ‘Salvage Case’ courtesy Portland Historical Sources: NIL
Smack, hull sold as it lay on the beach. Chesil Beach. Refs. Lloyds List: 25/10/1853 p709. & ADM. Wk. Rtn. 1853 p60-1. The Standard, October 24, 1853, Issue 9114. Plymouth to Quebec. Crew saved.
DCC: 07/02/1907; “Collision in the Channel off Portland – On Thursday night a French fishing smack, TOURNY, was run into by an unknown steamer in the Channel and sank immediately. The captain, whose name was Francois, and six men were drowned. One French sailor, whose name as yet is unknown, was picked up by a … Read Article
Smack – (LARN, VLI.) – Sandsfoot Castle. May be additional material in Southern Times: 25/10/1879.
Smack – (LARN) – Captain Windar. Portland Breakwater. From inside Portland Harbour she dragged both anchors and hit the breakwater. The ROYAL ALFRED tug tried a rescue but failed, however a local lerret with eight men aboard put out to her rescue. The smack damaged the lerret and was eventually towed to safety by the … Read Article
Smack – Dor. Mag: 1975 No. 49 p24 & ibid 1976 50 p18 – Osmington Mills, Weymouth. 1824 Gale. Reference needs checking. LARN has second entry for 1838? Check the Dorset Magazine. Times [1/12/1824] Times: Wednesday, December 1, 1824, Issue 12512 – Weymouth, Nov 28: Two Sisters, from Malaga, of and bound for Hamburg, laden … Read Article
French Fishing Smack – (LARN) – Chesil Beach, near Langton. Came ashore empty. Crew? Check Ref. DCC: 05/03/1868.
Smack – (LARN, VLI) Captain Codner. Victim of the 1824 Gale. Near Weymouth. Dor. Mags: 1975, No. 49, p24. & 1976 No,. 50, p18.
Smack – Captain J. Hixson. (LARN) – Studland Bay. Ref. BOT: Wk. Rtn. 1891 Appx. C Table 1 p137.