A 74 ton wooden hulled Ketch Verbena – Captain C. Marshall. Cargo, Culm. (Fleming: p35), (LePard: pages 96 & 97) & (LARN) – Weymouth Library Photo L910.4.VE5 – Wrecked on the rocks at Blacknor Point, Portland. Wreck was sold where she lay wrecked. See Times


BOT Wk. Rtn. 1903 Appx. C Table 1 p119
LR: 1898-9 No. 13(V)(Supp)
Weymouth Library Photograph L910.4.VE5.

Times: Thursday, July 23, 1903, Issue 37140 – Portland, Dorset, July 22: Ketch Verbena of Milford, Saundersfoot for Weymouth (coal), stranded this morning about 9½ miles N.N.E. of Portland Bill. Vessel full of water. Will probably become a total wreck. Crew saved. Ship Incident [Note: Finally drove ashore near Blacknor Point]

Day of Loss: 22

Month of Loss: 7

Year of Loss: 1903



Approximate Depth: