Landscape Photographic Prints of Newcastle, Port Stephens, Central Coast, Australia and Overseas are all available as a 'Print Only', Canvas, Acrylic or a Professionally Framed Print.
Daytime Long Exposure of the Sygna Ship Wreck on Stockton Beach NSW Port Stephens.
During May 1974 the New South Wales coast was being battered by large storms which brought heavy swells off both Sydney and Newcastle ports. Newcastle port reported a swell of over 17 m (56 ft) at the entrance.
The Sygna was on its maiden voyage, waiting for a load of 50,000 tonnes of coal destined for Europe at the time of the accident. It was anchored 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) off Newcastle when the Bureau of Meteorology issued a severe storm warning and directive for ships to move out to sea. Seven of the ten ships anchored off Newcastle did so, however the Sygna was not one of them.
Photographic Landscape Prints of Sygna Wreck, Stockton Beach Port Stephens printed in various sizes on Photographic Paper, Canvas, Acrylic or Professionally Mounted and Framed
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