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A Marine History Publication, Geelong, Victoria. . Some of the sail traders of 1841 - 1854 stayed behind unwillingly, there craft dashed on the rocks, and sunk in the shallows of Port Albert. Although the introduction of a Pilot Service in 1842 aided, the trend of coastal traders coming to grief continued, by 1841 ship's masters were warned that, although the channels into the port were navigable this was only possible at high tide and all were in danger of stranding once the tide receded. Throughout time, hundreds of vessels paid the penalty of ignoring this advice, including 96 steamers. Fine condition. Soft covers 108pp. 213 x 140 mm