FEARLESS (1901) The 248 ton steam whaling bark Fearless struck a rock while at anchor on the south side of Dutch Harbor November 30, 1901 and was lost. The vessel value at the time of the casualty was $30,000 no cargo. The crew of 28 all survived. The Fearless had departed Plain Bay November 3, 1901 bound for San Francisco.
Mapping and Location : Southwest Alaska 53 54 N 166 31 W Chart 16520
Sources : 1. Shipwrecks of the Alaska Shelf and Shore (1992), 2. The H W McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest (1966) Pg 72
FREDERICK A (1936) The gas screw Frederick A drug anchor and stranded in Akutan Bay Sunday September 13, 1936 and was lost. There was no one on board when a gale blew the vessel ashore. The Frederick A was valued at $4,800 with no cargo and had no insurance. The hull became a total loss but the engine and equipment were salvaged.
Mapping and Location : Southwest Alaska 54 08 05 N 165 46 20 W Chart 16531
Additional Information : Tonnage 12 Gross 10 Net, Built 1920, Registered Juneau, ON 219974, Owner Frederick Anderson of Unalaska
Source : U S Coast Guard Report of Casualty filed by Leon Anderson April 16, 1937