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CHAPTER 4 OF THE MendoZza NAUFRAGIES SERIES

The SS Naronic was a British steamboat built by shipyards

from Harland and Wolff in Belfast for the WHITE STAR LINE shipping company.

The SS NARONIC was launched on May 26, 1892, and was completed on July 11

of that same year. He left on his maiden voyage four days later, on the 15th of

July, sailing from Liverpool to New York.

After his first trip, the SS NARONIC made five more trips without incident,

before leaving on what would be his last trip on February 11, 1893

under the command of Captain William Roberts. The SS NARONIC set sail for Nueva

York with a crew of 50 people, plus 14 cattle breeders for

serve the main cargo of the ship, cattle, and 10 horse keepers.

After leaving the port of Liverpool, he stopped briefly at Lynas Point, Anglesey,

North Wales, to leave the pilot on the ground before heading towards the

West in rough seas.

The ship disappeared four years before the Marconi Company opened its

factory, this company was the one that produced the RIT TITANIC system so the

SS NARONIC did not have the telegraphy equipment to send signals from

Help. The only knowledge of the accident comes from two sources

The first information comes from the British ship SS COVENTRY that

He reported seeing two of the empty lifeboats of the SS NARONIC.

The first lifeboat, found at 2:00 am on March 4, was overturned,

and the second one was found at 2:00 pm, but it ended up being flooded.

The first one was found 19 miles from the place where RMS TITANIC, in

April 1912, would find a similar destination. The second source of information

there are four bottles with messages inside, recovered later, that claimed to have

been written while THE SS NARONIC was sinking.

The first two bottles were found in the United States, one on March 3 in

Bay Ridge (Brooklyn, New York), and the other in Ocean View (Virginia) on the 30th of

March. The third bottle was found in June 1893, in the Irish Channel

and the fourth was found on September 18 of the same year in the river

Mersey near the ship's starting point, in the port of Liverpool.

While the four messages specifically mentioned the wreck

from SS NARONIC, the second bottle found contained one more message

detailed.

3:10 AM February 19. SS NARONIC on the high seas.

To anyone who finds this: inform our agents if they have not been

previously informed, that our ship is sinking rapidly under the

waves. It's a storm so strong that we can't survive in the little ones

lifeboats. One of them has already sunk with its human burden. I hope God

Let this survive. We hit an iceberg during a blinding

storm and we were afloat for two hours. It's 3:20 AM and this big ship

It is at water level. Report to agents on Broadway, New New York, M. Kersey & Company. Goodbye

to all. It was signed by "John Olsen, farmer." Without

However, there was no one with this name on the ship's passenger list; the

closest were the ranchers John O'Hara and John

Watson A similar situation exists with the

message of the first bottle found, which was signed by "L. Winsel", which

I wasn't on the list either. The messages of the other two bottles were not

signed. Because of this, the reliability of bottled messages such as

Genuine wills about the fate of the ship have been questioned in the

Court of investigation on the accident, not accepting these messages

as authentic. If the messages are correct, the ship

sank sometime after 03:20 a.m. on the 19th of

February 1893.

There are many doubts about what is officially known about the ship.

Why were only two lifeboats found? Well considering its length and

and tonnage, the Naronic should have had between eight and

Ten lifeboats on board. Why didn't all your ships deployed to

find more boats? The TITANIC RMS took almost the same amount of time in

sink and, although the boats only filled up to 65% of

capacity, managed to launch more than 17 boats. Also why were no bodies found

floating with life jackets? since Some of the victims of RMS TITANIC

They were found and identified up to 6 weeks after the sinking. What

step with life jackets? Marine life will not consume a vest

Lifeguard so fast. And finally, why was the

third boat floating empty? It's strange what the Court of Investigation

Research will rule out so quickly the possibility that the SS NARONIC hit an iceberg.

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