Clan Galbraith Ashore
The Norwegian-flagged Clan Galbraith, a 282-foot-long vessel was probably the largest sailing ship ever to ground along this coast. The four-masted iron bark was upwards of 2,000 tons. With a crew of 22, the Clan Galbraith lay for about two weeks off Flying Point in July and August, 1916, before it was floated free by in a salvage operation. It was sunk by Germans during World War I.