Eduard Bohlen

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Eduard Bohlen

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Skeleton Coast is the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean coast of Namibia.

~ GPS Shipwreck Location ~
Latitude:   -23° 59' 45.2004" S      Longitude:   14° 27' 26.9388" E


The Eduard Bohlen was a ship that was wrecked on the Skeleton Coast of German Southwest Africa (now Namibia) on 5 September 1909 in a thick fog. The wreck now lies in the sand a quarter mile (0.4 km) from the shoreline.

The ship was a 2,272 gross ton cargo ship with a length of 310 feet. In September 1909, she ran aground in thick fog and was wrecked at Conception Bay while on a voyage from Swakopmund to Table Bay. This wreck is said to symbolize the loneliness of Namibia’s coast best. Its remains lie rusting in the sand, partially buried.


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Wonderful! I'm glad to see another person uploading new wrecks to the map.
Map was rated 5 stars by reviewer.
Fascinating history too.

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