today described the shallow waters off Transkei - where the
ill-fated cargo carrier Cordigliera sank last night with 30 crew -
as the "Bermuda Triangle of South Africa".
The 17-year-old Panamanian-registered vessel went down in "freak
seas" on the continental shelf near Port St Johns soon after sending
out a Mayday signal at 10.35pm.
None of the crew was rescued nor bodies recovered. The title 'Bermuda Triangle of South Africa' says it all. Ships disappear without a trace. The Waratah was not alone.....
The Wild Coast aka 'The Bermuda Triangle of South Africa'.
|Note number of wrecks off Port St Johns. ARE ANY OF THESE VISIBLE TODAY, APART FROM MELISKERK ??|