An iron barque. Samanco, grounded off Carnsore in 1886. 195.0 ft. long, signal letters JRCB. Built, for the South American trade, for S. Wakeham & Son of Liverpool & registered there. The vessel was named Samanco by Mrs G. Wakeham. Its first voyage would seem to have been to Valparaiso, Chile, Captain Bell in command, with a general cargo. The vessel ran aground in 1886, due to a navigational error, near Carnsore Point, south east tip of Ireland, while en route from Liverpool to Callao, Peru, with a cargo of coal. In 1890 George P. Wakeham was recorded as the vessel's managing owner. And in 1900, Harold Wakeham, also of Liverpool was listed as the vessel's managing owner. The vessel was sold in 1914 to 'P. Agostino' & renamed Sant Antonio, she was sunk by gunfire N. of Cape Bougaroni, Algeria, on Dec. 25, 1917.