Weeble wooble Hundred Waters, Tom Vek, Miniature Tigers, Glass Towers, Painted Palms
This former Greek steamer once plied the seas with 385 feet of keel and a
50-foot beam. But upon its arrival in Bermuda in 1939, her captain
miscalculated her position because the St. David’s Lighthouse was under a
blackout due to the war. A few hundred feet from shore, it struck the reef. The remains of the Pelinaion are now scattered on the reef.