The Gudrun, a sail schooner laden with, it is believed, a mixed cargo of brandy meal and general hardware (one record states timber), registered in Copenhagen, Denmark, Captian Neilsen.
This vessel, in passage from Copenhagen, Denmark to Reykjavik, Iceland (one record states Ireland), drove ashore derelict in Skeo Geo, Hamera Head, Levaneap, on the north side of the entrance to Dury Voe, Vidlin on either March 2nd or 4th 1874 (The available records are in dispute). Three bodies were found onboard.
Part of the cargo had been salvaged by March 10th, the hull was sold by March 19th for £20, and was later broken up in Vidlin Voe. The salved cargo was also to be sold sometime after March 19th, but no further details are recorded.
"Eleven young men were convicted of looting" from this vessel, according to Sheriff Court records.