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VICE Admiral Robert Plampin, commander of HMS Lowestoffe, which sank at Little Inagua in 1801 after three years under his command.

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The wreck of the HMS Lowstoffe

GREAT Inagua and Little Inagua boast some of the oldest and most enigmatic shipwrecks in The Bahamas, as they sit across the entrance to the Windward Passage.


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