Beulah (#15639) (1923-1948+), 232-foot Panamanian copra freighter grounded in fog off the east end of Anacapa Island in 1933. She was able to free herself and continue on to San Francisco.
In the News~
September 22, 1933 [SDET]: “Refloat motorship. Los Angeles, Sept. 22. — The motor ship Beulah, which grounded on the rocks off Anacapa Island at 2:45 a.m. today, was refloated by its own power at 5:30 a.m. and proceeded on its course to San Francisco, the MacKay wireless station here was informed by the vessel's captain. The Beulah, a small ship plying between west coast ports and the South seas, went aground during a dense fog. The vessel left here last night for San Francisco after unloading a cargo of resin from Manzanillo. The Beulahis reported carrying a crew of 20. So far as can be learned there are no passengers aboard.”