Canadian Sailing ship
|Completed||1920 - J. McGill Shipbuilding & Transportation Co Ltd, Shelburne NS|
|Owner||Lemuel J. Ritcey, La Have NS|
|Date of attack||29 Jun 1942||Nationality: Canadian|
|Fate||Sunk by U-126 (Ernst Bauer)|
|Position||12.22N, 60.10W - Grid EE 7413|
|Complement||8 (0 dead and 8 survivors).|
|Route||Bridgetown, Barbados - Trinidad|
|Cargo||Empty oil drums|
|History||On 9 May, 1942, the Mona Marie picked up eight survivors from the Mont Louis, which had been sunk by U-162 (Wattenberg) the same day and landed them at Georgetown on 10 May. |
|Notes on event|
At 01.25 hours on 29 Jun, 1942, the schooner Mona Marie was stopped by U-126 with machine-gun fire. She was shelled with all weapons after the crew abandoned ship, but did not sink and was left behind as floating wreck.
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