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Re: S.V. Iolanda 187 t.
Posted by: Michael Lowrey ()
Date: April 18, 2012 05:20PM

Regio,

Spindler lists the location as "Strait of Bonifacio" and in my notes I have that UC 67's KTB gives the location as 41°25'N, 09°40'E. Vowage was Clgari - France with zinc ore.

You may well be right about the tonnage -- there certainly was a 187 sailing vessel named JOLANDA, which is the spelling and tonnage per Spindler and Lloyd's War Losses. But with small Italian sailing vessels the entries in those sources were at times wrong, with the vessel sunk actually being smaller. Perhaps Oliver will know more.

Best wishes,
Michael

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