Ships hit during WWI

Coquet

NameCoquet
TypeSteamer
GRT4,396 tons
Country  British
Built1904
BuilderSir Raylton Dixon & Co., Ltd., Middlesbrough
OperatorMercantile Steamship Co., Ltd., London
History

U-boat attacks on Steamer Coquet


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
14 Jan 1916U 34 (Claus Rücker)SunkCaptured and sunk with scuttling charges 200 miles E of Malta
35.34N, 18.22E
Torrevieja - Rangoon
salt
17

10 crew taken prisoner by Arabs.

Position of attack on Coquet

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1916 (1).

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