Ships hit during WWI

Dorothy B. Barrett

NameDorothy B. Barrett
TypeSailing vessel
GRT2,088 tons
Country  American
Built1905
BuilderG. G. Deering, Bath, ME
OperatorG. G. Deering, Co., Bath, ME
HistoryFive-masted schooner.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Dorothy B. Barrett


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
114 Aug 1918U 117 (Otto Dröscher)SunkStopped and then sunk by gunfire 6.5 miles off the N.E. End LV
38° 54'N, 74° 34'W
New York - Norfolk
coal
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The wreck is a popular dive site today.

Position of attack on Dorothy B. Barrett

Legend

1918 (1).

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