Ships hit during WWI


TypeSailing vessel
GRT2,276 tons
Country  Portuguese
BuilderRussell & Co., Port Glasgow
OperatorTransportes Maritimos do Estado, Lisbon
HistorySteel-hulled, four-masted bark. Built as Strathgryfe.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Graciosa

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
124 Aug 1918U 90 (Helmut Patzig)SunkSunk by gunnery off the NW coast of Scotland
59° 06'N, 5° 00'W
North Shields - Lobito Bay

U 67 was also involved in, and also shelled the big sailing vessel.

Position of attack on Graciosa


1918 (1).

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