|Builder||J. P. Rennoldson & Sons, South Shields|
|Operator||Charles Duncan & Sons Ltd. (Charles William Duncan); Middlesbrough|
|History||Built as a fishing trawler named Sturgeon. Converted into a tug in 1913 and renamed Ida Duncan.|
U-boat attacks on Tug Ida Duncan
|1||31 Jan 1917||UC 32 (Herbert Breyer)||Sunk||Mined 1.5 miles east from the South Gare Breakwater (near Middlesborough) 53°39’N, 01°07’15”W||54° 39'N, 1° 07'W||Middlesborough - Tees Bay||in ballast||6|
Position of attack on Ida Duncan
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