Ships hit during WWI

Kingstonian

NameKingstonian
TypeSteamer
GRT6,564 tons
Country  British
Built1901
BuilderHawthorn, Leslie & Co., Ltd., Newcastle
OperatorF. Leyland & Co., Ltd., Liverpool
History

U-boat attacks on Steamer Kingstonian


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
111 Apr 1918UB 68 (Heino von Heimburg)DamagedBeached in Carloforte Bay where again torpedoed by UB 48 on April 29, 1918 when she became a total loss.
39.20N, 07.10E
Alexandria - Marseille
troops & equipment
1

229 Apr 1918UB 48 (Wolfgang Steinbauer)SunkCarloforte Roadstead

under repair
none
1

Torpedoed while lying aground and under repair after having previously been torpedoed by UB68 on April 11, 1918.

Position of attack on Kingstonian

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1918 (1).

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