|Builder||D. & W. Henderson & Co., Glasgow|
|Operator||Oriental Navigation Corp., Montevideo|
|History||Steel-hulled, four-masted bark. Built as Corunna for the Corunna Sailing Ship Co., Ltd. (J. Hardie & Co.), Glasgow. Ran aground on September 1, 1904 at Miramar, near Bahia Blanca. Refloated October 12, 1904. Registered closed sooner thereafter and vessel deleted from Lloyd’s Register. Returned to a seaworthy condition in 1917 and renamed La Epoca with Dodero Hermanos, Montevideo as owner. Ownership transferred to Oriental Navigation Corp., Montevideo sooner before vessel was sunk.|
U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel La Epoca
|1||29 Oct 1917||U 93 (Helmut Gerlach)||Sunk||Stopped and scuttled about 30 miles SW Cordouan||New York - Bordeaux||steel, lubricating oil & general cargo|
|Incorrectly listed in Spindler as being French.|
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