|Builder||A. Stephen & Sons, Ltd., Glasgow|
|Operator||Glasgow United Shipping Co., Ltd. (Maclay & McIntyre), Glasgow|
|History||Masunda acquired some fame when she towed the Gilbert Steeves ship Langbank (4,599 grt, built 1895), 650 miles to safety after she lost two of her propellor blades whilst on a voyage from Samarang to U.K.. with a cargo of sugar in 1911.|
U-boat attacks on Steamer Masunda
|1||28 Feb 1916||U 35 (Lothar von Arnauld de la Perière)||Sunk||106 miles SW1/2S of Cape Matapan||34° 54'N, 21° 20'E||Bangkok - London||rice||0|
Position of attack on Masunda
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