Ships hit during WWI

Minas Queen

NameMinas Queen
TypeSailing vessel
GRT492 tons
Country  Canadian
BuilderW.R. & C.A. Huntley, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia
OperatorW. And S. Job & Co., Parrsboro, Nova Scotia
HistoryThree-masted wooden schooner.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Minas Queen

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
126 Aug 1917U 93 (Helmut Gerlach)SunkStopped and and sunk by gunnery 350 miles NW of Cape Finisterre
46° 23'N, 10° 24'W
Tonnay Charenté - New York
in ballast

Position of attack on Minas Queen


1917 (1).

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