Ships hit during WWI

Notre Dame Du Verger

NameNotre Dame Du Verger
TypeSailing vessel
GRT227 tons
Country  French
BuilderG. Gautier, St. Malo
OperatorLe Harff, St. Servan
HistoryWooden three-masted schooner. Operated as a fishing vessel at Newfoundland until 1914. Formerly owned by P. Lehöerff, Cancale.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Notre Dame Du Verger

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
12 Jan 1917UC 37 (Otto Launburg)SunkScuttled 12 miles N1/4NW of Cape Roca (off Lisbon)



Master Benoit Chevalier. Crew landed at Cascais

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