Ships hit during WWI


GRT1,410 tons
Country  Swedish
BuilderRichardson, Duck & Co., Stockton
OperatorJ. Ingmansson, Karlshamn
HistoryIron-hulled. Built as Carib for Anderson, Anderson & Co., Stockton. Sold in 1897 to SS. Ivanhoe Co., Ltd. (Maclay & McIntyre), Glasgow and renamed Ivanhoe. In 1901, Memeler Dampfschiffs A.G. (R. Schneider), Memel bought the vessel and renamed it Germania. Sold in 1904 to Handelsb. Sölvesborg Skeppsvarf (J. Ingmansson), Karlshamn and renamed Otago. J. Ingmansson listed as the owner from 1911.

U-boat attacks on Steamer Otago

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
111 Jun 1915U 19 (Constantin Kolbe)SunkTorpedoed 30 miles ExN1/4N from Coquet Island

Hamsund - Hull

Master: F. Ingmnasson

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