Ships hit during WWI

Paquerette

NamePaquerette
TypeSailing vessel
GRT399 tons
Country  French
Built1891
Builderunknown yard in Xiansand
Operatora Morue Française et Sécheries, Fécamp
HistoryWooden barquentine built as Nanna and orginally a bark.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Paquerette


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
12 Apr 1915U 33 (Konrad Gansser)SunkStoped and sunk 18 miles N11°W of Cap d’Antifer
50.20N, 00.16E
Fécamp - Newfoundland
in ballast
0

Halted by gunfire and sunk with a scuttling charge thrown on board after evacuation of her crew. Master: Vedieu.

Position of attack on Paquerette

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1915 (1).

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