Ships hit during WWI

Penshurst

NamePenshurst
TypeQ ship
GRT1,191 tons
Country  British
Built1906
BuilderMontrose SB. Co., Montrose
OperatorRoyal Navy
HistoryPeace-time operator: Power SS. Co., Ltd. (J. Power & Co.), London

U-boat attacks on Q ship Penshurst


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
114 Jan 1917UB 37 (Paul Günther)DamagedDamaged by shellfire.
50° 07'N, 1° 47'W


2

UB 37 was sunk with all hands during this action.

230 Mar 1917UB 32 (Max Viebeg)DamagedDamaged by gunnery in the English Channel between Beachy Head and Le Havre



1

319 Aug 1917UC 72 (Ernst Voigt)DamagedTorpedo in the Bay of Biscay
47° 38'N, 8° 19'W


0

424 Dec 1917U 110 (Carl Albrecht Kroll)SunkBristol Channel.
51° 38'N, 5° 48'W


2

Sank over six hours after being torpedoed at 51.31N, 05.33W.

Position of attack on Penshurst

Legend

1917 (3).

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3 map positions found. In some cases the exact positions of losses are not known, those are not shown.


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