Ships hit during WWI

Phoebe

NamePhoebe
TypeSteamer
GRT3,956 tons
Country  French
Built1912
BuilderAtel. & Chant. de France, Dunkerque
OperatorCie. Française des Chemins de Fer de Paris-Orleans (Soc. Marit. Aux. de Transports), Algiers
History

U-boat attacks on Steamer Phoebe


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
120 Jan 1917UC 18 (Wilhelm Kiel)DamagedMined off Brest

St. Nazaire - Cardiff
in ballast


215 Aug 1917UC 21 (Werner von Zerboni di Sposetti)SunkTorpedoed 6 miles at 11.15pm S18W of Penmarch
47° 42'N, 4° 25'W
Port Talbot - St. Nazaire
coal
0

Capt. Bocher - Crew rescued by french Navy trawler Taureau and landed at Quiberon the following afternoon

Position of attack on Phoebe

Legend

1917 (1).

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