|Builder||Earle’s SB. & Eng. Co., Ltd., Hull|
|History||Built as New Crown sold to French owners in 1915 and in naval service by the next year.|
U-boat attacks on Navy Trawler Renard
|1||19 Oct 1917||UC 79 (Werner Löwe)||Sunk||Mined 3 miles N60°E of Mentensel (Kereon LH, SE of Ushant)||48° 28'N, 4° 58'W||Patrol||11|
|Mine from barrage 509 laid October 14, 1917. Sank in one minute. Survivors rescued by Torp. Boat 260. Renard was commanded by P.Off Pierre Le Blay|
Position of attack on Renard
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