Ships hit during WWI

Saint Chamond

NameSaint Chamond
TypeSteamer
GRT2,866 tons
Country  French
Built1913
BuilderW. Gray & Co., Ltd., West Hartlepool
OperatorSoc. Anon. des Chargeurs de l’Ouest, Nantes
History

U-boat attacks on Steamer Saint Chamond


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
130 Aug 1915UC 5 (Herbert Pustkuchen)DamagedMined 1 mile E of Long Sand LV (barrage 24)

Rouen - Newcastle
in ballast


229 Apr 1918U 60 (Franz Grünert)SunkTorpedoed 14m N of St. Ives Head
50.15N, 05.30W
Glasgow - St. Nazaire
general cargo
0

Captain Maurice LE NAIL - Saint Chamond was fitted with 2 90mm guns. Wreck at 50.14.50N 05.29.54W

Position of attack on Saint Chamond

Legend

1918 (1).

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