Ships hit during WWI

Audax

NameAudax
TypeSteamer
GRT975 tons
Country  British
Built1903
BuilderKoninkl. Mij. de Schelde, Vlissingen
OperatorThe Shipping Controller (L. S. Carr & Co.), London
HistoryBuilt as Haardraade for D/S A/S Haardraade (Blakstad, Holta & Co.), Skien. Sold in 1915 to D/S A/S Audax (C. Homann-Mürer), Fredrikstad and renamed Audax. Came under British control in 1917.

U-boat attacks on Steamer Audax


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
16 Sep 1918UB 80 (Max Viebeg)SunkTorpedoed 6.5 miles ExN of Robin Hood Bay
54° 29'N, 0° 21'W
Rouen - Tyne
in ballast
3

Position of attack on Audax

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1918 (1).

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