Ships hit during WWI

St. Olaf

NameSt. Olaf
TypeSailing vessel
GRT277 tons
Country  British
Built1903
BuilderMcLaughlin, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia
OperatorPugsley Shipping, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia
HistoryWooden schooner, number of masts uncertain.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel St. Olaf


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
119 Aug 1915U 24 (Rudolf Schneider)SunkStoped and sunk 58 miles from Galley Head
50° 33'N, 8° 29'W
Llanelly - Parrsboro, N.S.
in ballast
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Position of attack on St. Olaf

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1915 (1).

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