Ships hit during WWI

Stina

NameStina
TypeSteamer
GRT1,136 tons
Country  Swedish
Built1883
BuilderRichardson, Duck & Co., Stockton
OperatorRederi A/B Tertia (Ivar Lignell), Göteborg
HistoryIron-hulled. Built as Iverleith for Gledhill & Dishart, Leith. After going through several British owners, sold to in 1902 to Swedish owners — originally Ångfartygs A/B Ariel (J. Malmberg), Oscarshamn — but there would be others. Also renamed in 1902 to Ariel. Sold to Rederi A/B Tertia in 1918 and renamed Stina.

U-boat attacks on Steamer Stina


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
12 Mar 1918U 22 (Hinrich Hermann Hashagen)SunkStopped and sunk by gunnery and a torpedo 8 miles NxE of the Cairns of Coll, Argyllshire
56.48N, 06.30W
Glasgow - Göteborg
coal
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Master: E. Orvar

Position of attack on Stina

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1918 (1).

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