Ships hit during WWI


TypeAuxiliary motor
GRT1,379 tons
Country  American
BuilderBarclay, Curle & Co., Glasgow
OperatorE. P. Bayles, Mobile
HistoryBuilt as an iron-hulled sailing vessel. Had served as a hulk from 1904 to 1916, when refitted for service as a three-masted schooner with auxiliary motor.

U-boat attacks on Auxiliary motor Carmela

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
127 Jul 1917UC 62 (Max Schmitz)SunkStopped and scuttled 25 miles SW of the Lizard
49° 38'N, 5° 37'W
New York - Le Havre
general cargo

Position of attack on Carmela


1917 (1).

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