|Builder||J. E. Marr, West Haven, CT|
|Operator||Socièté d’Armement R. Van Hemelryck et Cie|
|History||Wooden, four-masted schooner that was built as General E.S. Greeley for owners in New Haven, Connecticut. Sold to France end of 1917 and renamed. She was armed with 4 guns.|
U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Montenegro
|1||7 Feb 1918||U 64 (Robert Moraht)||Damaged||39° 06'N, 4° 40'E||Algiers - Marseille||ore and various||1|
|The Montenegro prior to her departure had boarded 12 gunners from a Special Naval Brigade for that crossing to Marseilles. When she was attacked by U 64, she returned a strong fire during 2 hours that decided KL Moraht to finally dive. The vessel was hit by 5 shells and was badly damaged. One week later, she encountered a violent storm and sank.|
Position of attack on Montenegro
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