Ships hit during WWI

Bernisse

NameBernisse
TypeSteamer
GRT951 tons
Country  Dutch
Built1915
BuilderMij. Fijenoord, Rotterdam
OperatorP. A. van Es & Co., Rotterdam
History

U-boat attacks on Steamer Bernisse


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
123 May 1917U 87 (Rudolf Schneider)DamagedStopped and then torpedoed 16 miles S1/2E of Noup Head, Orkney Islands, which failed to sink the vessel. Towed in.
59.41N, 03.08W
Rufisque - Rotterdam
ground nuts


26 Nov 1918SunkMined in Baltic Sea off Oland, later raised and returned to service.

Sundsvall - Amsterdam
wood pulp


Mine probably not laid by U-boat.

Position of attack on Bernisse

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1917 (1).

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