Ships hit during WWI

Roberto Ivens

NameRoberto Ivens
TypeNavy trawler
GRT281 tons
Country  Portuguese
BuilderCochrane & Sons, Ltd., Selby
OperatorPortuguese Navy
HistoryBuilt as Lord Nunburnholme. Peace-time operator: Sociedade de Pescarias a Vapor, Lda., Porto as Lordello.

U-boat attacks on Navy trawler Roberto Ivens

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
126 Jul 1917UC 54 (Heinrich XXXVII Prinz Reuß zu Köstritz)SunkMined 12 miles south of Cascais
38° 30'N, 9° 24'W


Attribution to UC 54 presumed.

Source of position: Inso, Jaime, "A Marinha Portuguesa na Grande Guerra", "Anais do Club Militar Naval", 67º Ano, Novembro e Dezembro, Lisboa, 1937, p. 1011.

Position of attack on Roberto Ivens


1917 (1).

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