British Steam merchant
|Completed||1935 - William Hamilton & Co Ltd, Port Glasgow|
|Owner||T. & J. Brocklebank Ltd, Liverpool|
|Date of attack||5 Oct 1939||Nationality: British|
|Fate||Damaged by U-32 (Paul Büchel)|
|Position||51° 24'N, 3° 57'W - Grid AM 9865|
|Complement||31 (2 dead and 29 survivors).|
|Route||Belfast (3 Oct) - Newport|
|History||Completed in July 1935|
Broken up at Hong Kong in May 1963.
|Notes on event|
On 5 October 1939 the Marwarri was damaged by a mine, laid on 17 September by U-32 3.5 miles 190° from Scarweather Light Vessel in the Bristol Channel. She was run aground in Mumbles Bay, salvaged the same month and towed to Swansea. Later repaired at Newport and returned to service in February 1941.
|On board||We have details of 2 people who were on board.|
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