Panamanian Motor tanker
|Completed||1925 - Howaldtswerke AG, Kiel|
|Owner||Panama Transport Co (Standard Oil Co), Panama|
|Date of attack||3 Nov 1942||Nationality: Panamanian|
|Fate||Sunk by U-160 (Georg Lassen)|
|Position||12° 16'N, 64° 06'W - Grid ED 8298|
|Complement||48 (0 dead and 48 survivors).|
|Route||Caripito - Trinidad - Guantanamo Bay - New York|
|History||Completed in November 1925 for Baltisch-Amerikanische Petroleum Import GmbH, Danzig. 1935 transferred to Panama Transport Co, Panama. |
|Notes on event|
The Leda was taken in tow, but on 5 November foundered in shallow waters about 30 miles northwest of Trinidad in 11°12N/62°18W.
|On board||We have details of 47 people who were on board.|
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