Ships hit during WWI

City Of Winchester

NameCity Of Winchester
TypeSailing vessel
GRT114 tons
Country  British
BuilderGilbert, Hull
OperatorJohn G. Le Gros, Guernsey
HistoryIron-hulled ketch. Built as Cyclops. Originally a sailed trawler but converted to a steam trawler in 1886. In 1900, became a sail cargo vessel.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel City Of Winchester

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
128 Mar 1918U 90 (Walter Remy)SunkStopped and sunk by gunnery 10 miles NWxW of the Hanois LH
49° 28'N, 2° 55'W
St. Malo - Cardiff
in ballast

Position of attack on City Of Winchester


1918 (1).

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