Ships hit during WWI

Diana


Photo courtesy of Danish Maritime Museum, Elsinore

NameDiana
TypeSailing vessel
GRT207 tons
Country  Danish
Built1902
BuilderJ. Kofoed, Fakse
OperatorC.W. Clausen, Marstal
HistoryThree-masted wooden schooner.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Diana


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
128 Apr 1917U 93 (Edgar von Spiegel von und zu Peckelsheim)DamagedU 93 attempted to sink vessel 200 miles SW of Fastnet. Diana was, however, towed in to Queenstown, where she was declared a total loss.
49° 40'N, 13° 10'W
New Brunswick - Newport, Mon.
timber
0

Despite the extent of damage, Diana was sold, repaired, and returned to service.

Position of attack on Diana

Legend

1917 (1).

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