Ships hit during WWI


GRT1,120 tons
Country  Norwegian
BuilderRotterdam Droogdok Mij., Rotterdam
OperatorA/S Thor O. Hannevigs D/S (T. O. Hannevig & Co.), Christiania
HistoryBuilt for N.V. Mij. ss. Johanna (J. de Poorter), Rotterdam as Johanna. Sold in 1915 to Hannevig Bros., Christiania and renamed Elfi with another slight ownership change the next year.

U-boat attacks on Steamer Elfi

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
13 Mar 1917UC 41 (Kurt Bernis)DamagedMined 7 miles S of St. Abbs Head.
55° 51'N, 1° 57'W
Bergen - London

27 Feb 1918UC 17 (Erich Stephan)SunkTorpedoed about 3 miles SE of Sunderland

Jarrow - Rouen

Position of attack on Elfi


1917 (1).

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