|Builder||Harland & Wolff, Belfast|
|Operator||Aug. Leffler & Sons A/B (J. Dannberg), Stockholm|
|History||Tonnage: 2.577 grt, 2.233 nrt, 4.000 dwt.
Dim: 92,02 x 13,7 x 7,65 m.
1883 - 1909: FINGAL, R. Martin & Co., Dublin, Ireland.
1909 - 1915: FINGAL, Chr. Hannevig, Horten, Norway.
1915 - 1916: FINGAL, Transatlantic Motorship Co., Kristiania, Norway.
1915: Two auxiliary diesel engines installed (160 ihp)
1916 - 1917: HUGO HAMILTON, August Loffler & Sons Nya AB, Gothenburg, Sweden|
U-boat attacks on Auxiliary motor Hugo Hamilton
|1||12 Feb 1917||U 81 (Raimund Weisbach)||Sunk||NW of Ireland||55° 39'N, 12° 13'W||Caleta Buena - Göteborg||saltpetre||0|
|Capt. Henrik Henricsson. After U 81 had ordered the crew to abandon ship, capt. Henricsoon climbed back onto this ship to fetch a bunch of flares, (without said flares their life boats would probably never have been discovered). Shelled and sunk, crew was saved 18 hours later by the Norwegian steamer RIO DE LA PLATA which landed them 20/2 at Funchal, Madeira.|
Position of attack on Hugo Hamilton
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