Ships hit during WWI

Le Lamentin

NameLe Lamentin
TypeSailing vessel
GRT716 tons
Country  French
BuilderW. H. Potter & Sons, Liverpool
OperatorChargeurs Coloniaux du Havre, Havre
HistoryIron-hulled bark. Built as Quillota.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Le Lamentin

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
126 Feb 1917UC 17 (Ralph Wenninger)SunkCaptured, shelled and sunk 30 miles WSW of Guernsey
49° 40'N, 3° 25'W
St. Marc (Haiti) - Havre

Also named Lamentin which seems to have been her correct name.

Position of attack on Le Lamentin

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