Ships hit during WWI

Monte Cristo

NameMonte Cristo
TypeSailing vessel
GRT622 tons
Country  French
BuilderKelley, Spear, & Co., Bath, Maine
OperatorSocièté d’Armement R. Van Hemelryck et Cie, Marseille
HistoryFour-masted, wooden schooner. Or 626 tons. Built as Samuel P Bowers.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Monte Cristo

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
11 Jul 1918U 65 (Hermann von Fischel)SunkTorpedoed in the Gulf of Lyon
41° 56'N, 4° 52'E


Position of attack on Monte Cristo


1918 (1).

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