|Builder||Earle’s Shipping & Co. Ltd., Hull|
|History||1891 owned by Davidson & Co, Aberdeen
1915 sold to Société Nouvelle des Pêcheries à Vapeur d’Arcachon, later requisiton by the French Navy|
U-boat attacks on Navy Trawler Naalso
|1||16 Nov 1917||UC 71 (Reinhold Saltzwedel)||Sunk||Mined 8 miles WNW of Ile d’Yeu||46° 49'N, 2° 33'W||0|
|On Nov.15th, 1917, the navy trawler Naalso under Capt. Montozé was escorting the northbound convoy 315 of 25 steamers from St Nazaire and heading for Quiberon in company with 3 more escorts. Around midnight, when about 8 miles NNW of Yeu Lighthouse, she strikes a mine that when detonating heavily damages the ship who sinks in 3 minutes. The 11 crew members will be rescued by trawler Baron Daviliers and landed at Port Breton. (B.de Maisonneuve)
Position of attack on Naalso
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