Ships hit during WWI


GRT1,410 tons
Country  Swedish
BuilderRichardson, Duck & Co., Stockton
OperatorJ. Ingmansson, Karlshamn
HistoryIron-hulled. Built as Carib for Anderson, Anderson & Co., Stockton. Sold in 1897 to SS. Ivanhoe Co., Ltd. (Maclay & McIntyre), Glasgow and renamed Ivanhoe. In 1901, Memeler Dampfschiffs A.G. (R. Schneider), Memel bought the vessel and renamed it Germania. Sold in 1904 to Handelsb. S├Âlvesborg Skeppsvarf (J. Ingmansson), Karlshamn and renamed Otago. J. Ingmansson listed as the owner from 1911.

U-boat attacks on Steamer Otago

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
111 Jun 1915U 19 (Constantin Kolbe)SunkTorpedoed 30 miles ExN1/4N from Coquet Island

Hamsund - Hull

Master: F. Ingmnasson

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