Ships hit during WWI

Regina Pacis

NameRegina Pacis
TypeSailing vessel
GRT2,228 tons
Country  Italian
BuilderW. Hamilton & Co., Port Glasgow
OperatorFratelli Dufour, Genoa
HistorySteel-hulled, ship-rigged sailing vessel. Built as Barfillan for Ship “Barfillan” Co., Ltd. (Hamilton, Harvey & Co.), Glasgow. Sold in 1909 to Cav. N. Ferretti fu G.B., Naples and renamed Caterina F. In 1916, sold to Fratelli Dufour, Genoa and renamed Regina Pacis.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Regina Pacis

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
112 Aug 1916U 35 (Lothar von Arnauld de la Perière)SunkStop and sunk by gunnery off Antibes at 4:00pm
43° 27'N, 7° 33'E
Genoa - Buenos Ayres
in ballast

Position of attack on Regina Pacis


1916 (1).

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