Ships hit during WWI


TypeSailing vessel
GRT2,079 tons
Country  Norwegian
BuilderC. Connell & Co., Glasgow
OperatorA/S Vanduara (N. A. Lydersen), Tvedestrand
HistoryIron-hulled, four-mated bark. “Vanduara” is the Roman name for Paisley, a district of Glasgow. The ship was originally registered to J. D. Clink of Greenock before being sold to S. Goldberg & Sons, Swansea in 1894. She was sold to Norwegian interests in 1909.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Vanduara

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
12 May 1917U 58 (Kurt Wippern)SunkStopped and sunk by gunnery SW of Ireland
50° 24'N, 14° 59'W
Savannah-la-Mar, Jamacia - Le Havre
dye wood

Position of attack on Vanduara

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