Ships hit during WWI


Sirra in 1914

TypeAuxiliary motor
GRT223 tons
Country  Dutch
BuilderA. Vuijk, Capelle a/d Ysel
OperatorSoetermeer, Fekkes & Co., Rotterdam
HistorySteel-hulled three-masted schooner fitted with an auxiliary motor.

U-boat attacks on Auxiliary motor Sirra

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
120 Jul 1917U 71 (Walter Gude)SunkStopped and shelled 70 miles NE of the north point of the Shetlands

Rotterdam - New York
in ballast

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