Ships hit during WWI

Saint Jacques

NameSaint Jacques
TypeSailing vessel
GRT415 tons
Country  French
BuilderA. Buron, St. Malo
OperatorDesmarais Frères Le Havre
HistoryPer Lloyd’s Register, a “wooden three-masted brigantin[e]” — which would more commonly be called a barkentine.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Saint Jacques

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
124 Apr 1917UB 31 (Thomas Bieber)DamagedDamaged by gunnery 15 miles S of Portland Bill. Beached in Portland Roads but refloated.

St. Servan - Cardiff
in ballast

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