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28/06Allen TonyCelerity Fishing Boat[1]
27/06Mathieu FrançoisCoonagh Ss (+1917)[4]
27/06Bob BlarneyA Footnote About Sv Umvoti (Barque)[0]
24/06Jóhannsdóttir Ólafía HerborgI Am Looking For Descendants Of Fishermen Who Have Been On Fishing Boats And Ships At The Southeast Coast Of Iceland From The Years 1900-1920.[0]
23/06Colin FinniganLocation Found Of Mv Troldfos[2]
10/06Christine LayRe Captain Of The Foremast Of Hms Osprey Which Sank Of South Africa[0]
09/06Maxwell SutherlandBarquentine "Frederica"[0]
08/06Else ChristensenAsiatic Prince[0]
06/06Marlena PayneSs Empire Tiger[0]
06/06Black JonathanSs Empire Tiger[1]
03/06Fagerli JoJohan Collet[0]
03/06Levano HervéSs Empire Tiger[1]
01/06Cronje DannyMaria Frederica[0]
26/05Dpaa-Wwii-ResearchUss Osprey (Am 56)[0]
26/05Jan LettensF.V. Gertude De Costa[1]
20/05Allewerelt GilbertSt Abbs 1 June 1940[2]
08/05Allen TonyInformation Wreck Diana Bristol Channel[2]
05/05Gothro PhilFred Mcbrier Shipwreck[1]
29/04Hay GregorShell Brit Wreck[0]
29/04Stephenson GuyResearching Ancestor[0]
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30/06/1921 U-152 [+1921] wreck
U-152 [+1921]On June 30th, 1921, the German submarine U-152, built in 1917 by Reiherstieg Schiffswerfte & Maschinenfabrik A.G. was scuttled off the Isle of Wight.
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30/06/1916 Borgund I SS [+1916] wreck
Borgund I SS [+1916]Borgund 1. Ex County of Durham, Frieda Lehman, Bonanza. on route Cardiff to Rouen with 1,000 tons of coal. Owners- Horgen and Telefson, Christiana, Norway. Built by J. Priestman of Sunderland. Torpedoed in no 1 hatch. Ship sank in five minutes.
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30/06/1917 Château Yquem SS [+1917] wreck
Château Yquem SS [+1917]Chateau Yquem SS was traveling from Dunkirk to Barry in ballast, when torpedoed on the 30th June 1917. She sits upright at 44 metres standing 16 metres proud.Also reported as Chateau Youem SS or Chateau Yeams at position 50°29 15N-02°59 05W (1´=100, WGS84). What a confusion ! We suppose it is Yquem, because this corresponds to a real Chateau in France!
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30/06/1915 UC-2 [+1915] wreck
UC-2 [+1915]On 2 July 1915 the UC-2 was accidentally run down by the coaster COTTINGHAM. The impact tore a 3-foot (0.91 m) opening in the forward part of the pressure hull, and the submarine sank. The COTTINGHAM's master reported the incident and the area was subsequently dragged by Royal Navy vessels, whose lines fouled an underwater obstruction and caused a substantial submerged explosion. On 3 July a diver discovered UC-2 in 8 fathoms (48 ft; 15 m); as well as the damage which had resulted from the impact with the Cottingham, he reported that one of the submarine's mines had been detonated by the drag lines.
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30/06/1929 Ixia SS [+1929] wreck
Ixia SS [+1929]The British cargo ship Ixia SS was wrecked on the Brisons, Cape Cornwall, on June 30th, 1929, while on a voyage from Swansea to Constantinople carrying a cargo of coal.
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30/06/1952 Mahenge SS [+1952] wreck
Mahenge SS [+1952] This wreck was dived by a UK team in summer 2007, stands upright with a slight list to port.  Derricks still intact making it easy to find - she stands 30m proud of the bottom. ID not proven beyond doubt, but 90% certain.
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30/06/1915 Thistlebank SV [+1915] wreck
Thistlebank SV [+1915] SV THISTLEBANK Thistlebank, built by Russell & Co., Port Glasgow in 1891 and owned at the time of her loss by A/S Olivebank (E. Monsen & Co.), Tvedestrand, was a Norwegian 4-masted steel barque of 2.411 tons. 2241 nrt; 283.7 x 43.0 x 24.3. She was the third sistership, originally built for Andrew Weir's Pacific grain trade. On June 30th, 1915, Thistlebank, on a voyage from Bahia Blanca to Queenstown with a cargo of wheat, was sunk by the German submarine U-24 (Rudolf Schneider), 25 miles southwest from Fastnet. There were no casualties. From Norway sources : 1891: Jan.: Levert som THISTLEBANK for Andrew Weir & Co., Glasgow, UK 1914: Juli: Solgt til A/S Olivebank (E. Monsen & Co.), Tvedestrand 1915: 30.06. : Stanset og sprengt av tysk u-båt U-24, 35 kvm. SV av Fastnet, på reise Bahia Blanca – Queenstown f.o. med hvete.
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30/06/1921 UB-122 ? [+1921] wreck
UB-122 ? [+1921] On 24 Nov 1918 UB-122 was surrendered to the Allies. The U-boat was sank off the English East coast on the way to be broken up in 1921.
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30/06/2001 Constant Faith MFV (PD 344) [+2001] wreck
Constant Faith MFV (PD 344) [+2001]Constant Faith MFV (PD 344) capsized and foundered at 0546hrs on the 30th June 2001, about 100 miles NNE of Peterhead.ON the 29th June 2001, Constant Faith MFV left Peterhead in company with her partner vessel Conquest MFV to engage in pair trawling.During the evening as both vessels were steaming NNE the mate noticed that the main temperature engine was riing. He identified the reason for this as being a blocked sea water inlet to the engine cooling system. He closed the seacock and removed the cover plate from the adjacent strum box. He looked inside the strum box and saw a large plastic bag jammed in the valve. He opened the valve removed the bag and water rushed in. He attempted to close the valve but the linkage came away and he was unable to close the valve. Water continued to rush in and the pumps could not keep pace with the water ingress. The crew found it unwise to stay on board and were picked up by the Conquest MFV. Constant Faith MFV sank 3 hrs later.
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30/06/1921 U-135 ? [+1921] wreck
U-135 ? [+1921]On June 30th, 1921, the German steel submarine U-135, built in 1917 by Kaiserliche Werft Kiel was lost. Depending on the source, the submarine was scuttled on the South England coast or ran aground on the East England coast, on her way to the breakers.
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30/06/1690 Anne [+1690] wreck
Anne [+1690]This wreck, believed to be the British warship Anne, was designated after attempts to loot the site in 1974. The Anne, a 70 gun ship-of-the-line launched in 1678 at Chatham, formed an important part of Pepys´ Restoration Navy but was lost after the Battle of Beachy Head in 1690. A brief archaeological survey in 1974 demonstrated that a significant portion of the lower part of the hull survives.
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30/06/1873 Rangitoto SS (+1873) wreck
Rangitoto SS (+1873)Iron steamship Passenger-cargo as built 1865 by J G Laurie, Whiteinch Glasgow for the Panama, New Zealand & Australian Royal Mail Steam Packet Co., London. Taken over in full ownership by McMerkan, Blackwood and Co., Melbourne 1869 and serviced the trans-Tasman run. Wrecked after striking a reef near Cape Jackson New Zealand 30th June 1873
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30/06/1888 Alhambra SS (+1888) wreck
Alhambra SS (+1888) Alhambra; 766 tons; 63.8x8.3x5 m.; Built at Samada/samuda Bros. in 1853. Registered at Sydney. Registration no. 56/1883. On 30 June 1888, Alhambra (Capt. Summerbell) was on voyage from Newcastle with a cargo of moving a derelict, when she was lost after a collision off Newcastle, Nobbys Head.
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30/06/1891 Cleopatra SS (+1891) wreck
Cleopatra SS (+1891)Wrecked at the Straits of Magellan
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30/06/1911 Spokane SS (+1911) wreck
Spokane SS (+1911)Assumed to be Spokane 2036 grt broken up as Admiral Rogers 1948. Seen here wrecked in Seymour Narrows 1911.
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30/06/1914 Rimac SV (+1914) wreck
Rimac SV (+1914) SV RIMAC Built by John Reid & Co. Ltd., Glasgow (#8s); 946 grt, 884 nrt; 210.0 x 35.5 x 18.8 On June 30th, 1914, the Norwegian 4-masted schooner RIMAC, owned by Hansen H. E., Kristiansand, departed Reunion for Noumea in ballast and was never heard from again. The whole crew, 11 hands in total, was lost. From Norway sources : 1892: Mai: Levert som RIMAC for Nicholson & McGill, Liverpool, UK 1910: Febr.: Solgt til H. E. Hansen m.fl., Agerøen/Lillesand 1911: Registrert på H. E. Hansen-Tangen m.fl., Kristiansand 1914: 30.06. : Forlot Reunion for Noumea, Ny Caledonia, i ballast og forsvant med hele besetningen, 11 mann.
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30/06/1915 Lightning HMS (bow) (+1915) wreck
Lightning HMS (bow) (+1915)HMS Lightning, British, ´27-knotter´ class Destroyer Mined in the English Channel. Struck a mine off Kentish Knock Light Vessel and sank. Armament: 1 x 12 lbder 5x6 lbders´s 2 x torpedo tubes.
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30/06/1916 U-10 (+1916) wreck
U-10 (+1916)The German U-boat U-10 (Kapitänleutnant Fritz Stuhr) was lost with all hands (29) in the Gulf of Finland. Since they were not heard of, 30th June 1916 is the estimated date of loss and it is also assumed that U-10 was lost to a mine.
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30/06/1917 Cheerful HMS [+1917] wreck
Cheerful HMS [+1917]On June 30th, 1917, the British destroyer HMS Cheerful was sunk by a mine from the German submarine UC-33 (Martin Schelle), off the Shetland Islands. 40 persons were killed.
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30/06/1917 Germania SS [+1917] wreck
Germania SS [+1917]SS Germania, built by Rotterdam Droogdok Mij., Rotterdam in 1908 and owned at the time of her loss by Rederi A/B Svenska Lloyd, Göteborg, was a Swedish steamer of 1064 tons. On June 30th, 1917, Germania, on a voyage from Göteborg to Hull with general cargo, was sunk by the German submarine UC-33 (Martin Schelle), North Sea, 40 miles east of the Orkneys.
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