british Eagle Oil & Shipping Co. Ltd., Eagle Tanker Co. MV San Conrado [+1941]
report an error
nationality british
purpose transport
type tanker
propulsion motor vessel (diesel)
date built 1936
live live
weight (tons) 7982  grt
dimensions 147.52 x 17.98 x 10.3 m
material steel
engine 1 x 8cyl diesel engine, single shaft, 1 screw
power 502  n.h.p.
speed 12  knots
yard no. 42
IMO/Off. no. 164722
call sign
about the loss
cause lost air raid
date lost 01/04/1941  [dd/mm/yyyy]
about people
Blythswood Shipbuilding Co., Scotstoun
engine by
Kincaid John G. & Co., Greenock
Eagle Oil & Shipping Co. Ltd., Eagle Tanker Co., London
about the wreck
depth (m.) 76 max. / 58 min. (m)
orientation 30°
war grave
entered by Allen Tony
entered 21/07/2008
last update Vleggeert Nico
last update 17/09/2013
[1] Lettens Jan21/07/2008
latitudehydro member
longitudehydro member
AIShydro member
mark add position to my marks (+/-5miles)
dist. homeportdist. homeport
position disp.
show neighbour. wrecks members only
more positions
insert new position
  The Wreck today  

Lettens Jan04/04/2013

UK hydro member
ref. used
 UK Hydrographic Office

insert wreck site info
  insert new movie  
copyright: Unknown - onbekend - inconnu
 copyright: Unknown - onbekend - inconnu copyright: UK Hydrographic Office copyright: Unknown - onbekend - inconnu copyright: Unknown - onbekend - inconnu 
 copyright: Unknown - onbekend - inconnu    
insert new picture
  Hydrographic Service UK  
Allen Tony21/07/2008San Conrado MV was a British Motor Tanker of 7,982 tons built in 2936 by Blythswood Shipbuilding Company, Scotstoun, Yard No 42 for the Eagle Oil Company. She was powered by a diesel engine. Engines by J.G.Kincaid. On the 1st April 1941 she was bombed and sunk in an air attack off the Smalls, English coast.
ref. used: 
 Stuart Cameron,
Lettens Jan04/04/2013UK hydro member
ref. used: 
 UK Hydrographic Office

insert new history
  insert new document  
About Owners
Eagle Oil & Shipping Co. Ltd., Eagle Tanker Co., London

Eagle Oil and Shipping Co. was merged into Shell International Petroleum Company in 1959. In 1960 the Eagle funnel colours were replaced by those of Shell Tankers Ltd.
About Builders
 Kincaid John G. & Co., Greenock
Clark Kincaid Co. Greenock, was originaljy John G. Kincaids Co. Ltd. (Marine Engineers)
British Isles
pref. Google
WRECKS: DISABLED zoom out zoom in view full chart
MV San Conrado [+1941]
British Isles
More charts
St Govan's Head to St. David's Head Saint George's Channel Approaches to the Bristol Channel Irish Sea Western Approaches to Saint George's Channel British Isles British Isles Western Approaches British Isles Western Europe North Atlantic Ocean - Northern Part North Atlantic Ocean - Eastern Part The World
  Update statistics  
You may consider access to
search wreck
show prev. names
A-Z search
search chart:
chart catalogue
search owner/builder: