british New Design No.2 [+1917]
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nationality british
purpose transport
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propulsion sailing ship
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weight (tons) 66  grt
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cause lost
date lost 04/05/1917  [dd/mm/yyyy]
casualties 0
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depth (m.) 83 max. / -- min. (m)
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entered by Lettens Jan
entered 27/08/2008
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last update 05/06/2011
 
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[1] Lettens Jan05/06/2011
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remarksCalculated as '25 mile N x W [348.75°] from UK, South Bishop'.
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Lettens Jan05/06/2011New Design No.2 was a British sailing vessel of 66 tons.

On May 4th, 1917, New Design No.2, on a voyage from Bridgewater to Dublin with a cargo of bricks, was sunk by the German submarine UC-65 (Otto Steinbrinck), 25 miles NxW from South Bishop Light. There were no casualties.
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