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10/09/1631 Vrede (+1631) wreck
VREDE Built in 1619 at Amsterdam. 170 bm; The Dutch pinnace (yacht) VREDE was owned by the Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie. Remained in the East after her second voyage. On September 10th, the captured VREDE (in company of HEUSDEN, AREND, PAREL and KEMPHAAN), was anchored in the Bay of Kochi (Hirado), when typhoon made her cables part. VREDE subsequently was smashed to pieces on the rocks. The other ships also lost their anchor and ran aground, but were not lost. Voyages : (1) 14/09/1619 Texel - 03/06/1620 Bantam (kamer van Amsterdam) (2) 31/07/1620 Jacatra - 04/02/1621 Zeeland (kamer van Amsterdam) (Capt. Jan Willemsz.) (3) 01/10/1621 Texel - 26/05/1622 Pulicat (kamer van Amsterdam) via: Cape Good Hope (4) 16/11/1623 Suratte - 23/12/1623 Gamron via: Hormoez from 18/12/1623 till 19/12/1623 (5) Molukken - 12/09/1626 Batavia (6) 05/11/1626 Batavia - Jambi (7) Jambi - 30/01/1627 Batavia (8) 12/05/1627 Batavia - 07/07/1627 Hirado (9) 23/10/1627 Hirado - 21/12/1627 Batavia via: Taiwan (10) 24/05/1628 Batavia - 08/09/1628 Hirado via: Siam
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10/09/1730 Marlborough (+1730) wreck
Marlborough Rated at 480 tons, 96 crew, 32 guns. Voyages: (1) 1724/5 Madras and Bengal. Capt Richard Micklefield. 4 Feb 1725 - 6 Aug 1726. (2) 1728/9 Bengal. Capt Richard Micklefield. Downs 6 Jan 1729 - burnt in the Thames 10 Sep 1730.
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10/09/1764 Aimable SV (+1764) wreck
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10/09/1832 Horizon (+1832) wreck
Horizon; 366 tons; Registered at United States. Horizon was on voyage from Harbour Grace, Newfoundland, United Kingdom to Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. On the 10th September 1832, Horizon ran aground, off Low Point. Cargo: ballast.
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10/09/1844 Thule (+1844) wreck
Thule; Whaler; Registered at Nantucket. On 10 September 1844, Thule was on voyage from Sydney with a cargo of whaling products, when she was lost off Minneroo Reefs or Bellona or Bampton Shoals, Coral Sea.
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10/09/1846 Isabella (+1846) wreck
ISABELLA; Schooner; Length: 16.9 m.; Owned by R. Gardner; Built at John Eason in 1840. Registered at Hobart. On 10 September 1846, ISABELLA (Capt. Williams) was on voyage from Port Albert to Hobart with a cargo of livestock, when she was lost after running aground.
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10/09/1846 Shark USS (+1846) wreck
On September 10th, 1846, the American schooner USS SHARK (1821) ran aground on an uncharted shoal, while trying to pass the Columbia River Bar and was subsequently washed ahore at the breakers and totally lost. There were no casualties. Notes : 1. Part of her deck with some cannons still attached were carried away into the sea. They were later found, 30 miles south of the Columbia Bar and the place is now named Cannon Beach. 2.Legend goes that a rock was named Shark Rock after this vessel and that the crew of USS SHARK carved their name in it. Exactely the same story is being told for the bark INDUSTRY, aground in the same area in 1865.
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10/09/1849 Thomson (+1849) wreck
Thomson; Cutter 1 Mast; 37 tons; 14x4.4x2.3 m.; Owned by G. Hall, A. Town; Built in 1837. Registered at Port Adelaide. Registration no. 8/1847. On 10 September 1849, Thomson was lost. 20 died.
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10/09/1860 Argo (+1860) wreck
Argo; Argo was on voyage from Boston, Massachusetts, United States to Lingan, Nova Scotia, Canada. On the 10th September 1860, Argo ran aground, off Sable Island. 17 people died.
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10/09/1861 Sovereign Of The Seas (+1861) wreck
Sovereign of the Seas; Cargo; 1227 tons; Built in 1857. Registered at St John, New Brunswick. On 10 September 1861, Sovereign of the Seas (Capt. Cruikshank) was on voyage from Liverpool to Sydney with a cargo of general & immigrants, when she was lost due to a fire off Sydney Harbour, Sydney Cove, Campbell´s Whf.
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10/09/1862 Luconnais (+1862) wreck
hommes et navires tout a péri
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10/09/1862 Revere SV (+1862) wreck
On September 10th, 1862, the wooden schooner REVERE was burned, off Beaufort.
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10/09/1862 Weathergauge SV (+1862) wreck
Weathergauge Navire brûlé près de île de Corvo (Açores) lors de l'expédition du CSS Alabama contre les navires yankees en Atlantique de l'Est Ship burned off Corvo island (Azores) during the CSS Alabama expedition raid against the Yankee ships in the Eastern Atlantic Nave quemada a lo largo de la isla de Corvo (Azores) durante la expedición del CSS Alabama contra los barcos yanquis en el Atlántico oriental Navio queimado ao largo da ilha de Corvo (Açores) durante a expedição do CSS Alabama contra os navios ianques no Atlântico oriental
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10/09/1863 Arkansas PSS (+1863) wreck
PSS Arkansas was a Confederate stern wheel paddle steamer od 233 tons built in 1860 at Pittsburgh, Pa. She was burned on the Arkansas River at Little Rock on the 10th September 1863 as General Frederick Steels's Union forces approached the city.
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10/09/1863 Bracelet PSS (+1863) wreck
PSS Bracelet was a Confederate Cottonclad side wheel paddle steamer of 169 tons built at Louisville in 1857. She was burned by Confederate forces at Little Rock on the 10th September 1863 as General Frederick Steele's Union forces approached the city. She was removed in 1906.
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10/09/1863 Julia Roane PSS (+1863) wreck
PSS Julia Roane was a Confederate stern wheel paddle steamer built in 1859 at California, Pa. She was burned at Little Rock on the 10th September 1863.
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10/09/1863 Little Rock PSS (+1863) wreck
PSS Little Rock was a Confederate stern wheel paddle steamer of 183 tons built in 1858. She was burned by the Confederates at Little Rock on the Arkansas River on the 10th September 1863 as General Frederick Steele's Union army approached the capital.
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10/09/1863 Maori SV (+1863) wreck
MAORI; Ocean Liner; Length: 31.1 m.; Owned by W. Barnes, T. Jenner, D. Rees & T. Scott; Built in 1833. Registered at Melbourne. Registration no. Melbourne 18/1862. On 10 September 1863, MAORI (Capt. Thom) was on voyage from Newcastle to Melbourne with a cargo of coal 400 tons, when she foundered (no known reason).
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10/09/1863 Pontchartrain CSS (+1863) wreck
Pontchartrain CSS (+1863)The CSS PONTCHARTRAIN was originally the LIZZIE SIMMONS, a 454-ton sidewheel paddleboat built at New Albany, Indiana, in 1859. LIZZIE SIMMONS ran services between New Orleans, Louisiana, and the Ouachita Riverand then worked the river between New Orleans and Memphis. The Confederate navy purchased the ship in 1861, converted it into a gunboat and renamed her PONTCHARTRAIN . On September 10th, 1863, CSS PONTCHARTRAIN was lost after she was set on fire to avoid capture and sank at Little Rock.
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10/09/1863 St. Francis No.3 PSS (+1863) wreck
PSS St. Francis No.3 was a Confederate stern wheel cottonclad paddle steamer of 219tons built at Jeffersonville, Indiana. She was burned on the Arkansas River on the 19th September 1863 at Little Rock as General Frederick Steele's Union army approached.
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10/09/1863 Tahlequah PSS (+1863) wreck
PSS Tahlequah was a Confederate side wheel paddle steamer of 92 tons built at Brownsville, Pa. She was burnt by Confederate forces on the 10th September 1863 at Little Rock on the Arkansas River upon the approach of General Steele's Union Army.
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10/09/1864 Florie PSS (+1864) wreck
FLORIE PSS FLORIE was a Confederate iron side-wheel steamer of 349 gross tons, built in 1863 at Glasgow, Scotland that was lost on September 10th, 1864, on the Cape Fear River Bar after running onto a wreck.
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10/09/1869 Golden Fleece SV (+1869) wreck
Golden Fleece SV (+1869)built by C.J. Mare & Co., Blackwall, London | 1857 sold to European & American Steam Shipping Company not renamed, 1860 chartered to Galway Line, 1869 foundered in Penarth Roads.
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10/09/1869 Lurline (+1869) wreck
Lurline; Schooner; 91 tons; 22.6x7.5x2.2 m.; Built in 1846. Registered at Sydney. Registration no. 68/1867. On 10 September 1869, Lurline was lost off Port Stephens.
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10/09/1871 Lone Star (+1871) wreck
Lone Star; Brigantine; 158 tons; 29.3x7.3x3 m.; Owned by Fisher & F; Built in 1864. Registered at Hobart. On 10 September 1871, Lone Star was on voyage from Rockhampton to Hobart in ballast and a crew of 7, when she was lost off Wreck Reef, Coral Sea.
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10/09/1873 Amy (+1873) wreck
Amy; Schooner; 33 tons; Owned by W. D. Moore & W. Hughan; Built at W. Hughan in 1869. Registered at Fremantle. Registration no. 3/1871. On 10 September 1873, Amy was on voyage from Fremantle to Champion Bay with a cargo of sandalwood, when she was lost off Dongara.
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10/09/1873 Prudence [+1873] wreck
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10/09/1874 Balmoral (+1874) wreck
Chargé de figues et raisins de corinthe, à destination de Nantes. Trompé par la brume, il s´échoua au fond de la Baie, en face de la Bernerie. Les marins gagnèrent la terre sur les canots. Lorsque la mer baissa, le navire se vida de son eau par l´échancrure.
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10/09/1875 Maggie Elliot SV [+1875] wreck
Navire construit à Maitland, Ontario (Canada). A donné son nom au rocher sur lequel il s'est perdu aux îles Malouines Ship built in Maitland, Ontario (Canada). Gave her name to the rock on which she was lost in the Falklands Buque construido en Maitland, Ontario (Canadá). Dio su nombre a la roca sobre la que se perdió en las Malvinas Navio construído em Maitland, Ontário (Canadá). Deu seu nome à pedra sobre a qual se perdeu nas Malvinas
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10/09/1876 Industry (+1876) wreck
Industry; Ketch; 19 tons; 14.4x4x1.4 m.; Owned by J. Bell; Built at Jonathan Piper in 1853. Registered at Sydney. Registration no. 34/1858. On 10 September 1876, Industry (Capt. John Williams) was on voyage from Sydney to Hawkesbury River in ballast and a crew of 2, when she was lost in a storm off Broken Bay, Mt Elliot, Lion Island.
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10/09/1877 The Star (+1877) wreck
The Star; 117 tons; Registered at Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. The Star was on voyage from Bay Roberts, Newfoundland, United Kingdom to Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. On the 10th September 1877, The Star ran aground, off Schooner Pond.
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10/09/1880 Medea (+1880) wreck
MEDEA; Barque; Length: 40.2 m.; Owned by Huddart Parker & Co. Pty; Built at Joseph John Tucker in 1858. Registered at Geelong. Registration no. Geelong 2/1874. On 10 September 1880, MEDEA (Capt. W. Bartlett) was on voyage from Geelong to Newcastle with a cargo of flour, sundries and produce, when she was lost.
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10/09/1881 Columbia SS (+1881) wreck
Columbia SS (+1881)Foundered in a gale while bound Chicago for Collingwood, Ont., when her cargo shifted. She went down three miles offshore in 20 fathoms of water. The well-known Capt. Malcolmson and his son were among the lost. Registered out of Montreal and owned by the Collingwood-Chicago Line (J. Fairgreive, prop.). Master: Capt. James B. Malcolmson(d).
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10/09/1881 Imbetiba SS (+1881) wreck
Partit de Rio de Janeiro à destination de Campos. Sous un épais brouillard, s'echoua sur un banc de sable, se libéra, reprit sa route et s'échoua définitivement 1 h plus tard devant la Praia Grande, Cabo Frio. Equipage et passagers regagnèrent le rivage à pied Sailed from Rio de Janeiro to Campos. Under a thick fog, ran aground on a sandbank, freed himself, resumed her journey and finally ran aground 1 h later at the Praia Grande, Cabo Frio. Crew and passengers went to the shore on foot Zarpó de Río de Janeiro a Campos. Bajo una espesa niebla, encalló en un banco de arena, se liberó, reanudó su viaje y varó definitivamente 1 hora más tarde en la Praia Grande, Cabo Frío. La tripulación y los pasajeros llegaron a la orla a pie Zarpou do Rio de Janeiro para Campos. Sob uma névoa espessa, encalhou num banco de areia, libertou-se, retomou a sua jornada e, definitivamente, encalhou 1 h mais tarde na Praia Grande, Cabo Frio. A tripulação e os passageiros chegaram à beiramar a pé
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10/09/1883 Abeona SS [+1883] wreck
SS Abeona. Built 1880; sunk due to collision 10th September 1883 with the Beryl; Type: iron single screw steamer; Builders: 1879, Sir Raylton Dixon & Co. Ltd., Middlesbrough, England; Launched: 1880; Dim: 51.81 x 7.82 x 4.19; Raised Quarter Deck 110 feet; Forecastle 23 feet; Tonnage: 573 tons gross, 457 under deck and 365 net; Propulsion: Screw; Boilers: 1. Engine: Compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 23 1/2 & 42 inches diameter respectively; stroke 30 inches; operating at 80 p.s.i.; 70 horsepower. Machinery: Machinery by Blair & Co Ltd, Stockon-on-Tees; Layout: 1 deck; 2 tiers of beams; 4 cemented bulkheads; double bottom 73 feet; Port of Registry: Middlesbrough; Flag: Kingdom. Owners: E. Harris & Co, Middlesbrough; Crew: 14; Captain: Lindblad, A.; Voyage: Rotterdam to Sunderland; Cargo: Ballast;
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10/09/1884 Solway SS (+1884) wreck
Solway SS was a British cargo steamer of 792 grt that was wrecked on the 10th September 1884 at Cross Island, White Sea when on route from Arkhangelsk for London with a cargo of timber.
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10/09/1885 Oaklands SS (+1885) wreck
While on passage Blyth for Stockholm with a cargo of coal, the SS Oaklands sank after a collision with German warship Blitz when 3 miles N by E of Kobbergrund in the Kattegat.
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10/09/1887 Wasp HMS (+1887) wreck
Wasp HMS (+1887)Foundered after leaving Singapore.
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10/09/1890 Ashdale SS (+1890) wreck
Ashdale Voyage Cardiff to Tralee with Coal & Coke sprung a leak and foundered 17 miles west of Lundy Island.
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10/09/1890 Georg Blohm SV (+1890) wreck
On September 10th, 1890, the German wooden barque GEORG BLOHM, built in 1867 by Evers G. and owned at the time of her loss by J.E.A. Wimmer, was wrecked on the sandbanks of the outer Amazonas river delta.
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10/09/1891 Admiral PSS (+1891) wreck
Built as the ADMIRAL by T. Hepple & Co., North Shields, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Yard No 406; Lloyd´s Register 1890-91; G/tons as built 121; The ADMIRAL was on passage from Grimsby to Swansea when she foundered and was lost 14 miles E of Spurn Head.
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10/09/1891 Harald Haarfager SS (+1891) wreck
Harald Haarfager SS was a Norwegian cargo steamer of 2,084grt that ran aground and was wrecked on the 10th September 1891 when 7 miles NE of Uto when on route from Samarang for Abo with a cargo of sugar in baskets.
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10/09/1894 Vineta [+1894] wreck
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10/09/1895 Xania SS (+1895) wreck
de 4 jaar oude xania voer op 9 sebtember 1895 van Gefle naar Antwerpen met een lading stukgoed waar onder zink erts met 12 bemaning sleden en een loods en twee zoontjes van de kapitein een van de bemanigs leden stond op het voorschip toen het werd over varen door de spaanse stoom schip manila op dit schip was voor de klap veel plezier voor de bemaning van de xania was er weinig te lachen het scheepje zonk direct toen de drenkeling zig in een sloep van de manilla bevonden haden ook geen geluk deze sloeg om en nam de loods twee kindjes van 9 en 7 en de bootsman mee en verdronken even als een rusische hofmeester en machinist er werd een onderzoek gedaan naar het wrak door duikers op last van de rederij van de xania het wrak lag op 16mtr diepte in twee gevaren de weduwe van de kapitein en twee kinderen eisten een schade vergoeding aan de rederij van de manilla de reder en de 6 overlevend vertoken trug naar norwegen op 24 september1895 met het stoom schip Alpha de kapitein nam zijn twee kinder mee in twee lucht dichtezinke kistjes trug naar het noorse kragero
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10/09/1896 Avalon (+1896) wreck
Avalon was a 121 tons wooden schooner, registered at Windsor, Nova Scotia , Canada. She was on voyage from Saint John, New Brunswick , Canada to Sydney, Nova Scotia , Canada, when she ran aground, off Green Island, Cape Sable Island on 10th September 1896.
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10/09/1897 Kelpie SS (+1897) wreck
built at Williamstown Victoria 1868. 1885 rebuilt and fitted with an engine by the Melbourne Coal Shipping Co's Engineering Works. Registered Melbourne late 1885. on88933 Lbd: 58'6" x 10' x 4'. Master-owner Thomas Holyman. 10 September 1897 when bound from Melbourne for Launceston, sprang a plank and foundered within ten minutes, sixty miles out of Port Phillip Heads. Crew escaped in the boat and made Penguin, North coast Tasmania
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10/09/1897 Phasis SV (+1897) wreck
Phasis SV (+1897)SV Phasis abandoned by crew when the vessel ran on Royal Charlotte Shoal when on route from Sourabaya to Manila in ballast.
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10/09/1898 Spring Bird (+1898) wreck
Spring Bird; 92 tons; Wood hull; Registered at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Spring Bird was on voyage from Pugwash, Nova Scotia, Canada to Margaree, Nova Scotia, Canada. On the 10th September 1898, Spring Bird was lost in a storm, off Margaree Harbour.
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10/09/1900 Christophe Colomb SV (+1900) wreck
Navire construit à Honfleur (France) et affecté au commerce triangulaire Le Havre-Angleterre-Haïti. Fit naufrage à la Grosse Caye d'Aquin, Haïti sur le chemin du retour vers la France avec un chargement de bois de Campêche et rhum Vessel built in Honfleur (France) and assigned to the triangular trade Le Havre-England-Haiti. Sank at Grosse Caye d'Aquin, Haiti, on the way back to France with a cargo of logwood and rum Barco construido en Honfleur (Francia) y asignado al comercio triangular Le Havre-Inglaterra-Haití. Se hundió en Grosse Caye d'Aquin, Haití, en el camino de vuelta a Francia con un cargamento de campeche y ron Navio construído em Honfleur (França) e atribuído ao comércio triangular Le Havre-Inglaterra-Haiti. Afundou na Grosse Caye d'Aquin, Haiti, no caminho de volta para a França com uma carga de campeche e rum
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10/09/1900 Gordon Castle SS (+1900) wreck
Sunk in collision with SS Stormarn in Cardigan Bay , Barcelona to Barrow with iron ore.
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10/09/1900 Stormarn SS (+1900) wreck
Sunk in collision with SS Gordon Castle in Cardigan Bay.
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10/09/1903 Ierne SS (+1903) wreck
SS Ierne went missing after sailing from Newport for Dublin with a cargo of coal after the 10th September 1903.
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10/09/1904 Gwynfaen SS [+1904] wreck
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10/09/1904 Union SV (+1904) wreck
En route de Porvenir (Chili) vers Punta Arenas entra en collision avec le vapeur chilien Ultima Esperanza à 5 m.n. de son port se destination et sombra sans faire de victimes Sailing from Porvenir (Chile) to Punta Arenas, collided with the Chilean steamer Ultima Esperanza at 5 n.m. from her destination port and sank without casualties Proveniente de Porvenir (Chile) para Punta Arenas, chocó con el vapor chileno Ultima Esperanza a 5 m.n. de su puerto de destino y se hundió sin bajas Procedente de Porvenir (Chile) para Punta Arenas colidiu com o navio a vapor chilenos Ultima Esperanza a 5 m.n. do seu porto de destino e afundou sem deixar vítimas
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10/09/1907 Gladiator FV (+1907) wreck
Built as TOR BAY (H511) for Hellyer Steam Fishing Co., Hull. On 02/03/1905 vessel sold to Spanish owner renamed GLADIATOR. ON 10/09/1907 the steam trawler GLADIATOR was wrecked after stranding at Corme.
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10/09/1907 Oshima Maru (+1907) wreck
Oshima Maru ran aground and was wrecked at Izuma Rock, Quelpart Island on the 10th September 1907. She was owned by Kwo-Un KK., Japan.
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10/09/1909 Bien SV (+1909) wreck
SV BIEN Built at Sandefjord; 200 grt, 186 nrt, 244 dwt.; 100.3 x 25.5 x 12.1 On September 10th, 1909, the Norwegian brig SV BIEN, owned at the time of her loss by Andersen A., Sandefjord, was on a voyage from Brevik to Chatham with ice, when she was wrecked, off Mouse Sand, Thames Estuary. From Norway sources : 1869: Levert som BIEN for Jørg. Hotvedt m.fl., Sandefjord 1880: Solgt til A. Knutsen Sem m.fl., Sandefjord 1886: Solgt til A. C. Larsen m.fl., Sandefjord 1894: Solgt til Jørgen Andersen m.fl., Sandefjord 1902: Solgt til Rederiselskapet Biens Rederi (A. Andersen), Sandefjord 1909: 10.09 .: Grunnstøtte på Mouse Sand i Themsen-munningen på reise Brevik – Chatham med is.
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10/09/1911 Carl SV (+1911) wreck
On September 10th, 1911, the Swedish wooden brigantine CARL, on voyage from Hadersleben to Sundswall in ballast, foundered off Gotland.
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10/09/1911 Frans SV (+1911) wreck
On September 10th, 1911, the Swedish wooden barque FRANS, on voyage to Wismar with a cargo of timber, was abandoned, near Gotland, Baltic.
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10/09/1911 Ramona SS (+1911) wreck
SS RAMONA Tonnage 1,061, Dimensions (feet): 195 x 32 x 15.7, IHP 90, Call Sign: KRWP; Built in 1902 at Alameda CA, Master M J Taaffe of Seattle; Owner from New York. The 1,061 ton wooden passenger steamer Ramona ran aground and was lost in Christian Sound Sunday on September 10th, 1911. The vessel was travelling from Hunter Bay to Seattle with 23 passengers and 52 crew on board. Ramoba was carrying 405 tons of salmon and general cargo, valued at $165,000. The conditions at the time of the wreck were light wind, swell, foggy and at night. The Ramona ran aground on an unknown reef off Middle Spanish Island, Christian Sound, Alaska. The passengers and crew were saved by the steamers Grand, Northwestern and Delhi. 75% of the cargo was salvaged, but the Ramona was a total loss.
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10/09/1911 Vega SV (+1911) wreck
On September 10th, 1911, the Swedish wooden schooner VEGA, on voyage from Hudiksvall to Rostock with a cargo of wood, was wrecked at Skenkyrehehuk.
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10/09/1914 Gamma SV (+1914) wreck
SV GAMMA Built by Cox, Bideford, som bark; 595 grt, 534 nrt; 151.8 x 29.5 x 18.9 On September 10th, 1914, the Norwegian schooner SV GAMMA, owned at the time of her loss by Jacobsen J. - later Jacobsen Brødrene, Fredrikstad, was on a voyage from Nesøya to London with ice, when she was wrecked at Vlieland, Dutch coast. 3 persons were lost. From Norway sources : 1865: Levert som GAMMA for Bath & Co., Swansea, UK 1875: Solgt til Swansea Merchamt Shipowners Co., Swansea, UK 1887: Solgt til H. Grorud m.fl., Fredrikstad 1890: Overført til A/S Gamma (H. Grorud), Fredrikstad 1901: Solgt til A/S Barkskib Gamma (Olaf Berg), Fredrikstad 1905: Solgt til A/S Skonnertskib Gamma (Brødrene Jacobsen), Fredrikstad. Rigget om til skonnertskip. 1914: 10.09. : Grunnstøtte på den hollandske kysten på reise Nesøya – London med is. 3 mann omkom.
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10/09/1914 Hawnby SS (+1914) wreck
Hawnby SS (+1914)On September 10th, 1914, the British steel cargo HAWNBY, built in 1895 by Ropner & Sons Ltd. and owned at the time of her loss by Sir R. Ropner & Co. Ltd., on voyage from Hull to Archangel with coal, was wrecked at Johnshaven, near Montrose.
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10/09/1914 Indus SS (+1914) wreck
Indus SS was a British Passenger/Cargo Vessel of 3,413 tons built in 2904 by Charles Connell & Company, Scotstoun, Yard No 285 for James Nourse Ltd. Steam Engines were by David Rowan, Glasgow. On the 10th September 1914 when 240 miles SE by E from Madras she was captured by German Light Cruiser SMS Emden and scuttled by gunfire.
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10/09/1914 Oxford FV (GY233) (+1914) wreck
FV Oxford (GY233) went missing after the 10th September 1914.
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10/09/1915 Boy Ernie FV (LT 282) (+1915) wreck
On September 10th, 1915, the British fishing vessel Boy Ernie was sunk by the German submarine UB-2 (Werner Fürbringer), 58 miles east of Cromer. There were no casualties
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10/09/1915 Glentow SS (Glenbow) (+1915) wreck
Glentow SS (Glenbow) (+1915)On September 10th, 1915, the Irish steel cargo GLENTOW, built in 1895 by Mcarthur J. & Co. and owned at the time of her loss by H. M. Mcgildowney was on voyage from Larne to Ballycastle in ballast, when she ran aground in heavy weather, 0.5 mile west from Fair Head, co. Antrim. Note : some sources refer to GLENBOW.
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10/09/1915 Hiawatha SV (+1915) wreck
Hiawatha; 98 tons; 95.2x25x10 ft.; Wood hull; Built at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia , Canada in 1906. Registered at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada. Registration no. 121857. On the 10th September 1915, Hiawatha was lost due to a fire, off Halifax Harbour. 3 people died.
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10/09/1915 Lota SV (+1915) wreck
Lota SV (+1915) SV LOTA Built by Robt. Thompson & Sons, Sunderland (#171); 1383 grt, 1285 nrt; 232.0 x 37.0 x 21.6; 2x DM engines in 1915 On September 10th, 1915, the Norwegian barque SV LOTA, owned at the time of her loss by Hannevig, Chr., Horten, was on a voyage from Philadelphia Pa to Marseille with a cargo of petroleum, when she was wrecked, off Sable Island. From Norway sources : 1891: Aug.: Levert som LOTA for Turner, Edwards & Co., Bristol, UK 1912: April: Solgt til Chr. Hannevig, Horten 1915: April: Overført til Transatlantic Motor Ship Co. (Chr. Hannevig, Horten), Kristiania 1915: 10.09. : Grunnstøtte på Sable Island på reise Philadelphia PA – Marseille med petroleum.
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10/09/1915 Nimrod FV [+1915] wreck
Nimrod, built by Chambers & Colby, Oulton Broad in 1892 and owned at the time of her loss by W.H. Podd, Lowestoft, was a British fishing vessel (smack) of 51 tons. On September 10th, 1915, Nimrod was sunk by the German submarine UB-16 (Hans Valentiner), 45 miles ExS of Lowestoft. There were no casualties.
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10/09/1915 Præsto SV (Presto) (+1915) wreck
Presto, built by J. Rogerson, Sunderland in 1850 and owned at the time of her loss by Hans Hansen, Stathelle/Brevik, was a Norwegian sailing vessel of 206 tons. On September 10th, 1915, Presto, on voyage from Moss to the Tyne with a cargo of pit props, was sunk by the German submarine U-6 (Reinhold Lepsius), 55 miles off Lindesnaes. There were no casualties.
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10/09/1915 Presto SV (+1915) wreck
SV Presto was stopped and scuttled by German submarine U-6 (Reinhold Lepsius) when 55 miles off Lindesnaes on the 10th September 1915 when on route from Moss for the Tyne with a cargo of pit props.
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10/09/1916 Elli (+1916) wreck
Elli (+1916)Elli, built by Fratelli Schiavoni, Fiume in 1879 and owned at the time of her loss by D. Stuis, Syra, was a Greek wooden barque of 631 tons. On September 10th, 1916, Elli, on a voyage from Cyprus to Marseille with a cargo of locust beans, was sunk by the German submarine U-34 (Claus Rücker), south of Sardinia.
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10/09/1916 Furu SS (+1916) wreck
Furu SS (+1916) SS FURU Furu SS was a Norwegian Cargo Steamer of 2,028 tons built in 1914 by Campbeltown Shipbuilding Co, Yard No 61 for N.V. Stoomvaart Maatschappij Triton (Ruys), Rotterdam as the VLIELAND. 1299 nrt, 3200 dwt. 282.2 x 40.1 x 19.2; triple expansion engine (Hutson & Sons, Ltd., Glasgow), 174 nhp In 1914 she was renamed JOSEF FREDRIK and in 1915 she was renamed FURU and owned by Rederiet Odfjell A/S - Fr. & Abr. Odfjell, Bergen, On the 10th September 1916 she was sunk by German submarine UB-18 when 55 miles South from Bishop Rock, Cornwall while en route from Newport Mon. to Philippeville, Algiers with coal brickets. From Norway sources : 1900: Levert som VLIELAND for SN Triton (William Ruys & Zoonen), Rotterdam, NL 1914: 20.03.: Solgt til A/S Josef Fredrik (Gullik Jensen jr.), Tønsberg. Omdøpt JOSEF FREDRIK 1915: 11.06.: Solgt til D/S A/S Furu (A/S Rederiet Odfjell – Fr. & Abr. Odfjell), Bergen Omdøpt FURU 1916: 10.09. : Stanset og sprengt av tysk ubåt UB-18 på reise Newport Mon. – Philippeville, Algerie, med kullbriketter.
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10/09/1916 Lexie SS (+1916) wreck
SS Lexie, built by Bartram & Sons, Sunderland in 1911 and owned at the time of her loss by A. Laming & Co., London, was a British steamer of 3778 tons. On September 10th, 1916, Lexie, on a voyage from Karachi to Barry with a cargo of wheat, was sunk by the German submarine UB-39 (Werner Fürbringer), 42 miles southwest from Ushant (Ouessant). There were no casualties.
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10/09/1916 Lindborg SS (+1916) wreck
SS LINDBORG SS Lindborg, built by Kockums Mekaniske Verksted, Malmö in 1890 and owned at the time of her loss by J. Ringen, Haugesund, was a Norwegian steamer of 400 tons. 199 nrt; 139.9 x 25.4 x 11.1; 2-cyl. compound engine (Kockum), 43 nhp; On September 10th, 1916, Lindborg, on a voyage from Rotterdam to London with general cargo, was scuttled by the German submarine UB-6 (Karsten von Heydebreck), 9 miles northwest from the Maas lightvessel. There were no casualties. From Norway sources : 1890: Levert som ERMELAND for Deutsche Küsten Dampschiff. AG, Hamburg, Tyskl. 1893: Solgt til A. Hedman, Nicolaistadt (=Wasa), Finland/Russisk flagg 1894: Omdøpt FREJ 1897: Solgt til Wasa Nordsjö Ångbåt Ab (Axel Schauman), Wasa, Finland/Russisk flagg 1907: Solgt til Ångf. AB Alvar (G. Lindgren), Stockholm, Sv. Omdøpt SJÖALV 1911: Solgt til Mikal Lindøe m.fl., Haugesund. Omdøpt SJØALV 1915: Solgt til D/S A/S Lindborg (Jacob Ringen), Haugesund 1915: Juni: Omdøpt LINDBORG 1916: 10.09. : Stanset og sprengt av tysk ubåt UB-6 NV Maas fyrskip, på reise Rotterdam – London med stykkgods.
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10/09/1916 Maréchal De Villars SV (+1916) wreck
Marechal De Villars, built by Ateliers et Chantiers de la Loire, Nantes in 1899 and owned at the time of her loss by Soc. Générale d'Armement, Nantes, was a French barque of 1908 tons. On September 10th, 1916, Marechal De Villars, on a voyage from Seattle to Ipswitch with a cargo of grain, was sunk by the German submarine UB-18 (Otto Steinbrinck), off the Scillys.
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10/09/1916 Polynesia SS (+1916) wreck
Polynesia SS (+1916) SS POLYNESIA SS Polynesia, built by Richardson, Duck & Co., Stockton in 1895 and owned at the time of her loss by Antarctic Whaling Co. A/S (Bugge & Olsen), Larvik, was a Norwegian steamer of 4064 tons. 2503 nrt; 363.0 x 45.5 x 27.2; triple expansion engine (Blair & Co. Ltd., Stockton), 312 nhp On September 10th, 1916, Polynesia, on a voyage from New York to London with a cargo of drummed parafin and gasoil, was sunk by the German submarine UB-18 (Otto Steinbrinck), northwest of Ushant (Ouessant). There were no casualties. Built by Richardson, Duck & Co., Stockton (#445); 4046 grt, From Norway sources : 1895: Febr.: Levert som TOKIO for T. Wilson, Sons & Co. Ltd., Hull, UK 1912: Solgt til The Antarctic Whaling Co. A/S (Bugge & Olsen), Larvik. Omdøpt POLYNESIA 1916: 10.09. : Stanset og sprengt av tysk ubåt UB-18 på reise New York – London med parafin og gassolje på fat
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10/09/1916 Reverto FV (GY104) (+1916) wreck
Reverto FV (GY104) (+1916) Built in 1904 for George F. Sleights, Grimsby as REVERTO (GY13); In 1906 registration number was changed to GY104 because 13 was considered unlucky. The REVERTO sailed from Grimsby for North Sea grounds on 18th Sept 1916 and was never heard from or seen again. 18/09/1916 REVERTO GY 104 S.T. Missing since 18/09/1916
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10/09/1916 Spiridon (+1916) wreck
Spiridon was a Greek sailing vessel of 562 tons. On September 10th, 1916, Spiridon was sunk by the German submarine U-34 (Claus Rücker), South of Sardinia.
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10/09/1916 Ville D'Oran SS (+1916) wreck
Built as ISLANDER for Islander S.S. Co Ltd (Whitwill), Bristol; In 1901 owned by M. Marinovic and renamed SIPAN; In 1912 owned by C. Martinolich & Son and renamed FLINK; In 1913 owned by Scotto, Ambrosino & Pugliese and renamed VILLE D´ORAN; Vessel foundered after detonating a German laid mine. The VILLE D´ORAN was on passage from North Shields to Dunkirk, with a cargo of coal, when she struck a mine and sunk 4 miles ESE of Scarborough.
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10/09/1917 Ebba SV (+1917) wreck
On September 10th, 1917, the Danish steel schooner EBBA, on voyage from Kragerö to Aalborg with a cargo of ice, foundered between Scaw and Laesö.
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10/09/1917 Eburoon SS (+1917) wreck
On September 10th, 1917, the Belgian steel cargo ship EBUROON, on voyage from New York to Rotterdam with general cargo, was wrecked in Portugal Cove, Trepassey Bay, near Cape Race, Nfl.
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10/09/1917 Foster SV (+1917) wreck
On September 10th, 1917, the American wooden schooner-barge FOSTER, on voyage from Norfolk to Fall River with a cargo of coal, foundered off Absecon.
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10/09/1917 George Ewart FV (+1917) wreck
On September 10th, 1917, the wooden schooner GEORGE EWART, on voyage from Rencontre (N.F.) to Gibraltar with a cargo of codfish, sank after a collision, 10 miles north of Tarifa.
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10/09/1917 Jane Williamson [+1917] wreck
Jane Williamson, built by H & J Williamson, Whitehaven in 1870 and owned at the time of her loss by R. Kearon, Belfast, was a British wooden brigantine of 197 tons. On September 10th, 1917, Jane Williamson, on a voyage from Liverpool to Cherbourg with a cargo of coal, was sunk by gunfire by the German submarine UC-51 (Hans Galster), 20 miles NNE from St. Ives. In an act of barbarism, Hans Glaster started to shell one of the lifeboats as well. 4 persons were lost on that boat, including the captain.
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10/09/1917 Loch Ard HMT (LW-133) [+1917] wreck
Loch Ard, built by J. Duthie Torry Shipbuilding Co., Aberdeen in 1912 and operated at the time of her loss by Royal Navy, was a British navy trawler of 225 tons. On September 10th, 1917, Loch Ard was sunk by a mine from the German submarine UC-14 (Helmut Lorenz), off Lowestoft. 5 persons were lost.
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10/09/1917 Mary Orr [+1917] wreck
Mary Orr, built by Charles Connell & Co., Scotstoun in 1868 and owned at the time of her loss by Marwood & Co., Glasgow, was a British sailing vessel of 91 tons. On September 10th, 1917, Mary Orr, on a voyage from Runcorn to Dieppe with a cargo of coal, was sunk by the German submarine UC-51 (Hans Galster), 8 miles NxE of Pendeen lighthouse. The crew was towed by the submarine to join the other lifeboat from Water Lily.
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10/09/1917 Mary Seymour (+1917) wreck
Mary Seymour, built by Tredwen, Padstow in 1865 and owned at the time of her loss by B. M. Harvey, Plymouth, was a British sailing vessel of 150 tons. On September 10th, 1917, Mary Seymour, on a voyage from Ellesmere Port to Cherbourg with a cargo of coal, was sunk by the German submarine UC-51 (Hans Galster), 7 miles NNE from Pendeen lighthouse. There were no casualties.
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10/09/1917 Moss Rose SV (+1917) wreck
Moss Rose, built by Barr & Shearer, Ardrossan in 1888 and owned at the time of her loss by T. Coppack, Chester, was a British wooden 3-maste schooner of 161 tons. On September 10th, 1917, Moss Rose, on a voyage from Ellesmere Port to Cherbourg with a cargo of coal, was sunk by the German submarine UC-51 (Hans Galster), 7 miles NNE of the Pendeen lighthouse. There were no casualties.
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10/09/1917 Parkmill SS (+1917) wreck
SS Parkmill, built by Clyde Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Port Glasgow in 1909 and owned at the time of her loss by L. Guéret, Ltd., London (Cardiff), was a British steamer of 1316 tons. On September 10th, 1917, Parkmill, on a voyage from Tyne to Harstad with a cargo of coal, was sunk by the German submarine UC-40 (Hermann Menzel), 1.25 miles SxE from the Kirkabister lighthouse, Bressay. There were no casualties.
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10/09/1917 Sims (Vims?) (+1917) wreck
On September 10th, 1917, Sims, a Russian tug, was sunk by a mine from the German submarine UC-58 (Karl Vesper), on barrage 684, northwest of Worms Island.
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10/09/1917 UC-42 [+1917] wreck
UC-42 [+1917]UC-42; Cmdr. H A Muller , I Flotilla . Sunk by own mine off South of Ireland, 10 September 1917. She was lost with all hands, 27 in total.
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10/09/1917 Vikholmen SS [+1917] wreck
Vikholmen SS [+1917]SS Vikholmen, built by Arnhemsche Stoomsleephelling Mij., Arnhem in 1916 and owned at the time of her loss by Harald Hansen, Skien, was a Norwegian steamer of 494 tons. On September 10th, 1917, Vikholmen, on a voyage from Cardiff to St. Malo with a cargo of coal, was sunk by the German submarine UC-71 (Reinhold Saltzwedel), southeast of the Isle of Wight. 8 persons were lost.
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10/09/1917 Water Lily SV [+1917] wreck
On September 10th, 1917, Water Lily, a British wooden schooner of 111 tons, was en route from Runcorn to Cherbourg, when she was stopped and scuttled by the German submarine UC-51 (Hans Galster), 8 miles NxE from the Pendeen lighthouse.
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10/09/1918 Berwind SS (+1918) wreck
On September 10th, 1918, the French steel steamer BERWIND foundered off Barbados.
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10/09/1918 Nimrod [+1918] wreck
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10/09/1918 UB-83 (+1918) wreck
UB-83 (+1918)UB-83; Cmdr. Buntebardt, III Flotilla . Sunk in the North Sea by depth charges from HMS Ophelia, 10th September 1918.
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10/09/1919 Unyu Maru No.3 (+1919) wreck
On September 10th, 1919, the Japanese wooden ship UNYU MARU NO.3 foundered.
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10/09/1920 Southern Cross SS (+1920) wreck
Southern Cross. Barquentine, 256 tons. Built 1891 as a steam yacht. Captain Hodgman. Disappeared, possibly lost on King Island, perhaps near Reid Rocks, 1920 . Left Williamstown with a crew of 10 and 1000 cases of benzine for Hobart on 10 September 1920. Nothing more was heard of her until 23 September when wreckage was found on the coast north of Grassy River, King Island, and later identified as being from the barquentine., which appeared to have caught fire and foundered. Aircraft, and the steamers Melbourne, Koomeela, and Wybia, and HMAS Platypus and HMAS Swordsman searched Bass Strait. One aircraft went missing without trace, possibly near Flinders island, eastern Bass Strait. No trace of the Southern Cross having been found. She disappeared soon after the schooner Amelia J also disappeared, possibly in Bass Strait.
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10/09/1920 War Fundy SS (+1920) wreck
War Fundy SS (+1920)On September 7th, 1920, the French wooden cargo S/S WAR FUNDY, owned by Cie. Anon. des Cargos Français, Rouen, on a voyage from Blyth to Gävle with 1.497 tons of coal, went ashore in fog, off Grundkallen. Her crew of 32 were saved by the steamer Neptunus. On the 10th, in heavy weather, the ship slipped of the reef and foundered in 25 metres deep water, South of Grundkallen lighthouse.
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10/09/1926 Jose Villallonga SS (+1926) wreck
Jose Villallonga SS was a Spanish cargo steamer of 2,099grt which ran aground and was wrecked at Cabo de Lata near Cabo Mayor, near Santander, Spain on the 10th September 1926 when on route from San Esteban de Oravia for Bilbao with a cargo of coal.
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10/09/1929 Orleans SV (+1929) wreck
Orleans; 618 tons; Registered at Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, Canada. Registration no. 154746. On the 10th September 1929, Orleans ran aground, off Split Rock, Minas Basin, Bay of Fundy.
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10/09/1932 Watford SS (+1932) wreck
Watford SS (+1932)Wrecked Cape Percy, N.S. on voyage Montreal to Sydney. Most of the wreck has been cut up over the years.
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10/09/1933 Topgallant (+1933) wreck
Topgallant; Ketch; On 10 September 1933, Topgallant was lost due to a fire off Bunbury.
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10/09/1937 Teetpookana (+1937) wreck
Teetpookana; Yacht; Owned by L. R. Pearson; On 10 September 1937, Teetpookana (L. R. Pearson) was on voyage from Hobart to Darwin with a crew of 5, when she was wrecked off Seal Rocks.
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10/09/1939 Goodwood SS [+1939] wreck
Goodwood SS [+1939]Built for William France, Fenwick & Co. Ltd., London, at a cost of £56,000; Yard No 343; Launch Date 07/071937; The GOODWOOD was reckoned to be the best collier on the east coast run at the time; Vessel hit a mine laid by U-15; 1 life lost; A report that the U-Boat responsible for the sinking of the GOODWOOD was subsequently sunk by an escort vessel and salvaged by the Royal Navy, who recovered papers which were to prove highly significant to the allied forces.
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10/09/1939 Magdapur SS [+1939] wreck
Magdapur SS [+1939]Magdapur SS was a British steam freighter built in 1920 - Lithgows Ltd, Port Glasgow - and shortened in 1935. She was owned by Thomas & John Brocklebank Ltd, Liverpool. She was on route from South Shields to Southampton in ballast when she was torpedoed by U-13. 6 crew lost, 75 survivors. Technical General cargo vessel; two steam turbines double reduction geared to single screw; 1,147 nhp; two double ended & two single ended boilers, 24 corrugated furnaces engine by D. Rowan & Co Ltd, Glasgow turbines by Parsons Marine Steam Turbines Co Ltd, Newcastle; 8,641 GRT - 13,000 DWT; 493´5" x 64´ x 30´4"; service speed 13.5 knots; two decks, 3rd deck in No 1 hold - 8 cemented bulkheads fitted with direction finder & echo sounding device, cellular double bottom 396 feet Code letters GDXZ Official Number 143719 Port of registry Liverpool.
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10/09/1939 Oxley HMS (+1939) wreck
Oxley HMS (+1939)This submarine was not only the first RN warship to be lost in the war which had begun only a week before, but was a victim of ´friendly fire´. She had strayed into the patrol area, in the Norwegian Sea, off Obrestad, of another RN submarine, Triton, which was travelling on the surface. Triton challenged the submarine she had sighted three times, the first two were by signal lamp, but no signal was returned, and she accordingly attacked. There were only two survivors. Blame lay with the lookouts and the Officer of the Watch on Oxley who didn´t call their Co to the bridge until the third challenge was seen. This was a rifle grenade, but it was too late and nothing could be done. The CO of Triton was cleared of any blame.
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10/09/1940 Benarty SS (+1940) wreck
Benarty SS (+1940)Banarty SS was a British Passenger/Cargo Vessel of 5,800 tons built in 1926 by Charles Connell & Company, Scotstoun, Yard No 405 for The Ben Line Steamers Ltd, Leith. She was powered by a Quadruple expansion steam reciprocating engine, 3000 ihp, giving 12.5 knots. Engines by D Rowan & Co Ltd, Glasgow. On the 10th September 1940 she was captured by the German Commerce Raider ATLANTIS (RAIDER 16, formerly Hansa Line´s GOLDENFELS of 1937) in the Indian Ocean off Mauritius, while on a voyage Rangoon to Durban and the UK with a mixed cargo of lead, zinc and wolfram. She had betrayed her position to the raider when she relayed distress signals from a British tanker, ATHELKING, the previous day. BENARTY was later intercepted by ATLANTIS´ Heinkel seaplane which bombed and strafed with machine gun fire as she tried to escape, enabling the raider to approach and bring her to a halt with 5.9in gunfire. Following capture, fragments of paper found in her wrecked radio room made it possible for the Germans to read part of the new British Merchant Navy code, newly introduced following the capture (also by ATLANTIS) of the British ship CITY OF BAGHDAD two months previously. BENARTY was later sunk by explosive charges after the crew had abandoned ship.
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10/09/1940 Eli MV [+1940] wreck
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10/09/1941 Alessandro Malaspina RM (MA) (+1941) wreck
Alessandro Malaspina RM (MA) (+1941)The fate of the Malaspina remained uncertain for several decades until, in March 2004, Dr. Axel Niestlc and Eric Zimmerman published a report crediting the loss of this submarine to an attack by a Sunderland. Part of this report reads: ?In some post-war publications the destruction of Malaspina is attributed to the attack of the destroyer HMS Vimy on 21 September 1941 while escorting convoy HG 73 enroute from Gibraltar to Liverpool. However this attack was actually directed against the Italian submarine Luigi Torelli, which suffered serious damage in the action, forcing the boat to return to base. Likewise, Malaspina was credited by the German U-boat Command and Betasom Command with a successful attack against convoy HG-73 in position BE 7648 (44.09N / 21.45W) on 24 September 1941. However, this credit was based entirely on the observation of a German reconnaissance aircraft of KG 40, which had sighted a convoy in the above given position and then noted two sinking steamers and another on fire at 1410 and 1425 hours. As there were no reported successes by either German or Italian submarines it was decided that the Malaspina must have been responsible. This decision was made despite the fact that there had been no signal from the boat made since her departure from Bordeaux and that also signals sent to her had gone unheeded. Moreover, there is no report of any Allied ships being lost or damaged in this area on that date. Based on the foregoing information it is proposed to amend the loss of the Italian submarine Alessandro Malaspina in the way that it was sunk on 10 September 1941 by depth charges from Sunderland U (serial # W3986) of 10 Squadron RAAF, piloted by Flight Lieutenant Athol Galway Hope Wearne, in position 46.23N / 11,22W.
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10/09/1941 Empire Hudson SS (+1941) wreck
CATAPULT ARMED MERCHANTMEN (CAM-Ships)Ordinary merchant ships fitted with a rocket driven catapult on the forecastle. They carried one Mk1(a) Hurricane with minimum modifications and flown by volunteer RAF pilots, were known as Sea Hurricanes, ‘Catafighters’ or ‘Hurricats’. Quickly put into service in 1941 before the first escort carriers appeared with the aim of driving off or shooting down German bombers and reconnaissance aircraft, particularly Focke Wulf Condors. Once flown off the pilot usually had to ditch and hope to be picked up, or make for the nearest friendly shore. The first ships were requisitioned for Naval Service as Auxiliary Fighter Catapult Ships and sailed under the White Ensign. Later CAM-ships were merchantmen.
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10/09/1941 Harry K. Fooks (+1941) wreck
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10/09/1941 Julius Hugo Stinnes 27 SS (+1941) wreck
The German steamship Julius Hugo Stinnes was mined and sunk off Kolberg.
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10/09/1941 Mariann SS (+1941) wreck
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10/09/1941 Marken MV (+1941) wreck
Marken MV (+1941)Torpedoed and sunk by U-111, N of Ceara. She was on a voyage from Cardiff to Calcutta via Capetown.
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10/09/1941 Muneric SS (+1941) wreck
Muneric SS was a British Cargo Steamer of 5,223 tons built in 1919. She was launched as War Spider, completed June 1919 as Muneric for Crossburn SS Co (Clark & Service), Glasgow. 1930 sold to Munson SS Line, Mobile and 1936 to Putney Hill SS Co (Counties Ship Management Co Ltd), London. 1939 sold to Bright Navigation Co Ltd, London. On the 10th September 1941 when on route from RIO DE JANEIRO for MIDDLESBROUGH in Convoy SC-42 and carrying a cargo of 7,000 tons of iron ore when she was torpedoed by German submarine U-432 and sunk S of Cape Farewell. Crew of 63 lost.
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10/09/1941 Sally Maersk MV (+1941) wreck
Sally Maersk MV (+1941)Sally Maersk MV was a Danish Cargo Motor Vessel of 3,252 tons and built in 1923. Built as Danish Sally Mærsk for A.P. Møller, Copenhagen. 1940 taken over by Britain and transferred to the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT). On the 10th September 1941 when on route from Three Rivers - Sydney (30 Aug) - Sharpness in Convoy SC-42 and carrying a cargo of 4,527 tons of wheat she was torpedoed by German submarine U-81 and sunk ENE of Cape Farewell. The master, 28 crew members and five gunners were picked up by HMCS Kenogami (K 125) (LtCdr R. Jackson, RCNVR) and landed at Reykjavik.
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10/09/1941 Stargard SS (+1941) wreck
Stargard SS (+1941)Stargard SS was a Norwegian Cargo Steamer of 1,113 tons built in 1915. On the 10th September 1941 when on route from CHATHAM (N.B.) for LONDON in Convoy SC-42 and carrying a cargo of 1,600 tons of lumber she was torpedoed by German submarine U-432 and sunk. 2 crew lost.
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10/09/1941 Thistleglen SS (+1941) wreck
Thistleglen SS (+1941)Thistleglen SS was a British Cargo Steamer of 4,748 tons built in 1929. On the 10th September 1941 when on route from New York - Sydney (30 Aug) - Glasgow in Convoy SC-42 and carrying a cargo of 2,400 tons of pig iron and 5,200 tons of steel when she was sunk by German submarine U-85 and sunk NE of Cape Farewell. The master, 39 crew members and six gunners abandoned ship in three lifeboats and two rafts and were picked up after about one hour by the Lorient, a straggler from the same convoy and landed at Belfast.
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10/09/1941 U-501 (+1941) wreck
U-501 was a German submarine Type IXC. She was sunk on the 10th September 1941 at 2330hrs in the Straits of Denmark south of Angmagsalik, Greenland by depth charges and ramming from the Canadian corvettes HMCS Chambly and HMCS Moosejaw. 11 dead and 37 survivors.
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10/09/1941 V-224 (Swam I) (+1941) wreck
On 10 September 1941, the British submarine HMS THUNDERBOLT shelled and sank the Italian 3-masted schooner / aux. patrol vessel V-224 (Swam I), off Marsa el Auegia in the Gulf of Syrte.
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10/09/1941 Winterswijk SS (+1941) wreck
Winterswijk SS (+1941)Completed July, 1914. During 1918 - Taken over by United States Shipping Board ( Emergency Fleet Corporation ). 1919 - Returned to owners. 1932 - Transfered to N.V. Maats. Stooms. Noordwijk, Holland. 1940 - Placed under the management of Turnbull Scott and Co.,. 1941 - Torpedoed by U 432 under the command of Heinz-Otto Schultze.
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10/09/1942 American Leader MV (+1942) wreck
American Leader MV (+1942)The American steamship American Leader SS, Capt. H. A. Petersen, was shelled and sunk by a German raider about 800 miles W. of the Cape of Good Hope on September 10th, 1942. Twenty-three men were killed. The captain and 16 survivors were taken prisoners of war.
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10/09/1942 Arno SS (+1942) wreck
Arno SS (+1942)Arno SS was a Royal Italian Navy requisition, hospital ship of 7,785 tons built in 1912 as a Passenger Ship for the Adelaide Steamship Company, Port Adelaide as the WANDILLA by Wm Beardmore & Company, Dalmuir, Scotland, Yard No 506. In 1921 she was acquired by the Bermuda & West Indies SS Co., Hamilton (Furness, Withy) and renamed FORT ST. GEORGE. In 1935 she was acquired by Lloyd Triestino and renamed CESAREA and in 1940 she was requisitioned by the Royal Italian Navy and renamed ARNO. On the 10th September 1942 she was sunk by aerial torpedoes from the RAF whilst 40 miles NE of Ras el Tin.
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10/09/1942 Elisabeth van België SS (+1942) wreck
Elisabeth van België SS (+1942)Elisabeth van Belgie SS was a Belgian Cargo Steamer of 4,241 tons built in 1909. Built as Elisabeth von Belgien, 1911 renamed Elisabeth van Belgie. On the 10th September 1942 when on route from Liverpool - New York - Hampton Roads in ballast and in Convoy ON-127 she was torpedoed by German submarine U-96 and sunk.
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10/09/1942 Sveve RFA (+1942) wreck
Sveve RFA was a Royal Fleet Auxillary of 6,313 tons built in 1930. Although she was Norwegian owned since 1940 she was in Admiralty service as Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA). On the 10th September 1942 when on route from Glasgow - Clyde (4 Sep) - New York - Curaçao in ballast and in Convoy ON-127 she was torpedoed by German submarine U-96 and sunk.
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10/09/1943 Abdiel HMS (M-39) [+1943] wreck
Abdiel HMS (M-39) [+1943]HMS Abdiel (Capt. David Orr-Ewing) was mined and sunk in Taranto harbour, Italy on 10 September 1943. The mines were laid just a few hours earlier by the German motor torpedo boats S-54 and S-61 while they escaped from the harbour. Abdiel, carrying troops of 1st airborne division (6th Royal Welsh battalion), took the berth which had been declined earlier by the Captain of USS Boise. Shortly after midnight, two ground mines detonated beneath her and the minelayer sank in three minutes with great loss of life among both sailors and soldiers. The airborne division suffered 58 dead and around 150 injured, while 48 crewmen were lost. We have received info that the ships degaussing equipment was turned off to allow troops below decks to sleep better with less noise.
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10/09/1943 CKA-025 (+1943) wreck
The Russian patrol boat CKA-019 was sunk by coast batteries, off Novorossiysk, 10.09.1943
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10/09/1943 CKA-032 (+1943) wreck
The Russian patrol boat CKA-032 was sunk by coastal batteries, off Novorossiysk, 10.09.1943
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10/09/1943 Jupiter [+1943] wreck
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10/09/1943 S-46 (+1943) wreck
On September 10th, 1943, the German Schnellboot S-46 was scuttled, SE of Feodosia, after being damaged in a Sovjet air attack.
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10/09/1943 TA-11 (+1943) wreck
Just after the Armistice, the German torpedoboot TA-11, on escort duties, was sunk off Piombino on September 10th, 1943 by Italian covettes.
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10/09/1943 Ugolino Vivaldi RM (VI) (+1943) wreck
Ugolino Vivaldi RM (VI) (+1943)Ugolino Vivaldi was a Navigatori class destroyer built at Odera, Sestri Ponente and commisioned 6th March 1930. She sank the British Submarine HMS Oswald on 1 August 1940. Ugolino Vivaldi was bombed and sunk by German aircraft while attempting to reach internment in Spain, following the Italian Armistice 10 September 1943
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10/09/1944 Ammunition barge (+1944) wreck
On September 10th, 1944, while patrolling between Noli and Genoa, Italy, PT-559 and British motor torpedo boats attack a southbound convoy and sink one F-lighter and an ammunition barge. Escorting German patrol craft break off action.
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10/09/1944 Bukun Maru (+1944) wreck
On September 10th, 1944, army tanker Bukun Maru is sunk by a mine (laid by British submarine HMS Porpoise on 8 July 1944) in the Strait of Malacca, 03°54´N, 98°42´E;
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10/09/1944 Chihaya Maru (+1944) wreck
On September 10th, 1944, U.S. submarine SUNFISH (SS-281 Edward E. Shelby) sinks the Japanese merchant tanker CHIHAYA MARU, East of Quelpart Island. CHIHAYA MARU was en route from Moji for Miri, Borneo in convoy MI-19 with 413 troops, 6 daihatsu barges and 2 armored cars from the 2nd Company, 10th Tank Regiment aboard. Nine crewmen and 76 troops are KIA.
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10/09/1944 F-lighter (+1944) wreck
On September 10th, 1944, while patrolling between Noli and Genoa, Italy, PT-559 and British motor torpedo boats attack a southbound convoy and sink one F-lighter and an ammunition barge. Escorting German patrol craft break off action.
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10/09/1944 Hoei Maru No.2 (+1944) wreck
On September 10th, 1944, merchant tanker Hoei Maru No.2 is sunk by a mine off Woosung, China.
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10/09/1944 Takekuni Maru (+1944) wreck
Takekuni Maru (+1944)Netherlands Shell in WWII.

In WWII, the Shell ships that could not be diverted from Indonesia in time, had to be destroyed in order to prevent the Japanese to capture them.

This was carried out with limited success. From the Shell company, 11 ships were sunk. Most of them were sunk in the harbour in shallow waters and were an easy job to lift.

Eight in total were lifted by the Japanese. These were the PAULA (ARARE MARU), POSEIDON (HOSEI MARU), ALDEGONDA (AITEN MARU), AMBO (TEIKA MARU), ANASTASIA (TAKEKUNI MARU), ANGELINA (ANJO MARU), JOSEFINA (YOSEI MARU) and the JUNO (YUNO MARU).
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10/09/1944 Teika Maru (Ambo) (+1944) wreck
Teika Maru (Ambo) (+1944)MS Ambo was scuttled near Surabaya by her own crew to avoid capture by the Japanese.
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10/09/1944 U-20 (+1944) wreck
U-20 (+1944)Scuttled at 2130hrs on 10 Sept, 1944 off the coast of Turkey in the Black Sea
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10/09/1944 U-23 (+1944) wreck
Scuttled at 2210hrs on 10 Sept, 1944 off the coast of Turkey in the Black Sea
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10/09/1944 Unyo Maru No.7 (+1944) wreck
On September 10th, 1944, TF 38 air strikes against Japanese shipping, facilities and airfields on Mindanao continue. During these operations, TF 38 planes sink the Japanese merchant cargo ship Unyo Maru No.7, off Mindanao.
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10/09/1947 Goma SS (+1947) wreck
Goma SS (+1947)Das Schiff wurde 1873 von C.Mitchell & Co. in Newcastle als HAAKON ADALSTEIN für die NFDS übergeben. Am 09.10.1946 für 50.000 Kronen an Ole T. Flakke in Kristiansund verkauft, Einsatz als Frachtschiff, neuer Name GOMA. Am 10.09.1947 kentert das Schiff auf der Reise von Ålborg nach Danzig mit 271 Pferden an Bord. Das Schiff sinkt auf 22 Meter Tiefe, die Besatzung kann sich retten, die Pferde ertrinken.
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10/09/1950 Cameo MV [+1950] wreck
Cameo MV [+1950]CAMEO MV was a British Motor Coaster of 946 tons built in 1937 by A & J Inglis, Pointhouse, Glasgow, Yard No 979 for William Robertson, Glasgow. She was powered by a 8-cyl. diesel engine 2-cycle trunk piston type. Engines by Harland & Wolff Ltd. Glasgow. On the 10th September 1950 sher was wrecked of the Mull of Logan , Galloway.
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10/09/1952 Foundation Star SS (+1952) wreck
Foundation Star SS (+1952)FOUNDATION STAR SS was a British steam tanker of 5.631grt built in 1916 by Craig Taylor, Stockton, England as the the British steam tanker LAURELLEAF SS for the British Government. She was laid down as the OLALLA SS. In 1922 she was sold and renamed LAMPAS for Anglo-Saxon/Shell. In 1939 she was again sold and renamed LOIDA SS when purchased by J. & A. T. Vatis. In 1952 she was again renamed FOUNDATION STAR SS when purchased by Seiling & Jarvis Co On the 5th September 1952 she broke in two and finaslly sank on the 10th September 1952.
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10/09/1953 ?61°51'XXXN-017°36'XXXE [+1953] wreck
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10/09/1957 H. M. Croker (+1957) wreck
H. M. Croker; 40 tons; Registered at Barrington Passage, Nova Scotia, Canada. Registration no. 194161. On the 10th September 1957, H. M. Croker was lost due to a fire, off Clark´s Harbour, Lat. 43 N, Long. 66 W.
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10/09/1958 Concha SS [+1958] wreck
Concha SS [+1958]Only for Hydrographic service subscribers.
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10/09/1959 Sukie MFV (+1959) wreck
MFV Sukie was a 20 ton 40 foot wooden oil screw fishing vessel that burned September 10th 1959 in Duncan Canal. Built 1948 at Wrangell, 110HP, SL WB8797, Owner William L Binkley, Registered Wrangell, ON 256696
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10/09/1964 Thunderbird (+1964) wreck
Thunderbird; Length: 6 m.; Owned by Huckel, W. S; On 10 September 1964, Thunderbird with a crew of 1, was lost. 1 died.
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10/09/1968 Rita V [+1968] wreck
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10/09/1970 ?40°49'XXXN-014°16'XXXE [+1970] wreck
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10/09/1973 Kondor MV (or Condor) [+1973] wreck
The Greek ship Condor, built in 1952 and owned by Andriana Shipping Co., Greece sank on September 10th, 1976, after a collision with the Portuguese H. Capelo, off Guernsey.
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10/09/1974 Cape Hangklip MFV (MBA2) [+1974] wreck
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10/09/1974 Maid Of Harris [+1974] wreck
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10/09/1975 ?30°25'XXXN-049°04'XXXE [+1975] wreck
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10/09/1975 Bravo [+1975] wreck
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10/09/1976 Estelleena [+1976] wreck
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10/09/1976 Helland-hansen [+1976] wreck
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10/09/1977 Kerlano ? [+1977] wreck
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10/09/1977 May Cruiser MV (+1977) wreck
On September 10th, 1977, the Panamanian cargo MAY CRUISER, built in 1969, on voyage from Kobe to Hong Kong with general cargo, sprang a leak and sank in the South China Sea.
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10/09/1977 Murefte ? [+1977] wreck
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10/09/1977 Oscar Miguel [+1977] wreck
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10/09/1978 Alasia (+1978) wreck
The Swedish yacht Alasia ran aground on Hohes Riff, while on voyage from Stockholm to Greece. She was abandonned as salvaging would be too expensive.
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10/09/1978 Frigo Giulia MV [+1978] wreck
Frigo Giulia MV [+1978]MS Frigo Giulia on passage Bourgas to Nigeria with frozen fish, ran aground on Alegranza Island, broke in two and sank.
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10/09/1978 Sarah Diane (+1978) wreck
Sarah Diane; 4 tons; Registered at Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. Registration no. 319688. On the 10th September 1978, Sarah Diane was lost due to a fire, off Sydney.
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10/09/1980 Punta Memoria [+1980] wreck
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10/09/1981 Choctaw [+1981] wreck
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10/09/1981 Mardi Dan [+1981] wreck
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10/09/1981 Notre Dame De Sauvagnat MFV [+1981] wreck
On September 10th, 1981, the French trawler NOTRE DAME DE SAUVAGNAT sank after capsizing. There was 1 casualty.
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10/09/1981 Sliedrecht 28 [+1981] wreck
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10/09/1981 Virginia Rose [+1981] wreck
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10/09/1982 Ocean Venture [fore Section] [+1982] wreck
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10/09/1985 Crystal Mountain [+1985] wreck
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10/09/1985 Daishin Maru 16 [+1985] wreck
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10/09/1985 Dixie Rover [+1985] wreck
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10/09/1987 Alan Martin MV (+1987) wreck
Alan Martin MV was an American Tanker that was deployed as an Artificial Reef on the 10th September 1987 as part of the Shark River Artificial Reef Site.
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10/09/1987 Coney Island MV (+1987) wreck
MV Coney Island was built as an Effluents Tanker for the City of New York. Her sole purpose was to carry treated sewage from New York to the dumping grounds off Sandy Hook. When her natural life had expired she was sponsored for deployment as ar Artificial Reef by the Crystal Oil Corporation, Marine Trades Association of NJ & The Fisherman Magazine. She was deployed as an Artificial Reef on the 10th September 1987 at the Shark River Reef Site.
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10/09/1987 Froland [+1987] wreck
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10/09/1987 Sam Berman MV (+1987) wreck
Sam Berman MV (+1987)MV Sam Berman was deployed as an Artificial Reef on the 10th September 1987 as part of the Shark River Artificial Reef Program.
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10/09/1987 Sirdar [+1987] wreck
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10/09/1988 Yu Chyuan No. 1 MFV [+1988] wreck
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10/09/1990 Raharja VI MV [+1990] wreck
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10/09/1991 Bounty [+1991] wreck
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10/09/1991 Soon Ly MV (+1991) wreck
MV Soon Ly was a cargo ship that sank off the coast of Vietnam.
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10/09/1993 Voortrekker OSV (+1993) wreck
Voortrekker OSV (+1993)The Vortrekker OSV was a (Offshore Supply Vessel) built for towing rigs between drilling stations, handling and running out the rigs anchoring systems, supplying and ferrying of drilling equipment and materials between the base and the rig as well as safety standby. On commencement of her service she was placed on a long term charter to Soekor for servicing the semi submersible rig "Actinia" in the PE area.Unfortunately the extreme weather around our coastline claimed the Voortrekker on 10 Sep 1993 off Mossel Bay whilst she was attending to the oil rig. The vessel remained afloat although upside down for two days before finally sinking taking her crew of 10 with her. Also lost was Lighthouse; the ship's cat.
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10/09/1994 Rayder [+1994] wreck
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10/09/1995 Boru Of Neyland [+1995] wreck
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10/09/1997 Two Sisters MFV [+1997] wreck
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10/09/1999 Jasper III MFV (PD 174) [+1999] wreck
Jasper III, a steel fishing vessel of 24m registered length, left Peterhead with her partner vessel Crystal River on a pair trawling trip at 0930 on 10 September 1999. The weather was southerly winds force 5/6 with a moderate sea running. Part way through their first tow, at about 2000, the bilge alarm on Jasper III sounded. On investigation, the engine room was found flooded up to the propeller shaft. The bilge pumps were started and the driver searched for the source of the leak The vessels began to haul the fishing gear.The source of the leak could not be found and the rate of flooding exceeded the bilge pumps capacity. Flooding spread aft into the accommodation, and forward into the fish hold Jasper III cut her end of the fishing gear away and pulled clear of her partner vessel while she still had engine power. Shortly afterwards the main engine and auxiliaries stopped A “Mayday” was sent at 2041 and the crew prepared to abandon shipAt about 2 100 the Crew abandoned to the liferafts from where they were rescued by Crystal River. By 2130 all the crew had been safely recovered At 2232, Jasper III sank. Her Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) did not surface and transmit.The cause ofthe flooding was not found, but was probably the sudden failure of a pipe or small area of hull plating, weakened by advanced corrosion.
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10/09/2001 Bountiful II MFV [+2001] wreck
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10/09/2001 Sundance MFV (WH 452) (+2001) wreck
At about 1032 on 10 September 2001, the 10m-long stern trawler Sundance capsized and foundered. The skipper, his son and a crew member were thrown into the water, and as a result the crew member died. The MAIB was notified of the accident at 1407 that day, and an investigation began immediately, carried out by MAIB inspector Captain Nick Beer.Sundance had left Camber Dock in Portsmouth earlier in the morning to trawl popular grounds off Gilkicker Point which were unfamiliar to her skipper and crew. During her first trawl, she picked up part of a WW2torpedo and along with it a quantity of mud and shells. The skipper was aware that a heavy load had been “caught” and he and the crew tried to recover it. They managed to raise the net to the surface without too much difficulty but, when they tried to lift the cod end clear of the water, the weight was too much for the trawl winch. As the winch struggled to lift the cod end through a block on the “A” frame, the vessel took an increasing list to starboard. The load snagged on the starboard quarter and, with the winch’s relief valve blowing, could neither be pulled inboard, nor lowered back into the water. The situation seemed to stabilise with the vessel listed to starboard and with freeing ports on the aft starboard side probably underwater. While the crew member was cutting the net to release the unwanted load, Sundance encountered the wash from a passing vessel; Sundance rolled, took water over the starboard bulwark and rapidly capsized. The vessel stayed on the surface for only a few minutes beforeinverting and foundering. The crew of a yacht witnessed the event. They quickly rescued the skipper and his son from the water and raised the alarm. Other rescue craft were on scene within a short time. The crew member, who was the co-owner of Sundance together with the skipper, was discovered floating face-down in the water. A rescue helicopter airliftedthe injured man to hospital but, despite continuous attempts to resuscitate him, he was eventually pronounced dead. He was believed to have been a non-swimmer and he had not been wearing a lifejacket.A combination of circumstances paved the way to the accident and, finally, when the vessel was already in a precarious position, slight wash from a passing ferry was sufficient to cause the capsize.
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10/09/2002 Little World [+2002] wreck
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10/09/2011 Spice Islander MV (+2011) wreck
Spice Islander MV (+2011)At least 192 people have died after an overloaded ferry sank off the Tanzanian island of Zanzibar with at least 800 people on board. A government spokesman said 620 survivors had been rescued. Three days of mourning have been declared.The MV Spice Islander was travelling between Zanzibar's main island, Unguja, and Pemba, the archipelago's other main island - popular tourist destinations.It is thought to have capsized after losing engine power. Rescue efforts were hampered by the fact that the overloaded boat had capsized at night.The ship had been bringing people back from holiday after Ramadan, and had reportedly stopped earlier in Tanzania's commercial capital, Dar es Salaam.
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