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13/03/1770 Swift HMS (+1770) wreck
HMS SWIFT; Sloop-of-war; 14 cannons; 271 bm; 91x26 ft; Built in 1763 by Graves, Limehouse. She was lost in March 1770, off Patagonia coast.
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13/03/1806 Doris (+1806) wreck
Cargaison de 250 noirs : cent étaient passés en douane, et cent cinquante avaient été embarqués clandestinement. Une mutinerie fut déclenchée par ceux-ci ! Quatre vingt dix ont succombé, soit pendant la bataille, soit en se jetant par dessus bord ; de plus, une vingtaine de blessés à mort sont au moment de rendre le dernier soupir. Valeur marchande perdue : 100 milles francs. Un homme d´équipage fut assassiné : Prendtout. ; OLONA, déc 2005, n°194, Les Marins de l´Empire. Sources ARHIMS: B4-Yeu ; Louis Garneray. Autres données: armateur: Watson.
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13/03/1832 Dart (+1832) wreck
Dart; Cutter 1 Mast; 21 tons; 12.2x3.7x1.6 m.; Owned by D. Egan; Built at Daniel Egan in 1826. Registered at Sydney. Registration no. 1/1832. On 13 March 1832, Dart was on voyage from Port Macquarie to Sydney with a cargo of timber (cedar) and maize, when she was wrecked off Port Macquarie bar.
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13/03/1860 Russian SS (+1860) wreck
SS Russian ran aground and was wrecked in the Schaar van Waarde in the Westerschelde on the 13th March 1860.
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13/03/1862 Deptford SS (+1862) wreck
Vessel ran aground. She was refloated but sank off Boulby, Staithes.
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13/03/1863 Aldebaran SV (+1863) wreck
SV Aldebaran was a Union sailing schooner. She was captured and sunk whilst carrying a cargo of flour, provisions, clocks and desks when en route from New York to Maraham, Brazil and sunk by the CSS Florida.
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13/03/1864 Sappho SV (+1864) wreck
SV Sappho went missing after 13th March 1864. Owned at the time by David Balderson, Robert Hildreth & William Wilson, Greenock, UK from 1859.
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13/03/1865 Agnes SV (+1865) wreck
Agnes; Schooner; 82 tons; 21x6.1x3.1 m.; Owned by W. Taylor; Built in 1840. Registered at Melbourne. On 13 March 1865, Agnes with a crew of 5, was lost. 5 died.
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13/03/1870 Chilian SS (+1870) wreck
SS Chiliam ran aground and was wrecked on Brazil Rock, Liverpool on the 13th March 1870.
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13/03/1870 Excelsior (+1870) wreck
Brisé. Vapeur anglais de la Cie Florny. Venait de Glascow vers Nantes. Chargement évalué à une somme de 300 000 frs, navire et marchandises assurées dans une compagnie anglaise. Nord de l´île. Longtemps après son naufrage les débris du grand vapeur restèrent plantés sur les Chiens Perrins où ce bateau de Glasgow, venant de St Nazaire et allant à Bordeaux chargé de pétrole, fonte, sacs en jute, tuiles, caisses de clous, bonnets en laine, etc. 16 hommes d´équipage, vint se jeter à une heure trente du matin. Le naufrage eut lieu par un "beau temps clair et vent de sud-est". Vers 15 heures, à la marée montante l´équipage débarqua avec ses effets, une bonne partie de la marchandise put être sauvée sous la direction de l´administrateur de la Marine. ;
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13/03/1871 Charles Albert (+1871) wreck
Charles Albert; 200 tons; Registered at Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada. Charles Albert was on voyage from Antigua & Barbuda to Liverpool (NS ?). On the 13th March 1871, Charles Albert ran aground, off Gull Rock.
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13/03/1872 Jim (+1872) wreck
JIM; Cutter 1 Mast; Owned by Gilbert, Geelong; On 13 March 1872, JIM (Douglas) was lost after running aground.
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13/03/1872 Novelty (+1872) wreck
NOVELTY; Cutter 1 Mast; Owned by J. Mcneven; On 13 March 1872, NOVELTY (Capt. John McNeven) was on voyage from Melbourne with a cargo of not known, when she was lost after running aground.
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13/03/1874 Flying Meteor PSS [+1874] wreck
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13/03/1874 Victor SV [+1874] wreck
**VESSEL WAS TOTALLY WRECKED ON PALASTER REEF, BARBUDA ISLAND, ABOUT 6M SE OF MARTELLO TOWER, WHILE ON PASSAGE RIO DE JANERIO FOR SAVANNAH.
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13/03/1878 D. M. Smith (+1878) wreck
D. M. Smith; 18 tons; Registered at Weymouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. D. M. Smith was on voyage from Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada to Weymouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. On the 13th March 1878, D. M. Smith was lost in a storm, off Petite Passage, Bay of Fundy, Outer Point of. 3 people died.
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13/03/1879 Gazelle SV (+1879) wreck
On March 13th, 1879, the American wooden brig GAZELLE, on voyage from Cape Town to Durban with a cargo of rice and mealies, was wrecked in a gale, off Back Beach, Durban. There were no casualties.
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13/03/1879 Ziba SV (+1879) wreck
The American schooner Ziba (or Zeba, Liba) on a voyage from Buenos Aires to Durban carrying a cargo of maize, was wrecked during a NE gale near Durban beach.
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13/03/1880 Nambuccra (+1880) wreck
Nambuccra; Schooner; 55 tons; 21.3x5.9x2.1 m.; Built at Rock Davis in 1864. Registered at Sydney. Registration no. 36/1864. On 13 March 1880, Nambuccra was wrecked off Brunswick River.
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13/03/1883 Edmondsley SS (+1883) wreck
Wrecked Ile Tevemec, Raz de Sein. Voyage Sunderland to Bayonne with 900 tons of coal.
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13/03/1884 Lady Robinson (+1884) wreck
Lady Robinson; Schooner; 106 tons; On 13 March 1884, Lady Robinson (Thos Smit) was on voyage from Adelaide to Maryborough when she was lost off Hook Point, Wide Bay.
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13/03/1885 Maid of Orleans PS (+1885) wreck
Foundered off Arran.
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13/03/1886 Ann (+1886) wreck
Ann; Ketch; 28 tons; 16.9x4.8x1.6 m.; Built at Jonathon Piper in 1871. Registered at Sydney. Registration no. 39/1871. On 13 March 1886, Ann (Charles Hanson) was on voyage from Sydney to Port Stephens in ballast, when she was wrecked off 3 miles north of Newcastle.
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13/03/1887 Henry Parr SV (+1887) wreck
On 15 December 1851, the VICTORIA was sold to Hanna Dorothea Eleonora Langnese Wwe, of Hamburg, who renamed her JOHN HERMANN. Masters: 1851-1854 - K. J. Diekmann 1854-1855 - G. C. Speckhahn 1855-1858 - H. J. Bornholdt 1858-1861 - K. J. Diekmann Voyages: 1852-1853 - New York (4 times) 1853/54 - New York/Belfast 1854 - New York 1854/55 - New York/Waterford, Ireland 1855-1857 - New York 1857/58 - New York/London 1858/61 - New York/intermediate ports/Bremerhaven In 1861, the JOHN HERMANN ex VICTORIA was sold to H. Parr, of Dröbak, Norway, who renamed the vessel HENRY PARR; her masters were, in turn, Christoffersen, Wang, and Larsen. On 13 March 1887, the HENRY PARR ex JOHN HERMANN ex VICTORIA, Larsen, master, bound from Christiania for London with a cargo of ice, stranded on Shipwash Sands, off Harwich, and became a total loss.
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13/03/1890 Alfred Euthalie SS (+1890) wreck
SS Alfred Euthalie ran aground and was wrecked near Gouelvin, Ile de Sein on the 13th March 1880 when on route from Middlesbrough for Lorient with iron & a general cargo.
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13/03/1890 Diver (+1890) wreck
Diver; Coaster; 25 tons; Owned by J. & W. Bateman, Fremantle; On 13 March 1890, Diver (William Ashworth) was on voyage from Fremantle to Shark Bay with a crew of 2, when she was lost off Wedge Island. 1 died.
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13/03/1891 Roxburgh Castle SS (+1891) wreck
Roxburgh Castle SS (+1891)Roxburgh Castle was on a voyage from Newport to Piraeus carrying a cargo of coal, when she collided with the British sailing ship British Peer and sank 140 miles SW of the Scilly Isles.
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13/03/1893 Ellerton (+1893) wreck
Ellerton; Schooner; 87 tons; 27.4x5.5x2.4 m.; Owned by Philip R; Built in 1877. Registered at Sydney. On 13 March 1893, Ellerton (John Penro) was on voyage from Townsville to Hobart with a cargo of grain and produce, when she was lost off Lt Broadhurst Reef, Flinders Pass.
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13/03/1893 Petr Velikiy SS (+1893) wreck
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13/03/1894 De Ruyter SS (II) (+1894) wreck
The Belgian ship De Ruyter, built in 1873 and owned by Engels Line went missing at sea in 1894 with the loss of her crew 37.
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13/03/1894 Tuggerah (+1894) wreck
Tuggerah; Cutter 1 Mast; 62 tons; 24.1x6.5x1.9 m.; Owned by W. Preddy; Built at Thomas Davis in 1881. Registered at Sydney. Registration no. 57/1881. On 13 March 1894, Tuggerah was on voyage from Sydney to Byron Bay with a cargo of bricks, when she was wrecked off Byron Bay.
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13/03/1895 Tartar SS (+1895) wreck
Wrecked at Muck Harbour from Glasgow with general.
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13/03/1897 Atlanta (+1897) wreck
Atlanta; 94 tons; Wood hull; Registered at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. On the 13th March 1897, Atlanta ran aground, off Marie Joseph, and Liscomb, between.
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13/03/1899 Three Sisters (+1899) wreck
Three Sisters; Ketch; 14.7 tons; 15x3.8x1.4 m.; Owned by W. Argent; Built at Thomas Horne in 1874. Registered at Port Adelaide. Registration no. 14/1876. On 13 March 1899, Three Sisters was lost.
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13/03/1900 Galatz SS (+1900) wreck
SS Galatz ran aground and was wrecked at Cape de Gata, near Almeria on the 13th March 1900 when on route from Dahomey for Marseilles.
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13/03/1904 Courier [+1904] wreck
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13/03/1905 Lamberton FV (GN24) (+1905) wreck
FV Lamberton (GN24) was a British registered fishing trawler that was rec ked when she ran aground in dense fog at North Ness, Island Firt of Forth. Skipper and 7 crew rescued.
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13/03/1906 Feronia [+1906] wreck
**BUILT IN1890 BY ROPNER & SON. OWNED AT TIME OF LOSS BY GLADSTONE & CO. TRIPLE EXPANSION ENGINE OF 256NHP. PASSAGE MOULMEIN FOR PORT SAID. WRECKED IN THE MAULMAIN RIVER. (DODS).
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13/03/1906 Feronia SS (+1906) wreck
Wrecked 13th March 1906 in the river at Moulheim, outward bound for Port Said for orders with rice.
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13/03/1906 Phønix SV (+1906) wreck
SV PHØNIX Built by J. Ring Andersen, Svendborg, Danmark; 116 grt, 98 nrt; 90.4 x 23.2 x 9.6 On March 13th, 1906, the Norwegian schooner SV PHØNIX, owned at the time of her loss by Biering Chr., Tvedestrand, was on a voyage from Tvedestrand to Grangemouth, when she was abandoned in the North sea. She ran aground later, off Vust, Jylland. From Norway sources : 1873: Levert som PHØNIX for R. P. Nielsen & H. A. Hansen, Thurø, DK 1905: 21.02.: Solgt til Chr. Biering, Tvedestrand 1906: 13.03 .: Forlatt i Nordsjøen på reise Tvedestrand – Grangemouth med props. Drev dagen etter i land ved Vust på Jylland.
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13/03/1906 Rapid FV (+1906) wreck
RAPID (JKVQ) Built at Skånevik; 58 grt, 50 nrt, dimensions: 69.2 x 20.6 x 8.2 On March 13th, 1906, the Norwegian vessel RAPID of 58 tons, owned at the time of her loss by Anton i Monge, Kristiansund, was on a voyage from Grøtø to Kristiansund with fish, when she was wrecked, off Støtt, Nordland.
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13/03/1906 Tamerlane SV (+1906) wreck
Tamerlane SV (+1906) SV TAMERLANE Built at Wiscosset NS, Canada; 948 grt, 898 nrt; 174.6 x 34.8 x 21.7 On March 13th, 1906, the Norwegian barque SV TAMERLANE, owned at the time of her loss by Wetlesen A. L., Fredrikstad, was on a voyage from Kristianiafjorden to London with ice, when she was abandoned in the North Sea. From Norway sources : 1854: Levert med ukjent navn for ukjent eier. 1875: Solgt til J. D. Bischoff, Geestemünde, Tyskl. Het TAMERLANE 1887: Solgt til J. M. Bryde m.fl., Sandefjord 1895: Solgt til H. Fredriksen, Sandefjord 1897: Solgt til A/S Tamerlane (A. L. Wetlesen), Fredrikstad 1906: 13.03 .: Forlatt i Nordsjøen på reise Kristianiafjorden – London med is
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13/03/1907 Skuld SS (+1907) wreck
SS SKULD Built by Alex. Stephen & Sons, Glasgow (#313); 2724 grt, 1742 nrt, 4320 dwt.; 309.5 x 40.0 x 24.8; triple expansion engine (Stephen), 230 nhp On March 13th, 1907, the Norwegian vessel SS SKULD, owned at the time of her loss by Berentsen E., Stavanger, was on a voyage from Philadelphia Pa to Rotterdam with a cargo of mais and goods, when she was abandoned in the Atlantic. From Norway sources : 1888: Sept.: Levert som AMARANTH for J. B. Murray & Co., Glasgow, UK 1900: Solgt til Legembre & fils, Alger, Algerie/Fr. flagg. Omdøpt AUGUSTE LEGEMBRE 1902: 22.04.: Solgt til D/S Skulds A/S (E. Berentsen), Stavanger. Omdøpt SKULD 1907: 13.03 .: Forlatt i Atlanterhavet på reise Philadelphia PA – Rotterdam med mais og stykkgods.
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13/03/1908 Bear SV (+1908) wreck
SV Bear on Friday the 13th of March, 1908 when the 38 foot American schooner Bear drug anchor and washed up on a reef at Kashega, 80 miles from Unalaska. Local natives attempted to assist the master, Edward Lee of Unalaska, and his two crewmen but the nasty weather proved to be too much. The following are quotes from the wreck report: “Kechiga, 80 miles from Unalaska, struck a reef of rocks.” “Anchors dragged, chains parted, and vessel washed ashore on reef of rocks.” “Dropped another anchor, but would not hold very good, cable parted.” “This is a local schooner that runs around Unalaska Island. Ship’s papers lost.” The Bear was valued at $1,000 at the time of the accident and had a cargo of $300 worth of provisions. Some of the two ton cargo was salvaged but the vessel became a total loss. Construction wood, Tonnage 11 net, Length 38.7, Breadth 12.7, Depth 4.6, Built 1896 in Seattle, Registration Unalaska, ON 3691
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13/03/1908 Président Felix Faure SV (+1908) wreck
Président Felix Faure SV (+1908)The French barque PRÉSIDENT FÉLIX FAURE was the first of 4 four-masted barques built at Le Havre from 1896. 95 m long, 7.9 m large, 7.45 m draught, of 2.860 gross tons carrying 3500 sq m of sails. On 13 March 1908, PRÉSIDENT FÉLIX FAURE was wrecked in fog in Anchorage Bay, Antipodes Islands. During two months, the crew will survive thanks to a well-supplied castaway depot, available on the island.
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13/03/1909 Hassia SV (+1909) wreck
Hassia SV (+1909)On March 13th, 1909, the Italian iron barque HASSIA, built in 1874 by Richardson, Duck & Co. on voyage from Buenos Aires to Pensacola in ballast, was wrecked at the entrance of Mobile.
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13/03/1909 Inauhiny (+1909) wreck
On March 13th, 1909, the Brazilian steamer INAUHINY, on voyage from Para to River Yaco, foundered in Marajo Bay, Brazil.
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13/03/1909 Margaretha SV (I) (+1909) wreck
Margaretha SV (I) (+1909)Sunk in collision with the Norwegian steamer MASCOT 24 sea-miles NW of the Maas-lightship. MARGARETHA was sailing with light winds. Unfortunately the crew evacuated the ship in a very headless manner that Captain Wohlers, his wife, his 2-years old son and 5 other sailors went down with the ship. Note : wrongly named Margretha by Lloyds.
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13/03/1912 Athena (+1912) wreck
Athena; Barque; 410 tons; Owned by Mcilwraith, Mceacharn & Co. Ltd. ltd., Adelaide; Built at Middle Dock Co. in 1869. Registered at Port Adelaide. On 13 March 1912, Athena was scuttled off between Herald Bay and Albany Gull Rock.
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13/03/1912 Jessie Lena SV (+1912) wreck
On March 13th, 1912, the American wooden schooner JESSIE LENA, on voyage from South Amboy to Rockland, Me. with a cargo of coal, was wrecked on Kimbalis Island.
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13/03/1912 John W. Hall SV (+1912) wreck
On March 13th, 1912, the American wooden schooner JOHN W. HALL, on voyage from Wilminton, N.C. to New York with a cargo of lumber, was lost after running aground 3 miles south of Ocean City.
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13/03/1912 Madeleine Rickmers SS (III) (+1912) wreck
On March 13th, 1912, the German steel cargo ship MADELEINE RICKMERS, on voyage from Hamburg & Yokohama to Vladivostock with general cargo, was lost in a storm after running aground off Senzumura, northeast coast of Vries Island, Japan.
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13/03/1912 South America SS (+1912) wreck
South America SS (+1912)South America SS was built in 1900 by Short Bros., Pallion, Sunderland as a British cargo steamer for Southern Stm Sg Co Ltd (Lawther, Latta), London. She ran aground in fog at St Loy Bay near Merthen Point, Cornwall, United Kingdom and was wrecked.
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13/03/1912 Turon SS (+1912) wreck
On March 13th, 1912, the Spanish iron cargo ship TURON, on voyage from San Esteban De Pravia to Bilbao with a cargo of coal, was wrecked at San Esteban de Pravia.
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13/03/1913 Rioha Maru No.2 (+1913) wreck
On March 13th, 1913, the Japanese wooden steamer RIOHA MARU NO.2 was wrecked at Genzanto, Chosen.
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13/03/1913 S. A. Hayward (+1913) wreck
S A Hayward; Ketch; 63 tons; 23.5x6.5x2.6 m.; Owned by Clarke & Sorenson; Built at William Woodward in 1884. Registered at Sydney. Registration no. 14/1885. On 13 March 1913, S A Hayward (S. Sorenson) was on voyage from Sydney to Camden Haven with a cargo of timber (hardwood, 25 000ft and a crew of 5, when she was wrecked off Port Stephens, North head.
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13/03/1914 Ægir SV (+1914) wreck
On March 13th, 1914, the Danish wooden schooner ÆGIR on voyage from Swansea to Tetuan with a cargo of coal and coke, was wrecked on the Morrocan coast.
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13/03/1914 William J. Quillin SV (+1914) wreck
On March 13th, 1914, the American wooden schooner WILLIAM J. QUILLIN on voyage from Baltimore to Jacksonville, sank after a collision with the Norwegian LALY off Cape Hatteras.
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13/03/1915 Hartdale SS [+1915] wreck
SS Hartdale, built by Craig, Taylor & Co. Ltd., Stockton in 1910 and owned at the time of her loss by Trechmann SS. Co. Ltd. (Trechmann Bros.), West Hartlepool, was a British steamer of 3839 tons. On March 13th, 1915, Hartdale, on a voyage from Glasgow to Alexandria with a cargo of coal, was sunk by the German submarine U-27 (Bernd Wegener), 7 miles SExE from South Rock. 2 persons were lost.
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13/03/1915 Invergyle SS [+1915] wreck
SS Invergyle, built by Grangemouth & Greenock Dockyard Co., Grangemouth in 1907 and owned at the time of her loss by Stewart & Gray, Glasgow, was a British steamer of 1794 tons. On March 13th, 1915, Invergyle, on a voyage from Scapa Flow to Hartlepool in ballast, was sunk by the German submarine U-23 (Hans Schultheß), 12 miles NNE from the Tyne. There were no casualties.
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13/03/1916 Oceaan I FV (IJM-91) (+1916) wreck
Oceaan I FV (IJM-91) (+1916)On March 13th, 1916, the Dutch steel trawler OCEAAN I, left Ymuiden and went missing. She was not heard of ever since.
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13/03/1917 Alma (+1917) wreck
The sailing vessel Alma was sunk on 13th March 1917 by gunfire from the German submarine U-70 (Otto Wünsche), off Wexford. Alma was on passage from Faro to Liverpool with a cargo of locust beans.
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13/03/1917 Bon Songe SS [+1917] wreck
Navire construit à North Sands (GB) et acquis par la Marine Nationale française en 1882 et basé au Sénegal, puis à Lorient (Bretagne, France). Au moment de sa perte, il était affecté au ravitaillement des troupes en bord de mer et transportait vin et vivres. Il sombra après avoir heurté une épave immergée, mais son équipage fut sauvé Ship built in North Sands (UK) and acquired by the French Navy in 1882 and based in Senegal, then Lorient (Brittany, France). At the time of her loss, she was assigned to supply troops on the coast and was transporting wine and food. She sank after hitting a submerged wreck, but her crew was saved Barco construido en North Sands (GB) y adquirido por la Armada francesa en 1882 y basado en Senegal, luego en Lorient (Bretaña, Francia). En el momento de su naufragio, era asignado para abastecer las tropas estacionadas en las orillas del mar y transportaba vino y comida. Se hundió después de chocar un pecio sumergido, pero su tripulación se salvó Navio construido en North Sands (GB) y adquirido pela Marinha francesa en 1882 e baseado em Senegal, depois em Lorient (Bretanha, França). No momento da sua perda, era asignado para abastecer las tropas estacionadas a beira-mar e transportava vino e comida. Afundou despois de bater num naufrágio submerso, mas a sua tripulación foi resgatada
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13/03/1917 Brika SS [+1917] wreck
Brika SS [+1917]Brika was a 3.549grt defensively-armed British Merchant ship. On the 13th March 1917 when 13 miles SE by S from Coningbeg LV, Ireland she was torpedoed without warning and sunk by a submarine. 2 lives lost.
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13/03/1917 Christophe Colomb SV (+1917) wreck
Christophe Colomb SV (+1917)Navire construit à St Malo (France) pour la pêche à la morue à Terre Neuve puis armé pour le cabotage après la raréfaction des bancs. 02.10.1898: Subit des dommages dûs à une collision avec le SS Hypolite Worms dans l'estuaire de la Gironde (France). 13.03.1917: s'échoua et fut perdu à l'entrée de Brest (France), l'équipage étant sauvé Ship built in Saint Malo (France) for the cod fishery in Newfoundland and armed as coaster after depletion of benches. 02.10.1898: suffered damage due to a collision with the SS Hypolite Worms in the Gironde estuary (France). 13.03.1917: ran aground and was lost at the entrance of Brest (France), the crew being saved Buque construido en Saint-Malo (Francia) para la pesca del bacalao en Terranova y armado para el cabotaje después de agotamiento de los bancos. 02.10.1898: Sufrió daños debidos a una colisión con el SS Hypolite Worms en el estuario de Gironda (Francia). 13.03.1917: encalló y se perdió en la entrada de Brest (Francia), la tripulación siendo rescatada Navio construído em Saint Malo (França) para a pesca do bacalhau na Terra Nova e armado para a cabotagem após os bancos se esgotarem. 02.10.1898: Sofreu danos devido a uma colisão com o SS Hypolite Worms no estuário de Gironde (França). 13.03.1917: encalhou e se perdeu na entrada de Brest (França), a yripulação sendo resgatada
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13/03/1917 Comrades (LT-315) (+1917) wreck
Comrades, built in Lowestoft in 1905 and owned at the time of her loss by Frank C. Mallett, Lowestoft, was a British smack of 58 tons. On March 13th, 1917, Comrades was sunk by gunfire by the German submarine UB-32 (Max Viebeg), 2.5 miles west of the Smith Knoll Middle buoy. There were no casualties.
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13/03/1917 Coonagh SS [+1917] wreck
Coonagh SS [+1917]On March 15th, 1917, the British steamer SS Coonagh, on a voyage from Middlesbrough to Rouen with a cargo of steel billets & iron ore, was sunk by the German submarine UC-16 (Egon von Werner), off St Valery en Caux. 10 persons were killed.
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13/03/1917 Coronda SS (+1917) wreck
Coronda SS (+1917)The British Cargo steamer Coronda SS was built in 1892 by Gray of Hartlepool for British & Colonial S.N.Co Ltd (Bucknall), London as the MANICA SS. In 1899 she was renamed CORONDA SS when purchased by Bucknall Nephews. On the 13th March 1917 she was torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U-81 when 180 miles NW of Tory Island when on route from Clyde to South Georgia with a general cargo.
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13/03/1917 Dag SV (+1917) wreck
Dag, built by A/B Lödöse Varf, Lödöse in 1902 and owned at the time of her loss by Carl Robert Gustaf André M.fl., Gothenburg, was a Swedish sailing vessel of 250 tons. On March 13th, 1917, Dag, on a voyage from Laguna to Queenstown with a cargo of logwood, was stopped and scuttled by the German submarine U-62 (Ernst Hashagen), south of Fastnet. There were no casualties.
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13/03/1917 De Tien Kinders (+1917) wreck
De Tien Kinders, built by Goormachtig, Ostende in 1908, owned at the time of her loss by Stéphanie Aspeslagh, was a Belgian fishing vessel of 44 tons. On March 13th, 1917, De Tien Kinders was sunk by the German submarine UB-32 (Max Viebeg), 4 miles north of the Smith Knoll Spar Buoy.
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13/03/1917 Demeterton SS (+1917) wreck
Captured 13th March 1917 and scuttled by SMS MOWE when 730 miles E by N of Cape Race on passage Halifax for U.K. with timber.
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13/03/1917 Elisabeth [+1917] wreck
Elisabeth, built by Cook, Welton & Gemmell, Beverley in 1904 and opeated at the time of her loss by French Navy, was a French navy trawler of 302 tons. On March 13th, 1917, Elisabeth was sunk by a mine from the German submarine UB-12 (Ernst Steindorff), off Calais (barrage 236).
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13/03/1917 Elizabeth Eleanor (+1917) wreck
Elizabeth Eleanor was a sailing vessel of 169grt and a British Merchant ship. On the 13th March 1917 when 77 miles NW by W ½ W from Trevose Head, North Cornwall she was captured by the German submarine U 70 (Otto Wünsche) and sunk by gunfire.
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13/03/1917 Girda SS (+1917) wreck
SS GIRDA SS Girda, built by Palmers' SB. & Iron Co. Ltd., Newcastle in 1888 and owned at the time of her loss by A. H. Arvesen, Christiania, was a Norwegian steamer of 1824 tons; 1116 nrt; 255.0 x 37.0 x 18.8; triple expansion engine (Palmers), 179 nhp; On March 13th, 1917, Girda, on a voyage from Glasgow to La Pallice with a cargo of coal, was sunk with explosives by the German submarine UC-21 (Reinhold Saltzwedel), 10 miles from Les Sables Lighthouse, off Ile d'Oleron. There were no casualties. From Norway sources : 1888: Okt.: Levert som GLANYSTWYTH for Glanystwyth SS Co. Ltd. (T. H. Jones & J. Mathias), Aberythswyth, UK 1894: Disp. overtatt av J. Mathias & Son, Aberythswyth, UK 1895: Disp. overtatt av T. H. Jones & J. Mathias, Aberythswyth 1896: Disp. overtatt av J. Mathias & Son, Abeythswyth, UK 1899: Solgt til Vagliano Bros., Corfu, Gr. Omdøpt GIRDA AMABTIELLOS 1904: Solgt til E. Ambatiellos, Corfu, Gr. 1915: Juni: Solgt til A/S Girda (A. H. Arvesen), Kristiania. Omdøpt GIRDA 1917: 13.03. : Stanset og sprengt av tysk ubåt UC-21 10’ av Les Sables fyr, på reise Glasgow – La Rochelle med kull. Fartøyet hadde falt ut av konvoi fra Brest og sydover.
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13/03/1917 Gold Seeker [+1917] wreck
Gold Seeker was a British fishing vessel of 62 tons. On March 13th, 1917, Gold Seeker was sunk by the German submarine UB-32 (Max Viebeg), 4 miles off Smith Knoll Spar Buoy.
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13/03/1917 La Campine SS (+1917) wreck
La Campine SS (+1917)La Campine was originally a Belgian steaming tanker, 2.595 tons; 309.7x39.0ft; Built for F. Speth & Co., Antwerp, transferred to Palmers´ SB. & Iron Co., Ltd., Newcastle; transferred to American Petroleum Co., Rotterdam. While on voyage from Rotterdam to New York in ballast on the North Sea, La Campine was captured, shelled and sunk by UC-50 on March 13th 1917. There were no casualties.
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13/03/1917 Navenby FV (GY961) (+1917) wreck
Navenby, built by Cochrane, Cooper & Schofield, Beverley in 1890 and owned at the time of her loss by William Grant, Grimsby, was a British trawler of 167 tons. On March 13th, 1917, Navenby was scuttled by the German submarine UC-44 (Kurt Tebbenjohanns), 85 miles east from Rattray Head. There were no casualties.
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13/03/1917 Northwaite SS [+1917] wreck
Northwaite SS [+1917]SS Northwaite, built by W. Gray & Co. Ltd., West Hartlepool in 1905 and owned at the time of her loss by Raithwaite SS. Co. Ltd. (J. W. Pyman), Cardiff, was a British steamer of 3626 tons. On March 13th, 1917, Northwaite, on a voyage from Sfax to Dublin with a cargo of phosphate, was sunk by the German submarine U-61 (Victor Dieckmann), 14 miles WNW of the Blaskets. There were no casualties.
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13/03/1917 Norwegian SS [+1917] wreck
Norwegian SS [+1917]SS Norwegian, built by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Dundee in 1913 and owned at the time of her loss by Fred. Leyland & Co. Ltd., Liverpool, was a British steamer of 6237 tons. On March 13th, 1917, Norwegian, on a voyage from New York to Liverpool with a cargo of mail, grain and general cargo, was sunk by a mine from the German submarine UC-43 (Erwin Sebelin), 4 miles southwest of Seven Heads, Clonakilty Bay. 5 persons were lost.
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13/03/1917 Pera SV (+1917) wreck
Pera SV (+1917)Pera, built by Joh. C. Tecklenborg AG, Geestemünde in 1890 and owned at the time of her loss by M. Lundqvist, Mariehamn, was a Finnish steel sailing ship of 1737 tons. On March 13th, 1917, Pera, on a voyage from Rosario to Swansea with a cargo of maize, was sunk and scuttled by the German submarine U-70 (Otto Wünsche) in St. George's Channel.
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13/03/1917 Reward SV (+1917) wreck
Reward, built by Troon S. B. Co., Troon in 1878 and owned at the time of her loss by William Jenkins, Swansea, was a British wooden 3-masted schooner of 172 tons. On March 13th, 1917, Reward, on a voyage from Brittonferry, Falmouth to Guernsey with a cargo of coal, was sunk by gunfire by the German submarine UC-72 (Ernst Voigt), south of Start Point.
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13/03/1917 Try (+1917) wreck
On March 13th, 1917, Try, a British fishing vessel of 34 tons, was sunk by the German submarine UC-66 (Herbert Pustkuchen), 10 miles South from Wolf Rock. There were no casualties.
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13/03/1917 Vivina SS (+1917) wreck
SS Vivina, built by M. Pearse & Co., Stockton in 1885 and owned at the time of her loss by Linea de Vapores Serra, Bilbao, was a Spanish steamer of 3.034 tons. On March 13th, 1917, Vivina, on a voyage from Newport, Mon. to Horta with a cargo of coal, was sunk by the German submarine UC-21 (Reinhold Saltzwedel), 12 miles off Ile d'Oleron. There were no casualties.
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13/03/1917 Warner SS (Q-27) (+1917) wreck
Warner, built by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Dundee in 1911 and operated at the time of her loss by Royal Navy, was a British Q-ship of 1273 tons. On March 13th, 1917, Warner was torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U-61 (Victor Dieckmann), southwest of Ireland. The ship went down in a few minutes. 13 crew were never seen again and one wounded died. 7 were taken prisoner on the U-61.
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13/03/1918 A. E. Whyland (+1918) wreck
A. E. Whyland was an American Whaler which was sunk by German submarine U-152 with bombs/charges when 55 miles off Teberife.
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13/03/1918 Adine ? SS [+1918] wreck
The Norwegian steamer ADINE was in ballast from Rouen to Tyne under charter to a French concern. In the early hours of 13th March 1918 she was off Redcar following the war channel buoys. The night was fine and she was making nine and a half knots on a sea smooth. The only light showing was a screened stern light, vessels were ordered not to show port or starboard lights unless other traffic was present. At 3.50 a.m. a torpedo was sighted 200 yards away on the port beam. Nothing could be done and it struck about 30 feet abaft of the engine room between the number 3 and 4 holds. The explosion blew up the after decks and blew the main mast over the side. The crew of 22 abandoned the ship in the boats without panic, the only injury was to the North Sea Pilot who was knocked off the ladder from the bridge by the force of the explosion. The ship sank in 10 minutes and after she had gone down the submarine surfaced alongside the boats. The submarine was not identified by the crew but history reveals that she was the UB-34. One young Officer spoke in good English from the conning tower, he asked the ship’s name, tonnage, cargo capacity, and he demanded the ship’s papers. He said he was in a great hurry and told the Captain to give his kind regards to his friends the English. The crew were picked up by the trawler HERMIA (HERMIS?) and landed at Middlesbrough.
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13/03/1918 Crayford SS (+1918) wreck
SS Crayford, built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd., Blyth in 1911 and owned at the time of her loss by Cory Colliers, Ltd., London, was a British steamer of 1209 tons. On March 13th, 1918, Crayford, on a voyage from Hull via Methel to Christiania with a cargo of coke, was sunk by the German submarine U-46 (Leo Hillebrand), 110 miles WxS of Skudesnes. 1 person was lost.
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13/03/1918 La Madeleine SS (+1918) wreck
SS La Madeleine sank after a collision with an unidentified vessel when 18 miles SW of Hartland Point on a voyage from Cardiff to Rochefort with coal on the 13th March 1918.
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13/03/1918 Lisette SS [+1918] wreck
Lisette SS [+1918]SS Lisette, built by S. McKnight & Co. Ltd., Ayr in 1899 and owned at the time of her loss by Yorkshire Coal & Steam Shipping Co. Ltd. (H. W. & C. M. Ezard), Goole, was a British steamer of 895 tons. On March 13th, 1918, Lisette, on a voyage from Goole to Honfleur with a cargo of coal, was sunk by the German submarine UB-16 (Rudolf Stier), 8 miles NExN from the Shipwash lightvessel. 1 person was lost.
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13/03/1918 Londonier SS [+1918] wreck
Londonier SS [+1918]SS Londonier, built by Irvine's Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd., West Hartlepool in 1911 and owned at the time of her loss by Lloyd Royal Belge Soc. Anon., Antwerp, was a Belgian steamer of 1870 tons. On March 13th, 1918, Londonier, on a voyage from Calais to Barry, was sunk by the German submarine UC-71 (Walter Warzecha), South of the Isle of Wight.
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13/03/1918 N. G. Petersen SS [+1918] wreck
N. G. Petersen SS [+1918]N.G. Petersen, built 1898 and owned by A/S Dampsk. Selsk. Vendila (Svendsen & Christensen), Copenhagen. She was lost in Bay of Falmouth March 13, 1918 due to a collision with norwegian SS SIRI while in convoy. She was not torpedoed. The vessel was carrying a cargo of iron ore.
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13/03/1918 San Francesco Di Paolo (UB-43) (+1918) wreck
On March 13th, 1918, San Francesco Di Paolo, an Italian sailing vessel of 70 tons, was sunk by the German submarine UB-49 (Hans von Mellenthin), 70 miles NW from Naples.
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13/03/1918 Tweed SS [+1918] wreck
SS Tweed, built by D. J. Dunlop & Co., Port Glasgow in 1892 and owned at the time of her loss by W. Sloan & Co., Glasgow, was a British steamer of 1025 tons. On March 13th, 1918, Tweed, on a voyage from Newhaven to Cherbourg with general cargo, was sunk by the German submarine UB-59 (Erwin Waßner), 10 miles S by W ¼ W from St. Catherine's Point. 7 persons were lost.
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13/03/1918 Wegadesk SS (+1918) wreck
Wegadesk SS (+1918)SS Wegadesk, built by Burmeister & Wain, Copenhagen in 1908 and owned at the time of her loss by A. F. Klaveness & Co., Christiania, was a Norwegian steamer of 4.271 tons. On March 10th, 1918, Wegadesk, on a voyage from Baltimore to Gibraltar with brass and general cargo, was stopped by the German submarine U-155 (Erich Eckelmann). She was sunk 3 days later, when 50 tons of brass was taken onboard the submarine. There were no casualties.
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13/03/1919 Chaska SV (+1919) wreck
On March 13th, 1919, the American 4-masted wooden schooner CHASKA, on voyage from Port Natal to Buenos Aires with a cargo of coal, was lost in a fire 50 miles south of Trinidad.
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13/03/1920 Alexandra [+1920] wreck
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13/03/1920 Ituna SS (+1920) wreck
On March 13th, 1920 the steamship ITUNA, en route From San Francisco to Reedsport, Oregon with a cargo of machinery and cement foundered in a storm, 15 miles northwest of the San Francisco Lightship. 2 lives were lost. Steamer W. S. Porter picked up the survivors and brought them to San Francisco
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13/03/1921 Fredville SS (+1921) wreck
On March 13th, 1921, the British steel cargo ship FREDVILLE, on voyage from Hull to Rotterdam with general cargo, sank after a collision with VINCENNES BRIDGE near the Haaks Lightvessel. There were no casualties. Owned at the time by Neville Shipping Co. Ltd., London from 1919-1921. Previously called SS Brita.
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13/03/1921 Guillermo SS (+1921) wreck
Guillermo SS foundered off Oporto on the 13th February 1921 when on route from Huelva for Rotterdam with a cargo of ore.
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13/03/1921 Leonita SS (+1921) wreck
Leonita SS (+1921)On March 13th, 1921, the spanish cargo Leonita was on a voyage from Norfolk Vancouver to Gibraltar with a cargo of coal, when she foundered.
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13/03/1924 Corona SS (+1924) wreck
Corona SS was a German cargo steamer of 2,046grt that was wrecked at Almagrund in ice on the 13th March 1924 when on route from Hull to Stockholm with a cargo of coal.
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13/03/1925 Shinsei Maru No.10 (+1925) wreck
Shinsei Maru No.10 ran aground and was wrecked at Sumiyo Bay, Awamishima on the 13th March 1925 when on route from Oshima for Yokkaichi with a carg of railway sleepers.
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13/03/1930 Flynderborg SS (+1930) wreck
While on passage Casablanca to Norresundby, the Danish steamship Flynderborg struck a rock and sank 2 miles SW of Creac’h Point lighthouse,Ushant (Ouessant).
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13/03/1933 Burnside SS [+1933] wreck
SS Burnside was destroyed by fire on the 13th March 1933 in Lochmaddy Harbour, North Uist when on route from Glasgow for Skye with a general cargo. She sank the next day. Previously called SS Dunmore from 1901-1931
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13/03/1936 Marchigiano SS (+1936) wreck
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13/03/1940 Eschersheim SS [+1940] wreck
Eschersheim SS [+1940]Kilde: Poul Olesen; Skibet Eschersheim S/S, damper af stål fra Bremen der forliste 13/03/1940.; Eschersheim, S/S blev bygget 1913, og var 3303 Br. Reg. T. stor.; Ved forliset druknede der 5 og 26 blev reddet. Eschersheim sejlede med koks; ved forliset, hvor det påsejlede en undersøisk hindring og sank.; ; Strandingsindberetning dat. 13/03/1940.; Kl. 10.57 da Eschersheim under en hård N.-lig kuling befandt sig ud for; Rubjerg Knude, tørnede skibet en undersøisk hindring. Skibet blev lek og; fik roret beskadiget, kom straks flot. Kl. 12.15 opankredes Eschersheim 2 Sm; 277ø af Rubjerg Fyr, og kort efter sank skibet. 16 mand af besetningen; reddede sig i land i skibets båd, og 10 mand hvoraf 1 mand, skibets fører,; senere døde, reddedes af Lønstrup redningsbåd.; Eschersheim er senere blevet vrag.; Anm. Ärsagen til forliset angives at vere snetygning.; Se iøvrigt Vendsyssel Tidende 16/03/1980; Rettet den 29/08-1999.
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13/03/1940 Idant SS (+1940) wreck
Idant; 121 tons; 28x7.3x2 m.; Owned by G. Ramsay; Built at Peter Callan in 1918. Registered at Sydney. Registration no. 6/1919. On 13 March 1940, Idant (G. G. Manson) was on voyage from Sydney to Camden Haven with a crew of 8, when she was lost off Camden Haven River (northern breakwater).
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13/03/1941 Bullger SS [+1941] wreck
Bullger SS [+1941]Bullger SS. Launched as the CARTMEL, 304 tons built for Furness Railway Co., Barrow Dimensions 128.0 x 25.8 A tug built by Vickers, Sons & Maxim, Ltd., Barrow completed in October 1907 as Yard No.358 Official No.125902. In 1923 owned by London, Midland & Scottish Railway, Barrow. In 1934 renamed BULLGER by Leith Salvage & Towage Co., Ltd., Leith Mined and sunk, 13 March 1941, in Druridge Bay near Amble, Northumberland at 55 15 190N 001 32 340W Mine said to have been laid by an aircraft.
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13/03/1941 Empire Frost ? SS [+1941] wreck
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13/03/1941 Perseus SS [+1941] wreck
Perseus SS [+1941]On March 13th, 1941, the Dutch steamship Perseus (Capt. R. Gudde) from the K.N.S.M., was attacked by German aircraft and sunk with an air torpedo, 12 miles N. W. from Bardsey Island. The requisitioned Perseus was on her way from Avonmouth to Manchester. All crew were saved the next day by a British ship.
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13/03/1941 Samlanes SS [+1941] wreck
On March 13th, 1941, the Norwegian cargo SAMLANES, built in 1908 by Nüschke & Co and owned at the time of her loss by Storaas Hans, on voyage from Sawnsea to Shoreham with a cargo of 907 tons of coal, was sunk by a mine, 2 miles off the Lizard. The whole crew, 15 people in total, was lost.
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13/03/1941 Star XXIV SS (+1941) wreck
Star XXIV SS (+1941)Star XXIV was a Norwegian whaler that was captured by German raider Pinguin in the S. Atlantic when on a voyage from Montevideo for South Georgia. When being returned to France on the 13th March 1941 she was intercepted by the British Navy sloop HMS Scarborough but was scuttled to avoid capture.
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13/03/1941 Tacoma City SS (part Of) [+1941] wreck
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13/03/1941 Tacoma City SS [southern part] [+1941] wreck
Tacoma City SS [southern part] [+1941]Tacoma City SS. Sank on the 13.3.41 after being mined. Sank in the Formby Channel , Mersey, UK
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13/03/1941 Ullapool SS [+1941] wreck
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13/03/1942 Albert F. Paul SV (+1942) wreck
Albert F. Paul SV (+1942)On 13th March 1942, U-332 (Johannes Liebe) spotted a four-masted schooner, which must have been the Albert F. Paul, on route for the Turk´s Island from Baltimore carrying a cargo of salt. Liebe considered using his deck gun to sink the ship, but the heavy seas prevented this. The first torpedo, fired at 07:14 CET, missed, passed under the bowsprit, and exploded on the end of its run. At 07:20 CET a second torpedo was fired, which struck target under the third mast, causing the sailing vessel to sink immediately. The ship was reported missing after 11 March. All hand lost - 8 crew.
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13/03/1942 Anastassis (KAL-155) (+1942) wreck
On March 13th, 1942, HMS Turbulent (Cdr. J.W. Linton) sank the Greek schooner Anastassis (KAL-155) with gunfire, west of Serifos, Greece.
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13/03/1942 Chichibu Maru (+1942) wreck
US submarine USS Gar (SS-206 Lt. Cdr. D. McGregor) torpedoes and sinks the Japanese victualling stores ship Chichibu Maru between six and ten miles southwest of Mikura Jima, south of Tokyo Bay, Japan.
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13/03/1942 Daytonian SS (+1942) wreck
Daytonian SS (+1942)Daytonian SS was a British Cargo Steamer of 6,422 tons built in 1922 by D & W Henderson Ltd., Glasgow, Yard No 508 for Frederick Leyland & Co Ltd Liverpool. She was powered by a steam quadruplke engine. In 1934 she was sold to Charente S.S Co Ltd (T&J Harrison) Liverpool. On the 13th Marchh 1942 she was torpedoed and sunk by the Italian submarine "ENRICO TAZZOLI" on voyage from Mobile to Halifax with general cargo.
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13/03/1942 John D. Gill SS (+1942) wreck
John D. Gill SS (+1942)On March 12th, 1942, U.S. tanker John D. Gill is torpedoed and irreparably damaged by German submarine U-158 off Frying Pan Shoals. Four of the seven-man Armed Guard are lost. Coast Guard cutter CG-186 and cutter Agassiz (WPC-126) rescue one group of survivors, tanker Robert H. Colley the remainder. John D. Gill sinks the next morning.
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13/03/1942 Mabella SS (+1942) wreck
Mabella was a Norwegian Cargo Steamer of 1,513 tons. On the 13th March 1942 she was sunk by torpedo and gunfire from IJN submarine I-64, East of India.
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13/03/1942 PT-32 (+1942) wreck
On March 13th, 1942, Lieutenant General Douglas MacArthur and Rear Admiral Francis W. Rockwell, with their respective staffs, reach Cagayan, Mindanao, after a 560-mile voyage in heavy to moderate seas, in motor torpedo boats PT-32, PT-34, PT-35, and PT-41. PT-32 becomes disabled during the operation, and is scuttled by gunfire of submarine Permit (SS-178) one mile southwest of Taguayan Island, P.I
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13/03/1942 Tama Maru No.2 (+1942) wreck
On March 13th, 1942, Japanese minesweeper Tama Maru No.2 sinks as the result of damage inflicted by U.S. Navy carrier-based planes on 10 March during the Lae-Salamaua Raid
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13/03/1942 Tolten SS (+1942) wreck
Tolten SS (+1942)Tolten SS was a Chilean Cargo Steamer of 1,858 tons built in 1938 by Aalborg Vft, Aalborg, Denmark forA/S D/S Vesterhavet (J.Lauritzen), Esbjerg as the LOTTA. In 1941 she was renamed TOLTEN SS when purchased by the Chilean Government. On the 13th March 1942 when on route from BALTIMORE for NEW YORK in ballast she was torpedoed by German submarine U-404 and sunk. 2 crew saved from a total of 27.
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13/03/1942 Trepca SS (+1942) wreck
Trepca SS (+1942)Trepca SS was a Portugese Cargo Steamer of 5,042 tons. On the 13th March 1942 when on route from DENARERA for PORTLAND (MAINE) carrying a cargo of Bauxite she was torpedoed by U-332 and sunk. 4 crew lost from a total crew of 27.
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13/03/1943 Ceres SS (+1943) wreck
Ceres SS (+1943)At 04.58 hours on 13 Mar, 1943, U-68 attacked the convoy GAT-49 about 200 miles northwest of Curaçao and torpedoed the Cities Service Missouri. 30 minutes later two torpedoes struck the Ceres (Master H.C. Elderenbsoch), the first under the bridge and the second under #5 hatch, causing the ship to sink fast. The crew and the passengers immediately abandoned ship and were picked up by an escort vessel.
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13/03/1943 Cities Service Missouri SS (+1943) wreck
Cities Service Missouri SS (+1943)At 04.58 hours on 13 Mar, 1943, U-68 attacked the convoy GAT-49 about 200 miles northwest of Curaçao, torpedoed the Cities Service Missouri and sank the Ceres 30 minutes later. The Cities Service Missouri (Master John H.B. Morton) in station #23 was the last ship in the second column and was struck by one torpedo at the stem on the starboard side. The explosion ripped a ten foot hole in the side and vented upward, damaging the bridge and wheelhouse. The vessel stopped to determine the damage and the master thought she could be saved if they shift the ballast. At 06.10 hours a second torpedo struck the port side in the engine room and demolished the engines, just as they had brought the tanker on even keel. The U-boat surfaced about 1300 yards from the tanker and the armed guards (the ship was armed with one 5in and two .50cal guns) fired three rounds on her but all missed. By this time, water had risen to the base of the gun and 30 minutes later the master ordered the ship abandoned. All eight officers, 35 crewmen and 11 armed guards left the tanker in three lifeboats and one raft. At 07.40 hours the ship plunged stern first with her bow straight in the air. Three hours later, the USS Biddle (DD 151) picked up the survivors. A boatswain drowned trying to get on the destroyer and a machinist died of wounds and burns on board. The survivors were later brought to Curaçao
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13/03/1943 Clan Alpine SS (+1943) wreck
Clan Alpine SS (+1943)At 05.30 hours on 13 Mar, 1943, U-107 attacked the convoy OS-44 190 miles west of Cape Finisterre and reported hits on three ships. In fact, four ships were hit, the Clan Alpine, Marcella, Oporto and Sembilangan. The Clan Alpine (Master Joseph Henry Crellin) was later scuttled by the British sloop HMS Scarborough (L 25) (LtCdr E.B. Carnduff) with depth charges. The master, 59 crew members and nine gunners were picked up by the sloop, transferred to the British merchant Pendeen and landed at Gibraltar.
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13/03/1943 Djambi MV (+1943) wreck
Djambi MV (+1943) M/V DJAMBI; Owned by Rotterdamsche Lloyd and built in 1919 by Maats. Fyenoord; 6,984 tons; 445.6x54.3x34.4 ft. ; 1,590 n.h.p.; oil engines On March 13th, 1943, the Dutch motorvessel Djambi, while on voyage from Liverpool to Beira, collided with Silverbeech and sank.
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13/03/1943 Empress of Canada SS (+1943) wreck
Empress of Canada SS (+1943)Built in 1920 in Glasgow, Scotland, the 21,517 ton, 653 foot ocean liner undertook her maiden voyage occurred on May 5, 1922. Based at the port of Vancouver, British Columbia, the first Empress of Canada provided service to Japan, Hong Kong, and China. Following the outbreak of World War II in 1939, she was converted for use as a troopship. On March 13, 1943, while en route from Durban, South Africa to Takoradi carrying Italian prisoners of war, the Empress of Canada was torpedoed and sunk by an Italian submarine (01-13S 09-57W) approximately 400 miles (640 km) south of Cape Palmas off the coast of Africa. Of the approximate 1800 people on board, 392 died. She was owned by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company and her sister ships included Empress of France and Empress of Britain
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13/03/1943 Ghrib (+1943) wreck
Ghrib (+1943)On March 13th, 1943, HMS Taurus (Lt. Cdr. M.R.G. Wingfield) sank the French tug Ghrib and the lighter Labillon with gunfire off Cassis, southern France.
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13/03/1943 Hermod SS (+1943) wreck
Hermod SS (+1943)Hermod SS was on a voyage from Rotterdam to Helsingborg and was torpedoed by a British MTB-boat and sank off Terschelling
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13/03/1943 Kasuga Maru SS (O-21) (+1943) wreck
Kasuga Maru SS was torpedoed and sunk by a Dutch submarine O-21 on March 13th 1943, off Karathuri, Burma.
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13/03/1943 Keystone SS (+1943) wreck
Keystone SS (+1943)Keystone SS was an American Cargo Steamer of 5,565 tons built in 1919 by Northwest Steel, Portland, Oregon as the American steam cargo ship WEST CHEROW. In 1929 she was renamed SAGE BRUSH and in 1941 KEYSTONE. On the 13th March 1943 when on route from NEW YORK for NORTH AFRICA carrying a cargo of 6,000 of war material, including gasoline, aircarft, tanks and trucks when she was torpedoed by German submarine U-172 and sunk. 2 crew lost from a total crew of 73. Portuguese steamship Sines rescues the survivors.
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13/03/1943 Kosei Maru (Sunfish) [+1943] wreck
On March 13th, 1943, U. S. submarine Sunfish (SS-281) sinks the Japanese merchant cargo ship Kosei Maru near Tokara Jima, Ryukyus, 29°04´N, 129°17´E.
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13/03/1943 Labillon (+1943) wreck
On March 13th, 1943, HMS Taurus (Lt. Cdr. M.R.G. Wingfield) sank the French tug Ghrib and the lighter Labillon with gunfire off Cassis, southern France.
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13/03/1943 Liege SS (+1943) wreck
The Belgian SS Liège (German controlled) was torpedoed by British E-boat and sank off Terschelling.
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13/03/1943 Marcella SS (+1943) wreck
At 05.30 hours on 13 Mar, 1943, U-107 attacked the convoy OS-44 190 miles west of Cape Finisterre and reported hits on three ships. In fact, four ships were hit, the Clan Alpine, Marcella, Oporto and Sembilangan. The master, 34 crew members and nine gunners from the Marcella (Master Richard Downie) were lost.
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13/03/1943 Momoyama Maru [+1943] wreck
Momoyama Maru [+1943] 1918 WAR LEOPARD (II), The Shipping Controller 1919 FRATELLI BIANCHI, Fratelli Bianchi di S, Genoa 1925 VILLA ADA, Soc di Nav per Trasporti Refrigeranti 'La Polare', Genoa 1927 ZERIBA, Zinal SS Co, London 1933 MOUNT CYNTHOS, Rethymnis & Kulukundis, Syra 1935 Kulukundis Shipping Co, Syra 1939 MOMOYAMA MARU, Yamashita Kisen K. K., Kobe On 13th March 1943, Momoyama Maru was sunk by USAAF B-17 aircraft, bombing a Japanese convoy off Wewak
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13/03/1943 Moray HMT (+1943) wreck
Moray HMT (+1943)HMT Moray employed on miscellaneous duties foundered off St. Ann's Head, Pembrokshire on the 13th March 1943.
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13/03/1943 Ocean Freedom SS [+1943] wreck
Raised on the 1st June 1943, beached and broken up.
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13/03/1943 Oporto SS (+1943) wreck
Oporto SS (+1943)At 05.30 hours on 13 Mar, 1943, U-107 attacked the convoy OS-44 190 miles west of Cape Finisterre and reported hits on three ships. In fact, four ships were hit, the Clan Alpine, Marcella, Oporto and Sembilangan. The master, 35 crew members and seven gunners from the Oporto (Master Fred Bird) were lost. Four crew members were picked up by the HMS Spiraea (K 08) (Lt A.H. Pierce OBE), transferred to HMS Gentian (K 90) (LtCdr H.H. Russell DSC) and landed at Gibraltar.
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13/03/1943 Sembilangan SS (+1943) wreck
Sembilangan SS (+1943)At 05.30 hours on 13 Mar, 1943, U-107 attacked the convoy OS-44 190 miles west of Cape Finisterre and reported hits on three ships. In fact, four ships were hit, the Clan Alpine, Marcella, Oporto and Sembilangan. The Sembilangan (Master P.M. Leguit) was hit by one torpedo that ignited the cargo of ammunition and the ship disintegrated. The fourth engineer was blown overboard and later picked up by an escort vessel as the only survivor.
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13/03/1943 U-163 (+1943) wreck
Sunk 13 March, 1943 in the North Atlantic north-west of Cape Finisterre by depth charges from the Canadian corvette HMCS Prescott. 57 dead (all hands lost).
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13/03/1944 Hara Maru (+1944) wreck
On March 13th, 1944, PBYs bomb Japanese shipping off Pelillo Island, 02°09´S, 140°19´E and sink the small cargo ship Hara Maru.
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13/03/1944 Kokuyo Maru (+1944) wreck
On March 13th 1944, US submarine Sand Lance (SS-381) attacks a Japanese convoy off Honshu, hereby sinking the light cruiser HIJMS Tatsuta and the cargo ship Kokuyo Maru, 150 miles South-SouthWest from Yokosuka.

Following the attack, Japanese escort vessels drop 105 depth charges and keep Sand Lance at deep submergence for 18.5 hours.
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13/03/1944 Peleus SS (+1944) wreck
Peleus SS (+1944)SS Peleus was a steam merchant ship built in 1928 by Gray and Company of West Hartlepool. Originally named Egglestone, she was acquired by the Nereus Steam Navigation company later that year and re-named after Peleús (Greek: ???e??), the mythical King of Aegina, and father of Achilles. She had an uneventful career in peacetime, and later during the Second World War: Then she worked under charter for the British government and operated in the South Atlantic, until her loss in March 1944. In March 1944 Peleus was travelling from Freetown to Buenos Aires in ballast under the command of her captain, Minas Mavris. On this trip she had a crew of 35 men, mostly Greek (18), but also British (8), Chinese (3), Egyptian (2), and four others. On the evening of 13 March 1944 she was spotted by U-852, which was en route to her patrol area in the Indian Ocean. Despite the secret nature of U-852’s mission, her captain Heinz-Wilhelm Eck decided to attack the Peleus; tracking her until night-fall, U-852 closed with her target on the surface and fired two torpedoes at close range. Peleus was hit, the first exploding in the number two hold, the second just aft in the number three hold. She quickly broke up, sinking in three minutes; all that was left of her was flotsam, including several liferafts, and the survivors of her crew, perhaps half their number. Eck took two men aboard for interrogation, Agis Kefalas, the Third Officer, and Pierre Neuman, a seaman; having established her name and details, he returned them to their raft. At this point Eck decided he must hide the evidence of his action by destroying the debris, including the life-rafts. For the next five hours, until 1 A.M. on the 14th, U-852 moved around the debris field, firing with her guns, small arms and grenades. Despite these efforts, not all the wreckage was destroyed, and four of the crew survived, though one, Kefalas died later of a wound in his arm.
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13/03/1944 Ryua Maru (+1944) wreck
On March 13th, 1944 US submarine Tautog (SS-199) sinks the Japanese army cargo ship Ryua Maru and transport Shojin Maru some 20 miles west of Rashuwa Island, Kurils.
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13/03/1944 Shojin Maru (+1944) wreck
On March 13th, 1944 US submarine Tautog (SS-199) sinks the Japanese army cargo ship Ryua Maru and transport Shojin Maru some 20 miles west of Rashuwa Island, Kurils.
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13/03/1944 Tatsuta IJN (+1944) wreck
Tatsuta IJN (+1944)On March 13th 1944, US submarine Sand Lance (SS-381) attacks a Japanese convoy off Honshu, hereby sinking the light cruiser HIJMS Tatsuta and the cargo ship Kokuyo Maru, 150 miles South-SouthWest from Yokosuka. Following the attack, Japanese escort vessels drop 105 depth charges and keep Sand Lance at deep submergence for 18.5 hours.
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13/03/1944 U-575 (+1944) wreck
U-575 was a German submarine Type VIIC. She was sunk on the 13th March 1944 in the north Atlantic north of the Azores by depth charges from the Canadian frigate HMCS Prince Rupert, the US destroyer USS Hobson, the US destroyer escort USS Haverfield, and by depth charges from a British Wellington and Fortress aircraft (Sqdn. 172/B and 206/R and 220/J) and Avenger aircraft of the US escort carrier USS Bogue. 18 dead and 37 survivors.
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13/03/1945 Aikoku Maru No.12 (+1945) wreck
On 13th March 1945, USAAF B-24s and B-25s on antishipping sweeps off the China coast between Foochow and Hong Kong attack Japanese convoy KAI-311, sinking cargo vessels No.12 Aikoku Maru and 37 Kokoku Maru and 18 Tarumizu Maru and No.34 Tarumizu Maru.
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13/03/1945 CD-66 (+1945) wreck
On 13th March 1945, USAAF B-24s (5th Air Force) sink Japanese Escort Vessel CD-66 (Coast Defense Vessel No.66) and transport Masajima Maru in South China Sea east of Swatow.
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13/03/1945 Kokoku Maru No.37 (+1945) wreck
On 13th March 1945, USAAF B-24s and B-25s on antishipping sweeps off the China coast between Foochow and Hong Kong attack Japanese convoy KAI-311, sinking cargo vessels No.12 Aikoku Maru and 37 Kokoku Maru and 18 Tarumizu Maru and No.34 Tarumizu Maru.
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13/03/1945 Masashima Maru (+1945) wreck
**WAS BOMBED & SUNK BY US LAND BASED AIRCRAFT ABOUT 40M S OF CANTON. OWNED AT TIME OF LOSS BY IINO KAIUN KK. (DODS).
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13/03/1945 Masashima or Masajima Maru [+1945] wreck
On 13th March 1945, USAAF B-24s (5th Air Force) sink Japanese Coast Defense Vessel No.66 and transport Masajima Maru in South China Sea east of Swatow, 23°30´N, 117°10´E.
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13/03/1945 Russel H. Chittenden SS (+1945) wreck
The American libertyship Russel H. Chittenden struck a reef at New Britain Island and broke in two.
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13/03/1945 Sealion HMS [+1945] wreck
Sealion HMS [+1945]HMS Sealion was an S-class submarine built in 1934 by Cammell Laird for the Royal Navy. HMS Sealion was a very active submarine in wordwar two. Notable sinkings were the merchants August Leonhardt, Toran, Ryfylke, Vesco and Island. She also challenged German u-boats U-21, U-62 and U-74. HMS Sealion was decomissioned and scuttled as an asdic target off the Isle of Arran, Scotland, March 3rd 1945.
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13/03/1945 Taber Park SS [+1945] wreck
Taber Park (FS-1753). Most likely torpedoed by a midget submarine.
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13/03/1945 Tarumizu Maru No.18 (+1945) wreck
On 13th March 1945, USAAF B-24s and B-25s on antishipping sweeps off the China coast between Foochow and Hong Kong attack Japanese convoy KAI-311, sinking cargo vessels No.12 Aikoku Maru and 37 Kokoku Maru and 18 Tarumizu Maru and No.34 Tarumizu Maru.
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13/03/1945 Tarumizu Maru No.34 (+1945) wreck
On 13th March 1945, USAAF B-24s and B-25s on antishipping sweeps off the China coast between Foochow and Hong Kong attack Japanese convoy KAI-311, sinking cargo vessels No.12 Aikoku Maru and 37 Kokoku Maru and 18 Tarumizu Maru and No.34 Tarumizu Maru.
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13/03/1945 UJ-1414 (Treff I) (+1945) wreck
UJ-1414 (Treff I) (+1945)The German submarine chaser UJ-1414 (ex-whaler TREFF I) was sunk off Lorient. After the war she was refloated and sold in 1948 to Norwegian owners and renamed BALEINE. She was sold to France the same year and finally scrapped in 1954.
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13/03/1948 Epine FV (GY7) (+1948) wreck
Epine FV (GY7) (+1948)On Saturday 13th March 1948 FV Epine (GY7) was wrecked on rocks at Snæfellsnes, Faxafloi, west coast of Iceland in a severe gale and blizzard. An Icelandic rescue party got a line to the vessel and took four of her crew off by breeches buoy. One other crew member managed to swim ashore but fourteen of her crew were lost as heavy seas swept the wreck. Clinging to the bridge, skipper Alfred Loftis was heard to shout:“I do not mind what happens to me so long as the boys are all right. Look after the boys.”
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13/03/1950 Cygnet ? SS [+1950] wreck
Cygnet SS was mined off Terschelling Light Vessel on the 13th March 1950 when on route from Emden for Hull with a cargo of scrap metal. She was later broken up at Dunstan on June 1950.
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13/03/1951 Fureteur FV (+1951) wreck
Bateau de pêche de La Rochelle, a mouillé en drague par vent de 100, 120 km/h. Il s´est perdu sur les Trupailles. Pas de survivants (parmi les morts Gabriel Papin). ;
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13/03/1953 Angy MV (+1953) wreck
The Liberian motortanker Angy caught fire and broke in two after she exploded about 1000 miles E. of New York. The aft part of the vessel was taken in tow but sank the next day.
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13/03/1955 Iason SS [+1955] wreck
Iason SS [+1955] S/S IASON; Owned by George J. Livanos and built in 1943 by Cook, Welton & Gemmell; 449 tons; 153.8x27.6x14; triple expansion engines On March 13th, 1955, the Greek trawler S/S lason was sinking in a storm. All looked well for the crew of 11, as the British P & O passenger liner S/S Stratheden came to their rescue, sending several lifeboats to pick them up. Unfortunately, upon returning to the Stratheden, one of the lifeboats capsized. In total, 8 brave men from the Stratheden, who sacrificed their lives for others and 11 from the Iason lost their lives. Only 4 from the Iason were saved. PS: Stratheden was in a second rescue near Madeira on December 23rd 1963, where she went to the aid of the burning Greek Liner TSMS Lakonia , where her excellently equipped hospital proved to be essential in saving many lives.
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13/03/1958 Nadia SS [+1958] wreck
**VESSEL SANK AFTER STRIKING WK OF "CITY OF PITTSBURGH". (LLOYDS)
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13/03/1961 Dominator SS (+1961) wreck
Dominator SS (+1961)Dominator SS was a Spanish cargo steamer of 7176grt that ran aground and was wrecked on the13th March 1961.
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13/03/1967 Mar De La Rochela [+1967] wreck
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13/03/1967 Stan Woolaway MV [+1967] wreck
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13/03/1968 Irian Sarmi MV [+1968] wreck
**VESSEL, BUILT 1949 BY CANTIERI NAVALI FELSZEGI, TRIESTE. OWNED AT TIME OF LOSS BY P.T. SANGSAKA LINES. STARTED TO TAKE ON WATER, WHILST UNDER TOW OF A TUG FOLLOWING REPAIRS AT JURONG SHIPYARD. DECISION TAKEN TO BEACH BUT VESSEL CAPSIZED & SANK. ALL 24 CREW RESCUED. (MSD).
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13/03/1968 Puerto De Ayamonte MV [+1968] wreck
Puerto De Ayamonte MV [+1968]En route de Suède vers Hamburg, son chargement de minerai de fer en glissant provoque sa perte. Equipage sauvé par un navire russe En route from Sweden loaded with iron ore, cargo slipping causes the loss. Crew rescued by a Russian ship En el camino desde Suecia a Hamburgo, cargado de mineral de hierro hundió por deslizamiento de la carga. La tripulación fue rescatada por un barco ruso A caminho da Suécia para Hamburgo, carregado de minério de ferro afundou por ter deslizado a sua carga. Tripulantes resgatados por um navio russo
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13/03/1970 Inter Wave MV (+1970) wreck
MV Inter Wave ran aground and was wrecked at Cockle Bank, Greta Yarmouth on the 13th March 1970. She was re built and made into an inland waterways dedger in 1971.
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13/03/1970 Interwave MV [+1970] wreck
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13/03/1972 Jeannette FV (UK-93) [+1972] wreck
On March 13th, 1972, the Dutch motor trawler JEANNETTE, was sunk in a collision with the ship FUCHSBERG, off Texel.
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13/03/1974 Morshansk [+1974] wreck
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13/03/1975 Sten Trans MV [+1975] wreck
Sten Trans MV [+1975]The Danish dredger Sten Trans (aka Saugbagger) was carrying a heavy load of stones from Island Samsö to Kiel, when on March 14th, 1975, she developped a heavy list in a storm, capsized and sank, 12 miles of Kedsnar Light, off Langeland. The crew of 15 were rescued. Sten Trans was originally built in 1967 in Hungary as the freighter Pedro King and war rebuilt in 1972 as a dredger in Denmark.
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13/03/1975 Virginia [+1975] wreck
**CAUGHT FIRE & SANK 2M OFF GRENADA, WEST INDIES. (LL).
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13/03/1976 Cape Freels MFV [+1976] wreck
SANK FOLLOWING A FIRE (LL 15.3.76)
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13/03/1976 Ghinda ? [+1976] wreck
**´GHINDA´, EX ´MOHAMMED NURE ALI´, STRANDED APPROX 10KM FROM MOKHA. CARGO OF 2000 CASES OF MATCHES & 133 EMPTY DRUMS, ALL DRUMS & 950 CARTONS OF MATCHES SALVAGED. VESSEL PRESENTLY FILLED WITH WATER. (LL, 13.4.76).
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13/03/1976 Sergio P. MV [+1976] wreck
Broken up at Split in 12/1977
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13/03/1978 Achilleas MV [+1978] wreck
Achilleas MV [+1978]MV Achilleas foundered when 1.5nm off Paphos on the 13rh March 1978 when on route from Milos for Larnaca in ballast.
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13/03/1978 Mousse-bihan 4 MFV [+1978] wreck
Mousse-bihan 4 MFV [+1978]
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13/03/1980 Helene Jensen MV [+1980] wreck
Helene Jensen MV [+1980]Danish coaster Helene Jensen, in ballast from Haugesund to Svelgen, ran aground during a gale and was wrecked near Stord.
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13/03/1981 Daito Maru No.55 (+1981) wreck
On March 13, 1981, the Japanese trawler Daito Maru No.55 foundered, 80 mi NW of Adak. 26 were lost.
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13/03/1982 Cathy Colleen MFV [+1982] wreck
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13/03/1982 Risnes MV [+1982] wreck
MV Risnes was on passage from Fredericia for the Orkney Islands with a cargo of fertilizer when she foundered.
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13/03/1983 Amethyst (+1983) wreck
Amethyst; Small Fishing Boat; 9.82 tons; 9x3.4x1.5 m.; Owned by Guthrie, V. R; Built at Peter Kruger in 1970. On 13 March 1983, Amethyst with a crew of 1, was lost.
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13/03/1983 Equinox MFV (+1983) wreck
MFV Equinox capsized and sank March 13th, 1983 in Lynn Canal two miles east of Haines.
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13/03/1983 Port Bougenville [+1983] wreck
**CAUGHT FIRE. COAST GUARD ATTEMPTED TO TOW VESSEL BUT WAS UNABLE TO CONTROL BLAZE. TOWED OUT TO SEA AND ALLOWED TO SINK. (LL).
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13/03/1984 Sonia G. Masiques MV [+1984] wreck
**CARGO SHIFTED IN ROUGH SEAS ON VOYAGE VALLCARCA FOR SAN ANTONIO, IBIZA. ALL 7 CREW MISSING. (LLOYDS VOL.255)
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13/03/1986 Moncho Reboredo MV [+1986] wreck
Moncho Reboredo MV [+1986]Navire victime d'un incemdie pres de Bizerte, Tunisie. L'incendie éteint mais abandonné par l'équipage, heurte la jetée du port. On décida alors de le remorquer au large et le couler au canon The ship suffered a fire near Bizerte, Tunisia. The fire extinguished but abandoned by the crew, struck the pier. It was then decided to tow her off and sink by canon La nave sufrió un incendio cerca de Bizerta, Túnez. El fuego se extinguió, pero abandonado por la tripulación, chocó contra el muelle del puerto. Se decidió entonces que fuera a remolque al mar y se hundiera a cañonazo O navio sofreu um incêndio perto de Bizerte, Tunísia. O fogo extinto, mas abandonado pela tripulação, atingiu o quebra mar do porto . Foi então decidiido rebocá-lo fora e afunda-lo ao canhão
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13/03/1986 Saer MV [+1986] wreck
Saer MV [+1986]Saer MV was a Cypriot MV of 785 tons built in 1959 by George Brown & Company, Greenock, Yard No 272 for Tyne Tees Steam Shipping Company, Newcastle as the YORKSHIRE COAST MV. She was powered by a oil 2SA 6cy (340x570mm) 900bhp, giving 11 knots, machinery aft, Max Bunker Capacity 52 tons Diesel Oil, Generating Plant 2 x 55kW + 1 x 15kW @ 220VDC. Engines by British Polar Engines Ltd. She had several owners:- 1972-76 J. & A. Gardner, Glasgow renamed SAINT ENOCH. 1976-80 Galwave Navigation Co, Cyprus renamed GALWAVE. 1980-86 Ugarit Navigation, Cyprus renamed SAER. On the 13th March 1986 she sank after collision with the MV OMAR B (891grt/1965) when on a voyage from Beirut to Limassol.
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13/03/1987 Geopeter MV [+1987] wreck
**VESSEL, BUILT 1964, BY NIIGATA ENGINEERING CO., LTD. OWNED AT TIME OF LOSS BY GEORGE & PETER LINES INC. ON PASSAGE FROM DUMAGUETE, NEGROS I. FOR DAPITAN, MINDANAO I. CAUGHT FIRE, REPORTED DUE FAULTY ELECTRICAL WIRING. BURNT FOR FIVE DAYS AND EVENTUALLY SANK WHEN ATTEMPTS WERE BEING MADE TO BEACH HER. ALL CREW AND PASSENGERS RESCUED. (MSD).
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13/03/1988 Mano MV [+1988] wreck
**GROUNDED WHILE ON PASSAGE MONROVIA FOR FARMINGTON RIVER.
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13/03/1989 Perintis MV [+1989] wreck
Vessel built in 1977 by HEINRICH BRAND SCHIFFSWERFT GMBH & CO. Owned at the time of the loss OCEAN CONTAINER FEEDER INC. Vessel was on passage from HAMBURG FOR JAKARTA. Cargo shifted in storm conditions, vessel took on a heavy list & sank. Lengthy salvage operations took place over a number of weeks to recover the highly toxic cargo.
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13/03/1990 Blakeney [+1990] wreck
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13/03/1991 Valkyrie MFV [+1991] wreck
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13/03/1993 L'Urtiga MFV [+1993] wreck
l´Urtiga, French gillnetfisher, sunk when she struck with an existing wreck, probably the Saint Camille.
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13/03/1995 Pelhunter MV [+1995] wreck
**VESSEL, BUILT 1977 BY SALAMIS SHIPYARDS S.A., SALAMIS. OWNED AT TIME OF LOSS BY PELASGOS MARITIME CO. ON PASSAGE FROM VALENCIA FOR PIRAEUS. SANK PRESUMABLY DUE TO STRONG WAVE. FIFTEEN CREW MEMBERS ON BOARD, OF WHOM THREE RESCUED, SEVEN RECOVERED DEAD & FIVE MISSING. (MSD).
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13/03/1997 Astrolabe (P680) (+1997) wreck
Astrolabe (P680) (+1997)1964: affecté au Centre d'Expérimentions du Pacique pour les essais nucléaires. 1989: utilisé comme source de pièces de rechange. 13.03.1997: utilisé comme cible de tir en Atlantique 1964: assigned to the Pacific Experimentl Centre for nuclear testing. 1989 used as a source of spare parts. 13.03.1997: used as target shooting in Atlantic 1964: asignado al Centro experimental del Pacífico de pruebas nucleares. 1989 se utilizó como fuente de repuestos. 13.03.1997: se utiliza como el tiro al blanco en el Atlántico 1964: designado para o Centro Experimental do Pacífico paraa testes nucleares. 1989: usados ​​como fonte de reposição. 13.03.1997: usado como tiro ao alvo no Atlântico
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13/03/1999 Ascania MFV [+1999] wreck
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13/03/2004 Ocean Hunter MFV [+2004] wreck
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13/03/2005 Explorer 1 [+2005] wreck
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13/03/2008 Bona Terra SV (+2008) wreck
13.03.2008: le yacht de haute mer barré par son propriétaire émit un signal de détresse par radio balise à 17 km S du cap Horn. Dans des conditions metéo très difficiles, le navire usine Antartic Bay réussit à recueillir le marin 13.03.2008: offshore yacht skippered by her owner issued a distress radio beacon at 17 km S of Cape Horn. In very difficult weather conditions, the factory ship Antartic Bay managed to rescue the skipper 13.03.2008: yate de alta mar patroneado por su titular emitió una radiobaliza de socorro, a 17 km S del Cabo de Hornos. En condiciones climáticas muy difíciles, el buque factoría Antartic Bay logró rescatar el marinero 13.03.2008: iate se alto mar comandado pelo seu proprietário que emitiu sinais de rádio balisa aos 17 km S de Cabo Horn. Em condições climatéricas muito difíceis, o navio-fábrica Antartic Bay conseguiu resgatar o marinheiro
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13/03/2011 Iria Flavia MFV [+2011] wreck
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13/03/2012 Kenos Athena MV (+2012) wreck
Kenos Athena MV (+2012)MV Kenos Athena issued distress signal at around 13.30 LT March 13th in Guandong Province waters, China. The vessel was on route from Ulsan to Zhuhai loaded with 7000 mt of sulfur acid, and reported water ingress. Some time later master reported list 40 degrees, and crew evacuation. 18 crew was rescued by fishing vessel and later delivered to Hong Kong. No leak of chemical reported.
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13/03/2012 Shariatpur-1 MV (+2012) wreck
Shariatpur-1 MV (+2012)Shariatpur-1 sank on the 13th March 2012 after being hit by a small cargo ship in the Meghna River, south-west of the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka. The accident occurred at about 1430 local time on Meghna River approximately 20 miles south of Dhaka. The ferry was traveling to Dhaka from the Shariatpur district with more than 250 people on board when the collision occurred. The exact number of passengers is yet to be determined as passenger manifests in the region are often inaccurate. About 60 people survived the disaster. As of March 15th evening time the death toll jumped to 132.
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13/03/2012 Yuan Tong MV (+2012) wreck
Yuan Tong MV (+2012)M/V Yuan Tong a Panamanian flagged cargo ship carrying a crew of 40, among them 20 Chinese, sank bow first off Zhoushan in East-China's Zhejiang Province, after having departed from the Longshan Shipyard on the13th March 2012. 1 crew dead and seven missing. Owned by Nanjing Ocean Shipping Co. Ltd. with a Panamanian flag.
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