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12/11/1633 Delfshaven (+1633) wreck
Delfshaven Jacht; Built at Delft and in service for the VOC from 1621 till 1633; 400 tons; On November 12th 1633, Delfshaven was lost, off Batavia. Voyages: (1) In service for Kamer van Delft - 16/12/1621 departure Goeree, Capt. Jakob Jansz. van Delfshaven - 06/06/1622 arrival Batavia - In service for Kamer van Delft - 01/02/1623 departure Batavia, Capt. M. Gerritsz. Root - no stop at the Cape - 09/1623 arrival Zeeland - (2) In service for Kamer van Delft - 04/01/1625 departure Goeree, Capt. Jakob Pietersz. Hein - - 09/09/1625 arrival Pulicat - In service for Kamer van Delft - 02/02/1626 departure Batavia, Capt. Jacob Pankras van Vlissingen - - 09/1626 arrival Maas - (3) In service for Kamer van Rotterdam - 18/11/1627 departure Goeree - - 01/08/1628 arrival Batavia - In service for Kamer van Rotterdam - 03/11/1628 departure Batavia - 18/07/1629 arrival Goeree - (4) In service for Kamer van Rotterdam - 21/04/1630 departure Goeree - - 18/12/1630 arrival Batavia - In service for Kamer van Amsterdam - 08/03/1631 departure Batavia, Capt. Adriaan Tonneman - Cape Good Hope from 10/06/1631 till 22/06/1631 - 09/10/1631 arrival Texel - (5) In service for Kamer van Amsterdam - 18/04/1632 departure Texel - 08/09/1632 arrival Batavia -
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12/11/1699 Biddeford HMS (+1699) wreck
HMS BIDDEFORD; 6th rate; 24 cannons; 256 bm; 93x25 ft; Built in 1695 by Barrett, Harwich. Wrecked in 1699. 1695 Capt. Thomas THATCHER, promoted to BIDDDEFORD as a post-captain on 19 October. 1697 Capt. Samuel MARTIN, promoted to BIDDDEFORD as a post-captain on 18 October. Wrecked 12th November 1699 on Point Baque
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12/11/1773 Comtesse de Forqualquier SV (+1773) wreck
Navire basé à Nantes (région Pays de la Loire, France) de retour de Saint Domingue vers son port d'attache chargé de sucre et indigo, fit naufrage sur la côte O de l'île de Quiberon (Bretagne) Ship based in Nantes (region Pays de la Loire, France) back from Santo Domingo to her home port loaded with sugar and indigo, was wrecked on the W coast of the island of Quiberon (Brittany) Barco basado en Nantes (región Pays de la Loire, Francia) proveniente de Santo Domingo para su puerto de armamento cargado de azúcar y añil, naufragó en la costa O de la isla de Quiberon (Bretaña) Navio baseado em Nantes (região Pays de la Loire, França), de volta de Santo Domingo a seu porto de origem carregados com açúcar e índigo, naufragou na costa O da ilha de Quiberon (Bretanha)
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12/11/1813 Eight Brothers (+1813) wreck
Eight Brothers; 44 tons; On the 12nd November 1813, Eight Brothers ran aground, off Prospect. Cargo: ballast.
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12/11/1842 Reliance (+1842) wreck
Reliance was a British East Indiaman that ran aground off Boulogne on the 12th November 1842 with the loss of around 112 lives including the Captain. She left Canton on the 7th May with tea for England. The crew consisted of 75 Enlishmen, 27 Chinese and 20 Dutchmen.
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12/11/1849 Caleb Grimshaw SV (+1849) wreck
Caleb Grimshaw SV (+1849) Paquebot construit pour le transport d'immigrants aux USA. 12.11.1849: A son sixième voyage, en route de Liverpool vers New York avec 450 personnes environ à bord, a pris feu à 16 m.n. de l'île de Flores, Açores. 17 à 20.11.1848: La barque Sarah recueillit dans des conditions difficiles les rescapés, mais 99 vies furent perdues dans le sinistre. Ship built for the transport of immigrants in the United States. 12.11.1849: On her sixth trip, en route from Liverpool to New York with about 450 people on board, caught fire at 16 n.m. from Flores island, Azores. 17 to 20.11.1849: The bark Sarah in difficult conditions rescued the survivors, but 99 lives were lost in the disaster. Buque construido para el transporte de inmigrantes en los Estados Unidos. 12.11.1849: En su sexto viaje, en ruta de Liverpool a Nueva York con unas 450 personas a bordo, se incendió a 16 m.n. de la isla de Flores, Azores. 17 al 20.11.1848: El barco Sarak recogió en condiciones difíciles los sobrevivientes, pero 99 vidas se perdieron en el siniestro Navio construído para o transporte de imigrantes nos Estados Unidos. 11.12.1849: Em sua sexta viagem, a caminho de Liverpool a Nova York com umas 450 pessoas a bordo, pegou fogo a 16 m.n. da ilha de Flores, Açores. 17 a 20.11.1849: A barca Sarah em condições difíceis resgatou os sobreviventes, mas 99 vidas foram perdidas no desastre.
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12/11/1860 Arabia (+1860) wreck
ARABIA; 1273 tons; Owned by Capt. Harding, J. Badger & Others; Registered at Brunswick, Maine,. On 12 November 1860, ARABIA (Capt. Harding) was on voyage from Liverpool to Melbourne with a cargo of general goods (1,500 iron), when she was lost due to a fire.
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12/11/1865 Aenid (+1865) wreck
Aenid; Cutter 1 Mast; Owned by Commodore Sir W. Wiseman; On 12 November 1865, Aenid (Lt Broughton) was on voyage from Sydney to Broken Bay with a crew of 6, when she was lost off Long Reef, Sydney.
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12/11/1870 Citadel SS (+1870) wreck
SS Citadel ran aground and was wrecked near Ronehamn, Gotaland on the 12th November 1870.
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12/11/1874 Cleopatra (+1874) wreck
Cleopatra; Coaster; On 12 November 1874, Cleopatra (Capt. Edward Fothergill) was on voyage to Fremantle with a cargo of lead ore, when she was lost off Pelsart Island.
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12/11/1874 Juliet (+1874) wreck
Juliet; 145 tons; Registered at Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. Juliet was on voyage from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada to Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. On the 12nd November 1874, Juliet ran aground, off Digby Neck, western end.
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12/11/1874 Lucy (+1874) wreck
Lucy; Schooner; 66 tons; 21.8x6.8x3 m.; Built in 1846. On 12 November 1874, Lucy (Henry Nich) was on voyage from Sydney when she was lost off Indispensable Reef (South of).
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12/11/1875 Blanche (+1875) wreck
Blanche; 220 tons; Registered at Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada. Blanche was on voyage from St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, United States to Liverpool (NS ?). On the 12nd November 1875, Blanche was lost in a storm, off Pubnico Beach.
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12/11/1875 Lyttona (+1875) wreck
Lyttona; Schooner; 74 tons; 30.3x4.9x2.2 m.; Built in 1867. On 12 November 1875, Lyttona was lost off Hada Bay, Solomon Islands.
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12/11/1876 Chanticleer SV (+1876) wreck
En route de Viborg (Dannemark) vers Cette (aujourd'hui Sète), France, chargé de bois, fit naufrage au Cabo de Ares, Portugal, avec 2 pertes humaines dont le capitaine Left Viborg (Denmark) to Cette (now Sète), France, loaded with timber, sank in Cabo de Ares, Portugal, with 2 casualties including her captain Zarpó de Viborg (Dinamarca) para Cette (ahora Sète), Francia, cargado con madera, y se hundió en Cabo dos Ares, Portugal, con dos bajas entre ellos el capitán Zarpou de Viborg (Dinamarca) para Cette (agora Sète), França), carregado com madeira, e naufragou no Cabo de Ares, Portugal, com duas mortes, incluindo o capitão
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12/11/1876 Genoa SS (+1876) wreck
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12/11/1878 James R. Bentley (+1878) wreck
Bound Buffalo for Chicago, she struck a shoal in heavy weather and foundered. Her crew was rescued from rough seas by the bark ERASTUS CORNING(qv). Wreck was located in 1984.
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12/11/1879 Pallas SS (+1879) wreck
Pallas SS (+1879)On November 12th, 1879, the Dutch iron cargo ship PALLAS, built in 1872 by Backhouse & Dixon and owned at the time of her loss by Koninklijke Nederlandsche Stoomboot Maatschappij, on voyage from St. Petersburg to Rotterdam, was lost in a storm near Ijmuiden. 20 people lost their lives.
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12/11/1881 Brunswick SS (+1881) wreck
Brunswick SS (+1881)She collided with the heavily laden schooner CARLINGFORD (qv) in a night of fitful squalls. Her skipper checked to make sure schooner's crew were abandoning, then ran her for shore, his vessel sinking a few miles short about 45 minutes after the collision. Those lost were drowned when a lifeboat was capsized by the sinking steamer. Bound Buffalo for Duluth. Owned by Charles Bewick, et. al., of Detroit. Master: Capt. Chamberlain.
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12/11/1881 Carlingford SV (+1881) wreck
Carlingford SV (+1881)Collided with iron steamer BRUNSWICK (qv), 10 mi E of Dunkirk and 10 miles from shore in a mixup of passing signals - both vessels sank. The dead crewman was lost in the scramble to her boats as she quickly went down. Owned by Beverstock, et. al., Huron, Oh. Master: Capt. Durand. One report says she drifted below the surface until her wreckage came to rest near Port Colborne, Ont., 30 miles from wreck site, but the wreck was discovered only 12 miles off Dunkirk in the mid-1990’s.
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12/11/1883 A. Fred Archer (+1883) wreck
A. Fred Archer; 169 tons; Built at Port Medway, Nova Scotia , Canada in 1882. Registered at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. Registration no. 83301. On the 12nd November 1883, A. Fred Archer ran aground, off Hen and Chickens Rocks, Sunday Point, Yarmouth Sound, above. Cargo: hogsheads? molases.
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12/11/1883 Commodore SV (+1883) wreck
Commodore was a sealer/whaler that was wrecked on Petries Ledge, Cape Breton Island on the 12th November 1883 when on route from Harbour Grace of Sydney in ballast.
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12/11/1883 Hattie Chester FV (+1883) wreck
FV Hattie Chester was an American fishing schooner built at Essex, USA in 1878 and operating from the Port of Gloucester. She sailed from Boston on the 7th November 1883 for a haddock trip to the Georges fishing grounds. She foundered in the gale/storm of the 12th November 1883 as she was never heard of again. Lost with 14 men. Owned by George Steele of Gloucester.
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12/11/1883 Helen M. Dennis FV (+1883) wreck
FV Helen M. Dennis was an American fishing schooner operating from the Port of Gloucester. She was built at Ipswich, USA in 1868. She left the port on the 1st November 1883 for the Western Bank fishing grounds and was not seen since. Probably foundered in the gale/storm of the 12th November 1883. 12 men lost. Owned by George Dennis of Gloucester.
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12/11/1883 John McDonough FV (+1883) wreck
FV John McDonough was an American fishing schooner built at Essex in 1883 by Willard A. Burnham for Capt. John McDonough. She operated from the Port of Gloucester and this was her maiden fishing trip. She left Gloucester and sailed for Provincetown arriving on the 10th November 1883. She sailed then for Georges fishing grounds and was probably lost in the gale/storm of the 12th November 1883 as she was never heard of again. Lost with 16 men.
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12/11/1883 Livinia Elizabeth (+1883) wreck
Livinia Elizabeth; 49 tons; Registered at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. On the 12nd November 1883, Livinia Elizabeth was lost due to a leakage, off Thomas Head.
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12/11/1883 Maud F. Leighton FV (+1883) wreck
FV Maud F. Leighton was an American fishing schooner built at Essex, USA in 1882 and operating from the Port of Gloucester. She sailed from Gloucester on the 26th October for Provincetown to take on bait arriving and leaving there on the 29th October and sailed for the Georges fishing grounds. She was never seen again and probably foundered in the gale/storm of the 12th November 1883. Lost with 12 men. Owned by Andrew Leighton of Gloucester.
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12/11/1883 Ruth Groves FV (+1883) wreck
FV Ruth Groves was an American fishing schooner built at Essex, USA in 1867. She operated from the Port of Gloucester. She left Gloucester on the 17th October and put into Provincetown to collect bait and sailed from there on the 21st October 1883 for the Georges fishing grounds. She was never seen again and probably foundered in the gale/storm of the 12th November 1883. Lost with 12 men. Owned by James Mansfield & Sons of Gloucester.
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12/11/1883 Rutherford B. Hayes FV (+1883) wreck
FV Rutherford B. Hayes was an American fishing schooner built at Gloucester in 1877 and operating from this port. She left the port of the 31st October 1883 for the Georges fishing grounds and was never heard of again. Probably foundered in the gale/storm of the 12th November 1883. 12 men lost.
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12/11/1883 Sultana FV (+1883) wreck
FV Sultana was an American fishing schooner built at Essex, USA in 1869. She operated from the Port of Gloucester. She sailed from the port on the 19th October 1883 for the Western Bank fishing grounds and was never seen again. Probably foundered in the gale/storm of the 12th November 1883. Lost with 14 men. Owned by Andrew Leighton of Gloucester.
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12/11/1883 Witchcraft FV (+1883) wreck
Witchcraft FV was an American fishing schooner built at Essex, USA in 1850 and operating from the Port of Gloucester. She sailed from the port in November and took bait on at Provincetown and sailed for the Georges fishing grounds. She was last seen on the southern part of Brown's Bank by the schooner FV Marathon on the 11th November 1883. She is presumed to have been lost in the gale/storm of the 12th November 1883. 11 men lost. Owned by William B. Coombs of Gloucester.
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12/11/1884 Ann Hilty (+1884) wreck
Ann Hilty; 16 tons; Registered at Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada. On the 12nd November 1884, Ann Hilty was lost in a storm, off Lower Woods Harbour.
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12/11/1884 Eliza Walker (+1884) wreck
Eliza Walker; Ketch; 79 tons; 24.9x6.3x2.2 m.; Owned by G. Walker, J. Olson; Built at Giles Jenkins in 1884. Registered at Sydney. Registration no. 99/1884. On 12 November 1884, Eliza Walker was on voyage from Sydney to Nambucca River when she foundered (no known reason) off between Sydney and Nambucca.
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12/11/1885 Berteaux (+1885) wreck
Berteaux; Cargo; Barquentine; 1022 tons; Owned by G. E. Berteaux; Built in 1873. Registered at St Johns, New Brunswick. On 12 November 1885, Berteaux with a cargo of to collect guano, was lost due to a fire off Browse Island.
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12/11/1885 Wild Rose (+1885) wreck
Wild Rose; 25 tons; Registered at Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada. On the 12nd November 1885, Wild Rose was lost in a storm, off Cape Sable.
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12/11/1886 Webfoot SV (+1886) wreck
On 12th November 1886, during a voyage from Port Townsend, California to Callao the British sailing ship Webfoot sprang a leak off Royal Roads, Panama, caught fire and was abandoned.
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12/11/1889 Abstainer (+1889) wreck
ABSTAINER; Ketch; 34 tons; Length: 20.9 m.; Owned by A. O´keefe; Built at Charles Poole in 1877. Registered at Melbourne. On 12 November 1889, ABSTAINER (Capt. Thompson) was on voyage from Lakes Entrance to Melbourne when she was lost after running aground. 2 died.
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12/11/1890 Marie SV (+1890) wreck
Marie; 663 tons; Wood hull; Registered at Norway. Marie was on voyage from Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. On the 12nd November 1890, Marie was lost in a storm, off Aspy Bay.
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12/11/1890 Messenger SS (+1890) wreck
Messenger SS (+1890)When the steam barge Messenger caught fire at a dock in Rogers City it was cut free and allowed to drift out into the lake where it finally sank about 4 miles offshore. Its burnt hull sits upright on the lake bottom with rudder, engine and anchors still in place.
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12/11/1891 Ichang PSS (+1891) wreck
Ichang PSS (+1891)Wrecked in fog on Nemesis Rock, off Tiger Island, on voyage Shanghai to Ningpo.
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12/11/1891 Leviathan SS (+1891) wreck
Leviathan SS (+1891)Burned to a total loss at her dock at about midnight. Later stripped, towed out into the lake and scuttled. She was a very famous wrecking tug in the Straits area and Detroit, owned by the Grummond Line of tugs.
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12/11/1891 Pinnas SS (+1891) wreck
Foundered ( Abandoned ) at 54.30N 03 .30E
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12/11/1892 Maggie Logan (+1892) wreck
Maggie Logan; Ketch; 27 tons; 17.7x4.9x1.2 m.; Built in 1869. Registered at Rockhampton. On 12 November 1892, Maggie Logan was lost off Cairns.
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12/11/1892 Marquis SV (+1892) wreck
Stranded in a blizzard and gale. USLS saved four of her crew, the rest made it to shore on their own. Registration document says "Got on reef in snowstorm, total loss, 3 mi S of Port Hope." A few days later she was reported "split and flattened out."
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12/11/1894 Coranna SV (+1894) wreck
3.11.1884: Quitta Bordeaux (France) pour Cardiff (GB) chargé de poteaux de mines. 12.11.1894: sous une violente tempête, il échoue après 9 jours de mer à 170 m. n. de son port de départ. après avoir cassé son gouvernail, au S du rocher de Groix. L'équipage fut récupéré par un cable va et vient depuis le rivage 3.11.1884: left Bordeaux (France) for Cardiff (UK) loaded with pit props. 12.11.1894: in a storm, ran aground after 9 days at sea atomly 170 n. m. from her port of departure. after suffering rudder broken, at S of the rock Groix. The crew was rescueded up by a cable back and forth from the shore 3.11.1884: zarpó de Burdeos (Francia) para Cardiff (Reino Unido), cargado con postes de mina. 12.11.1894: en una tormenta, varó después de 9 días en el mar a solamente 170 m. n. de su puerto de partida, con el timón roto, al S de la roca Groix. La tripulación fue recogida por un cable de ida-vuelta desde la orilla 3.11.1884: zarpou de Bordeaux (França) para Cardiff (Reino Unido), carregafo com postes de minas. 12.11.1894: em uma tempestade, encalhou depois de 9 dias no mar a somente 170 m. n. do seu porto de partida. depois de quebrar o leme, ao S de racha Groix. A tripulação foi regatada por um cabo de vaívem a partir da costa
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12/11/1895 Lucy SS (+1895) wreck
Wrecked whilst dredging at East London.
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12/11/1895 Nanking SS (+1895) wreck
Wrecked at entrance to Chefoo. Hong Kong to Newchwang.
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12/11/1897 John E. McKenzie FV (+1897) wreck
FV John E. McKenzie, 130.83 tons gross and 124.34 tons net tonnage fishing schooner built in Essex in 1893, and owned by Hugh Parkhurst & Co., and her master, Capt. Andrew McKenzie. She left port October 12th 1897 for a fresh halibut trip to the Grand Banks. The vessel was spoken a few days before the severe gale of November 12th and 13th and is supposed to have foundered in that gale. The schooner was one of the largest of the fleet and was manned by a picked crew, several having sailed as masters of other vessels. Capt. McKenzie came to Gloucester at the age of 17, and was among the most successful masters in the Iceland halibut and Newfoundland herring fisheries, his stock for the past nine years being $170,515.58.
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12/11/1899 Martha D. Mclain (+1899) wreck
Martha D. Mclain; 49 tons; Wood hull; Registered at Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada. Martha D. Mclain was on voyage from Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada to Fishing voyage. On the 12nd November 1899, Martha D. Mclain was lost in a storm, off Sulis Point, Annapolis Basin.
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12/11/1899 Mary E. Whorf (+1899) wreck
Mary E. Whorf; 77 tons; Wood hull; Registered at Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada. Mary E. Whorf was on voyage from Tiverton, Nova Scotia, Canada to Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, Canada. On the 12nd November 1899, Mary E. Whorf was lost in a storm, off Petit Passage.
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12/11/1900 Hildegarde SS (+1900) wreck
Wrecked in thick fog while on a voyage from Almeria to the Tyne with a cargo of iron ore and esparto grass.
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12/11/1901 County Of Lancaster SV [+1901] wreck
Only for Hydrographic service subscribers.
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12/11/1901 Quillota SV (I) [+1901] wreck
Quillota SV (I) [+1901]On November 12th, 1901, the French iron fully rigged ship QUILLOTA, built in 1876 by Robert Steele & Co. and owned at the time of her loss by Antoine Bordes, on voyage from Nantes to North Shields in ballast, was wrecked in a storm on Hendon Beach, off Sunderland. 17 people lost their lives.
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12/11/1901 Wyong (+1901) wreck
Wyong; 37 tons; 22.6x4.8x1.2 m.; Built in 1884. Registered at Sydney. Registration no. 24/1897. On 12 November 1901, Wyong (Thomas Radcliffe) with a cargo of tug, was lost off South Solitary Island.
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12/11/1902 Black Prince FV (SN130) (+1902) wreck
On 12/11/1902 steam trawler BLACK PRINCE stranded and was wrecked on a beach 2 miles north of the River Don, Aberdeen in SE gale force 9. Crew saved.
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12/11/1903 Seattle SS (+1903) wreck
Seattle SS (+1903)She sprang a leak in gale, her fires were flooded out, and she stranded and broke up. She had been bound Parry Sound for Detroit. The crew made it to Green Isl. in her lifeboat, were later picked up by the Red Rock lightkeeper. Master: Capt. Charles Barnes.
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12/11/1903 Sir George (+1903) wreck
Sir George; Ketch; 94 tons; 28.4x7.1x2.2 m.; Owned by J. Hibbard Sr & J. Hibbard Jnr; Built at Thomas Davis in 1892. Registered at Sydney. Registration no. 98/1892. On 12 November 1903, Sir George (S. Lindbergh) was on voyage from Port Macquarie to Sydney with a cargo of timber (hardwood), 40000ft and a crew of 6, when she was lost in a storm off 2 miles North of Smoky Cape. 2 died, of which 2 crew.
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12/11/1904 Annie Falconer SV (+1904) wreck
Annie Falconer SV (+1904)She swamped and sank in a storm. Her crew made it safely to Amherst I. on their own in 5.5 hours, but mate later died of exposure. Bound Sodus, New York for Kingston, Ont with a cargo of coal. Owned by her skipper, Capt. M. Ackerman of Picton.
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12/11/1905 Bavaria SS (+1905) wreck
SS Bavaria foundered when 2 miles off Belle Isle when on route from Barry to Bordeaux with a cargo of coal on the 13th November 1905.
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12/11/1905 R.J. Hackett SS (+1905) wreck
R.J. Hackett SS (+1905)In November 1905, the Hackett was on its way from Cleveland to Marinette, Wisconsin carrying a load of coal. On the morning of November 12 a fire started in the Hackett's crew quarters. The fire soon spread to the oil in the engine room. Captain McCallum ran the ship aground on Whaleback Reef off Washington Island in Green Bay, and the crew of 13 escaped in the lifeboats. A nearby fishing tug picked up the crew and took them ashore. Flames from the fire were also seen by men from the nearby Plum Island Life-Saving and Light Stations, who headed for the ship. By the time they reached the Hackett, fire had consumed the aft of the ship, and soon the entire vessel was gone down to the waterline The ship at this time was valued at $20,000 but insured for only $12,000.
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12/11/1907 Hazel Branch SS (I) (+1907) wreck
Hazel Branch SS (I) (+1907)The British cargo S/S Hazel Branch, built in 1889 and owned at the time of her loss by the Nautlus Steamship Co, was wrecked on November 12th, 1907, in the Straits of Magellan. She was on a voyage from Antofagasta to Liverpool and Dunkirk.
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12/11/1908 Croisset SV (+1908) wreck
Croisset SV (+1908)The French 3-masted steel barque of 3.080 tons CROISSET built in 1899, ran aground off Kearney Point, Ireland, November 12th, 1912. She was on voyage from New Caledonia to Glasgow with 3.500 tons of nickel. There were no casualties. Several attempts to refloat her failed and she was a total loss. Note : she had 4 sisterships: NANTES, DIEPPEDALLE, BIESSARD and HAUTOT.
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12/11/1909 Hedjin SS (+1909) wreck
SS Hedjin foundered off Karaburnu on the 12th November 1909. Owned at the time by Manizade.
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12/11/1909 Marie Hackfeld SV [+1909] wreck
Was towed out of the port of Hamburg by the tug "Vulcan" into the North Sea. Due to heavy weather and high waves in the Elbe estuary the tow line continously jerked. Although the ship and tug tried everything to ease up the line, it finally broke. The ship ran aground on the sandbank Großer Vogelsand. After a frightfull night on the grounded wreck the crew was rescued by the steamer NEUWERK and life-rescue boat UNDINE. The ship was bought by her Bremen owners under the name "Marie Hackfield". Until today a wreck buoy is marking the wreck with the name "Hackfeld".
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12/11/1910 Antares SV (+1910) wreck
Antares SV (+1910) 9/1875: Robert H.Penney,Shoreham,U.K. "ANTARES" 12/1894: Nils P.Høyer m.fl.,Skien do 1/1898: Rederi A/S Antares(Nils P.Høyer)Skien do 3/1910: A/S Antares(Joh.Fossum)Skien do 11/1910: Forliste ved Thiersow 12/11 på reise Manzanillo til Wolgast med logwood.Brakt flott,men kondemnert og opphugget
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12/11/1910 Portland SS (+1910) wreck
Portland SS (+1910) SS PORTLAND Tonnage 1,420 GRT; 966 NRT; Dimensions (feet): 191.8 x 36.1 x 20.2; Built in 1885 at Bath ME; Registered at Port Townsend WA; Official No. 95844, Master F S Moore of Seattle; Owner Alaska Coast Co of Seattle, Vessel Insurance $41,500, Cargo Insurance $16,000, Formerly the steam ship Haytien Republic. The 1,420 ton 192 foot steamer Portland ran aground and was lost In Katalla Bay at 6:30 a.m. Saturday on November 12th, 1910. The vessel was travelling between Juneau and Cordova with 30 passengers and 53 crewmen aboard. She had a 300 ton cargo of general merchandise valued at $30,000. The following are excerpts from the wreck report: “Katalla Bay; sunken rock off Palm Point” “Light NE wind, moderate sea” “After vessel struck she floated off and was beached on sandy beach” “About 12 hours later vessel began to break up in surf” The Portland, valued at $90,000, became a total loss. All passengers and crew made it to safety. All but $15,000 worth of the cargo was salvaged.
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12/11/1911 Bertha F. Walker SV (+1911) wreck
On November 12th, 1911, the American wooden schooner BERTHA F. WALKER, on voyage from Gerogetown, S.C. to Boston, Mass. with a cargo of lumber, was wrecked on Pasque Island, Mass.
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12/11/1911 Island Maid SV [+1911] wreck
On November 12th, 1911, the wooden schooner ISLAND MAID, built in 1865, on voyage from Llanelly to Cherbourg with a cargo of coal, was wrecked on Doom Bar (Dumbar), Padstow. There were no casualties.
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12/11/1911 Maréchal Lannes FV (+1911) wreck
On November 12th, 1911, the French fishing ship MARÉCHAL LANNES was wrecked at Boulogne.
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12/11/1912 Oravia RMS (+1912) wreck
Oravia RMS (+1912)Wrecked at Billy Rock, Port Stanley.
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12/11/1913 Diana (+1913) wreck
Diana; 89 tons; Wood hull; Registered at Gloucester, Massachusetts, United States. Registration no. 157687. Diana was on voyage from Gloucester, Massachusetts, United States to Fishing grounds. On the 12nd November 1913, Diana ran aground, off Shag Harbour.
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12/11/1913 Falkland SS (+1913) wreck
Falkland SS (+1913) SS FALKLAND Built by C. Mitchell & Co., Newcastle (#433), as cargo; 3138 grt, 2044 nrt; 336.4 x 41.2 x 26.5; 2-cyl. compound engine (NE Marine Eng. Co. Ltd., Sunderland), 350 nhp On November 12th, 1913, the Norwegian vessel SS FALKLAND, owned at the time of her loss by Fredriksen H., Oslo, was on a voyage from Norway to South Shetland Islands for whaling grounds, when she was wrecked, off Cape St. Maria, Uruguay. From Norway sources : 1882: Sept.: Levert som FLORIDA for Nelson, Donkin & Co., London, UK 1891: Ny maskin: triple expansion engine (Blair & Co. Ltd., Stockton), 267 nhp 1909: Mai: Solgt til A/S Ørnen (Chr. Christensen), Sandefjord. Omdøpt ØRN Innredet som flytende kokeri: 3209 grt, 2030 nrt 1913: Solgt til A/S Rethval (H. Fredriksen), Kristiania 1913: 12.11. : Grunnstøtte v/Cape St.Maria, Uruguay, på reise Norge – Sør-Shetland-øyene for hvalfangst.
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12/11/1913 Speedwell SV (+1913) wreck
On November 12th, 1913, the British barquentine SPEEDWELL, on voyage from London to Tyne with a cargo of burnt ore, sank after a collision off Newsand Lightship.
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12/11/1914 Colonial SS (+1914) wreck
Colonial SS (+1914)Built as a package freighter, converted to bulker before '93. Bound Oswego for Milwaukee, she was discovered to be leaking in a gale and was run up on the beach to save the crew. She broke up during another storm on the 18th.
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12/11/1914 Dorothy Belle SV (+1914) wreck
On November 12th, 1914, the American wooden schooner DOROTHY BELLE left Philadelphia for Havana with a cargo of iron pipes, and went missing. She was not heard of ever since.
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12/11/1915 Flora FV (M-233) (+1915) wreck
On November 12th, 1915, the British fishing smack FLORA (M-233) was involved in a collision with the SS Cant Lose of Newfoundland and totally wrecked on the rocks under Fishguard Cliff. All hands were rescued by the lifeboat.
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12/11/1915 Moorside SS [+1915] wreck
SS Moorside, built by Dundee Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Dundee in 1908 and owned at the time of her loss by Catcheside SS. Co. Ltd. (T. H. Catcheside & Co.), Newcastle, was a British steamer of 311 tons. On November 12th, 1915, Moorside, on a voyage from Leith to France with a cargo of coal, was sunk by a mine from the German submarine UC-6 (Matthias Graf von Schmettow), off Boulogne. 8 persons were lost.
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12/11/1915 Nigel SS [+1915] wreck
SS Nigel, built by Grangemouth & Greenock Dockyard. Co., Grangemouth in 1903 and owned at the time of her loss by Geo. Gibson & Co., Leith, was a British steamer of 1400 tons. On November 12th, 1915, Nigel, on a voyage from Newhaven to Boulogne with a cargo of government stores, was sunk by a mine from the German submarine UC-6 (Matthias Graf von Schmettow), off Boulogne. 5 persons were lost. Note : Nigel was the sistership of SS Peveril (later Q-ship HMS Q-36)
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12/11/1915 Sigrid SV (+1915) wreck
Sigrid SV (+1915) SV SIGRID Built by W. Hogg, St.John NB, Canada; 596 grt, 549 nrt, 607 dwt.; 150.1 x 33.4 x 16.2 On November 12th, 1915, the Norwegian barque SV SIGRID, owned at the time of her loss by Ramstad Ludv., Brevik, was wrecked in a storm in Ramsey Bay, Isle of Man. From Norway sources : 1872: Levert som MINNIE CARVILL for P. G. Carvill, Liverpool, UK 1882: Solgt til S. Christensen m.fl., Drammen. Omdøpt SIGRID 1899: Solgt til J. Hannevig m.fl., Drammen 1905: Solgt til A/S Sigrid (J. M. Horgen), Tønsberg 1912: Solgt til A/S Sigrid (Ludv. Ramstad, Stathelle), Brevik 1915: 12.11. : Drev i land i Ramsey Bay, Isle of Man under storm.
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12/11/1915 Storeng SV (+1915) wreck
On November 12th, 1915, the Brazilian wooden schooner STORENG, on voyage from Rio De Janeiro to Malmo, was abandoned in the North Atlantic.
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12/11/1915 Susitna MV (+1915) wreck
MV Susitna was a 11 ton 45 foot gas screw Susitna stranded and was lost on the south end of Kalgin Island in Cook Inlet November 12th 1915. There were three persons aboard at the time of the disaster. No lives were lost. Tonnage 11 Gross 7 Net, Length 45.6, Breadth 8.6, Depth 2.4, Service passenger, IHP 12, Built 1908 at Tyonek, Registered Juneau, ON 208923
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12/11/1916 Ioannis SS (+1916) wreck
SS Ioannis, built by W. Gray & Co. Ltd., West Hartlepool in 1902 and owned at the time of her loss by C. Mazarakis (N. D. Lykiardopulo), Argostoli, was a Greek steamer of 3.828 tons. On November 12th, 1916, Ioannis, on a voyage from Bahia Blanca to London with a cargo of wheat, was sunk by the German submarine U-50 (Gerhard Berger), 130 miles north from Cape Ortegal.
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12/11/1916 Kapunda SS (+1916) wreck
Kapunda SS (+1916)SS Kapunda, built by W. Gray & Co. Ltd., West Hartlepool in 1908 and owned at the time of her loss by Moss Steamship Co. Ltd., Liverpool, was a British steamer of 3383 tons. On November 12th, 1916, Kapunda, on a voyage from Alexandria to Liverpool with general cargo, was sunk by the German submarine UB-43 (Hans von Mellenthin), 205 miles ESE of Malta. There were no casualties.
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12/11/1916 Lady Carrington SS (+1916) wreck
SS Lady Carrington, built by Earle's Shipbuilding & Eng. Co. Ltd., Hull in 1908 and owned at the time of her loss by Williams & Mordey, Hull (Cardiff), was a British steamer of 3269 tons. On November 12th, 1916, Lady Carrington, on a voyage from Barry to Malta with a cargo of coal, was sunk by the German submarine U-49 (Richard Hartmann), 98 miles NxW of Cape Ortegal. There were no casualties.
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12/11/1916 San Giovanni SS (+1916) wreck
SS San Giovanni, built by Grangemouth Dockyard Co., Grangemouth in 1899 and owned at the time of her loss by C. Saglimbene, Catania, was an Italian steamer of 1.315 tons. On November 12th, 1916, San Giovanni, on a voyage from Swansea to Livorno, was sunk by the German submarine U-50 (Gerhard Berger), 110 miles north of Cabo Ortegal, Spain.
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12/11/1916 Stylinai Bebis SS (+1916) wreck
SS Stylinai Bebis, built by Short Bros., Ltd., Sunderland in 1908 and owned at the time of her loss by C. D. Bebis & Fils, Andros, was a Greek steamer of 3.603 tons. On November 12th, 1916, Stylinai Bebis, on a voyage from Rosario to Falmouth with a cargo of grain, was sunk by the German submarine U-50 (Gerhard Berger), 150 miles north of Cape Finisterre.
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12/11/1916 Therese SS (+1916) wreck
Therese SS (+1916)SS Therese, built by Sir Raylton Dixon & Co. Ltd., Middlesbrough in 1898 and owned at the time of her loss by A/S Dampsk. Selsk. Heimdal (M. Carl), Copenhagen, was a Danish steamer of 1.333 tons. On November 12th, 1916, Therese, on a voyage from Djidjelli to Kirkcaldy with a cargo of cork shavings, was sunk by the German submarine U-49 (Richard Hartmann), off Cape Ortegal. There were no casualties.
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12/11/1916 William P. Hood SV (+1916) wreck
On November 12th, 1916, the American wooden schooner WILLIAM P. HOOD, on voyage from Norfolk to Sharpness, was abandoned.
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12/11/1917 Anteo SS (+1917) wreck
The Italian steamship Anteo SS was built in 1890 as the SPECIALIST SS by Strand Slipway, Monkwearmouth, England for Angier Shipping Co. Ltd., London. In 1896 renamed STOWFORD SS - In 1910 renamed PROMETHEUS SS - In 1912 renamed ANTEO SS when purchased by the Sturlese Bro. She struck a mine laid by the German submarine UC 35 (Hans Paul Korsch) and sank on November 12th, 1917, in the Mediterranean, off Livornio. There were no casualties.
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12/11/1917 Barbary SS (+1917) wreck
SS Barbary, built by Richardson, Duck & Co., Stockton in 1901 and owned at the time of her loss by D. MacIver, Sons & Co. Ltd., Liverpool, was a British steamer of 4185 tons. On November 12th, 1917, Barbary, on a voyage from Newport, Mon to Mediteranean, was sunk by the German submarine UC-34 (Horst Obermüller), 56 miles NWxN of Port Said. 3 persons were lost.
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12/11/1917 Betty SV (+1917) wreck
On November 12th, 1917, the Russian wooden schooner BETTY, left Fort de France, Martinique for Bordeaux with a cargo of rum, and went missing. She was not heard of ever since.
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12/11/1917 Celtic (+1917) wreck
Celtic; Small Fishing Boat; 12.33 tons; Owned by Oriental Pearling Co.; Built at W. & S. Lawrence in 1904. Registered at Fremantle. On 12 November 1917, Celtic with a cargo of pearlshell and a crew of 7, was lost off Condon side of Mount Blaze, Broome.
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12/11/1917 Depute Pierre Goujon SS [+1917] wreck
SS Depute Pierre Goujon, built by Sir Raylton Dixon & Co., Middlesbrough in 1894 and owned at the time of her loss by French Government, St. Nazaire, was a French steamer of 4121 tons. On November 12th, 1917, Depute Pierre Goujon was sunk by the German submarine U-103 (Claus Rücker), off Belle Ile. There were no casualties.
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12/11/1917 Huibertje (+1917) wreck
Huibertje was a Dutch fishing vessel of 68 tons. On November 12th, 1917, Huibertje was sunk by the German submarine UC-47 (Günther Wigankow), 25 miles off Dutch coast.
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12/11/1917 Morning Star [+1917] wreck
Morning Star was a British vessel of 129 tons. On November 12th, 1917, Morning Star was sunk by the German submarine UB-30 (Wilhelm Rhein), 10 miles ESE Barfleur.
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12/11/1918 Halcyon MV (+1918) wreck
MV Halcyon broke her mooring chains in a strong SW storm and foundered Tuesday November 12th, 1918 at Akutan. No one was aboard the vessel at the time of the disaster. Tonnage 68 Gross 50 Net, Built 1887, Registered St Paul Minn and Seattle Wash, ON 95914, Master John Berntzen of Seattle, Crew 12, Last Port Seattle May 1918.
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12/11/1918 Mohawk (+1918) wreck
Mohawk was a American 5 masted schooner that went missing after sailing from Perth Amboy for Gulfport in ballast on the 12th November 1918.
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12/11/1918 Wagama SS (+1918) wreck
Wagama SS (+1918) SS WAGAMA Built by Sir Raylton Dixon & Co. Ltd., Middlesbrough ; 4969 grt, 2609 nrt, 8200 dwt. 380.0 x 52.5 x 27.4; triple expansion engine (Richardsons, Westgarth & Co. Ltd., Middlesbrough), 390 nhp On November 12th, 1918, the Norwegian cargo ship SS WAGAMA, owned at the time of her loss by Haaland Chr., Haugesund, departed Wabana, New Zealand with 7800 tons of iron ore for Sydney, Nova Scotia and went missing. The whole crew, 33 hands in total, was lost. Later it was found that a hurricane was in the area. The ship may have foundered. From Norway sources : 1913: April: Levert som WAGAMA for A/S Asker (L. Harboe Jensen), Kristiania 1917: Nov.: Solgt til A/S Asker (Christian Haaland), Haugesund 1918: 12.11. : Forlot Wabana NF med 7800 t. kis for Sydney NS og forsvant med hele besetningen, 33 mann. Farvannet ble rett etter avgang rammet av en voldsom orkan.
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12/11/1919 Albert Metin SS (+1919) wreck
On November 12th, 1919, the French wooden cargo ship ALBERT METIN, on voyage from Newport News to Rouen with a cargo of coal, was reported abandoned off Norfolk, USA. She was built by Anderson Shipbuilding Co., Seattle, USA.
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12/11/1920 Pearl (+1920) wreck
Pearl; Small Fishing Boat; 1107 tons; Owned by W. Theodore Banger, Port Headland; Built at William A. Chamberlain in 1899. Registered at Fremantle. Registration no. 1/1900. On 12 November 1920, Pearl was lost off Turtle Island.
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12/11/1921 Elpis SS (+1921) wreck
Elpis SS (+1921)Wrecked 12th November 1921 on Conejera Island in the Balearics on passage Blyth for Odessa with coal.
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12/11/1922 Grizzly MV (+1922) wreck
MV Grizzly was driven onto the beach to avoid loss of life at noon November 12th, 1922 in Jute Bay in the Shelikof Strait. The Grizzly was on her way from Kodiak to Kanatak loaded with 29 tons of lumber when she began icing heavily and then sprung a leak. The crew of four was captained by Walter Johnson of Kodiak. The weather at the time was said to be heavy seas, freezing weather, heavy SW wind, dark, no moon and thick. The Grizzly, worth $12,000 and her cargo were reported as total losses. Tonnage 28 Gross 19 Net, Built 1912, Registered Juneau, ON 209663, Owner S S Robertson of Pittsburg PA, Last Port Kodiak November 12th, 1922, Insurance doubtful unknown.
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12/11/1923 Wesee SS (+1923) wreck
Wesee SS (+1923)She was discovered to be afire while battling heavy seas. She beached on Middle Sister and burned to the waterline. Her crew abandoned in her yawl boats. One of last large wooden vessels built
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12/11/1925 M-1 HMS [+1925] wreck
M-1 HMS [+1925]Royal Navy Submarine. Whilst this submarine could be described as an experimental boat in that a 12-inch gun from a battleship had been fitted she was not untried. Test firings had been carried out with success and she had toured the Mediterranean and elsewhere. She was a good sea boat and not intrinsically unstable as has been claimed. The concept proved impractical however, but had the opportunity arisen to use her for shore bombardment she may well have been successful. Prior to her loss she had departed Plymouth for an exercise with surface fleet ships off the south Devon coast but shortly after arriving at the exercise area she disappeared. Later investigations proved that she had been accidentally rammed whilst dived by the Swedish collier ´Vidar´ which had been in the precise sea area on the date. It was not until this ship arrived in Stockholm on 20th November when the Captain learned of the loss of M1 that an investgation was undertaken. The Captain realised then that he might have struck something significant. He had previously thought the bumps he noticed at the time were ´underwater bombs´ which he knew the Navy used in such exercises. The weather was also bad at the time and this could have made it more difficult to identify the cause. When the ship was examined in Sweden it was established that the paint on the stem of the ship matched exactly with that on the hull of M1. No other submarine had the same paint colouring at this time. The entire crew of 69 lost their lives. The wreck was first found on 29th September 1967.
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12/11/1926 Mona (+1926) wreck
Mona; 87 tons; Registered at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Registration no. 116851. On the 12nd November 1926, Mona ran aground, off Strait of Canso.
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12/11/1928 Vestris SS (+1928) wreck
Vestris SS (+1928)On November 10, 1928, the Vestris SS, having left New York for Barbados and Buenos Aires under the command of Capt. W. J. Carey, with 129 passengers and 197 crew, encountered heavy weather the next day, and on the evening of that day was struck by waves of exceptional size and force, flooding the boat deck, and amongst other damage washing two life-boats away.Part of her cargo and bunker coal shifted, and as a result she took on a heavy list to starboard, from which she was unable to recover, the pumps being unable to cope. By the following day the ship was in a bad way, and having failed to right her, Capt. Carey sent out an S.O.S. The ship quickly increased her list, and had to be abandoned about 300 miles off Hampton Roads, sinking at 2 p.m. Life-boats were picked up by the steamers American Shipper, Miriam and Berlin (later Admiral Nakhimov) , and by the U.S. battleship Wyoming. Capt. Carey was among the 112 passengers and crew lost.
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12/11/1933 Heian Maru (+1933) wreck
Heian Maru was a Japanese cargo steamer of 3,915grt. On the 12th November 1933 she went ashore at Cabo Bolinas after being abandoned four days earlier when on passage from the Christmas Islands for Japan with a cargo of phosphates.
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12/11/1934 Duguay Trouin FV (+1934) wreck
Duguay Trouin Navire morutier basé à Saint Malo (Bretagne, France. Coula au large du Portugal et l'équipage l'abandonna à bord de 2 canots: l'un fut recueilli par le vapeur allemand Spezia, l'autre avec le capitaine regagna la côte à Figueira apr`es 27 heures d'efforts à la rame Codfisher ship based in Saint Malo (Brittany, France). Sank due to a leak off Portugal and the crew abandoned aboard two boats. One was rescued by the German steamer Spezia, the other with the captain retached the coast in Figueira after 27 hours of efforts rowing Pesquero de bacalao basado en Saint-Malo (Bretaña, Francia. Se hundió trás una via de agua a lo largo de Portugal y la tripulación lo abandonó a bordo de dos embarcaciones. Una fue rescatada por el vapor alemán Spezia, el otro con el capitán regresó a la costa en Figueira después de 27 horas de esfuerzo remando Navios de pesca de bacalhao sediado em Saint Malo (Bretanha, França6 Afundou ao largo de Portugal e a tripulação abandonou o barco a bordo de dois botes. Um foi resgatado pelo vapor alemão Spezia, o outro com o capitão alcançou a costa em Figueira após 27 horas de esforço remando
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12/11/1934 Hakodate Maru (+1934) wreck
Hakodate Maru was a auxiliary powered Schooner that ran aground and was wrecked at Cape Hakozaki on the 12th November 1934 when on route from Sasebo for Yawata with a cargo of coal.
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12/11/1936 Manuel SS (+1936) wreck
Manuel SS (+1936)SS Manuel was sunk by gunfire of Rosas on the 11th November 1936 when on route from Marseilles for Barcelona.
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12/11/1936 Pine SS [+1936] wreck
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12/11/1936 Virginia and Joan II MFV (+1936) wreck
MFV Virginia and Joan II was a 55 ft American Gill Netter operating from the Port of Gloucester with a crew of 5 men. It is believed that she foundered when returning to port as the vessel was overloaded with fish and that there was not enough freeboard in such heavy weather. Lost with all her crew. She was built at Kennybunkport, Maine in 1934
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12/11/1937 Pylades SS [+1937] wreck
Pylades SS [+1937]Foundered 12 miles N of Veulettes in bad weather.
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12/11/1939 Arne Kjode MV (after Part) [+1939] wreck
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12/11/1939 Cape Comorin FV [+1939] wreck
Built for Hudson Bros Ltd. Hull; In Aug 1939 sold to Royal Navy as a anti-submarine trawler No FY.143; 1945 sold back to Hudson Bros Ltd. Hull. (H139); In Nov 1955 sold to Victoria Fishing Co Ltd, Hull renamed OLVINA; In Aug 1960 sold to Irvin & Johnson, Cape Town, South Africa renamed LOBELIA; On 28/09/1968 Vessel stripped for parts and the hull scuttled off Cape Town to form an artiffical reef.
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12/11/1939 Cresswell HMT [+1939] wreck
HMT Cresswell was British steam trawler built in 1917. On the 12th November 1939 she was attacked by U-41 with gunfire and sunk 18 miles NW FLANNAN OUTER HEBRIDES. 6 crew were lost.
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12/11/1939 Deerpool SS (aft Section) [+1939] wreck
Deerpool SS (aft Section) [+1939]An S.O.S. message was received by the Humber Lifeboat stating that the DEERPOOL had ran aground near the Inner Binks Sandbank. The Humber Lifeboat was in attendance to the FIREGLOW but after dropping off the rescued crew, she went out again to the DEERPOOL. 27 of the crew were taken off by the Lifeboat but the Master and two officers remained on board. Hopes were high that the vessel would be refloated but the DEERPOOL foundered and became a total wreck, her masts and cross trees visible above the surface until 1948, after which she was dispersed by explosives.
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12/11/1939 Deerpool SS (for'd Section) [+1939] wreck
Deerpool SS (for'd Section) [+1939] An S.O.S. message was received by the Humber Lifeboat stating that the DEERPOOL had ran aground near the Inner Binks Sandbank. The Humber Lifeboat was in attendance to the FIREGLOW but after dropping off the rescued crew, she went out again to the DEERPOOL. 27 of the crew were taken off by the Lifeboat but the Master and two officers remained on board. Hopes were high that the vessel would be refloated but the DEERPOOL foundered and became a total wreck, her masts and cross trees visible above the surface until 1948, after which she was dispersed by explosives.
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12/11/1939 Elsie SS [+1939] wreck
(not sure) Rederi A/B Fram; 1882; J. Readhead & Co; 1.410 tons; 259.1x36.1x16.3; 135 nhp; compound engines. On a voyage from Viipuri to Zaandam with a cargo of timber the Finnish ship Elsie went ashore November 12th, 1939, on the North Grounds of Terschelling Island and broke her back.
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12/11/1939 Parana SS (+1939) wreck
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12/11/1939 Sumatra SS [+1939] wreck
On 12/11/1939 the Swedish cargo steamer SUMATRA was on passage from Calcutta to Manila, with a cargo of coal, when she was wrecked at Moyapore Bar, Hooghly.
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12/11/1939 Sunbeam (+1939) wreck
Sunbeam; On 12 November 1939, Sunbeam was lost due to a fire off John Brewer Reef.
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12/11/1940 Antonio Locatelli SS (+1940) wreck
Antonio Locatelli SS (+1940)In the night on November 12th, 1940, the British 7th Cruiser Division (Pridham-Wippell) with cruisers HMS ORION, HMS AJAX, HMS SYDNEY and tribal class destroyers HMS MOHAWK and HMS NUBIAN attacked and destroyed the entire convoy of four merchant ships, in ballast from Valona to Brindisi. Steamers ANTONIO LOCATELLI, CAPO VADO, PREMUDA, motonave CATALANI, escorted by torpedoboat FABRIZI and auxiliary RAMB III, were all sunk by torpedoes or gunfire. The old '3-pipes' FABRIZI (Giovanni Barbini), went boldly to defend the convoy, but suffered severe damage and took refuge to Valona. The commander of the banana ship RAMB III evidently decided that there was no need to deprive Marshal Tito of his future yacht, avoided any intervention and returned safely to Bari
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12/11/1940 Argus SS [+1940] wreck
There was one survivor of the Argus. His name was Archie Smith. He was the 18 year old quartermaster. His memorial bench is on the Ha'penny Pier in Harwich. (See Keepers of the Sea by Richard Woodman ISBN 0861380185 pg 128). The Captain was A E Smith
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12/11/1940 Capo Vado SS (+1940) wreck
Capo Vado SS (+1940)In the night on November 12th, 1940, the British 7th Cruiser Division (Pridham-Wippell) with cruisers HMS ORION, HMS AJAX, HMS SYDNEY and tribal class destroyers HMS MOHAWK and HMS NUBIAN attacked and destroyed the entire convoy of four merchant ships, in ballast from Valona to Brindisi.

Steamers ANTONIO LOCATELLI, CAPO VADO, PREMUDA, motonave CATALANI, escorted by torpedoboat FABRIZI and auxiliary RAMB III, were all sunk by torpedoes or gunfire.

The old '3-pipes' FABRIZI (Giovanni Barbini), went boldly to defend the convoy, but suffered severe damage and took refuge to Valona. The commander of the banana ship RAMB III evidently decided that there was no need to deprive Marshal Tito of his future yacht, avoided any intervention and returned safely to Bari
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12/11/1940 Catalani MV (+1940) wreck
Catalani MV (+1940)In the night on November 12th, 1940, the British 7th Cruiser Division (Pridham-Wippell) with cruisers HMS ORION, HMS AJAX, HMS SYDNEY and tribal class destroyers HMS MOHAWK and HMS NUBIAN attacked and destroyed the entire convoy of four merchant ships, in ballast from Valona to Brindisi.

Steamers ANTONIO LOCATELLI, CAPO VADO, PREMUDA, motonave CATALANI, escorted by torpedoboat FABRIZI and auxiliary RAMB III, were all sunk by torpedoes or gunfire.

The old '3-pipes' FABRIZI (Giovanni Barbini), went boldly to defend the convoy, but suffered severe damage and took refuge to Valona. The commander of the banana ship RAMB III evidently decided that there was no need to deprive Marshal Tito of his future yacht, avoided any intervention and returned safely to Bari
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12/11/1940 Charles Edmond FV (+1940) wreck
On 13 November 1940, HMS Tigris (Lt. Cdr. H. F. Bone) sank the French fishing vessel Charles Edmond with torpedoes and gunfire 70 miles west of the Gironde estuary.
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12/11/1940 Premuda SS (+1940) wreck
Premuda SS (+1940)Premuda SS was a Italian Cargo Steamer of 4,398 tons built in 1907 by William Hamilton & Co, Port Glasgow, Yard No 194 for Wm Burrell & Son, Glasgow as the STRATHDON SS. She had several owners. 1916 Rome SS Co. (Fisher, Alimonda), London renamed TUSCULUM. 1920 Italian Government - Ferrovie dello Stato, Rome. 1923 SA Parodi & Corrado, Genoa renamed PREMUDA. 1929 Corrado SA di Nav, Genoa. On the 12th November 1940 she was shelled and sunk by British 7th cruiser squadron 12 miles from Saseno when on a passage from Valona for Brindisi.
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12/11/1940 Sct. Jørgen SS (+1940) wreck
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12/11/1940 Witte Zee SS (BV-5) [+1940] wreck
Witte Zee SS (BV-5) [+1940]Built in 1914 by J. & K. Smit, Kinderdijk, Witte Zee measured 45x8.75 m and was equipped with a steam engine fromJ. & K. Smit with 1.000 i.h.p. In 1940 requisitioned by Dutch Navy, and transfered to the UK as the BV 5. On 12th November, she ran aground off Overton Mere and was a total loss. The crew was saved.
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12/11/1941 Andrei Zhdanov MV (+1941) wreck
On November 12th, 1941, the Russian hospital ship ANDREI ZHDANOV, built in 1928 by Severney Ship Building Yard as the ALEXEI RYKOV, was sunk by a mine, off Hängo. Note : ANDREI ZHDANOV and MARIYA ULYANOVA were sisterships.
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12/11/1941 Francolin HMT [+1941] wreck
HMT Francolin was a naval trawler that was bombed and sunk in the North Sea off Happisburgh, Norfolk by a German Dornier Do 17 of the Luftwaffe, which she and HMT Commander Holbrook (Royal Navy) both shot down. One crew member from HMT Francolin was killed.
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12/11/1941 Maurita SS [+1941] wreck
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12/11/1942 Antonio Sciesa RM (+1942) wreck
Antonio Sciesa RM (+1942)On the November 7th, 1942 damaged by US aircraft at Tobruk and subsequently scuttled near there on the 12th this month.
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12/11/1942 Browning SS [+1942] wreck
Browning SS [+1942]The British steamship Browning was torpedoed and sunk by U-593 off Oran. The burning vessel was abandoned by her crew and later exploded. One crewmember was lost.
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12/11/1942 Buchanan MV (+1942) wreck
The freighter, MV BUCHANAN, ex MS LEXA MAERSK, was purchased by the War Shipping Administration on August 4, 1941 and immediately turned over to the Grace Line on a Bareboat Charter in the port of Baltimore and placed under the Panamanian flag. The charter to the Grace Line fell through so the ship was awarded to the American Export Line under a GAA charter on August 1, 1941 at the port of Baltimore. Export Line operated the ship until October 23, 1942 when she was turned over to the Isbrandtsen SS Company at the port of New York under the same type of agreement. This company was operating the ship when she was lost. The MV BUCHANAN was torpedoed by the German U-224 (Hans-Carl Kosbadt) at 1935 GCT on November 12, 1942 while en route independently from New York to Liverpool with a cargo of fuel oil in special tanks, 5000 bags of U.S. Mail, and a deck load of aircraft and invasion barges.
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12/11/1942 Edward Rutledge USS (AP-52) (+1942) wreck
Edward Rutledge USS (AP-52) (+1942)Edward Rutledge SS was a American Troop Transport Ship of 9,360 tons. She was formerly called EXETER 1942. On the 12th November 1942 she was torpedoed by U-130 and sunk.
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12/11/1942 Erie USS (PG-50) (+1942) wreck
Erie USS (PG-50) (+1942)Erie USS was an American Motor Gunboat of 2000 tons built in 1936. On the 12th November 1942 when on patrol she was torpedoed by German subnmarine U-163 and sunk.
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12/11/1942 Hecla HMS (F-20) [+1942] wreck
Hecla HMS (F-20) [+1942]As far as my information goes Hecla was torpedoed (5 times) by U515 and sank 180 miles west of Gibraltar (35.42N 4.55W). She was a destroyer depot ship of nearly 600ft long and 66ft wide containing 20000 square feet of workshop space. She also had one 10 ton and two 4 ton cranes. When I get time I will get my stuff together (there is lots) and email you. I have the actual MOD report into the sinking somewhere which I am sure will be of some interest and copies of sketches done by an eye witness.
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12/11/1942 Hugh L. Scott USS (AP-43) (+1942) wreck
Hugh L. Scott USS (AP-43) (+1942)Hugh L. Scott SS was an American Troop Transport Ship of 12,479 tons built in 1920. On the 12th November 1942 she was torpedoed by U-130 and sunk.
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12/11/1942 Karanja SS [+1942] wreck
Karanja SS [+1942]The liner Karanja, july 1941 requisitioned by the Admiralty for service as a landing ship infantry, was bombed by German aircraft and sank near Bougie, Algeria.
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12/11/1942 SHCH-306 (+1942) wreck
Assigned to the Baltic fleet, the Russian submarine SHCH-306 was lost after 12 November 1942 when she sent her last signal, possibly by mines. All hands lost.
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12/11/1942 Tasker H. Bliss USS (AP-42) (+1942) wreck
Tasker H. Bliss USS (AP-42) (+1942)Tasker H. Bliss SS was a American Troop Transport Ship of 12,568 tons built in 1920. She was formerly called PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 1942. On the 12th November 1942 she was torpedoed by U-130 and sunk.
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12/11/1942 Tynwald HMS [+1942] wreck
Tynwald HMS [+1942]The British steamship Tynwald, in Admiralty service as an anti-aircraft escort ship, was torpedoed by Italian submarine Argo and sank off Bougie.
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12/11/1942 U-272 (+1942) wreck
U-272 was a German submarine Type VIIC. She sank on the 12th November 1942 near Hela after a collision with U-634. 29 dead and 19 survivors.
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12/11/1942 U-660 (+1942) wreck
U-660 was a German submarine Type VIIC. She was scuttled on the 12th November 1942 in the Mediterranean near Oran after damages by depth charges from the British corvettes HMS Lotus and HMS Starwort. 2 dead and 45 survivors.
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12/11/1942 Yudachi IJN (+1942) wreck
On November 12th 1942, HIJMS Yudachi, a Shiratsuyu class destroyer, was sunk by Gunfire from USS Portland (CA-33) in the First Naval Battle of Guadalcanal.
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12/11/1943 Misago Maru No.11 (+1943) wreck
On November 12th, 1943, USS Harder (Cdr. S.D. Dealey) sinks the Japanese auxiliary minesweeper Misago Maru No.11 and damages the Japanese motor sailing vessel Hei Maru with gunfire off the Marianas
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12/11/1943 Muko Maru (+1943) wreck
Muko Maru (+1943)MUKO MARU was laid down by Tekkosho Honsha Kojo K.K. shipyard as a 4,862-ton cargo ship for Taihei Kisen K.K., a division of Yamashita Kisen K. K., Kobe. In December 1940, MUKO MARU was requisitioned by the IJN and assigned to the Yokosuka Naval Base. On November 12th, 1943, US submarine THRESHER (SS-200) torpedoes and sinks the Japanese transport MUKO MARU, 110 miles NNE of Truk. THRESHER fired three torpedoes and MUKO MARU sank in 18 minutes. 18 crewmen are KIA. THRESHER is damaged by depth charges and terminates her patrol.
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12/11/1943 Tokyo Maru (Scamp) (+1943) wreck
On November 10th, 1943, the Japanese transport Tokyo Maru was torpedoed by submarine USS Scamp (SS-277). Transport Mitakesan Maru takes the crippled ship in tow, but despite this, TOKYO MARU sinks 12th November.
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12/11/1943 U-508 (+1943) wreck
U-508 (+1943)Thomas Hunter Pile & Co., Middleton, West Hartlepool. Thomas Hunter Pile’s family were shipbuilders on the River Wear, a few miles north of Hartlepool. His brother, John Pile, had started shipbuilding in West Hartlepool in 1853. The business was successful, and soon needed to expand. A shipyard nearby became available, and John Pile asked Thomas to run it under his own name. Business was good until 1866. Then the bank it was using went out of business. All the money was lost, and the firm was forced to close.
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12/11/1944 Atsuta Maru (+1944) wreck
Atsuta Maru (+1944)On November 12th, 1944 PB4Y attacks the Japanese convoy SIMA-04 and sinks the Japanes merchant cargo ship Atsuta Maru off Malampaya Sound, 11°50´N, 119°19´E.
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12/11/1944 Cha-84 (+1944) wreck
On November 12th, 1944 the Japanese auxiliary submarine chaser Cha-84 is sunk by aircraft off Banggi, North Borneo.
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12/11/1944 Greif SS (II) (+1944) wreck
The German ship Greif, built in 1922 by Atlas Werke and owned by Argo DG, was sunk by British warships near Egersund, Norway, November 12th, 1944.
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12/11/1944 M-416 (+1944) wreck
On November 12th, 1944 a British force consisting of cruisers HMS KENT, HMS BELLONA and destroyers HMS VERULAM, HMS ALGONQUIN, HMS MYNGS and HMS ZAMBESI attacks a German convoy, off Listerfjord, south-east of Egersund.

In the ensueing battle, cargo SS GREIF, minesweepers M-427, M-416 and submarine chasers UJ-1713, UJ-1221 and UJ-1223 were sunk by the striking force.
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12/11/1944 M-427 (+1944) wreck
On November 12th, 1944 a British force consisting of cruisers HMS KENT, HMS BELLONA and destroyers HMS VERULAM, HMS ALGONQUIN, HMS MYNGS and HMS ZAMBESI attacks a German convoy, off Listerfjord, south-east of Egersund. In the ensueing battle, cargo SS GREIF, minesweepers M-427, M-416 and submarine chasers UJ-1713, UJ-1221 and UJ-1223 were sunk by the striking force.
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12/11/1944 Marlean HMAS (+1944) wreck
Marlean HMAS; On 12 November 1944, Marlean HMAS was lost after an explosion off Sydney Harbour.
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12/11/1944 Naruo Maru (+1944) wreck
The steamship Naruo Maru was ordered as the PARMA SS but completed as the RED HOOK SS. She had many owners and names. In 1922 renamed COMMERCIAL TRAVELER - In 1930 renamed NELSON TRAVELER - In 1936 renamed POINT ESTERO - In 1939 renamed ESTERO - and in 1941 renamed NARUO MARU . She was torpedoed and sunk by the U.S. submarine USS Barb on November 12th, 1944, about 200 miles E. of Shanghai.
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12/11/1944 Spes Salutis MV (+1944) wreck
Spes Salutis MV (+1944)Dutch coaster Spes Salutis, on a voyage from St. Servais to Morfaix, ran aground during a gale after engine failure and was wrecked near Porte Blanche. (Saint Malo)
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12/11/1944 Tatsuraku Maru (+1944) wreck
On November 12th, 1944 U. S. submarines Barb (SS-220) and Peto (SS-265) continue attacks against Japanese convoy MOMA-07 in the East China Sea. Barb sinks the army cargo ship Naruo Maru and damages the merchant cargo ship Gyokuyo Maru, 31°39´N, 125°36´E (will be sunk 14 November 1944). Peto sinks the army cargo ship Tatsuraku Maru, 31°18´N, 125°30´E.
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12/11/1944 Tirpitz [+1944] wreck
Tirpitz [+1944]Tirpitz was a 44,755 ton German battleship commissioned in 1941 (sister ship to the Bismarck) was named after the creator of the German High Seas Fleet, Grand Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz, and out of action for six months following an attack by Royal Navy midget submarines. Only once during the war did the Tirpitz fire its huge 15-inch guns and that was in the bombardment of Spitzbergen in September, 1943, which destroyed the Allied base there. On September 17, 1944, it was again attacked while holed up in Altenfjord in Norway. For this attack the Soviets co-operated by permitting the RAF to use their airfield at Yagodnik. Hit by one of the 13 ´Tallboy´ bombs dropped on the ship, the Tirpitz was damaged but not sunk. The battleship was then moved south to Tromso and moored in Sorbotn off Hakoya Island. For the next attack on November 12th, the RAF dispatched 32 Lancaster bombers from 9 and 617 Squadrons based at Lossiemouth, Scotland. Flying at 14,000 feet, they scored two direct hits with 12,000 pound ´Tallboy´ bombs tearing open her hull for a hundred feet. The Tirpitz turned completely over, her upperworks hitting the shallow bottom leaving her stuck there with only her red keel showing above the water. Trapped inside were 971 crewmen who slowly died as the water rose inside. Only 76 men survived by making their way up to the bottom of the hull which was then cut open by rescue teams.
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12/11/1944 Toyo Maru No.1 (+1944) wreck
Toyo Maru No.1 ran aground and was wrecked at W. Taiwan on thr 12th November 1944. She was built by Ishihara M., Shimonoseki, Japan and owned at the time by Seikai Kisen KK, Tomita, Japan from 1942.
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12/11/1944 UJ-1221 (KUJ-15) (+1944) wreck
On November 12th, 1944 a British force consisting of cruisers HMS KENT, HMS BELLONA and destroyers HMS VERULAM, HMS ALGONQUIN, HMS MYNGS and HMS ZAMBESI attacks a German convoy, off Listerfjord, south-east of Egersund.

In the ensueing battle, cargo SS GREIF, minesweepers M-427, M-416 and submarine chasers UJ-1713, UJ-1221 and UJ-1223 were sunk by the striking force.
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12/11/1944 UJ-1223 (KUJ-25) (+1944) wreck
On November 12th, 1944 a British force consisting of cruisers HMS KENT, HMS BELLONA and destroyers HMS VERULAM, HMS ALGONQUIN, HMS MYNGS and HMS ZAMBESI attacks a German convoy, off Listerfjord, south-east of Egersund.

In the ensueing battle, cargo SS GREIF, minesweepers M-427, M-416 and submarine chasers UJ-1713, UJ-1221 and UJ-1223 were sunk by the striking force.
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12/11/1944 UJ-1713 (KUJ-14) (+1944) wreck
On November 12th, 1944 a British force consisting of cruisers HMS KENT, HMS BELLONA and destroyers HMS VERULAM, HMS ALGONQUIN, HMS MYNGS and HMS ZAMBESI attacks a German convoy, off Listerfjord, south-east of Egersund.

In the ensueing battle, cargo SS GREIF, minesweepers M-427, M-416 and submarine chasers UJ-1713, UJ-1221 and UJ-1223 were sunk by the striking force.
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12/11/1945 Eriksay HMS (+1945) wreck
Eriksay HMS (+1945)HMS Eriksay was returned to RN and was involved in Mediterranean Convoy Duty. She foundered off Sao Jorge in the Azores on the 12th November 1945.
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12/11/1945 William Hume SS [+1945] wreck
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12/11/1949 Edith Als [+1949] wreck
**SANK AFTER SPRINGING A LEAK.
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12/11/1950 Lady Clifford [+1950] wreck
**CONDEMNED BY BOARD OF SURVEY. WAS TOWED OUT TO SEA & SCUTTLED. (DIRECTOR OF MARINE, LAGOS).
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12/11/1953 Restless Wave ? [+1953] wreck
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12/11/1955 Bann Prince [+1955] wreck
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12/11/1955 Monica [+1955] wreck
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12/11/1958 Philip Wayne (+1958) wreck
Philip Wayne; 48 tons; Registered at St. John`s, Newfoundland, Canada. Registration no. 157456. On the 12nd November 1958, Philip Wayne ran aground, off Cheticamp Harbour, southeast side.
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12/11/1959 El Zarate [+1959] wreck
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12/11/1960 Bema (+1960) wreck
Bema (+1960)
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12/11/1966 Libra (+1966) wreck
Vraget blev bjærget; Kilde: Vrakliggare; Motorfartøj fra Hälsingborg, på 499 brt, bygget i 1957. Last jernvarer 531; tons, Forlist efter kollision med russisk M/S Kandalakshales.;
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12/11/1968 Fleetwing [+1968] wreck
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12/11/1973 Neptune 6 [+1973] wreck
**BUILT IN 1945. A NON-PROPELLED DRILL TENDER BARGE. OWNED AT TIME OF LOSS BY SOCIETE DE FORAGES EN MER ´NEPTUNE´. CAPSIZED FOLLOWING COLLISION WITH DRILLING PLATFORM DURING BAD WEATHER. TAKEN IN TOW FOR DUBAI BUT TOW PARTED, BARGE CAPSIZED AND SANK. (MSD).
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12/11/1973 Notre Dame [+1973] wreck
**STRUCK A ROCK & SANK NEAR ILES DE GLENAN. ALL CREW RESCUED AFTER DRIFTING IN A LIFEBOAT FOR 12 HOURS. (LL, VOL 214).
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12/11/1974 Belvoir [+1974] wreck
**BUILT IN 1955 BY E B MAGEE LTD, ONTARIO. OWNED AT TIME OF LOSS BY BAMAR MARINE CO LTD. PASSAGE PUERTO CORTES FOR CORPUS CHRISTI. STRUCK AN UNKNOWN OBJECT IN VICINITY OF HALFMOON CAY, BELIZE AND SANK. 21 MEN LOST. (MSD).
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12/11/1976 Ocean Gleaner MFV [+1976] wreck
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12/11/1977 Seattle [+1977] wreck
Seattle [+1977]Built by Hilgers AG, Rheinbrohl “Adler" Bernhard Schepers & Hermann Elfring, Köln (DEU). 1953 (Bernh. Schepers). Oktober 1962 Willy Bruns, Leer. Februar 1963 “Heinz Bernd" PR Wessels-Book MS “Heinz Bernd”, Haren. 1965 Bernh. Wessels jr. KRfPR. 25. 4.1966 auf Reise Duisburg - Randers mit 250 tons Gerstenschrot etwa 8 Keilen NW Sejero in dichten Nebel nach Kollision mit schwedisch MS “Tornes" gesunken, hierbei finden 5 Personen den Seemannstod und ein sechster stirbt auf dem Weg ins Krankenhaus. 06.05 durch den Bergungskran “Magnus 2” geborgen, an Kiel im Schlepp und Ende Juni zur Reparatur an Papenburg bei Meyer. 1967 “Seattle" A. Tjörve, Kopervik (NOR) 1973 A. Bergseth PR, Molde. 1974 J. Thoresen PR, Kristiansand N. 1977 L. Andaas. 12.11.1977 auf Reise Hogänas - Sandnes mit Steinen in schwerem Wetter nach Verrutschen der Ladung leck geworden, in Schlepp genommen, aber bei Lysekil im flachen Wasser gesunken. Später an Ort und Stelle abgebrochen.
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12/11/1977 Varna [+1977] wreck
**OWNED AT TIME OF LOSS BY MAZAHARALLY SAWMILLS. PASSAGE TRINIDAD FOR GUYANA. SANK IN HEAVY WEATHER 5M OFF KINGELLY VILLAGE, GUYANA. (LL).
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12/11/1978 Triton MV [+1978] wreck
Triton MV [+1978]The Greek coaster Triton on passage Serifos to Samos carrying a cargo of cement, foundered during a gale S of Ikaria. Previously called, MV Neeltje B. 1951-1960 MV Neeltje Broere 1960-1963 MV Dubhe 1963-1973 MV Triton 1973-1978
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12/11/1979 Fee Des Legendes [+1979] wreck
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12/11/1980 Consolidator [+1980] wreck
**BUILT 1924. OWNED AT TIME OF LOSS BY CO-ORDINATED CARIBBEAN TRANSPORT INC. PASSAGE MIAMI FOR SANTO TOMAS DE CASTILL, GUATEMALA UNDER TOW IN A LOADED CONDITION BY TUG ´CAPTAIN W D HADEN´. LISTED IN HEAVY WEATHER 20M FROM PUERTO CORTES AND EVENTUALLY SANK BOTTOM UP IN 1600MTRS. (MSD).
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12/11/1981 Aleutian Monarch SS (+1981) wreck
Aleutian Monarch SS (+1981) ALEUTIAN MONARCH The 459 foot fish (crab) processing ship Aleutian Monarch caught fire and burned for five days. She was taken 50nm out to sea, bombed and scuttled on November 12th, 1981 near the Beaver Inlet. The ALEUTIAN MONARCH was a converted WWII R2-S-BV1-type cargo ship.
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12/11/1981 Endeavour ? [+1981] wreck
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12/11/1981 Kitty Fisher [+1981] wreck
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12/11/1982 Venus [+1982] wreck
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12/11/1984 Talented Mariner [+1984] wreck
**OPPER DOOR/SHAFT JAMMED WHILE CRAFT WAS DUMPING CLAY/RUBBISH. BEGAN TO SINK AND DRIFTED ASHORE AND GROUNDED NEARBY.
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12/11/1985 Caicos Express MV (+1985) wreck
Caicos Express MV (+1985)Caicos Express MV was a British cargo motor vessel. She was sunk in the Broward County, Florida Artificial Reef Program on the 12th November 1985.
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12/11/1986 Sir Percival [+1986] wreck
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12/11/1990 Dona Roberta [+1990] wreck
**REPORTED IN DISTRESS AND TO HAVE SUNK DURING TYPHOON "MIKE". 16 LIVES LOST. (LL, 17.11.90)
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12/11/1992 Samah [+1992] wreck
**BUILT IN 1976 BY TEROKA SHIPYARD CO LTD, NANDAN. OWNED AT TIME OF LOSS BY INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATED CARGO CARRIERS. PASSAGE SUEZ FOR JEDDAH. CREW RECOVERED. CAUSE OF SINKING NOT GIVEN. (MSD)
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12/11/1996 Barracuda MFV [+1996] wreck
French wooden trawler; 9m; 9 tons; 145 hp diesel. Sunk due to a leakage. The crew managed to escape on a rescue raft and was saved the next day by the ferry PRIDE OF LE HAVRE
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12/11/1997 Elizabeth MV (+1997) wreck
MV Elizabeth was a 47 foot dive boat that sank November 12th 1997 near Metlakatla. The cargo shifted causing the disaster. All four persons on board made it to safety.
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12/11/1998 Blue Hooker MFV (PW 250) (+1998) wreck
Blue Hooker MFV (PW 250) (+1998)Blue Hooker MFV was fishing for crabs and hauling pots in Force 8 conditions. She was overwhelmed by seas when hauling crab pots and capsized. Both members of crew were drowned.
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12/11/1999 Xlendi MV [+1999] wreck
Xlendi MV [+1999]Launched on February 25th, 1955, at the Helsingor Vaerft in Elsinore (Denmark). She was completed in June of the same year and started her ferry career as the MV Helsingor . She was renamed to MV Royal Sheeba in 1987, and again to MV Borgshorn in 1988. She was bought by the Gozo Channel Co Ltd in 1990, who changed her name to MV Xlendi . She became Gozo´s first artificial reef when she was scuttled as a diving attraction on November 12th, 1999 at 1415.
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12/11/2000 Margo [+2000] wreck
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12/11/2002 Gold I MV (+2002) wreck
MV Gold I caught fire and was run aground at Port Said on the 11th December 2002. Previously called, MV Garnes 1966-1978 MV Vispy 1978-1991 MV Fortune 1991-1993 MV Sotiris 1993-1993 MV Mavroudis 1993-1995 MV Dakis I 1995-1999 MV Red Sky Bolivia 1999-2001 MV Gold I 2001-2002
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12/11/2002 Jarip Ii [+2002] wreck
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12/11/2005 Hustler MV (+2005) wreck
MV Hustler was a 56 foot landing craft that sank November 12th, 2005 three miles south of Izhut Bay near Afognak Island. Both crewmembers from the vessel were found clinging to debris and rescued by a US Coast Guard Helicopter. The fishing vessel Bottom Line assisted in the rescue.
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