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02/01/1637 Prins Willem (+1637) wreck
PRINS WILLEM Built in 1627 at Amsterdam. 250 bm; The Dutch frigate PRINS WILLEM was owned by the Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie and in service for the Kamer van Amsterdam. On January 2nd, 1637, PRINS WILLEM (Capt. Verbeek Laurens Cornelisz.), on voyage from Batavia, ran aground in Sunda Strait, near Varkenseiland. The crew and part of the cargo was salvaged and the ship was broken up. Voyages : (1) 12/10/1627 Texel - 22/06/1628 Batavia (kamer van Amsterdam) via: Cape Good Hope from 27/03/1628 till 07/04/1628 (2) 03/11/1628 Batavia - 11/07/1629 Texel (kamer van Amsterdam) via: Cape Good Hope from 10/03/1629 till 16/03/1629 (3) 06/11/1630 Texel - 02/06/1631 Batavia (kamer van Amsterdam) via: Cape Good Hope from 11/03/1631 till 17/03/1631 (4) 08/05/1632 Batavia - Paliacatte, Coromandel (5) 04/12/1632 Batavia - 17/07/1633 Texel (kamer van Amsterdam) via: Cape Good Hope from 03/03/1633 till 25/03/1633 (6) 19/04/1634 Texel - 20/09/1634 Batavia (kamer van Amsterdam) (7) 30/12/1634 Batavia - 17/07/1635 Texel (kamer van Amsterdam) via: Cape Good Hope from 16/03/1635 till 28/03/1635 (8) 02/05/1636 Texel - 26/09/1636 Batavia (kamer van Amsterdam) (9) 29/12/1636 Batavia - 02/01/1637 LOST (kamer van Amsterdam) (Capt. Laurens Cornelisz. Verbeek)
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02/01/1689 Sedgemore HMS (+1689) wreck
4th Rate 50 gun Frigate carrying £200,000 in merchants bullion.
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02/01/1706 Bayon (+1706) wreck
En 1706 le "Jan" de Dublin et le "Bayon", tous deux ayant fait naufrage près de Paimboeuf. ;
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02/01/1706 Jan (+1706) wreck
L´évêque de Nantes écrivit le 2 janvier 1706 au contrôleur général : "il y a eu de si furieux vent dans la nuit de mardi dernier à mercredi 7 heures du matin que presque la moitié de mon diocèse est ruinée, surtout le long des rivières et la mer. Il y a eu à Paimboeuf près de 60 vaissesaux fracassés, plus de 40 perdus. A Bourgneuf tous les marais salants perdus avec les sels qui étaient sur les bords. En un mot, de vie d´homme il n´ait vu ni entendu de pareils vents..." ;
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02/01/1744 Jane (+1744) wreck
The British wooden sailing ships Jane and Mary ran aground off Portrush, Northern Ireland on January 2nd, 1744.
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02/01/1744 Mary (+1744) wreck
The British wooden sailing ships Jane and Mary ran aground off Portrush, Northern Ireland on January 2nd, 1744.
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02/01/1794 Gotiche SV (+1794) wreck
Gotiche SV (+1794)"Je commandais la gabare la "Gotiche"... Je me suis battu pendant deux jours à portée du canon de 4 où j´étais embossé. Chaque boulet qui tombait à bord passait de part en part. Le 2 janvier, à 5 heures du matin, j´effectuai le débarquement... Et plus loin, "... La "Gotiche" fut coulée à fond." ; OLONA, déc 2005, n°194, Les Marins de l´Empire ; Simone Loidreau, "La CONCORDE", 1778-1811, Ed du Choletais, 1979 ;
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02/01/1797 La Vipere (+1797) wreck
La Vipere 5th rate Man O War captured from the French by Frigate Flora 23/01/1794 Capsized in heavy weather in Kilbaha Bay Shannon Estuary Co Clare Ireland , all 120 Crew Lost
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02/01/1804 Creole HMS (+1804) wreck
HMS CREOLE; 5th Rate; 38 cannons; Taken by Capt. Henry BAYNTUN´s squadron off San Domingo on 30 June 1803. On 25 December 1803, when sailing from Port Royal to England, in company of HMS CUMBERLAND, CREOLE sprang a very heavy leak on lat. 33°18´N long. 66°12´W. By 2nd January everyone was transfered to CUMBERLAND and she sunk at dusk.
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02/01/1821 Aimable Victoire SV (+1821) wreck
Navire construit à Vannes (Bretagne, France) et perdu sur la côte des îles St Marcouf, O du Cotentin, France
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02/01/1825 Clyde (+1825) wreck
Clyde; Built at Clyde River in 1822. Registered at United Kingdom. On the 2nd January 1825, Clyde was lost in a storm, off Halifax. Cargo: in ballast..
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02/01/1843 Flotilla (+1843) wreck
Flotilla; On the 2nd January 1843, Flotilla ran aground, off Portuguese Cove.
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02/01/1852 Arrow SV (+1852) wreck
On January 2nd, 1852, the British wooden schooner ARROW, on voyage from Seaham to Bordeaux, was wrecked on the Long Sand (Thames Estuary).
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02/01/1852 Avenir SV (+1852) wreck
Navire basé à Nantes (région Pays de la Loire, France) disparu sans laisser de traces Ship based in Nantes (region Pays de la Loire, France) disappeared without a trace Nave basada en Nantes (región Pays de la Loire, Francia) desaparecida sin dejar rastro Navio baseada em Nantes (região Pays de la Loire, França) desaparecido sem deixar rasto
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02/01/1859 Rankin SV (+1859) wreck
Rankin Navire qui fit côte à l'île São Jorge, Açores ship that was wrecked on the coadt of São Jorge Island, Azores Barco que naufragó en la costa de la Isla de San Jorge, Azores Navio que dnaufragou na costa da Ilha de São Jorge, Açores
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02/01/1864 Silvanus SV (+1864) wreck
SV Silvanus was a British schooner operating out of Nassau, Bahamas and carrying a cargo of salt, liquor and cordage when she was chased by the ashore at Duboy Sound by the USS Huron after being hit by 11" shell at the waterline on the 2nd Jnauary 1864 and sunk. The crew were captured.
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02/01/1865 Celia SV (+1865) wreck
On January 2nd, 1865, the British wooden schooner CELIA, on voyage from Nassau with a cargo of turpentine was sunk by gunfire by USS NIPSIC, on Murrell's Inlet.
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02/01/1867 Berbice SV (+1867) wreck
SV Berbice ran aground and was wrecked near Larne on the 2nd January 1867
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02/01/1870 Theban SS (+1870) wreck
SS Theban left Gibraltar for Glasgow on the 2nd January 1870 and went missing.
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02/01/1873 Erie SS (+1873) wreck
Erie SS (+1873)Navire affecté sous son dernier armateur au service postal et transport de passagers entre le Brésil et les USA. En routr vers ce pays en provenance de Rio de Janeiro et après escale à Recife avec 80 personnes à bord, a pris feu at sombré quelques heures plus tard à 5 mn de la plage de Bessã, près de João Pessoa, Etat de Paraíba, sans faire de victimes Vessel engaged by her last owner in the mail and passenger traffic between Brazil and the USA. En route to this country from Rio de Janeiro and after a stopover in Recife with 80 people aboard, caught fire and sunk a few hours later at 5 nm from the Bessa beach, near João Pessoa, Paraíba State, without casualties. Built by Vannevar EB & Cpy, Newburyport, Massachusetts, USA. Buque dedicado por su último propietario en el tráfico de correo y de pasajeros entre Brasil y los EE.UU.. Viajando para este país desde Río de Janeiro y tras haber hecho escala en Recife con 80 personas a bordo, se incendió y se ha hundido unas horas más tarde a los 5 mn de la playa Bessa, cerca de João Pessoa, Estado de Paraíba, sin hacer víctimas Navio engajada pelo seu último proprietário no tráfego de correio e passageiros entre Brasil e EUA. Viajando rumo a este país procedente do Rio de Janeiro e após uma escala em Recife com 80 pessoas a bordo, pegou fogo e afundou umas horas mais tarde, a 5 mn da praia do Bessã, próximo a João Pessoa, Estado da Paraíba, sem baixas
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02/01/1873 United States PSS [+1873] wreck
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02/01/1875 Annie Maud (+1875) wreck
Annie Maud; 448 tons; Registered at Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada. Annie Maud was on voyage from Liverpool to Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. On the 2nd January 1875, Annie Maud was lost in a storm, At sea.
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02/01/1875 Elodie Aimée (+1875) wreck
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02/01/1875 Union (+1875) wreck
Union; 34 tons; Registered at Arichat, Nova Scotia, Canada. On the 2nd January 1875, Union ran aground, off Tuffins Island Marie Joseph.
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02/01/1880 C. F. Elwell (+1880) wreck
C. F. Elwell; 755 tons; Registered at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. C. F. Elwell was on voyage from New Orleans, Louisiana, United States to Rouen, Haute-Normandie, France. On the 2nd January 1880, C. F. Elwell was lost. Position unknown. 13 people died.
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02/01/1882 Agenora (+1882) wreck
Agenora; 77 tons; Registered at Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. Agenora was on voyage from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada to Main-a-Dieu, Nova Scotia, Canada. On the 2nd January 1882, Agenora was lost in a storm, off Grand River.
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02/01/1882 Miner [+1882] wreck
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02/01/1882 Orion (+1882) wreck
Orion; 90 tons; Registered at Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canada. Orion was on voyage from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States to Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canada. On the 2nd January 1882, Orion ran aground, off Shelburne Harbour.
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02/01/1882 Wotonga SS (+1882) wreck
Wotonga; Passenger Ship; 997 tons; 70x8.8x6.1 m.; Owned by Australasian Steam Navigation Co.; Built at A. Mcmillan & Sons in 1876. Registered at Sydney. Registration no. 1/1877. On 02 January 1882, Wotonga (Capt. McLean) was on voyage from Sydney to Brisbane with a cargo of general goods and 41 passengers, when she was wrecked off Port Macquarie, Tacking Point.
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02/01/1883 Nord America I (+1883) wreck
Nord America I (+1883)The Sud America I was a vessel of 1,258 tons that could reach a max. speed of 12 knots. She could carry 75 passengers in 1st Class, 52 in 2nd and 750 immigrants housed in spacious decks. She had 70 crew members.

Built in England by Wigham Richardson & Wallsend in 1871 along with two other sister ships, the Nord America I and Europe.

Note that it was the Nord America II which replaced the former Nord America I, sunk off the Spanish coast in 1883, was the one who picked up the survivors of the Sud America I collision in 1888 in Las Palmas.
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02/01/1887 Duke of Connaught SV (+1887) wreck
Duke of Connaught SV returning in ballast from Maryport to her home port of London, when she sank off Bardsey following a collision with the Liverpool steamer SS DRAGOMAN. Fourteen of the crew of eighteen were lost.
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02/01/1889 A. V. SV (+1889) wreck
Navire de Bayonne (France), en route de Boulogne vers La Rochelle chargé de ciment, qui s'échoua dans la brume sur les rochers de Portsall, région de Bretagne, sans faire de victimes Ship from Bayonne (France), en route from Boulogne to La Rochelle rloaded with cement, which ran aground in fog on the rocks of Portsall, Brittany region, without casualties Barco de Bayonne (Francia), en ruta de Boulogne a La Rochelle cargado cemento que varó en la niebla en las rocas de Portsall, región de Bretaña, sin hacer víctimas Navio de Bayonne (França), em rota de Boulogne para La Rochelle carregado de cimento, que encalhou na névoa nas rochas de Portsall, região da Bretanha, sem deixar vítimas
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02/01/1890 Czarowitz [+1890] wreck
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02/01/1891 Thames SS (+1891) wreck
Thames SS was a British cargo steamer of 399grt that was wrecked on Tor Rocks, Chesil Beach on the 2nd January 1891 when on route from Penzance for London with a cargo of stone stone and tin.
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02/01/1892 Templar (+1892) wreck
TEMPLAR; Ketch; Length: 17.6 m.; Owned by J. Carson, Shipwright, Sandridge; Built at James Carson in 1879. Registered at Melbourne. Registration no. Melbourne 21/1879. On 02 January 1892, TEMPLAR was on voyage from Anderson Inlet to Melbourne when she was lost after running aground. 3 died.
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02/01/1893 Luchana SS (+1893) wreck
Luchana SS was a British cargo steamer of 703 grt that was wrecked on the 2nd January 1893 near Cap la Hague when on route from Glasgow fro Cherbourg.
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02/01/1895 Antoinette (I) [+1895] wreck
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02/01/1895 Anton SS (+1895) wreck
Wrecked at Ruberg. Hamburg to Stettin with general.
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02/01/1898 Grignano SS (+1898) wreck
SS Grignano foundered in ice 4 nm from Nikolaiev on the 2nd January 1898 when on route from Nikolaiev for Marseilles with a cargo of wheat.
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02/01/1899 Angers SS (+1899) wreck
Angers SS (+1899)Angers SS was a French cargo steamer of 522grt which ran aground at the entrance to Dieppe harbour on the 2nd January 1899 when on route from Newhaven for Dieppe with a general cargo.
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02/01/1899 Edilio R. SS (+1899) wreck
Edilio R. SS (+1899)Edilio R. SS was an Italian merchant steamer that lost her anchor in a storm and ran aground on Arland, Ushant (Ouessant) on the 2nd January 1899. She foundered and was abandoned. 27 crew were rescued. Edilio R. was used in the immgration service from Genoa, Italy to Rio de Janeiro and could carry up to 1.800 passengers.
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02/01/1899 Frieda SV (+1899) wreck
Navire attaché au port de Brême (Allemagne) qui s'échoua et se perdit sur la plage de Malo-les-Bains (E de Dunkerque, France) en voulant éviter un autre navire au mouillage. L'équipage fut recueilli par un canot de sauvetage de Dunkerque Vessel berthed in Bremen Germany), which ran aground and was lost on the beach of Malo-les-Bains (E of Dunkirk, France), trying to avoid another vessel at anchor. The crew was rescued by a lifeboat from Dunkirk Vessel basado en el puerto de Bremen (Alemania), que encalló y se perdió en la playa de Malo-les-Bains (E de Dunkerque, Francia) tratando de evitar otro buque fondeado. La tripulación fue rescatada por un bote salvavidas de Dunkerque Navio baseado no porto de Bremen (Alemanha), que encalhou e perdeu-se na praia de Malo-les-Bains (L de Dunquerque, França), tentando evitar outro navio fundeado. A tripulação foi resgatada por um barco salva-vidas procedente de Dunquerque
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02/01/1899 Glad Tidings (+1899) wreck
Glad Tidings; 99 tons; Wood hull; Registered at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada. Glad Tidings was on voyage from Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada to Turks Island, Turks and Caicos Islands, United Kingdom. On the 2nd January 1899, Glad Tidings was lost in a storm, At sea.
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02/01/1899 Picton SS (+1899) wreck
Picton SS was a British cargo steamer of 2,371 grt that sailed from Newport News on the 20th January 1899 for Sligo and was posted missing.
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02/01/1899 Wooler SS (+1899) wreck
Wooler SS was a British cargo steamer of 2,403grt that foundered on the 2nd January 1899 off the Ushant (Ouessant) when on route from Cardiff for Las Palmas with a cargo of coal with the loss of 19 lives.
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02/01/1900 Knud SS (+1900) wreck
Knud SS (+1900)Built as the KNUD by Henderson, Coulborn & Co. Renfrew; Yard No 123; Launched 19/10/1871; New boilers fitted 1881; The collier KNUD was on passage from Ghent to Tees, in ballast, when she stranded and lost on North Cheek, Robin Hood´s Bay, in the early hours, in wind condision SE x E force 5. The Robin Hoods Bay lifeboat saved all of her 18 crew aftwer which the vessel broke up.
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02/01/1901 Ivydene SS (+1901) wreck
The British cargo ship Ivydene SS was wrecked at Lemanche Bay, Newfoundland on January 2nd, 1901. She was on a voyage from Hamburg to Wilmington carrying a cargo of salt.
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02/01/1902 Bristol SS (+1902) wreck
On January 2, 1902, under the command of Captain James McIntyre, the steamer BRISTOL was carrying 2,500 tons of coal from Vancouver Island to the Treadwell mine in Alaska when it ran aground on Green Island during a southeast gale. Twenty-one of the vessel’s crew escaped in lifeboats and were picked up by the steamer COTTAGE CITY, but the captain, pilot, chief engineer, and four other men drowned. Note : the rock near to Grey Islet is called after the wreck, Bristol rock. Owned at the time by R. Dunsmuir & Sons, Victoria BC, Canada from 1890
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02/01/1902 Walla Walla SS (+1902) wreck
Walla Walla SS (+1902)The American steamship Walla Walla, on passage San Francisco to Puget Sound, collided with the French barque Max and sank 11 miles N of Cape Mendocino.
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02/01/1903 Prince Arthur SV (+1903) wreck
Prince Arthur SV (+1903) 5/1869: Ismay & Co.,Liverpool,U.K. "HOGHTON TOWER" /1876: Ismay,Imrie & Co.,Liverpool,U.K. /1894: A/S Prince Arthur(P.H.Røer)Kristiania "PRINCE ARTHUR" 3/1899: A/S PrinceArthur(Julius Andersen)Kristiania /1902: A/S Prince Arthur(Alfr.Andreassen)Kristiania 1/1903: Forliste 2/1 i Ozette River i pos.15 n.m. av Cape Flettery på reise Valparaiso til Puget Sound i ballast
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02/01/1904 Ethel SV (+1904) wreck
Ethel SV (+1904) Ethel; Barque; 711 tons; 54x9.4x5.6 m.; Owned by S. A. Sande; Built at Sp Austin & Hunter in 1876. Registered at Flekkefjiord, Norway. On 02 January 1904, Ethel with 1 passengers, was lost. 1 died.
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02/01/1906 Ailsa SV (+1906) wreck
Ailsa SV (+1906)The Norwegian iron barque Ailsa, built in 1867 by Barclay, Curle & Co and owned by J. Johanson & Co., was abandoned in the North Atlantic while on voyage from Ardrossan to Rio de Janeiro with coal.
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02/01/1907 Garant SV (+1907) wreck
SV GARANT Built by R. Thompson & Sons, Sunderland; 393 grt, 346 nrt; 125.8 x 27.4 x 17.5 On January 2nd, 1907, the Norwegian barque SV GARANT, owned at the time of her loss by Røe Cornelius, Brevik, was lost after running aground while being towed from Fredrikstad to Brevik, off Ula. From Norway sources : 1866: Levert som AUREA for J. Tully & Co., Sunderland, UK 1892: Solgt til A/S Garant (Cornelius Røe), Brevik 1907: 0 2.01 .: Grunnstøtte v/Ula under slep fra Fredrikstad til Brevik.
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02/01/1908 Devon FV (M-192) (+1908) wreck
FV Devon (M192) was a British registered steam trawler. She left Milford Haven on the 2nd January 1908; nothing further seen of heard of her, apart from her small boat, and two lifebuoys.
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02/01/1909 Aegir FV (+1909) wreck
On January 2nd, 1909, the German steel trawler AEGIR was wrecked at Lysekihl.
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02/01/1909 Athina SS (+1909) wreck
Athina SS (+1909)Athina was built by Russell & Co. in 1898 as the Anaces for Soley & Co. Purchased in 1899 by Andrew Weir and renamed Homeric. Sold in 1901 to Larrinaga and renamed Bernilla. Sold to B. N. B. Familiaris of Syra, Greece in 1906 and renamed Athina. On January 2nd, 1909, S/S Athina, on voyage from Poti to Germany with manganese ore, foundered in the Black Sea, some 20 miles South of Sinope.
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02/01/1910 Arcadian ? SS [+1910] wreck
The Ellerman ship Arcadian SS was bound from London to Glasgow to complete her cargo before proceeding to the Persian Gulf. She carried a crew of 51 all told. At 12.51 a.m. on January 2nd, 1910, when in St. George´s Channel some 40 miles N. of the Smalls, in thick fog, she was run down by the liner Ayrshire SS , 7,749 tons, Liverpool for Australia. The Arcadian SSwas struck on the starboard side abaft the bridge and sank very rapidly. Of her crew 12 Lascars were drowned.
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02/01/1910 Pride of The Humber FV (CL10) (+1910) wreck
On 02/01/1910 the steam trawler PRIDE OF THE HUMBER (CL10) sunk after stranding at Flat Holm.
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02/01/1911 Déesse SV (+1911) wreck
Ont croit qu´il a été brisé sur les rochers de Rochebonne et qu´il a sombré avec le patron Guégan et ses 6 hommes d´équipage. ;
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02/01/1912 Urda SV (+1912) wreck
On January 2nd, 1912, the Swedish wooden schooner URDA, on voyage from Harburg to Oscarshamn with a cargo of coal and coke, was lost after running aground between Esperort and Darsser Ort Lighthouse.
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02/01/1913 Socrates FV (FD163) [+1913] wreck
Socrates FV (FD163) was a British steam trawler off Clanyard Bay, Wigtownshire in thick fog. The crew managed to scramble ashore and the vessel eventually slipped into deep water.
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02/01/1913 Yvonne Marie SV (+1913) wreck
On January 2nd, 1913, the French wooden fishing ship YVONNE MARIE sank after a collision off Le Havre.
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02/01/1914 Europa Maru (+1914) wreck
On January 2nd, 1914, the Japanese iron cargo EUROPA MARU left Pt. Arthur for Nagoya (Dairen to Atsuta) with a 2800 tons of Fushun coal, and went missing. She was not heard of ever since.
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02/01/1914 Fukuyama Maru (+1914) wreck
On January 2nd, 1914, the Japanese wooden cargo FUKUYAMA MARU on voyage from Otsu to Hakodate with general cargo, foundered at Moyorimura, Hokkaido.
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02/01/1914 Ionia SV (+1914) wreck
On January 2nd 1914, the Nova Scotian schooner Iona was lost in a gale, off Whitehead, Nova Scotia. She carried produce from Georgetown, Prince Edward Island to Liverpool, Nova Scotia. The captain and the crew of 6 went down with her.
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02/01/1914 Senzan Maru (+1914) wreck
Senzan Maru (+1914)On January 2nd, 1914, the Japanese ship SENZAN MARU, built in 1883 by Inglis A. & J. Ltd. and owned at the time of her loss by Yenomoto K., left Dairen for Vladivostok with a cargo of coal, and went missing. She was not heard of ever since. SENZAN MARU was previously known as the GOALPARA, used by the British Indian Steam Navigation Co. in the immigrant trade to Australia, having a capacity for 29 1st, 17 2nd and 1600 deck passengers.
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02/01/1914 Steinthor (+1914) wreck
STEINTHOR Unknown builder; 64 grt; Motor engine. On January 2nd, 1914, the Norwegian barge STEINTHOR, owned at the time of her loss by Stavanger Stenhuggerier, Stavanger, on a voyage from Stavanger to Hafrsfjord with a cargo of 130 tons of singles, lost her rudder and ran aground, off Bøskinene. From Norway sources : 1911: Levert som STEINTHOR for Stavanger Stenhuggerier, Stavanger 1914: 02.01. : Grunnstøtte på Bøskinene på reise Stavanger – Hafrsfjord med 130 tonn singel etter at roret røk.
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02/01/1915 Bjørgvin SS (+1915) wreck
SS BJØRGVIN Built by J. Readhead & Sons, S.Shields (#270); 2792 grt, 1785 nrt; 229.8 x 41.7 x 21.3; triple expansion engine (Readhead), 235 nhp, 1300 ihp, 9 knop On December 29th, 1914, the Norwegian cargo ship SS BJØRGVIN, owned at the time of her loss by Bergh & Helland, Bergen, was on a voyage from New York to Göteborg with general cargo, when she was abandoned in the Atlantic. She foundered a few days later.. From Norway sources : 1891: 18.05.: Levert som BJØRGVIN for Bergh & Helland m.fl., Bergen 1914: 29.12. : Forlatt i pos. 58.50 N, 13 V, på reise New York – Göteborg med stykkgods.
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02/01/1915 Kabylie SS (+1915) wreck
Kabylie SS ran aground and was wrecked off La Rochelle on passage Bordeaux for Lisbon with superphosphates on the 2nd January 1915.
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02/01/1915 Maryetta SV (+1915) wreck
Maryetta SV (+1915) SV MARYETTA Built by Johann Lange, Vegesack (#310); 1456 grt, 1345 nrt; 226.4 x 38.1 x 21.7 In December 1914, the Norwegian barque SV MARYETTA, owned at the time of her loss by Bruusgaard Karl, Sigurd & Martin, Drammen, was on a voyage from Ålborg to Santos with cement. MARYETTA got dismasted and was rescued by auxiliary cruiser HMS HILARY, who took her in tow. On January 2nd, 1915, she became water logged and had to be abandoned. The crew went for the boats and HMS HILARY came to their rescue. One boat capsized and HMS HILARY was only able to pick up 6 hands. 11 people, including 2 from the HILARY, were lost. From Norway sources : 1885: 14.07.: Levert som BIRMA for D. Cordes, Bremen, Tyskl. 1901: Solgt til Reederei AG Birma, Bremen, Tyskl. 1906: Aug.: Solgt til A/S Maryetta (Martin Bruusgaard), Drammen. Omdøpt MARYETTA 1913: Overført til A/S Bruusgaard (Martin Bruusgaard), Drammen 1914: 31.08.: Disp. overtatt av Johan Bruusgaard, Drammen 1915: 02.01. : Sprang lekk og sank mellom Shetland og Orknøyene på reise Ålborg – Santos med sement. 11 mann omkom.
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02/01/1916 Armor SS (+1916) wreck
Armor SS (+1916)On 2 January 1916, the French cargo S/S Armor, on voyage from Le Havre to St. Brieuc with petroleum, ran aground, off Pointe Jardeheu, Cap La Hogue.
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02/01/1916 Geelong SS (+1916) wreck
Geelong SS (+1916)Geelong SS was a Passenger Liner of 7,954 tons built in 1904 as the AUSTRALIA for Wilhelm Lund, London. Completed as GEELONG. As built, she could carry 90 saloon and 450 third class passengers. Her name was changed to avoid confusion with the P&O ship of the same name. 1905: Registered in the ownership of Blue Anchor Line Ltd. (W Lund and Sons, managers). On the 2nd May 1910 she was purchased for £88,426 by P&O. In October 1910: First P&O sailing after modification to third class only, now able to carry 700 passengers. In August 1914 to February 1915: Australian Expeditionary Force transport. On the 1st January 1916 she sank approx 100 miles N of Alexandria following a collision with the British steamer BONVILSTON. She was on a voyage from Sydney via Port Said to Gibraltar and London with general cargo including tea and lead. Her crew was rescued.
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02/01/1916 Mediator ? HMT [+1916] wreck
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02/01/1916 Poltalloch SV (+1916) wreck
Poltalloch SV (+1916)On January 2nd, 1916, the American steel barque POLTALLOCH, on voyage from Caletan Buena to Leith (Via Queenstown) with a cargo of nitrate of soda, was wrecked on St. Patrick's Causeway, 13 miles NW from Barmouth.
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02/01/1916 Spica SV [+1916] wreck
On January 2nd, 1916, the Russian wooden schooner SPICA, on voyage from Christiania to West-Hartlepool with a cargo of pitprops, was wrecked on Farne Islands.
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02/01/1917 Aconcagua SV (+1917) wreck
Aconcagua SV (+1917)The French barque Aconcagua was on her way from Antofagasta, Chile to La Pallice, France with a cargo of nitrates, when on January 2nd, 1917 she was sunk by gunfire from the German submarine U-70 (Otto Wünsche) in the Bay of Biscay.
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02/01/1917 Aristotelis C. Ioannou SS (+1917) wreck
Sunk by gunfire from UC-37, 30 miles W of Cape Roca, while on a voyage from Buenos Aires to Belfast with a cargo of maize. Previously called, SS Pydna 1900-1910 SS Eleni 1910-1911 SS Eleni G. Embiricos 1911-1915 SS Aristotelis C. Ioannou 1915-1917
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02/01/1917 Asnieres (Asnières) (+1917) wreck
Asnieres (Asnières) (+1917)ASNIERES was a 4 masted French barque of 3,103grt built in 1902 by Mediterranee, Le Havre, France for Soc. de Longs Courriers Francais, Le Havre. On the 2nd January 1917 she was captured by German Raider Moewe when on a voyage from Bahia Blanca for Pauillac carrying a cargo of 3000 tons of wheat. The vessel was scuttled.
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02/01/1917 Bestik SS (+1917) wreck
Bestik SS (+1917)The Norwegian steamer Bestik was sunk by explosive device from UB-18, 30 miles SW of Bishop Rock. She was on a voyage from Cardiff to Philippeville with a cargo of coal. No casualties.
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02/01/1917 Carlyle SS [+1917] wreck
SS Carlyle, built by Selby Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Selby in 1901 and owned at the time of her loss by Straits Steamship Co. Ltd., Liverpool, was a British steamer of 466 tons. On January 2nd, 1917, Carlyle, on a voyage from Manchester to La Pallice with general cargo, was sunk by the German submarine UB-39 (Heinrich Küstner), 5 miles WSW from the Île de Sein lighthouse. There were no casualties.
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02/01/1917 Casma (+1917) wreck
Casma (+1917)1891: Navire de transport acheté par le gouvernement du Chili durant la guerre civile qui sévissait dans le pays et transféré à la Marine chilienne à la fin du conflit. 1911: Collision avec une embarcation conduite par des cadets fit 6 morts. 2.01.1917: Se perdit en heurtant un rocher à E de l'île Navarino, Chili 1891: Transport vessel purchased by the Chilean government during the civil war that raged in the country and transferred to the Chilean Navy at the end of the conflict. 1911: Collided with a boat led by Cadeta,having six dead. 02.01.1917: was lost by hitting a rock E of Navarino Island, Chile 1891: Buque de transporte adquirido por el gobierno chileno durante la guerra civil que asoló el país y trasladado a la Armada de Chile al final del conflicto. 1911: colisión con el barco dirigido por cadetes haciendo seis muertos. 02.01.1917: Se pierddó por chocar una roca al E de la Isla Navarino, Chile 1891: navio de transporte comprado pelo governo do Chile durante a guerra civil que assolou o país e transferido para a Marinhe chilena no final do conflito. 1911: Colisão com um barco levando cadetes que fez seis mortos. 2.01.1917: perdeu-se batendo uma pedra ao L da ilha Navarino, Chile
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02/01/1917 Dimitrios Goulandris SS (+1917) wreck
Dimitrios Goulandris SS was a Greek cargo steamer of 3,744 grt built in 1895 by Russell & Co., Port Glasgow, United Kingdom and owned at the time of the sinking by P. D. Goulandris, Andros, Greece. On the 2nd January 1917 she was captured by German submarine UC-37 and sunk by gunfire when 30 miles W of Cape Roca when on route from Buenos -Aires for Avonmouth with a cargo of wheat.
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02/01/1917 Duke Of York [+1917] wreck
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02/01/1917 Edward Arthur SV (+1917) wreck
On January 2nd, 1917, the wooden schooner EDWARD ARTHUR, on voyage from Waterford to Cardiff with a cargo of oats in bulk, was wrecked on the west side of Lundy Island.
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02/01/1917 El Toro SS [+1917] wreck
On January 2nd, 1917, the British steel tanker EL TORO, built in 1913 by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd. and owned at the time of her loss by Bowring C. T., on voyage from Sabine, Texas, was wrecked on the Skelligs and sinking, near Clogher Head.
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02/01/1917 Ellik SS (+1917) wreck
SS ELLIK SS Ellik, built by Helsingborgs Varfs A/B, Helsingborg in 1899 and owned at the time of her loss by Rasmus F. Olsen, Bergen, was a Norwegian steamer of 603 tons; 355 nrt; 164.0 x 28.2 x 11.2; 2-cyl. compound engine (Hellsingborg), 54 nhp; On January 2nd, 1917, Ellik, on a voyage from Villagarcia to Swansea with a cargo of pit props, was sunk by the German submarine UB-18 (Claus Lafrenz), 40 miles southwest of Bishop Rock. There were no casualties. Note : sunk the same day as BESTIK by same submarine. From Norway sources : 1899: Levert som ARGO for Ångf. AB Stella (Th. Ahrenberg), Göteborg, Sv. 1910: Disp. overtatt av W. Lundqvist, Göteborg, Sv. 1912: 17.02.: Solgt til Rasmus F. Olsen m.fl., Bergen. Omdøpt ELLIK 1917: 02.02. : Stanset og sprengt av tysk ubåt UB-18 30 kvm. SV Bishop Rock på reise Villa Garcia – Swansea med props.
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02/01/1917 Nestorian SS [+1917] wreck
Nestorian SS was built in 1911 by Leslie Hawthord & Co Ltd of Newcastle upon Tyne and was owned F Leyland. Dimensions were 122.04x15.97x10.66metres. She was powered by a four cylinder quadruple expansion steam engine which generated 510 hp. On route from Galveston, USA for Liverpool with a cargo of cotton & steel ignots and empty shell heads. 79 crew rescue and one died when he fell from the rigging.
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02/01/1917 Notre Dame du Verger (+1917) wreck
Notre Dame du Verger, built at Saint Malo in 1909 and owned at the time of her loss by Armement Le Harff, St Servan, was a French barquentine of 227 tons. On January 2nd, 1917, Notre Dame du Verger, on a voyage from Swansea to Lisbon, was scuttled and sunk by the German submarine UC-37 (Otto Launburg), 12 miles N W 1/2 N from Cabo da Roca, Portugal. There were no casualties.
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02/01/1917 Odda SS (+1917) wreck
Odda SS (+1917) SS ODDA SS Odda, built by Bergens Mekaniske Verksteder, Bergen in 1912 and owned at the time of her loss by Ole Dahl, Arendal, was a Norwegian steamer of 1101 tons; 660 nrt; 226.4 x 36.6 x 15.8; triple expansion engine (BMV), 136 nhp; On January 2nd, 1917, Odda, on a voyage from Huelva to Rouen with a cargo of pyrites, was sunk by the German submarine U-70 (Otto Wünsche), 70 miles southwest of Ushant (Ouessant). There were no casualties. From Norway sources : 1912: Sept.: Levert som ODDA for D/S A/S Odda (N. A. Lydersen), Tvedestrand 1915: April: Solgt til D/S Narsdal A/S (Ole Dahl), Arendal 1917: 02.01. : Stanset og skutt i senk av tysk ubåt U-70 70 kvm. SV Ushant, på reise Huelva – Rouen med pyritt.
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02/01/1917 Older SS (+1917) wreck
SS OLDER SS Older, built by Scheepswerven van Jan Smit, Czn., Alblasserdam in 1902 and owned at the time of her loss by A/S Rederiet Odfjell, Bergen, was a Norwegian steamer of 2556 tons; 1402 nrt, 3800 dwt. 294.4 x 43.2 x 20.3; triple expansion engine (Blair & Co. Ltd., Stockton); On November 11th, 1916, Older was stopped by the German submarine U-50 and ordered to a German port with 25 Italian prisoners. On January 2nd, 1917, Older, on a voyage from Newport to Gibraltar with a cargo of coal, was sunk by the German submarine U-79 (Heinrich Jeß), 25 miles west from Oporto. There were no casualties. From Norway sources : 1902: Juli: Levert som POELDIJK for T. H. van Hattum, Rotterdam, NL 1915: Solgt til A/S D/S Older (A/S Rederiet Odfjell), Bergen. Omdøpt OLDER 1916: 13.11.: Oppbrakt av tysk ubåt U-50 200 mil V av Finisterre. Fikk tysk prisemanskap og 25 italienske fanger ombord, samt ordre om å gå til tysk havn. 1916: 18.11.: Oppbrakt av britisk hjelpekrysser HMS OTWAY V av Hebridene. Ført til Stornoway. Etter en tid tilbakelevert til rederiet. 1917: 02.01. : Senket av tysk ubåt U-79 25 kvm. V av Oporto.
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02/01/1917 Omnium SS (+1917) wreck
SS Omnium, built by Chantiers de Normandie, Rouen in 1916 and owned at the time of her loss by Soc. des Chargeurs Français, was a French steamer of 8719 tons. On January 2nd, 1917, Omnium, on a voyage from New Orleans to St. Nazaire, was sunk by the German submarine U-82 (Hans Adam), 120 miles WSW of Penmarch.
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02/01/1917 Peresvet (Пересвет) [+1917] wreck
Peresvet (Пересвет) [+1917]Peresvyet, built by New Admiralty, St. Petersburg in 1898 and owned at the time of her loss by Imperial Russian navy, was a Russian battleship. On January 2nd, 1917, Peresvyet was sunk by a mine from the German submarine U-73 (Gustav Sieß), 10 miles off Port Said.
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02/01/1917 San Leandro SS (+1917) wreck
San Leandro SS (+1917)SS San Leandro, built by Grangemouth & Greenock Dockyard Co., Grangemouth in 1906 and owned at the time of her loss by Cia. Cartagenera de Nav., Cartagena, was a Spanish steamer of 1.616 tons. On January 2nd, 1917, San Leandro, on a voyage from Barcelona via Malaga to London with a cargo of fruit, was sunk by the German submarine U-70 (Otto Wünsche).
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02/01/1918 Boston City SS [+1918] wreck
Boston City SS [+1918]Boston City SS, a 2.711 grt defensively armed merchant steamer was torpedoed without warning by a submarine on 2 January 1918, 11 miles W ½ N from St Ann´s Head
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02/01/1918 Christos Markettos SS [+1918] wreck
Christos Markettos SS [+1918]The Christos Markettos was requisitioned by the Italian Government in 1917. Whilst on passaga Bilbao - Newport with a cargo of iron ore she was torpedoed by the U-95, 4 miles NW of Guarnards Head Cornwall. The 2 steam valves in the photograph were recovered in 1998 both have the number M1144 stamped into them. A few years later 2 identical v/vs were recovered from the nearby wreck of the Zone , these have M1479 stamped on them. The engine on the Zone was made by Blair & Co . Stockton-on-tees. Various enquiries were carried out which resulted in some Blair & Co . records coming to light, these show that the numbers on the v/vs are the same as the serial number of the engine fitted to each ship, therefore positivly identifying each wreck
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02/01/1918 Cleon HMT (FY1514) [+1918] wreck
During May 1915 the Grimsby steam trawler CLEON (GY240) was requisitioned for war service as an armed minesweeper Ad.No.1514. On 01/02/1918 the minesweeper HMT CLEON (FY1514) was mined off Folkestone Gate Buoy. The Skipper and eleven crew lost.
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02/01/1918 Ellen SV (+1918) wreck
On January 2nd, 1918, the Danish wooden schooner ELLEN, on voyage from Iviza to Reykjavik with a cargo of salt, was wrecked off Cape Carnero, Straits of Gibraltar.
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02/01/1918 Gallier SS [+1918] wreck
SS Gallier, built by Ropner & Sons, Ltd., Stockton in 1914 and owned at the time of her loss by Lloyd Royal (Great Britain), Ltd., London, was a British steamer of 4592 tons. On January 2nd, 1918, Gallier, on a voyage from Havre to Barry in ballast, was sunk by the German submarine U-95 (Athalwin Prinz), 7 miles ENE of Wolf Rock. There were no casualties.
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02/01/1918 Gwladmena SS [+1918] wreck
Gwladmena was built in 1878 in the harbour dockyard of West Hartlepool by Irvine & Co. as the Mary Hough. She was named after the wife of the first owner. She was powered by two compound steam engines with two boilers producing a total output of 136HP. In 1912 the Hough Line was taken over and she was renamed the Maggie Warrington. She entered WW1 as the Gwladmena, owned by Stone & Co and armed with a stern deck gun. She was sun in collision by the Danish FLORA in thick fog whilst at anchor, she had being on passage Methil for Lerwick with a cargo of coal. The Captain & 16 crew were saved before she foundered.
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02/01/1918 Nadejda SS [+1918] wreck
SS Nadejda, built by Tyne Iron Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Newcastle in 1896 and owned at the time of her loss by F. C. Svorono & E. di Pollone, Mariupol, was a Russian steamer of 3849 tons. On January 2nd, 1918, Nadejda, on a voyage from Archangelsk to Cardiff in ballast, was sunk by the German submarine U-19 (Johannes Spieß), 25 miles southwest from Chicken Rock. There were no casualties.
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02/01/1918 Neutral SS (+1918) wreck
On January 2nd, 1918, the German iron cargo ship NEUTRAL, on voyage from Stettin to Wisby with a cargo of coal, was wrecked at Wisby.
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02/01/1918 Poseidon SS (+1918) wreck
On January 2nd, 1918, the Swedish cargo ship POSEIDON, on voyage from Helsingborg to Stockholm with a cargo of tiles and clay, was lost in a snowstorm.
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02/01/1918 Veda FV [+1918] wreck
Veda, built by in Rye in 1892 and owned at the time of her loss by William Smith, Ramsgate, was a British fishing wooden smack of 25 tons. On January 2nd, 1918, Veda was sunk by gunfire by the German submarine U-93 (Helmut Gerlach), 30 miles SSW of the Eddystone lighthouse. There were no casualties.
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02/01/1919 Chiswick SS (+1919) wreck
Chiswick SS (+1919)The British cargo steamer Chiswick SS was built in 1904 by D & W Henderson, England for the Britain S.S.Co Ltd (Watts, Watts), London.  On January 2nd, 1919, on the north-west point of Kildin Island she ran aground and was wrecked. She was carrying a cargo of coal from Cardiff to Murmansk.
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02/01/1919 Margery Austin SV (+1919) wreck
Margery Austin SV 112 tons; Wood hull; Registered at Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. Registration no. 138594. On January 2nd, 1919, the Canadian wooden schooner MARGERY AUSTIN, on voyage from Alma, N.B. to St. John's, N.B. with a cargo of spruce deals, was lost after running aground outside Apple River. She was a total loss. Cargo accounted for $2300 of loss.
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02/01/1919 Nanyo Maru (+1919) wreck
Nanyo Maru foundered in Tsugaru Strait on passage Kobe for Marseille with timber and corn on the 2nd January 1919. She was owned by Sakai Gomei Kaisha, Dairen, Japan from 1917-1919. Previously owned by Kishimoto Shokai Goshi Kaisha, Dairen from 1915-1917 and Kishimoto Shokai, Dairen, Japan from 1913-1915 all as the Nanyo Maru.
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02/01/1920 Nicolaas SS (+1920) wreck
The Dutch SS Nicolaas, on passage Gothenburg to Amsterdam, struck a mine and sank N of Doggerbank lightship. Seven of her crew lost their lives when the lifeboat rolled over just off the Danish coast.
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02/01/1920 Nipponier SS (+1920) wreck
On January 2nd, 1920, the Belgian cargo S/S NIPPONIER, owned by Lloyd Royal Belge S.A, Antwerp, was en route from Tyne to Algiers with coal, when she sank in a storm in the Bay of Biscay.
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02/01/1921 Broadmayne SS [+1921] wreck
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02/01/1921 Faraby SS (+1921) wreck
Faraby SS (+1921) Faraby Navire qui s'échoua sous un orage sur les rochers de Calheta, Ponta Delgada, (île São Miguel, Açores), sans faire de victimes Ship that ran aground in a storm on the rocks of Calheta, Ponta Delgada (São Miguel Island, Azores), no casualties Nave que vató en una tor,emta en las rocas de Calheta, Ponta Delgada (São Miguel Island, Azores). No hubo víctimas Navio que encalhou num temporal nos rochedos da Calheta, Ponta Delgada (Ilha de São Miguel, Açores), sem deixar vítimas
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02/01/1921 Santa Isabel SS (+1921) wreck
Santa Isabel SS (+1921)On the night of January 2nd, 1921, the Spanish passenger ship SANTA ISABEL, en route from A Coruña to Villagarcia with general cargo, 84 crew and 187 passengers, was navigating in bad weather with heavy rains, reducing the visibility to nearly zero. She struck the 'Bajos de Pegar' (Pegar Shoal), 200 metres from Isla de Sálvora and started sinking very fast. Only 27 crew and 29 passengers were saved. The ship was subsequently salvaged in situ and only a few pieces of her remain.
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02/01/1922 Salvadora SS (+1922) wreck
On January 2nd, 1922, the Uruguyan cargo SALVADORA, built in 1891 by W. Gray and owned by Uribe & Eguiraun, was wrecked off the island of Goeree, Netherlands.
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02/01/1922 Storebelt SS (+1922) wreck
SS Storebelt went ashore off Hirtshals after losing propeller and anchor chain broke. She was refloated and towed to Frederikshavn but considered a constructive total loss. Sold to Mezz & Blackwehl, Hamburg for demolition, and broken up in October 1922.
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02/01/1924 Macksville (+1924) wreck
Macksville; On 02 January 1924, Macksville foundered (no known reason) off Scotts Head, South of Nambucca Heads.
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02/01/1925 Katharina Dorothea Fritzen SS (+1925) wreck
Katharina Dorothea Fritzen SS (+1925)SS Katharina Dorothea Fritzen was wrecked at Skudesnes on the 2nd January 1925 when on route from Rotterdam for Narvik in ballast.
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02/01/1929 Malakoff SS [+1929] wreck
Malakoff SS [+1929]On January 2nd, 1929, the French steel passenger/cargo ship MALAKOFF, built in 1903 by Northumberland Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. and owned at the time of her loss by Soc. Aux. des Chargeurs Francais, was on voyage from Antwerp to Madagaskar with passengers and cement in bags. MALAKOFF sank quickly in a storm with zero visibility, after slamming head on the rock Islet Escull d'es Governador, near Cala Talaier. 27 people lost their lives, including the Captain.
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02/01/1930 Nixe PSS [+1930] wreck
The German paddle steamer Nixe foundered in tow in the North sea.
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02/01/1934 Paul Rene (+1934) wreck
"Le dundee PAUL-RENE, n° 1072, …qui se trouvait endrague au large dans l´OSO des baleines, a eu une voie d´eau par suite du droisage du bouchon du tube d´étambot a coulé. L´équipage a été recueilli par d´autres bateaux de pêche et ramené aux Sables." ;
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02/01/1935 Iles de Los (+1935) wreck
Le navire a été signalé en détresse à 1,5 mille au sud de El Hank. Il s'est cassé en trois et a coulé à Ain Diah, 3 milles au sud de Casablanca.
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02/01/1936 Alice and Jennie (+1936) wreck
Alice and Jennie; 36 tons; Registered at Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canada. Registration no. 122036. On the 2nd January 1936, Alice and Jennie foundered, off Wedge Island, 6 miles SSE from.
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02/01/1936 Seiho Maru SS (+1936) wreck
SS Seiho Maru was a Japanese cargo steamer that was wrecked NW of Ataru on the 2nd January 1936.
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02/01/1937 Good Luck D. (+1937) wreck
Good Luck D.; 39 tons; Registered at North Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. Registration no. 158890. On the 2nd January 1937, Good Luck D. ran aground, off McNutts Island, 2 miles N of Roseway Light.
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02/01/1938 Guaruja SS (+1938) wreck
Guaruja SS (+1938)Guaruja SS ran aground and broke in two parts on the 2nd January 1938. She was owned at the time by SGTM's subsidiary Cie de Nav France-Amerique, Marseilles, France.
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02/01/1938 Millet SS (+1938) wreck
Millet SS (+1938)The Turkish SS Millet sank due to a collision with the SS Nicolaos Nomicos after her anchor dragged during a gale at Eregli.(Turkey, Black Sea)
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02/01/1941 ?22°33'XXXN-114°25'XXXE [+1941] wreck
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02/01/1941 Albano SS [+1941] wreck
The Italian cargo Albano, built in 1918 by S. P. Austin & Son and owned by Adriatica S. A. di Navigazione, was requisitioned by the Italian Marina Militare in WWII. On January 2nd 1941, Albano was on a voyage from Durazzo to Valona, when she was sunk by a mine, 1 mile west from Larghi, Albania.
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02/01/1941 Monte Aralar MV [+1941] wreck
Monte Aralar MV [+1941]Quizá uno de los Mendis más desconocidos, por la brevedad de su vida y el momento de silencios en que desapareció, fue la motonave ARAYA-MENDI, transformado, después, en el MONTE ARALAR, con la locura cultural del franquismo. Sobre su hundimiento, ocurrido en 2 de enero de 1941, no he podido encontrar nada en las hemerotecas, seguramente debido a la censura informativa de la dictadura... El ARAYA-MENDI formo parte de un lote de 8 motonaves de carga y pasaje para la compañía Sota y Aznar (ordenadas en dos bloques. Uno de 6 unidades, con otras 2 en una segunda serie), fabricadas por Euskalduna. Supusieron un paso adelante, gigantesco, en cuanto a economía, seguridad y eficacia en el cabotaje nacional. El ARAYA-MENDI, junto al ARTZA-MENDI, pertenecían al “segundo grupo”, hablando cronológicamente, aunque no había diferencias relevantes en toda la serie.
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02/01/1941 Nalgora SS (+1941) wreck
Nalgora SS (+1941) Nalgora SS was a British cargo steamer of 6,579 tons built in 1922 by W. Gray & Co (1918) Ltd, Sunderland and owned by the British India Steam Navigation Co Ltd, London. On the 2nd January 1941 when on route from Leith for Rosyth then Aden and Alexandria with a cargo of boom defence equipment in Convoy OB-261 dispersed she was torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U-65.
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02/01/1942 Camia USS (YFB-683) (+1942) wreck
USS Camia (YFB-683) was an American wooden motor launch which was assigned to the 16th Naval District where she served from 1908 to 1942. USS Camia was lost on the 2nd January 1942 as Manila and Cavite succumbed to Japanese attacks. A she was so badly damaged she was scuttled.
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02/01/1942 Don Jose (+1942) wreck
Don Jose was a American Cargo Vessel of 10,893 tons. On the 2nd January 1942 she was bombed in an air raid by Japanese aircraft off Corregidor and wrecked on shore.
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02/01/1942 Iona USS (+1942) wreck
Iona USS (+1942)USS Iona was an American tug that was bombed and sunk at Cavite Naval Base, Philippines in a Japanese air raid on the 2nd January 1942.
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02/01/1942 Kaiho Maru (+1942) wreck
Kaiho Maru was a Japanese Cargo Vessel of 2,563 tons. She was formerly called the KAIPING and was captured by the by IJN in port of Manila, renamed Kaiho Maru, sunk by US seamine, West of Kyushu on the 12th December 1942.
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02/01/1942 Malama SS (+1942) wreck
Malama SS was an American Cargo Steamer of 3,275 tons built in 1919 by the Submarine Boat Corp., Newark, New Jersey for the Matson Navigation Co. On the 2nd Janaury 1942 she was attacked by a seaplane and sunk by shellfire from IJN auxiliary cruiser Aikoku Maru off Tahiti.
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02/01/1942 PD-22 (+1942) wreck
Lost somewhere in the Philippines through enemy action and struck off Navy List in January 1942. Does anyone have any other information?
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02/01/1942 Ruth Alexander SS (+1942) wreck
Ruth Alexander SS (+1942)Ruth Alexander SS was the North German Lloyd ship SIERRA CORDOBA. This was an 8,226 ton ship, 439ft x 56ft, twin screw, speed 13 knots, accommodation for 1,740 passengers. Built 1913 by A.G. Vulcan, Stettin, she sailed between Bremen, Antwerp, Rio, Montevideo and Buenos Aires. In August 1914 she sheltered in Montevideo after delivering there prisoners from ships sunk by the German raider KRONPRINZ WILHELM. On 18th January 1915 she left there with a cargo of coal for a rendezvous with the DRESDEN near Tierra del Fuego (The DRESDEN was the sole survivor of the Battle of the Falklands) The coal was transferred in lifeboats. February 1915 arrived Valparaiso and on 6th March 1915 left there with another load of coal for the DRESDEN, now hidden in Juan Fernandez Island. DRESDEN was later sunk there by HMS GLASGOW. SIERRA CORDOBA was then interned at Callao. In September 1917 she was seized by Peruvian authorities and renamed CALLAO. September 1918 towed to California for repairs after being damaged by German crew in 1917. Initially used as a US Navy transport, in 1921 she was sold to the American owned Dollar Line and chartered to the Admiral Line, Seattle for coastal passenger services. 1923 renamed RUTH ALEXANDER. 1938 Dollar Line was taken over by the US Maritime Commission and in 1939 the RUTH ALEXANDER was taken over by American President Lines, rebuilt as a cargo ship and put under the Panamanian flag. On 31st December 1941 she was hit by Japanese torpedo bombers off Balikpapan while escaping from Manila in the of Strait Makassar. 1 was killed. She sank on January 2nd, 1942.
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02/01/1942 Waziristan SS [+1942] wreck
Waziristan SS [+1942]Waziristan SS was a British Cargo Steamer of 5,135 tons built in 1924. On the 2nd January 1942 when on route from NEW YORK for MURMANSK carrying a general cargo in Convoy PQ 7A she became stranded in ice and was damaged by Lufwaffe bombing and then torpedoed by German submarine U-134 and sunk when 20nm South of Bear Island, Norway. Crew 47 lost.
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02/01/1943 Alarm HMS (J-140) (+1943) wreck
Bombed by German aircraft off Bone on 2 January 1943 and declared a Constructive Total Loss (CTL).
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02/01/1943 Ballot SS (+1943) wreck
SS Ballot ran aground and was wrecked at Kildin Island on the 2nd January 1943.
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02/01/1943 Brahe SS (+1943) wreck
Brahe SS (+1943)Brahe SS was a Finnish cargo steamer of 1,879grt. On the 2nd January 1943 she ran aground and was wrecked near Utklippan when on route from Germany to Helsingfors with a cargo of coal.
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02/01/1943 Ebon Maru (+1943) wreck
On January 2nd, 1943, U.S. submarine USS Argonaut (SS-166 Lt. Cdr. John Reeves Pierce) sinks the Japanese guardboat Ebon Maru in the Bismarck Sea, 04°30'S, 151°30'E.
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02/01/1943 Empire Metal MV (+1943) wreck
Empire Metal MV (+1943)Bombed and set on fire at Bona, Algeria. Raised and BU Savona 1950, the engine being reused.
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02/01/1943 Ingeborg FV (+1943) wreck
On January 2nd, 1943, the Danish fishing ship INGEBORG was sunk by a mine.
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02/01/1944 Albert Gallatin SS [+1944] wreck
Albert Gallatin SS [+1944]On 2nd January 1944, the U.S. freighter Albert Gallatin is torpedoed and sunk by the Japanese submarine I-26 about 60 miles off the Arabian coast, 21°21´N, 59°58´E. There are no casualties among the complement (including the 28-man Armed Guard, who remain at their posts until the ship literally sinks beneath them). The Norwegian tanker Britannia rescues the survivors.
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02/01/1944 Eleutherian (+1944) wreck
Eleutherian; 60 tons; Registered at Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. Registration no. 154273. On the 2nd January 1944, Eleutherian was lost due to a leakage, off Little Hope Island, 3 miles off.
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02/01/1944 Isshin Maru SS (+1944) wreck
The Japanese tanker Isshin Maru SS was torpedoed and sunk by the U.S. submarine USS Finback on January 2nd, 1944, about 200 miles N. of Okinawa.
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02/01/1945 Daian Maru (+1945) wreck
On 2nd January 1945, the US submarine Becuna (SS-319) sinks the Japanese ship Daian Maru east of Madoera Island, 05°50´S, 113°12´E.
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02/01/1945 Hakka Maru MV (+1945) wreck
On 2nd January 1945, USAAF A-20s and P-38s (Fifth Air Force) attack Japanese shipping off San Fernando, Luzon, and sink Coast Defense Vessel No.138, transport Meiryu Maru, army cargo ship Shirokawa Maru, merchant cargo ships Taishin Maru, Hakka Maru, Hishikata Maru and Koryu Maru.
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02/01/1945 Hayburn Wyke HMT (FY139) [+1945] wreck
Hayburn Wyke HMT (FY139) [+1945]HMS Hayburn Wyke (FY 139) MS Trawler Navy: The Royal Navy Type: MS Trawler Class: Pennant: FY 139 Built by: Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.) Ordered: Laid down: Launched: 28 Aug, 1917 Commissioned: , 1941 Lost: 2 Jan, 1945 Loss position: 51.15N, 02.49E (See a map) History: Completed on 14 November 1917. Taken over by the Admiralty in 1941. Displacement: 324 tons. HMS Hayburn Wyke (Lt. Skipper F. Wilson) was torpedoed and sunk by a German Seehund U-5304 midget submarine of Ostend, Belgium on 2 January 1945. Volgens het vlaamse hydrografie gaat het om een geruimd wrak
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02/01/1945 Hishikata Maru (+1945) wreck
On 2nd January 1945, USAAF A-20s and P-38s (Fifth Air Force) attack Japanese shipping off San Fernando, Luzon, and sink Coast Defense Vessel No.138, transport Meiryu Maru, army cargo ship Shirokawa Maru, merchant cargo ships Taishin Maru, Hakka Maru, Hishikata Maru and Koryu Maru.
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02/01/1945 Koryu Maru (+1945) wreck
On 2nd January 1945, USAAF A-20s and P-38s (Fifth Air Force) attack Japanese shipping off San Fernando, Luzon, and sink Coast Defense Vessel No.138, transport Meiryu Maru, army cargo ship Shirokawa Maru, merchant cargo ships Taishin Maru, Hakka Maru, Hishikata Maru and Koryu Maru.
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02/01/1945 Meiryu Maru (+1945) wreck
On 2nd January 1945, USAAF A-20s and P-38s (Fifth Air Force) attack Japanese shipping off San Fernando, Luzon, and sink Coast Defense Vessel No.138, transport Meiryu Maru, army cargo ship Shirokawa Maru, merchant cargo ships Taishin Maru, Hakka Maru, Hishikata Maru and Koryu Maru.
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02/01/1945 No.138 (+1945) wreck
On 2nd January 1945, USAAF A-20s and P-38s (Fifth Air Force) attack Japanese shipping off San Fernando, Luzon, and sink Coast Defense Vessel No.138, transport Meiryu Maru, army cargo ship Shirokawa Maru, merchant cargo ships Taishin Maru, Hakka Maru, Hishikata Maru and Koryu Maru.
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02/01/1945 Shirokawa Maru (+1945) wreck
On 2nd January 1945, USAAF A-20s and P-38s (Fifth Air Force) attack Japanese shipping off San Fernando, Luzon, and sink Coast Defense Vessel No.138, transport Meiryu Maru, army cargo ship Shirokawa Maru, merchant cargo ships Taishin Maru, Hakka Maru, Hishikata Maru and Koryu Maru.
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02/01/1945 Sunoco (+1945) wreck
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02/01/1945 Sverre [+1945] wreck
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02/01/1945 Taishin Maru (+1945) wreck
On 2nd January 1945, USAAF A-20s and P-38s (Fifth Air Force) attack Japanese shipping off San Fernando, Luzon, and sink Coast Defense Vessel No.138, transport Meiryu Maru, army cargo ship Shirokawa Maru, merchant cargo ships Taishin Maru, Hakka Maru, Hishikata Maru and Koryu Maru.
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02/01/1945 Wilmington SV (+1945) wreck
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02/01/1946 U-2502 (+1946) wreck
U-2502 (+1946)U-2502 was a German submarine Type XXI. She surrendered in the 11th Flotilla. Left Horten, Norway on the 19th May 1945 and reached Oslo on the 20th May. From Oslo on the 3rd June to Scapa Flow on which she reached on the 6th June. On the 7th June she reached Lisahally, N. Ireland. Operation Deadlight (post-war Allied operation) On the 1st January 1946 she was taken to Moville, some 15 miles north of Lisahally. From there she was sunk on the 2nd January 1946 at 1030 hours in position 56.06N, 09.00W.
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02/01/1946 U-516 (+1946) wreck
U-516 was a German submarine Type IXC. She surrendered at Lough Foyle, Northern Ireland. Transferred to Lisahally on the 14th May 1945 for Operation Deadlight. Operation Deadlight (post-war Allied operation) She was sunk on the 2nd January 1946.
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02/01/1947 Caritas I SS (+1947) wreck
Caritas I SS (+1947)03-18 WILSTER Trechmann SS C° Ltd., (Trechmann Bros, mgrs) West Hartlepool Br 18-20 SCARPA Isles Steam Shipping C° Ltd., (A.M. Sutherland, mgr) Newcastle Br 18.11.1920 stranded on North Rock, Gloughey Bay, o/v Sligo-Barry in ballast. Raised 23.2.1921 and sold by underwriters to Greek owners. 22-28 AMAZON M.M. Pithis & C°, Chios Gr 28-30 AMAZON M.M. Pithis & C° & M.G. Chrussachi, Chios Gr 30-33 NERAIDA M. Kulukundis, Chios Gr 33-38 NERAIDA Petros M. Nomikos Ltd., Piraeus Gr 38-39 ANNA S J. Stephanopoulos & N.M. Andronicos, (Balkans & Near East Shipping Agency SA), Piraeus Gr 39-40 TAKIS P.S. Antippas, Panama Pa 40-42 FREDERIC S.A. de Pont Brulé, Vilvorde Be 6.1940-5.1942 detained at Casablanca by French authorities 24.5.1942 to Red Cross (Fondation pour l´organisation des transports de la Croix Rouge) 6.6.1942 to Lisbon, repaired and back in service 11.1942 42-45 CARITAS I Red Cross (Swiss Shipping C°, mgrs), Basle Su 11 voyages pour la Croix-Rouge jusqu´en 1945 6.8.1945 back to owners 45-47 CARITAS I S.A. de Pont Brulé, Vilvorde Be 10.11.1946 sauve l´équipage du chalutier espagnol MARIA DEL CONSUELO (port d´attache: Vigo) au large d´Oporto. 11.11.1946 arrive à Leixoes en remorquant le chalutier (o/v Huelva-left 8.11-Ghent, avec du minerais et quelques passagers) 1.1.1947 damaged in collision with Dutch ss JAN STEEN (7147/42) at Schoone Waardin near Flushing (river Scheldt) o/v Ghent (left 31.12)-Lisbon with machinery, superphosphates and jute yarn (51°26´32"N-03°37´54" E) during fog. Stranded to avoid sinking but she brokes in two and sank on 2.1.1947 (Capt. Henrotay) Equipage secouru par le remorqueur hollandais BLANKENBURG (123/38) de Smit´s Internationale Sleepdienst et débarqué à Vlissingen.
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02/01/1948 Dragon (+1948) wreck
Dragon; Barque; 157.92 tons; Owned by Swan River Shipping Co. Ltd.; Built at W. & S. Lawrence in 1906. Registered at Fremantle. On 02 January 1948, Dragon was scuttled off Rottnest Graveyard.
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02/01/1948 Silvia Onorato SS [+1948] wreck
6.09.1943: Heurte une mine à Dellimara Point (Malte) amené à Bari pour réparations. 5.09.1944: Coule après avoir heurté la jetée puis remis à flot. 2.01.1948: Chargé de minerai, échoué aux Goodwin Sands (Manche), les sauveteurs recueillent les 28 hommes d'équipage ainsi que 2 passagers clandestins 06.09.1943: struck a mine at Dellimara Point (Malta) brought to Bari for repairs. 05.09.1944: Sunk after hitting the pier and then refloated. 02.01.1948: with a cargo of lead ore, stranded in the Goodwin Sands (English Channel), rescuers collected the 28 crew members and two stowaways 06.09.1943: Chocó una mina en Dellimara Point (Malta) y llevado a Bari para las reparaciones. 05.09.1944: se hundió por chocar el muelle y luego puesto a flote. 02.01.1948: Cargado de mineral, embarrancó Goodwin Sands (Canal Inglés). Equipos de rescate recogiron los 28 miembros de la tripulación y dos polizones 6.09.1943: bateu numa mina em Dellimara Point (Malta), levado para Bari para reparos. 05.09.1944: Afunda depois de bater no quebramar e depois reflutuado. 1.02.1948: Carregado de minério, encalhou em Goodwin Sands (Canal Inglês). Os socorristas recolheram os 28 tripulantes e dois passageiros clandestinos
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02/01/1956 Citrine MV [+1956] wreck
Citrine MV [+1956]Foundered in a gale with a cargo of limestone when front hatch was stove in, when on route from Llanddulas for London with a cargo of limestone. Ten crew rescued by Coverack & Lizard lifeboats.
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02/01/1961 ?51°03'XXXN-001°29'XXXE [+1961] wreck
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02/01/1961 ?51°03'XXXN-001°29'XXXE [+1961] wreck
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02/01/1961 Indian Navigator ? SS [+1961] wreck
Indian Navigator ? SS [+1961]Entreprise fondée par Antonio Prado à Barretos, Etat de São Paulo, Brésil, pour opérer dans la filière de la viande bovine. 1914: Première à exporter de la viande congelée vers l'Angleterre. Possédait sa propre flotte de transport. Rachetée en 1923 par le groupe britanique Vestey Founded by Antonio Prado in Barretos, São Paulo State, Brazil, to operated in the beef industry. 1914: First to export frozen meat to Enhland. Had its own transport fleet. Bought in 1923 by the British Vestey Fundada por Antonio Prado en Barretos, Estado de São Paulo, Brasil, para trabajar en la industria de la carne. 1914: Primero a exportar carne congelada a Inglaterra. Tenía su propia flota de transporte. Comprada en 1923 por el grupo británico Vestey Fundada por Antonio Prado, em Barretos, Estado de São Paulo, Brasil, para atuar no setor de carne bovina. 1914: Primeira aexportar carne congelada para a Inglaterra. Tinha a sua frota de transporte própria. Comprada em 1923 pelo grupo britânico Vestey
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02/01/1967 Ponta de Sagres MV (+1967) wreck
Petit navire dédié au cabotage au long des côtes portugaises et marocaines. En voyage de Lisbone vers Kenitra chargé d'engrais et marchandises diverses, a souffert une avarie de moteur un jour de forte brume qui l'a fait échouer et se casser en deux près de Moulay Bousselham, Maroc. L'équipage a pu être secouru le lendemain. Small coaster dedicated to transport along the coast of Portugal and Morocco. On t rip from Lisbon to Kenitra loaded with fertilizers and general cargo, suffered an engine breakdown one day of heavy fog that caused stranding and breaking in two close to Moulay Bousselham, Morocco. The crew could be rescued the next day. Buque dedicado al cabotaje a lo largo de la costa de Portugal y Marruecos. Viajando de Lisboa a Kenitra cargado de fertilizantes y mercancia general, sufrió una avería de motor un día de niebla densa que provocó el encallamiento y quiebra en dos cerca de Moulay Bousselham, Marruecos. La tripulación pudo ser rescatada al día siguiente. Pequeno navio dedicado à cabotagem ao longo da costa de Portugal e Marrocos. Viajando de Lisboa para Kenitra carregado de fertilizantes e mercadoria geral, sofreu uma pane de motor num dia de forte nevoeiro que causou o encalhe e quebra em duas partes próximo à Moulay Bousselham, Marrocos. A tripulação pôde ser resgatada no dia seguinte.
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02/01/1967 Raagan SS [+1967] wreck
Raagan SS [+1967] SS RAAGAN Built by Laxevaag Maskin- & Jernskibsbyggeri, Bergen (#129); 1477 grt, 2390 nrt, 2390 dwt. 257.8 x 37.9 x 15.8; triple expansion engine (Laxevaag), 167 nhp On January 2nd, 1967, the Norwegian cargo ship SS RAAGAN, owned at the time of her loss by Lea T., was on a voyage from Jøssinghamn to Dordrecht, when she sank after springing a leak, off Terschelling. From Norway sources : 1919: Des.: Levert som ERICH LINDØE for D/S A/S Erich Lindøe (Peder Lindøe & Co. A/S), Haugesund 1928: April: Solgt til Rederi A/S Harald Grenske (H. Haraldsen), Skien Omdøpt GRENLAND 1934: Disp. overtatt av Thoralf Holta, Borgestad/Porsgrunn 1937: Solgt til Joh. Wessels Kulforretning A/S (Pehrsson & Wessel), Drammen Omdøpt HILDUR I 1955: Sept.: Solgt til D/S Raagan (Thorleif Lea), Haugesund. Omdøpt RAAGAN 1967: 02.01. : Sprang lekk i Nordsjøen og sank utf. Terschelling). Var på reise Jøssinghamn – Dordrecht med titanmalm.
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02/01/1967 Tayga (part 1) [+1967] wreck
**UK TYPE LIBERTY SHIP ´TAYGA´ BEACHED ON 2 JAN 1967, 2M W OF MOKHA IN MOUTH OF RED SEA. (LIBERTY SHIPS)
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02/01/1967 Tayga (part 2) [+1967] wreck
**UK TYPE LIBERTY SHIP ´TAYGA´ BEACHED ON 2 JAN 1967, 2M W OF MOKHA IN MOUTH OF RED SEA. (LIBERTY SHIPS).
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02/01/1970 Bayonne [+1970] wreck
**OWNED AT TIME OF LOSS BY COMPTOIRS FRANCAIS DES NOUVELLES HEBRIDES. AGROUND ON REEF. (LL).
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02/01/1973 Fede SS [+1973] wreck
Fede SS [+1973]Fede SS was owned by Fides Sg Co SA, Panama from 1968-1973. Previously called, SS Rosa Smith 1908-1954 SS Leena Nurminen 1954-1956 SS Regulus 1956-1966 SS Insula 1966-1968 SS Fede 1968
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02/01/1973 Waroch FV [+1973] wreck
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02/01/1974 Boy Francis [+1974] wreck
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02/01/1974 Oceana Point [+1974] wreck
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02/01/1974 Poliaigos B [+1974] wreck
**BUILT IN 1948 BY VAN DER GIESSEN-DE-NOODE, N V, KRIMPEN. OWNED AT TIME OF LOSS BY POLIAIGOS NAV CO LTD. PASSAGE LEGHORN FOR MOGADISCIO. RAN AGROUND ON BASSAS DA INDIA. (MSD).
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02/01/1975 ?50°08'XXXN-003°56'XXXW [+1975] wreck
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02/01/1975 Le Tuki (+1975) wreck
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02/01/1976 ?26°31'XXXN-078°46'XXXW [+1976] wreck
**ANCHOR AND CABLE LOST BY M BULK CARRIER THEODOROS GAVRIDIS. (LL).
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02/01/1976 Miss Cecilia FV [+1976] wreck
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02/01/1976 Xeny MV [+1976] wreck
Xeny MV [+1976]The Greek motorship Xeny, on a voyage in ballast from Port Harcourt to the U.K. and Rotterdam, caught fire about 60 miles N of Lisbon. Abandoned by her crew she was taken in tow but capsized and sank near Cadiz.
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02/01/1978 Merweborg MV (+1978) wreck
On 2 January 1978, the Dutch cargo MV Merweborg capsized and sank near Alexandria, Egypt.
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02/01/1979 Mano No.11 [+1979] wreck
**SANK IN SINGAPORE, EASTERN ROADS, FOLLOWING COLLISION WITH M TANKER ´MAJESTIC PRIDE´. VESSEL WAS ON PASSAGE SINGAPORE FOR S KOREA. (LL, 4.1.79). **VESSEL, BUILT 1967, WAS OWNED AT TIME OF LOSS BY DUCKS LINES CO. S.A. (MSD).
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02/01/1979 Master Michael MV (+1979) wreck
Master Michael MV (+1979)1.01.1979: En route de Curaçao vers Haïti chargé de gazole, a souffert d'une série d'explosions. Abandonné par 30 hommes d'équipage qui disparurent. Les 5 restés à bord nagent vers le navire italien Illica venu au secours, 4 sont repêchés. Le navire sombra le lendemain 01.01.1979: En route from Curacao to Haiti loaded with diesel, suffered series of explosions. Abandoned by 30 sailors who disappeared. The 5 remained on board swam to the italian ship Illica coming later to rescue, four were saved. The ship sank the next day 01.01.1979: En el camino de Curacao a Haití cargado de diesel, sufrió una serie de explosiones. Abandonado por 30 tripulantes que desaparecieron. 5 se mantuvieron a bordo y nadaron hasta la nave italiana Illica que vino al rescate, de los cuales cuatro fueron rescatados. El barco se hundió al día siguiente 1,01.1979: A caminho de Curaçao para Haiti carregado de gasóleo, sofreu uma série de explosões. Abandonado por 30 tripulantes que sumiram. Os 5 que permaneceram a bordo nadaram até o navio italiano Illica vindo para o resgate, dos quais quatro foram resgatadas. O navio afundou no dia seguinte
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02/01/1979 Svendborg Sund MV [+1979] wreck
**H2064/75 20.2.79 TOOK ON 40 DEG LIST IN HEAVY WEATHER. ABANDONED BY CREW. CAPSIZED & FOUND DRIFTING IN VICINITY OF R SCHLEI ESTUARY. (LL 235 P 19). **21.2.79 ABANDONED BY OWNERS & INSURERS. WILL PROBABLY BE REMOVED BY GERMAN AUTHORITIES AS A DANGER TO NAVIGATION. (LL 235 P 141).
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02/01/1981 Giannoula K. MV [+1981] wreck
Giannoula K. MV [+1981]On January 2nd, 1981, the Greek cargo ship GIANNOULA K., built in 1954 by De Biesbosch and owned at the time of her loss by Vlycho Shipping Co. Sa, on voyage from Antalya in ballast, was lost after running aground. There were no casualties.
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02/01/1981 Mammoth Scan MV [+1981] wreck
**VESSEL, BUILT 1977 BY MARTIN JANSEN SCHIFFSWERFT U MFBK, LEER. OWNED AT TIME OF LOSS BY BLAESBJERG & CO.. HAVING ARRIVED OFF MALAGA UNDER TOW OF TUG ´GROENLAND´ WITH 45DEG LIST, FOLLOWING BAD WEATHER OFF ALGERIAN COAST. LOCAL AUTHORITIES WOULD NOT ALLOW VESSEL TO BE BEACHED. VESSEL LATER SANK IN 160MTRS. (MSD & LLOYDS VOL.243).
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02/01/1985 Gabrielle Annick MFV [+1985] wreck
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02/01/1986 Bonny Carrier SS [+1986] wreck
SS Bonny Carrier was wrecked in tow when on route from Bonny for Santander for scrapping.
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02/01/1986 Nabil MV [+1986] wreck
**RAN AGROUND DURING STRONG WINDS. (LL, 6.1.86).
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02/01/1988 Cathy Lynn MV [+1988] wreck
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02/01/1993 Luchana (+1993) wreck
coule après avoir talonné sur des roches
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02/01/1997 Dystos MV [+1997] wreck
Dystos MV [+1997]Se déplaçait sur lest par mauvais temps entre Volos et Drapetzona( Grèce), prit de la gîte et se retourna. 17 morts, 3 disparus, 1 survivant On ballast between weather Volos and Drapetzona (Greece), give the band and capsized. 17 dead, 3 missing, one survivor Viajando de lastre por mal tiempo entre Volos y Drapetzona (Grecia), llevó banda y vuelcó. 17 muertos, 3 desaparecidos, 1 sobreviviente Viajando em lastro com tempo ruim entre Volos e Drapetzona (Grécia), levou banda e virou. 17 mortos, três desaparecidos, um sobrevivente
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02/01/1998 Xing Yie 525 [+1998] wreck
**SANK. CREW OF 7 RECOVERED. ABOUT 40 CONTAINERS FLOATED FREE.
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02/01/2000 Tiksi MV (+2000) wreck
The Ukrainian cargo ship MV Tiksi of 2,300 grt, flying a Cambodian flag, sank early on the 2nd January 2000 in the Black Sea and 1 crew member drowned, the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry reported. The other 11 crew members were rescued from life boats about 8 miles from the Russian shore near the resort of Dzhugba. The vessel was sailing between Nikolayev, Ukraine & Poti, Georgia when it went down.
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02/01/2004 Alphée (Y 696) (+2004) wreck
Navie basé à Brest (Bretagne, France) qui servit pour pièces de rechange avant d'être utilié omme cible de tir au large de son port d'attache Vessel based in Brest (Brittany, France) that served to spare before being utilié ike target shooting of her home port Brco basado en Brest (Bretaña, Francia) que sirvió de sobra antes de ser utilado como tiro al blanco a lo largo de su puerto base Navio baseado em Brest (Bretanha, França) que serviu para peças de reposição antes de ser utilizado como tiro ao alvo ao largoo do seu porto de armamento
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02/01/2008 Ocean Lady MV [+2008] wreck
**BUILT IN 1943. HAD BEEN ARRESTED AND HELD IN PORT FOR MONTHS. HAD BECOME A REFUGE FOR ILLEGAL IMMEGRANTS WHO ARE CONSIDERED TO HAVE SET THE TUG ALIGHT IN PROTEST AT REGULAR RAIDS. TOWED TO SEA AND SANK.
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