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BRITISH MERCHANT SHIPS LOST to ENEMY ACTION
Part 3 of 3 -
September 1917-November 1918 in date order

from the original and uncorrected "British Vessels Lost at Sea, 1914-1918", published by HMSO, 1919

HM Transport Aragon sinking, 30 December 1917 (Janet Mitchell, click to enlarge)

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1. Information in order: Name, Type where listed (otherwise steam ship - passenger ship, passenger-cargo, tramp, bulk tanker etc), Tons gross, Date of loss, Position, Cause of Loss/How attacked/How Sunk, Lives Lost/Crew taken prisoner.

2. All British shipping losses are due to German surface ships, submarines or aircraft, except for some vessels sunk by Austro-Hungarian submarines in the Mediterranean or scuttled in the Baltic

3. Lives lost include crew and civilian passengers, but not military personnel

 

 
 

1917

SEPTEMBER 1917

ERATO, 2,041grt, defensively-armed, 1 September 1917, 4 miles SE from the Lizard, mined and sunk

RYTONHALL, 4,203grt, defensively-armed, 2 September 1917, 105 miles W S from Ushant, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

WENTWORTH, 3,828grt, defensively-armed, 2 September 1917, 36 miles W S from Belle Ile, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost Master and two gunners prisoners

OLIVE BRANCH, 4,649grt, defensively-armed, 2 September 1917, 85 miles N by E E from North Cape, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

TREVERBYN, 4,163grt, defensively-armed, 3 September 1917, 2 miles ESE from Ushinish Lighthouse, South Uist, mined and sunk, 27 lives lost including Master

RAGNHILD, 1,495grt, defensively-armed, 3 September 1917, 14 miles S by E E from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost including Master

LA NEGRA, 8,312grt, defensively-armed, 3 September 1917, 50 miles SSW from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

PEERLESS, 3,112grt, defensively-armed, 4 September 1917, 60 miles SW from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost Master and two gunners prisoners

BISHOPSTON, 2,513grt, defensively-armed, 4 September 1917, 30 miles S by E from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

GLYNN, sailing vessel, 60grt, 5 September 1917, 32 miles NW from Les Hanois, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

INDUSTRY, sailing vessel, 91grt, 5 September 1917, 20 miles NNW from Les Hanois, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ECHUNGA, 6,285grt, defensively-armed, 5 September 1917, 40 miles N by E from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 9 lives lost

THEODOR, sailing vessel, 230grt, 5 September 1917, 13 miles N by W W from Sept Iles, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

FLORENCE MUSPRATT, sailing vessel, 79grt, 5 September 1917, 10 miles North from Sept Iles, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 1 life lost

EMMA, sailing vessel, 73grt, 5 September 1917, 8 miles N by W from Sept Iles, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

FRANCES, sailing vessel, 89grt, 5 September 1917, 8 miles N by W from Sept Iles, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

TUSKAR, 1,159grt, defensively-armed, 6 September 1917, 3 miles West from Eagle Island, mined and sunk, 10 lives lost

CLAN FERGUSON, 4,808grt, defensively-armed, 6 September 1917, 15 miles NW from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

HINEMOA, sailing vessel, 2,283grt, 7 September 1917, 35 miles WSW from Bishop Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

MINNEHAHA, 13,714grt, defensively-armed, 7 September 1917, 12 miles SE from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 43 lives lost

HUNSBRIDGE, 3,424grt, defensively-armed, 7 September 1917, 60 miles SW by W W from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

NEWHOLM, 3,399grt, defensively-armed, 8 September 1917, 1 mile South from Start Point, mined and sunk, 20 lives lost

EZEL, sailing vessel, 163grt, 8 September 1917, 20 miles North from St Valery (en Caux), captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

LAURA, sailing vessel, 86grt, 8 September 1917, 25 miles North from Fecamp, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

HARROW, 1,777grt, defensively-armed, 8 September 1917, 4 miles SE from Whitby, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ELIZABETH, sailing vessel, 49grt, 8 September 1917, 12 miles E by S from Start Point, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

STORM, 440grt, 9 September 1917, 1 mile SE from Sunk LV, SeaplaneNo warningTorpedo, 3 lives lost

SWIFTSURE, 823grt, defensively-armed, 9 September 1917, Shapinsay Sound, mined and sunk, 1 life lost

PARKMILL, 1,316grt, defensively-armed, 10 September 1917, 1 miles from Kirkalister Lighthouse, Bressay, mined and sunk

MARY ORR, sailing vessel, 91grt, 10 September 1917, 8 miles N by E from Pendeen Lighthouse, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

MOSS ROSE, sailing vessel, 161grt, 10 September 1917, 7 miles NNE from Pendeen Lighthouse, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

MARY SEYMOUR, sailing vessel, 150grt, 10 September 1917, 7 miles NNE from Pendeen Lighthouse, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

WATER LILY, sailing vessel, 111grt, 10 September 1917, 8 miles N by E from Pendeen Lighthouse, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

JANE WILLIAMSON, sailing vessel, 197grt, 10 September 1917, 20 miles NNE from St Ives, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 4 lives lost including Master

LUXEMBOURG, 1,417grt, defensively-armed, 11 September 1917, 3 miles NNE from Pendeen Lighthouse, mined and sunk

VIENNA, 4,170grt, defensively-armed, 11 September 1917, 340 miles W N from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 25 lives lost Master prisoner

EMBLETON, 5,377grt, defensively-armed, 11 September 1917, 150 miles W from Cape Spartel, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

WILLIAM, sailing vessel, 60grt, 11 September 1917, 4 miles NW by N from Crackington Haven, Cornwall, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

URD, 3,049grt, defensively-armed, 11 September 1917, 10 miles N by E E from Cape Palos, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

HS3, tug and RB10, barge, 12 September 1917, 18 miles W by N from Cape Sines, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

GIBRALTAR, 3,803grt, defensively-armed, 12 September 1917, 100 miles SE S from Cape de Creus, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

ST MARGARET, 943grt, defensively-armed, 12 September 1917, 30 miles SE from Lille Dimon Island Faroe, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

AGRICOLA, sailing vessel, 49grt, 12 September 1917, 15 miles WNW from Lundy Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

CHULMLEIGH, 4,911grt, defensively-armed, 14 September 1917, 10 miles SW by W from Cape Salou, Spain, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ZETA, 2,269grt, defensively-armed, 14 September 1917, 8 miles S by W from MineHead, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SOMMEINA, 3,317grt, defensively-armed, 15 September 1917, 4 miles SE from the Manacles, mined and sunk

DEPENDENCE, sailing vessel, 120grt, 15 September 1917, 6 miles West from the Lizard, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

SANTAREN, 4,256grt, defensively-armed, 15 September 1917, 40 miles NE from Muckle Flugga, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master and Chief Officer prisoners

ROLLESBY, 3,955grt, defensively-armed, 15 September 1917, 80 miles ENE from Muckle Flugga, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

ARABIS, 3,928grt, defensively-armed, 16 September 1917, 210 miles W by S from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 20 lives lost including Master

SANDSEND, 3,814grt, defensively-armed, 16 September 1917, 6 miles SE by E from MineHead, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

QUEEN AMELIE, 4,278grt, defensively-armed, 17 September 1917, 19 miles NNE from Muckle Flugga, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

PORT KEMBLA, 4,700grt, 18 September 1917, off Cape Farewell, New Zealand, mined and sunk

ARENDAL, 1,387grt, defensively-armed, 18 September 1917, 115 miles W N from Cape Spartel, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN, 3,709grt, defensively-armed, 18 September 1917, 50 miles N by W from Muckle Flugga, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 18 lives lost Master and one gunner prisoners

POLAR PRINCE, 3,611grt, defensively-armed, 18 September 1917, 8 miles W by S from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner

SAINT RONALD, 4,387grt, defensively-armed, 19 September 1917, 95 miles NNW from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 24 lives lost

ETAL MANOR, 1,875grt, 19 September 1917, 7 miles S by W from Hook Point, Waterford, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost including Master

FABIAN, 2,246grt, defensively-armed, 20 September 1917, 30 miles W N from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

KURDISTAN, 3,720grt, defensively-armed, 20 September 1917, 27 miles ESE from Pantellaria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GRELEEN, 2,286grt, defensively-armed, 22 September 1917, 7 miles E by N from Berry Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost including Master

TRONGATE, 2,553grt, 22 September 1917, 5 miles N from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

PERSEVERANCE, sailing vessel, 118grt, 23 September 1917, 14 miles NW by N from St Valery (en Caux), captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ST DUNSTAN, dredger, 23 September 1917, 12 miles NW by N from Bill of Portland, mined and sunk, 2 lives lost

HORNSUND, 3,646grt, defensively-armed, 23 September 1917, 2 miles ESE from Scarborough, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

IRTHINGTON, 2,845grt, defensively-armed, 23 September 1917, 3 miles ENE from Cape Vaticano, Italy, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ROSEHILL, 2,788grt, defensively-armed, 23 September 1917, 5 miles SW by S from Fowey, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

IRISTON, 3,221grt, defensively-armed, 24 September 1917, 7 miles S by W from Cape Camerat, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BOYNTON, 2,578grt, defensively-armed, 24 September 1917, 5 miles WNW from Cape Cornwall, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 23 lives lost including Master

CITY OF SWANSEA, 1,375grt, defensively-armed, 25 September 1917, 15 miles ENE from Berry Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ACORN, sailing vessel, 97grt, 26 September 1917, 20 miles S by E from Start Point, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

SWAN RIVER, 4,724grt, defensively-armed, 27 September 1917, 27 miles NNW from Oran, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GRELTORIA, 5,143grt, defensively-armed, 27 September 1917, 3 miles NW by N N from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SANWEN, 3,689grt, defensively-armed, 29 September 1917, 50 miles E N from Cape Bear, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

KILDONAN, 2,118grt, 29 September 1917, 2 miles NNW from Pendeen Lighthouse, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost including Master

ELMSGARTH, 3,503grt, defensively-armed, 29 September 1917, 50 miles NW W from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

PERCY B, sailing vessel, 330grt, 29 September 1917, 180 miles N W from Cape Villano, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

HERON, 885grt, defensively-armed, 30 September 1917, 400 miles West from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 22 lives lost including Master

MIDLOTHIAN, 1,321grt, defensively-armed, 30 September 1917, 80 miles South from Cape Greco, Cyprus, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Master and 2 Gunners prisoners

DRAKE, 2,267grt, defensively-armed, 30 September 1917, 340 miles West from Ushant, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Master prisoner

OCTOBER 1917

NORMANTON, 3,862grt, defensively-armed, 1 October 1917, 115 miles W N from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CARRABIN, sailing vessel, 2,739grt, 1 October 1917, 10 miles South from Daunts Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MERSARIO, 3,847grt, defensively armed, 1 October 1917, 86 miles W by N from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

LUDOVICOS, sailing vessel, 50grt, apprx, 1 October 1917, Mediterranean, captured by submarine, sunk by bomb

ALMORA, 4,385grt, defensively-armed, 2 October 1917, 100 miles W N from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LUGANO, 3,810grt, defensively-armed, 2 October 1917, 2 miles SW from Bull Point, Rathlin, mined and sunk

NUCERIA, 4,702grt, defensively-armed, 2 October 1917, 120 miles W N from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

HURST, 4,718grt, defensively-armed, 3 October 1917, 2 miles W by N from Skokham Id, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MEMLING, 7,307grt, defensively-armed, 3 October 1917, Laberildut Channel, near Brest, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BARON BLANTYRE, 1,844grt, defensively-armed, 3 October 1917, 60 miles NW W from Cape Finisterre, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

FORESTMOOR, 2,844grt, defensively-armed, 5 October 1917, 54 miles W by N N from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 22 lives lost including Master

BONTNEWYDD, 3,296grt, defensively-armed, 5 October 1917, 60 miles NNE from Marsa Susa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

TOLEDO, 1,159grt, 5 October 1917, Baltic, reported as destroyed to avoid capture, date uncertain, listed as approximately 5th,

CIVILIAN, 7,871grt, defensively-armed, 6 October 1917, 15 miles North from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

BEDALE, 2,116grt, defensively-armed, 6 October 1917, 25 miles SE by S from MineHead, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

ALCYONE, sailing vessel, 116grt, 7 October 1917, 12 miles WNW from Boulogne, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

AYLEVARROO, 908grt, defensively-armed, October 1917, off S Ireland, possibly torpedoed without warning, date uncertain, listed as 7th, 20 lives lost including Master

RICHARD DE LARRINAGA, 5,591grt, defensively-armed, 8 October 1917, 15 miles SE S from Ballycottin Id, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 35 lives lost including Master

MEMPHIAN, 6,305grt, defensively-armed, 8 October 1917, 7 miles ENE from N Arklow LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 32 lives lost

GRELDON, 3,322grt, defensively-armed, 8 October 1917, 7 miles ENE from N Arklow LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 28 lives lost including Master

MAIN, 715grt, defensively armed, 9 October 1917, 1 miles East from Drummore, Luce Bay, SubmarineGunfireGunfire, 12 lives lost

POLDOWN, 1,370grt, defensively-armed, 9 October 1917, 2 miles WSW from Trevose Head, mined and sunk, 18 lives lost including Master

PESHAWUR, 7,634grt, defensively-armed, 9 October 1917, 7 miles SE E from Ballyquintin Point, Co Down, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

GOWRIE, 1,031grt, 10 October 1917, 14 miles NE from Cherbourg, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BOSTONIAN, 5,736grt, defensively-armed, 10 October 1917, 34 miles S by E E from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

CAYO BONITO, 3,427grt, defensively-armed, 11 October 1917, 4 miles ENE from Savona, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

RHODESIA, 4,313grt, defensively-armed, 11 October 1917, 7 miles SE by S from Coningbeg LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

BAYCHATTAN, 3,758grt, defensively-armed, 11 October 1917, a mile SSW from Prawle Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MIRA, 3,700grt, defensively-armed, 11 October 1917, 4 miles SW W from Beachy Head, mined and sunk

W M BARKLEY, 569grt, defensively-armed, 12 October 1917, 7 miles East from the Kish LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost including Master

JOSHUA, sailing vessel, 60grt, October 1917, English Channel, sunk by submarine, not known how sunk, date uncertain, listed as 12th, 3 lives lost including Master

ESKMERE, 2,293grt, defensively-armed, 13 October 1917, 15 miles WNW from South Stack, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 20 lives lost including Master

ALAVI, 3,627grt, defensively-armed, 13 October 1917, 6 miles NE from Cape Palos, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 13 lives lost

PEEBLES, 4,284grt, defensively-armed, 13 October 1917, 14 miles S by E E from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

EAST WALES, 4,321grt, defensively-armed, 14 October 1917, 8 miles S by W W from Daunts Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 3 lives lost

SEMANTHA, 2,847grt, defensively armed, 14 October 1917, 10 miles NW by N from Cape St John, Crete, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 32 lives lost including Master

HARTBURN, 2,367grt, defensively-armed, 15 October 1917, 10 miles South from Anvil Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

WHITE HEAD, 1,172grt, defensively-armed, 15 October 1917, 40 miles NNE from Suda Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 23 lives lost

GARTHCLYDE, 2,124grt, defensively-armed, 15 October 1917, 12 miles W S from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CALIFORNIA, 5,629grt, defensively-armed, 17 October 1917, 145 miles NW by N N from Cape Villano, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

POLVENA, 4,750grt, defensively-armed, 17 October 1917, 25 miles N by E E from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

MANCHURIA, 2,997grt, defensively-armed, 17 October 1917, 60 miles NW from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 26 lives lost including Master

ADAMS, 2,223grt, defensively-armed, 17 October 1917, 6 miles SE by E from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MADURA, 4,484grt, defensively-armed, 18 October 1917, 23 miles WSW from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

HAZELWOOD, 3,120grt, defensively-armed, 18 October 1917, 8 miles S by E E from Anvil Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 32 lives lost including Master

STEN, 928grt, 18 October 1917, 5 miles North from Godrevy Lighthouse, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 9 lives lost including Master

AMSTELDAM, 1,233grt, defensively-armed, 18 October 1917, 6 miles North from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

TOGSTON, 1,057grt, defensively-armed, 18 October 1917, 20 miles S by E E from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

CADMUS, 1,879grt, defensively-armed, 18 October 1917, 20 miles S by E E from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WAR CLOVER, 5,174grt, defensively-armed, 19 October 1917, 25 miles E by N N from Pantellaria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost

CUPICA, motor, 1,240grt, 19 October 1917, 75 miles W by S S from Bishop Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ELDRA, sailing vessel, 227grt, 19 October 1917, 35 miles NW from Treport, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

WAIKAWA, 5,666grt, defensively-armed, 19 October 1917, 4 miles East from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

PERA, 7,635grt, defensively-armed, 19 October 1917, 105 miles E N from Marsa Susa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

GOOD HOPE, 3,618grt, defensively-armed, 19 October 1917, 125 miles E by S from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

AUSTRALDALE, 4,379grt, defensively-armed, 19 October 1917, 165 miles NW by N N from Cape Villano, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 27 lives lost

GEMMA, 1,385grt, defensively-armed, 19 October 1917, 5 miles N by W from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

ELSISTON, 2,908grt, defensively-armed, 19 October 1917, 150 miles E by S S from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

BRITANNIA, 765grt, defensively-armed, October 1917, English Channel, possibly torpedoed without warning by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 19th, 22 lives lost including Master

ALGARVE, 1,274grt, defensively-armed, 20 October 1917, 15 miles WSW from Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 21 lives lost including Master

COLLEGIAN, 7,420grt, defensively-armed, 20 October 1917, 100 miles NW by N N from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

COLORADO, 7,165grt, defensively-armed, 20 October 1917, 1 miles East from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

IONIAN, 8,268grt, defensively armed, 20 October 1917, 2 miles West from St Govan's Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

GRYFEVALE, 4,437grt, defensively-armed, 21 October 1917, 10 miles N from Cape Blanco, chased by submarine, ran ashore

TOM ROPER, sailing vessel, 120grt, 21 October 1917, 20 miles SSE from Start Point, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 1 life lost

BUNTY, tug, 73grt, 21 October 1917, off Whitby, mined and sunk, 5 lives lost including Master

ZILLAH, 3,788grt, defensively-armed, 22 October 1917, 25 miles NE from Kildin Island, Murmanski Coast, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 18 lives lost

TREDEGAR HALL, 3,764grt, defensively-armed, 23 October 1917, 4 miles ESE from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

SEISTAN, 4,238grt, defensively-armed, 23 October 1917, 3 miles N by W W from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

EUSTON, 2,841grt, defensively-armed, 24 October 1917, 37 miles SW from Cape Matapan, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ILDERTON, 3,125grt, defensively-armed, 24 October 1917, 35 miles NE from Kildin Island, Murmanski Coast, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SHEAF BLADE, 2,378grt, defensively-armed, 25 October 1917, 13 miles SE by S from Cape de Gata, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost including Master

NESS, 3,050grt, defensively-armed, 25 October 1917, 10 miles SE from Cape de Gata, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 2 lives lost

WEARSIDE, 3,560grt, defensively-armed, 25 October 1917, 3 miles W by S from Sunk LV, mined and sunk

GEFION, 1,123grt, 25 October 1917, 10 miles NE from Berry Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost including Master

SAPELE, 4,366grt, defensively-armed, 26 October 1917, 100 miles NW from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

LADY HELEN, 811grt, 27 October 1917, mile East from S Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, mined and sunk, 7 lives lost including Master

REDESMERE, 2,123grt, defensively-armed, 28 October 1917, 6 miles WSW from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost

FERRONA, 4,591grt, defensively-armed, 28 October 1917, 7 miles NE from Valencia, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 1 life lost

BARON GARIOCH, 1,831grt, defensively-armed, 28 October 1917, 5 miles SE from Anvil Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

BARON BALFOUR, 3,991grt, defensively-armed, 28 October 1917, 8 miles North from Sem Island, Murmanski Coast, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

NAMUR, 6,701grt, defensively-armed, 29 October 1917, 55 miles E by S S from Gibraltar, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

CAMBRIC, 3,403grt, defensively-armed, 31 October 1917, 14 miles West from Cape Shershel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 24 lives lost including Master, four prisoners

ESTRELLANO, 1,161grt, defensively-armed, 31 October 1917, 14 miles W by N N from Pilier Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

NORTH SEA, 1,711grt, 31 October 1917, 2 miles SW by S from Prawle Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

PHARE, 1,282grt, defensively-armed, 31 October 1917, 2 miles N E from Scarborough, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost

NOVEMBER 1917

JESSIE, 332grt, 2 November 1917, 3 miles NE from Flamborough Head, attacked by submarine with gunfire, beached, total wreck, 4 lives lost including Master

CAPE FINISTERRE, 4,380grt, defensively-armed, 2 November 1917, 1 mile SSE from Manacles Buoy, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 35 lives lost including Master

FARRALINE, 1,226grt, defensively-armed, 2 November 1917, 15 miles NE E from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ANTAEUS, 3,061grt, defensively-armed, 4 November 1917, 42 miles N by W W from Cape Bon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master prisoner

BORDER KNIGHT, 3,724grt, defensively-armed, 4 November 1917, 1 miles ESE from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

HILDA R, sailing vessel, 100grt, 5 November 1917, 20 miles South from Cape St Mary, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 1 life lost

SUNTRAP, 1,353grt, defensively-armed, 7 November 1917, 2 miles East from S Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

THE MARQUIS, 373grt, 8 November 1917, 16 miles ESE from Rockabill, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ARDGLAMIS, 4,540grt, defensively-armed, 9 November 1917, 125 miles West from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BALLOGIE, 1,207grt, defensively-armed, 9 November 1917, 1 miles NE from Filey, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 13 lives lost including Master

LAPWING, 1,192grt, 11 November 1917, 9 miles SE from Southwold, mined and sunk

MORNING STAR, motor, 129grt, 12 November 1917, 10 miles SE E from Cape Barfleur, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

BARBARY, 4,185grt, defensively-armed, 12 November 1917, 56 miles NW by N from Port Said, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost including Master

CARLO, 3,040grt, defensively armed, 13 November 1917, 7 miles S by W from Coningbeg LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ATLAS, 989grt, defensively-armed, 13 November 1917, 5 miles SE from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine,

AXWELL, 1,442grt, defensively-armed, 13 November 1917, 3 miles WSW from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

AXMINSTER, 1,905grt, defensively-armed, 13 November 1917, off Pakefield Gat, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

AUSTRALBUSH, 4,398grt, defensively-armed, 13 November 1917, 7 miles E N from the Eddystone, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ARDMORE, 1,304grt, defensively-armed, 13 November 1917, 13 miles WSW from Coningbeg LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost

DOLLY VARDEN, sailing vessel, 202grt, 14 November 1917, 20 miles N W from Treport, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

PROPHET, 3,230grt, defensively-armed, 14 November 1917, 3 miles SE from Antikithera Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

TROWBRIDGE, 3,712grt, defensively-armed, 14 November 1917, 12 miles SE from Cape de Gata, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

KYNO, 3,034grt, defensively-armed, 16 November 1917, 9 miles N by E E from Shershel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

GARRON HEAD, 1,933grt, defensively-armed, 16 November 1917, 40 miles N by E E from Bayonne, mined and sunk, 28 lives lost

GASCONIA, 3,801grt, defensively-armed, 16 November 1917, 12 miles NE E from Shershel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

WESTERN COAST, 1,394grt, defensively-armed, 17 November 1917, 10 miles WSW from the Eddystone, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 17 lives lost

VICTORIA, 974grt, defensively-armed, 17 November 1917, 14 miles W N from the Eddystone, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

CLAN MACCORQUODALE, 6,517grt, defensively-armed, 17 November 1917, 165 miles NW by N from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CROXTETH HALL, 5,872grt, defensively-armed, 17 November 1917, 25 miles West from Bombay, mined and sunk, 9 lives lost

GISELLA, 2,502grt, defensively-armed, 18 November 1917, 2 miles SW by S from Skokham Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ANTWERPEN, 1,637grt, defensively-armed, 18 November 1917, 2 miles SSW from the Runnelstone, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

APARIMA, 5,704grt, defensively-armed, 19 November 1917, 6 miles S W W from Anvil Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 56 lives lost

FARN, 4,393grt, defensively-armed, 19 November 1917, 5 miles E by N from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MINNIE COLES, sailing vessel, 116grt, 19 November 1917, 30 miles NW by N from Les Hanois, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ROBERT BROWN, sailing vessel, 119grt, 19 November 1917, 25 miles WNW from Hartland Point, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

JUTLAND, 2,824grt, defensively-armed, 19 November 1917, 18 miles NE by N from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 26 lives lost including Master

CLANGULA, 1,754grt, 19 November 1917, 4 miles SW W from Hartland Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost including Master

ROBERT MORRIS, sailing vessel, 146grt, 20 November 1917, 155 miles WSW from Bishop Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

AROS CASTLE, 4,460grt, defensively-armed, 21 November 1917, 300 miles W by S S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ELSENA, 335grt, 22 November 1917, 16 miles SE S from S Arklow LV, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

CONOVIUM, sailing vessel, 86grt, 22 November 1917, 14 miles SE S from S Arklow LV, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

KING IDWAL, 3,631grt, defensively-armed, 22 November 1917, 29 miles SE by E E from Buchan Ness, 1 life lost

KOHISTAN, 4,732grt, defensively-armed, 22 November 1917, 25 miles W S from Marittimo, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WESTLANDS, 3,112grt, defensively-armed, 23 November 1917, 10 miles North from Ile de Vierge, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

OCEAN, 1,442grt, defensively-armed, 23 November 1917, 4 miles E by N from Hartlepool, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LA BLANCA, 7,479grt, defensively-armed, 23 November 1917, 10 miles SSE from Berry Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

DUNROBIN, 3,617grt, defensively-armed, 24 November 1917, 49 miles SW by S S from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 31 lives lost including Master

SABIA, 2,807grt, defensively-armed, 24 November 1917, 6 miles SSE from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

NYASSA, 2,579grt, defensively-armed, 24 November 1917, 3 miles ESE from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

FRENCH ROSE, 465grt, 24 November 1917, 6 miles S by W from Shipwash LV, mined and sunk

OSTPREUSSEN, 1,779grt, defensively-armed, 25 November 1917, 1 miles East from Shipwash LV, mined and sunk, 1 life lost

KAREMA, 5,285grt, defensively-armed, 25 November 1917, 33 miles SE by E from Cape de Gata, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

OVID, 4,159grt, defensively-armed, 25 November 1917, 65 miles NE E from Suda Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ORIFLAMME, 3,764grt, defensively-armed, 25 November 1917, 9 miles South from Nab LV, mined and sunk

GROESWEN, 3,570grt, defensively-armed, 27 November 1917, 3 miles NE E from Sunk LV, mined and sunk

GLADYS, 179grt, 27 November 1917, 3 miles SW from Cape Gris Nez, mined and sunk, 6 lives lost

ALMOND BRANCH, 3,461grt, defensively-armed, 27 November 1917, 2 miles SE from Dodman Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

EASTFIELD, 2,145grt, defensively-armed, 27 November 1917, 7 miles ESE from Dodman Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

BLEAMOOR, 3,755grt, defensively-armed, 27 November 1917, 4 miles SSE from Berry Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

APAPA, 7,832grt, defensively-armed, 28 November 1917, 3 miles N by E from Lynas Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 77 lives lost

JANE RADELIFFE, 4,074grt, defensively-armed, 28 November 1917, 2 miles SW from Antimilo, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GEORGIOS ANTIPPA, 1,960grt, defensively-armed, 28 November 1917, 25 miles S by E from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

DERBENT, 3,178grt, defensively-armed, 30 November 1917, 6 miles NE by E from Lynas Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

KALIBIA, 4,930grt, defensively-armed, 30 November 1917, 29 miles SW from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 25 lives lost

DECEMBER 1917

MOLESEY, 3,218grt, defensively-armed, 1 December 1917, 12 miles SW by W from Brighton LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

EUPHORBIA, 3,109grt, defensively-armed, 1 December 1917, 14 miles E by S from Royal Sovereign LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost

RYDAL HALL, 3,314grt, defensively-armed, 1 December 1917, 14 miles E by S from Royal Sovereign LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 23 lives lost

BIRCHGROVE, 2,821grt, defensively-armed, 2 December 1917, 10 miles W by N N from Ile de Groix, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

KINTUCK, 4,639grt, defensively-armed, 2 December 1917, 8 miles NW by N N from Godrevy LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

BERWICK LAW, 4,680grt, defensively-armed, 2 December 1917, 22 miles West from Cape Tenez, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost Master prisoner

COPELAND, 1,184grt, defensively-armed, 2 December 1917, 15 miles SSW from the Tuskar, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost

WREATHIER, 852grt, defensively-armed, 3 December 1917, 1 mile West from Prawle Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

LIVONIA, 1,879grt, defensively-armed, 3 December 1917, 4 miles E by N N from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 23 lives lost including Master

DOWLAIS, 3,016grt, defensively-armed, 3 December 1917, off Cap de Fer, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 26 lives lost including Master

EAGLE, 182grt, 4 December 1917, 10 miles South from Start Point, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

BRIGITTA, 2,084grt, defensively-armed, 4 December 1917, 6 miles S W from the Nab LV, mined and sunk, 2 lives lost

FORFAR, 3,827grt, defensively-armed, 4 December 1917, 115 miles SW by W from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

GREENWICH, 2,938grt, defensively-armed, 5 December 1917, 9 miles South from Planier Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

AIGBURTH, 824grt, defensively-armed, 5 December 1917, 2 miles NE by E from S Cheek, Robin Rood Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost including Master

ILVINGTON COURT, 4,217grt, defensively-armed, 6 December 1917, 8 miles NW by N from Shershel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

ASABA, 972grt, defensively-armed, 6 December 1917, 2 miles WSW from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 16 lives lost including Master

WYNDHURST, 570grt, defensively-armed, 6 December 1917, 30 miles South from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost including Master

EARL OF ELGIN, 4,448grt, defensively-armed, 7 December 1917, 10 miles W S from Carnarvon Bay LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 18 lives lost including Master

PROBA, sailing vessel, 105grt, 7 December 1917, 3 miles SE from the Lizard, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

HIGHGATE, 1,780grt, defensively-armed, 7 December 1917, 2 miles East from S Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MAINDY BRIDGE, 3,653grt, defensively-armed, 8 December 1917, 4 miles ENE from Sunderland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

LAMPADA, 2,220grt, defensively-armed, 8 December 1917, 3 miles North from Whitby, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

CONSOLS, 3,756grt, defensively-armed, 8 December 1917, 40 miles NW N from Cape Bon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

WAR TUNE, 2,045grt, defensively-armed, 9 December 1917, 1 miles SSE from Black Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

VENETIA, 3,596grt, defensively armed, 9 December 1917, 3 miles NNW from Whitby Rock buoy, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MINORCA, 1,145grt, defensively-armed, 11 December 1917, 2 to 3 miles from C de las Huertas, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost including Master

PERSIER, 3,874grt, defensively-armed, 11 December 1917, 50 miles E from C Spartivento, Italy, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

DA GORDON, 2,301grt, defensively-armed, 11 December 1917, 1 miles ESE from C de las Huertas, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

OLDFIELD GRANGE, 4,653grt, defensively-armed, 11 December 1917, 30 miles NE from Tory Is, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LEONATUS, 2,099grt, defensively-armed, 12 December 1917, 2 miles E by S from Kirkabister LH, mined and sunk

CHARLESTON, 1,866grt, defensively-armed, 12 December 1917, 30 miles West from the Smalls, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, two gunners prisoners

CORDOVA, 2,284grt, defensively-armed, 12 December 1917, North Sea, sunk by torpedo boat(s), no other details

BRITANNIC, sailing vessel, 92grt, 13 December 1917, 12 miles NNW from Los Hanois, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

LITTLE GEM, sailing vessel, 114grt, 13 December 1917, off Channel Islands, reportedly sunk by submarine, not known how sunk, 5 lives lost including Master

BANGARTH, 1,872grt, defensively-armed, 13 December 1917, 13 miles NNE from the Tyne, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

GARTHWAITE, 5,690grt, defensively-armed, 13 December 1917, 4 miles East from Whi by, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost including Master

ARNEWOOD, 2,259grt, defensively-armed, 13 December 1917, 4 miles ESE from Sleat Point, Skye, mined and sunk

VOLNAY, 4,610grt, defensively-armed, 14 December 1917, 2 miles E by S from Manacles, mined and sunk

COILA, 4,135grt, defensively-armed, 14 December 1917, 3 miles SE by S from Canet Point, Valencia, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

HARE, 774grt, defensively-armed, 14 December 1917, 7 miles East from the Kish LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost

BERNARD, 3,682grt, defensively-armed, 15 December 1917, 180 miles WSW from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

BRISTOL CITY, 2,511grt, defensively armed, 16 December 1917, Atlantic, reportedly sunk by submarine, probably torpedoed without warning, 30 lives lost including Master

FORMBY, 1,282grt, December 1917, Irish Sea, possibly torpedoed without warning by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 16th, 15 lives lost including Master

FOYLEMORE, 3,831grt, defensively-armed, 16 December 1917, 22 miles E S from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

RIVERSDALE, 2,805grt, defensively-armed, 18 December 1917, 1 miles South from Prawle Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

CHARLES, sailing vessel, 56grt, 18 December 1917, English Channel, sunk by submarine gunfire, 1 life lost Master and 2 crew prisoners

CONINGBEG, 1,279grt, December 1917, Irish Sea, possibly torpedoed without warning by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 18th, 15 lives lost including Master

VINOVIA, 7,046grt, defensively-armed, 19 December 1917, 8 miles South from Wolf Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 9 lives lost

ALICE MARIE, 2,210grt, defensively-armed, 19 December 1917, 6 miles ENE from Start Pt, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WARSAW, 608grt, defensively-armed, 20 December 1917, 4 miles SE by E from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 17 lives lost including Master

FISCUS, 4,782grt, defensively-armed, 20 December 1917, 10 miles NNE from Cape Ivi, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

EVELINE, 2,605grt, 20 December 1917, 9 miles S W from Berry Hd, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WAVERLEY, 3,853grt, defensively-armed, 20 December 1917, 33 miles NE N from Cape Ivi, SubmarineNo warningToipedo, 22 lives lost

POLVARTH, 3146grt, defensively-armed, 20 December 1917, 35 miles West from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

CITY OF LUCKNOW, 8,293grt, defensively-armed, 21 December 1917, 50 miles NE by N N from Cani Rocks, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MABEL BAIRD, 2,500grt, defensively-armed, 22 December 1917, 4 miles WSW from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

COLEMERE, 2,120grt, defensively-armed, 22 December 1917, 35 miles West from the Smalls, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

CLAN CAMERON, 3,595grt, defensively-armed, 22 December 1917, 23 miles SW by S , S from Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GRANTLEYHALL, 4,008grt, defensively-armed, 23 December 1917, 5 miles East from Orfordness, mined and sunk

HILDA LEA, 1,328grt, defensively-armed, 23 December 1917, 24 miles S by E from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

CANOVA, 4,637grt, defensively-armed, 24 December 1917, 15 miles South from Mine Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

DAYBREAK, 3,238grt, defensively-armed, 24 December 1917, 1 mile East from South Rock LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 21 lives lost including Master

TURNBRIDGE, 2,874grt, defensively-armed, 24 December 1917, 34 miles NE by N from Cape Ivi, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ARGO, 3,071grt, defensively-armed, 24 December 1917, 18 miles NW from Cape Tenez, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CLIFTONDALE, 3,811grt, defensively-armed, 25 December 1917, 36 miles E by N N from Cape Tenez, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost Master prisoner

AGBERI, 4,821grt, defensively-armed, 25 December 1917, 18 miles NW N from Bardsey Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

UMBALLA, 5,310grt, defensively armed, 25 December 1917, 8 miles SW by W from Cape Scalea, Gulf of Policastro, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost

TREGENNA, 5,772grt, defensively-armed, 26 December 1917, 9 miles south from Dodman Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BENITO, 4,712grt, defensively-armed, 26 December 1917, 9 miles South from Dodman Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ADELA, 685grt, defensively-armed, 27 December 1917, 12 miles NW from the Skerries, Anglesea, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 24 lives lost

SANTA AMALIA, 4,306grt, defensively-armed, 28 December 1917, 30 miles N by E E from Malin Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 43 lives lost including Master

MAXTON, 5,094grt, defensively armed, 28 December 1917, 28 miles N W from Malin Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

LORD DERBY, 3,757grt, defensively-armed, 28 December 1917, 7 miles SW by S from St Ann's Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

CHIRRIPO, 4,050grt, defensively-armed, 28 December 1917, mile from Black Head, Belfast, mined and sunk

ROBERT EGGLETON, 2,274grt, defensively-armed, 28 December 1917, 10 miles SW from Bardsey Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

FALLODON, 3,012grt, defensively-armed, 28 December 1917, 12 miles SSE from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ALFRED H READ, 457grt, 28 December 1917, entrance to River Mersey, mined and sunk, 39, including Master

CLARA, 2,425grt, defensively-armed, 28 December 1917, 1 miles SSW from the Runnelstone, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ENNISMORE, 1,499grt, defensively-armed, 29 December 1917, 23 miles East from Girdleness, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

ZONE, 3,914grt, defensively-armed, 30 December 1917, 4 miles North from St Ives, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HERCULES, 1,295grt, defensively-armed, 30 December 1917, 3 miles ENE from Whitby, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost including Master

ARAGON, 9,588grt, defensively-armed, 30 December 1917, entrance to Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost including Master

WESTVILLE, 3,207grt, defensively-armed, 31 December 1917, 5 miles WSW from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

OSMANIEH, 4,041grt, defensively-armed, 31 December 1917, entrance to Alexandria, mined and sunk, 24, including Master

 

1918

JANUARY 1918

SANDON HALL, 5,134grt, defensively-armed, 1 January 1918, 22 miles NNE from Linosa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BOSTON CITY, 2,711grt, defensively-armed, 2 January 1918, 11 miles W N from St Ann's Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GALLIER, 4,592grt, defensively-armed, 2 January 1918, 7 miles ENE from Wolf Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GARTLAND, 2,613grt, defensively-armed, 3 January 1918, 5 miles ESE from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

BIRCHWOOD, 2,756grt, defensively-armed, 3 January 1918, 25 miles East from Blackwater LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

STEELVILLE, 3,649grt, defensively-armed, 3 January 1918, 20 miles North from Cape Bon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ALLANTON, 4,253grt, defensively-armed, 3 January 1918, 20 miles North from Cape Bon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

OTTO, sailing vessel, 96grt, 4 January 1918, 10 miles SSW from St John's Point, Co Down, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

REWA, hospital ship, 7,308grt, 4 January 1918, 19 miles W S from Hartland Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

IOLANTHE, 3,081grt, defensively-armed, 4 January 1918, 10 miles SE by E from Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GLENARM HEAD, 3,908grt, defensively-armed, 4 January 1918, 5 miles SW by S from Brighton LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost including Master

BIRTLEY, 1,438grt, defensively-armed, 4 January 1918, 8 miles N from Flamboro' Head, possibly torpedoed without warning by submarine, 18 lives lost including Master

KNIGHTSGARTH, 2,889grt, defensively-armed, 5 January 1918, 5 miles WNW from Bull Point, Rathlin Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

RIO CLARO, 3,687grt, defensively-armed, 5 January 1918, Rapallo Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WAR BARON, 5,730grt, defensively-armed, 5 January 1918, 8 miles NE from Godrevy LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ROSE MARIE, 2,220grt, defensively-armed, 5 January 1918, 13 miles SE from N Arklow LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

SPENSER, 4,186grt, defensively-armed, 6 January 1918, 28 miles SW by W W from Bardsey Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HALBERDIER, 1,049grt, defensively-armed, 6 January 1918, 27 miles W by N from Bardsey Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

GASCONY, 3,133grt, defensively-armed, 6 January 1918, 10 miles SSE from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ARAB, 4,191grt, defensively-armed, 7 January 1918, 18 miles N by E from Cape Serrat, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 21 lives lost

BAYVOE, 2,979grt, 9 January 1918, 10 miles South from Iles de Glenan, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

W C MCKAY, sailing vessel, 145grt, January 1918, off the Azores, sunk by submarine, not known how sunk, date uncertain, listed as 10th, 6 lives lost including Master

RAPALLO, 3,811grt, defensively-armed, 13 January 1918, 1 miles South from Cape Peloro, Sicily, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ALSTER, 964grt, defensively-armed, 14 January 1918, 5 miles ESE from Noss Head, Shetland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SPITAL, 4,718grt, defensively-armed, 15 January 1918, 4 miles SSE from St Anthony Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WAR SONG, 2,535grt, defensively-armed, 15 January 1918, 12 miles West from lle de Sein, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 16 lives lost including Master

KINGSDYKE, 1,710grt, defensively-armed, 17 January 1918, 20 miles NE E from Cape Barfleur, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 16 lives lost including Master

WINDSOR HALL, 3,693grt, defensively-armed, 17 January 1918, 45 miles NW from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 27 lives lost Master prisoner

MARIA P, sailing vessel, 263grt, 18 January 1918, 75 miles West from Cape Mannu, Sardinia, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

TROCAS, 4,129grt, defensively-armed, 19 January 1918, 10 miles NE from Skyros LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 24 lives lost

MECHANICIAN, 9,044grt, defensively-armed, 20 January 1918, 8 miles West from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 13 lives lost

WEST WALES, 4,331grt, defensively-armed, 21 January 1918, 140 miles SE S from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

TEELIN HEAD, 1,718grt, defensively-armed, 21 January 1918, 12 miles SSW from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 13 lives lost including Master,

SERRANA, 3,677grt, defensively-armed, 22 January 1918, 10 miles West from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

GREATHAM, 2,338grt, defensively-armed, 22 January 1918, 3 miles SE from Dartmouth, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

ANGLO CANADIAN, 4,239grt, defensively-armed, 22 January 1918, 33 miles S E from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

MANCHESTER SPINNER, 4,247grt, defensively-armed, 22 January 1918, 33 miles S E from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BIRKHALL, 4,541grt, defensively-armed, 23 January 1918, 4 miles SE from Cape Doro, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost including Master

NORMANDY, 618grt, defensively-armed, 25 January 1918, 8 miles E by N from Cape La Hague, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost

HUMBER, 280grt, defensively-armed, 25 January 1918, 2 miles East from Sunderland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost including Master

EASTLANDS, 3,113grt, defensively-armed, 25 January 1918, 13 miles NW from Ile de Vierge, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

APOSTOLOS ANDREAS, sailing vessel, 50grt apprx, 25 January 1918, Mediterranean, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

CORK, 1,232grt, defensively-armed, 26 January 1918, 9 miles NE from Lynas Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost

HARTLEY, 1,150grt, defensively-armed, 26 January 1918, 2 miles NE from Skinningrove, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ROB ROY, sailing vessel, 112grt, 26 January 1918, 20 miles SW from St Catherines, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

LOUIE BELL, sailing vessel, 118grt, 26 January 1918, 15 miles North from Cherbourg, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ANDANIA, 13,405grt, defensively-armed, 27 January 1918, 2 miles NNE from Rathlin Island LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

W H L, sailing vessel, 97grt, 28 January 1918, 8 miles SSE from Portland Bill, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ETHELINDA, 3,257grt, defensively-armed, 29 January 1918, 15 miles NW from the Skerries, Anglesea, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 26 lives lost including Master

GEO, 3,048grt, defensively-armed, 29 January 1918, 6 miles N by W from Cape Peloro, Sicily, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 16 lives lost including Master

TAXIARCHIS, sailing vessel, 160grt, 29 January 1918, 100 miles SW from Cape Gata, Cyprus, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

PERRITON, sailing vessel, 90grt, 29 January 1918, 20 miles E S from Berry Head, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

BUTETOWN, 1,829grt, defensively-armed, 29 January 1918, 1 miles South from Dodman Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

FERRYHILL, 411grt, 30 January 1918, 15 miles W N from Cape Antifer, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

MAIZAR, 7,293grt, defensively-armed, 30 January 1918, 38 miles N by W W from Cape Ferrat, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MINNETONKA, 13,528grt, defensively-armed, 30 January 1918, 40 miles ENE from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost 10 prisoners

TOWNELEY, 2,476grt, defensively-armed, 31 January 1918, 18 miles NE E from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost including Master

FEBRUARY 1918

KINDLY LIGHT, sailing vessel, 116grt, 1 February 1918, 10 miles ENE from Trevose Head, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ARRINO, 4,484grt, defensively-armed, 1 February 1918, 14 miles NW by W from lle de Vierge, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CAVALLO, 2,086grt, defensively-armed, 1 February 1918, 6 miles NW from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

JAFFA, 1,383grt, defensively-armed, 2 February 1918, 3 miles E by S from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

AVANTI, 2,128grt, 2 February 1918, 4 miles SE by E from St Albans Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 22 lives lost including Master

NEWMINSTER ABBEY, 3,114grt, defensively-armed, 2 February 1918, 44 miles E by N N from Cape de Creus, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CELIA, 5,004grt, defensively-armed, 2 February 1918, 44 miles E by N N from Cape de Creus, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SOFIE, 354grt, February 1918, Bristol Channel, sunk by submarine, not known how sun k, date uncertain, listed as 3rd, 8 lives lost including Master

ABOUKIR, 3,660grt, defensively-armed, 3 February 1918, 20 miles E by S from Cape de Creus, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Master prisoner

LOFOTEN, 942grt, defensively-armed, 3 February 1918, 7 miles SE by E from Start Pt, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 17 lives lost

MAID OF HARLECH, sailing vessel, 315grt, 4 February 1918, 46 miles N by W from Cape Ivi, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

STANDISH HALL, 3,996grt, defensively-armed, 4 February 1918, 38 miles W by N from Alex andria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

TREVEAL, 4,160grt, 4 February 1918, off the Skerries, Anglesey, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 33 lives lost including Master

AURANIA, 13,936grt, defensively-armed, 4 February 1918, 15 miles N W from Inishtrahull, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

CRESSWELL, 2,829grt, defensively-armed, 5 February 1918, 18 miles E by N N from Kish LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

TUSCANIA, 14,348grt, defensively-armed, 5 February 1918, 7 miles North from Rathlin Island LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 44 lives lost

MEXICO CITY, 5,078grt, defensively-armed, 5 February 1918, 15 miles W by S S from S Stack, Holyhead, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 29 lives lost including Master

GLENARTNEY, 7,263grt, defensively-armed, 5 February 1918, 30 miles NE from Cape Bon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

BEAUMARIS, 2,372grt, defensively-armed, 7 February 1918, 2 miles N by W from the Longships, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LIMESFIELD, 427grt, 7 February 1918, 24 miles SE by E from Douglas, Isle of Man, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

BEN REIN, 212grt, 7 February 1918, 35 miles N W from Liverpool, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ARDBEG, 227grt, 7 February 1918, 32 miles N E from Mersey Bar LV, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

STURTON, 4,406grt, defensively-armed, 7 February 1918, 15 miles SE by E E from Porquerolles, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BASUTA, 2,876grt, defensively-armed, 8 February 1918, 45 miles SSW from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ARTESIA, 2,762grt, defensively-armed, 8 February 1918, 190 miles E by N from Madeira, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 1 life lost

KIA ORA (BARGE), 77grt, 8 February 1918, 20 miles N by W from Dieppe, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

LYDIE, 2,559grt, defensively-armed, 9 February 1918, 1 mile E by S from Manacles buoy, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ROMFORD, 3,035grt, defensively-armed, 10 February 1918, 21 miles East from Cape Carthage, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 28 lives lost including Master

MERTON HALL, 4,327grt, defensively-armed, 11 February 1918, 30 miles N by E from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 57 lives lost including Master

BAKU STANDARD, 3,708grt, defensively-armed, 11 February 1918, 5 miles S by W W from Tod Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 24 lives lost

ELEANOR, 1,980grt, defensively-armed, 12 February 1918, 9 miles W by S S from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 34 lives lost including Master

ST MAGNUS, 809grt, defensively-armed, 12 February 1918, 3 miles NNE from Peterhead, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

POLO, 2,915grt, defensively-armed, 12 February 1918, 6 miles SE by E from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

ATLAS, 3,090grt, defensively-armed, 14 February 1918, 10 miles ESE from Hartlepool, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CARLISLE CASTLE, 4,325grt, 14 February 1918, 8 miles E by N from Royal Sovereign LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

SAGA, 1,143grt, defensively-armed, 14 February 1918, 4 miles ENE from Sunderland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

VENTMOOR, 3,456grt, defensively-armed, 14 February 1918, 8 miles SW by W from Skyros LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 21 lives lost including Master

WAR MONARCH, 7,887grt, defensively-armed, 14 February 1918, 11 miles East from Royal Sovereign LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BESSIE STEPHENS, sailing vessel, 119grt, 14 February 1918, 10 miles W by S S from South LH, Lundy Island, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

SAN RITO, 3,310grt, defensively-armed, 15 February 1918, 23 miles SW by W W from Cape Mastiko, Khios, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

NORTHVILLE, 2,472grt, defensively-armed, 17 February 1918, 3 miles SE by E from Berry Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

PINEWOOD, 2,219grt, defensively-armed, 17 February 1918, 15 miles South from Mine Head, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 2 lives lost

BEACON LIGHT, 2,768grt, defensively-armed, 19 February 1918, 15 miles SE from Butt of Lewis, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 33 lives lost including Master

GLENCARRON, 5,117grt, defensively-armed, 19 February 1918, 47 miles S by E E from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

PHILADELPHIAN, 5,165grt, defensively-armed, 19 February 1918, 47 miles S by E E from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

WHEATFLOWER, 188grt, 19 February 1918, 10 miles SE by S from Tuskar Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 1 life lost

BARROWMORE, 3,832grt, defensively-armed, 19 February 1918, 53 miles NW by W W from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 25 lives lost including Master

COMMONWEALTH, 3,353grt, defensively-armed, 19 February 1918, 5 miles NE from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost

BALGRAY, 3,603grt, defensively-armed, 20 February 1918, 38 miles SW by W from Dellimara Point, Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

DJERV, 1,527grt, defensively-armed, 20 February 1918, 12 miles NNW from the Skerries, Anglesey, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost including Master

ZENO, 2,890grt, defensively-armed, 20 February 1918, 48 miles W S from Dellimara Point, Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HUNTSMOOR, 4,957grt, defensively-armed, 20 February 1918, 23 miles S 1/2 W from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 20 lives lost including Master

RIO VERDE, 4,025grt, defensively-armed, 21 February 1918, 4 miles West from Crammock Head, Mull of Galloway, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 20 lives lost including Master

CHEVIOT RANGE, 3,691grt, 21 February 1918, 25 miles South from the Lizard, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 27 lives lost including Master

HAILEYBURY, 2,888grt, defensively-armed, 22 February 1918, 15 miles SE by E E from the Maidens, SubmarineNo wamingTorpedo, 2 lives lost including Master

BRITISH VISCOUNT, 3,287grt, defensively-armed, 23 February 1918, 12 miles N by W W from the Skerries, Anglesey, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

REMUS, 1,079grt, defensively-armed, 23 February 1918, 6 miles SSW from Copinsay, Orkney, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

AMSTERDAM, 806grt, 24 February 1918, 3 miles SE by E from Coquet Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

RENFREW, 3,830grt, defensively-armed, 24 February 1918, 8 miles SW from St Ann's Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 40 lives lost including Master

RUBIO, 2,395grt, defensively-armed, 25 February 1918, 4 miles N E from Shipwash LV, mined and sunk

EUMAEUS, 6,696grt, defensively-armed, 26 February 1918, 24 miles NNE from Ile de Vierge, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GLENART CASTLE, hospital ship, 6,824grt, 26 February 1918, 10 miles West from Lundy Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 95 lives lost including Master

GREAVESASH, 1,263grt, defensively-armed, 26 February 1918, 10 miles NE from Cape Barfleur, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

ROMNY, 1,024grt, defensively-armed, 26 February 1918, 10 miles NNE from Cape Barfleur, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 9 lives lost

MALTBY, 3,977grt, defensively-armed, 26 February 1918, 10 miles SW by S from Pantellaria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

DALEWOOD, 2,420grt, defensively-armed, 26 February 1918, 10 miles SW from Isle of Man, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost including Master

TIBERIA, 4,880grt, defensively-armed, 26 February 1918, 1 miles East from Black Head, Belfast Lough, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MACHAON, 6,738grt, defensively-armed, 27 February 1918, 50 miles NE N from Cani Rocks, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LARGO, 1,764grt, defensively-armed, 27 February 1918, 12 miles West from Calf of Man, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MARCH 1918

BORGA, 1,046grt, defensively-armed, 1 March 1918, 9 miles S E by S from Beer Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

PENVEARN, 3,710grt, defensively-armed, 1 March 1918, 15 miles N W from S Stack, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 21 lives lost

CECIL L SHAVE, sailing vessel, 102grt, March 1918, off the Azores, reportedly sunk by submarine, not known how sunk, date uncertain, listed as 1st

CARMELITE, 2,583grt, defensively-armed, 2 March 1918, 10 miles SW by W from Calf of Man, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ROCKPOOL, 4,502grt, defensively-armed, 2 March 1918, 12 miles NE by N from Eagle Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master prisoner

BESSY, motor, 60grt, 2 March 1918, 12 miles NNW from Peel, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

KENMARE, 1,330grt, defensively-armed, 2 March 1918, 25 miles NW from the Skerries, Anglesey, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 29 lives lost including Master

ROMEO, 1,730grt, defensively-armed, 3 March 1918, 7 miles South from Mull of Galloway, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 29 lives lost including Master

NORTHFIELD, 2,099grt, defensively-armed, 3 March 1918, 25 miles SW from Lundy Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost including Master

CASTLE EDEN, 1,949grt, defensively-armed, 4 March 1918, 4 miles SSE from Inistrahull LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

CLAN MACPHERSON, 4,779grt, defensively-armed, 4 March 1918, 24 miles North from C Serrat, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 18 lives lost

ROXBURGH, 4,630grt, defensively-armed, 4 March 1918, 15 miles E by N N from C St John, Crete, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

USKMOOR, 3,189grt, 5 March 1918, 3 miles SW from Prawle Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ESTRELLA, 1,740grt, defensively-armed, 5 March 1918, 5 miles S W from Shipwash LV, mined and sunk, 20 lives lost

COALGAS, 2,257grt, defensively-armed, 5 March 1918, 5 miles S by W from Shipwash LV, mined and sunk

KALGAN, 1,862grt, defensively-armed, 6 March 1918, 33 miles SW W from Yafa, Syria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

TARBETNESS, 3,018grt, 7 March 1918, 12 miles SW from Carnarvon LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ERICA, sailing vessel, 167grt, 8 March 1918, 5 miles SW from Bardsey Island, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

INTENT, 1,564grt, defensively-armed, 8 March 1918, 4 miles E by N from Seaham, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

MADELINE, 2,890grt, defensively-armed, 8 lives lost14 miles ENE from Pendeen LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

UGANDA, 4,315grt, defensively-armed, 8 March 1918, 32 miles NE N from Linosa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

CORSHAM, 2,760grt, defensively-armed, 8 March 1918, 6 miles ESE from entrance to River Tees, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 9 lives lost

AYR, 3,050grt, defensively-armed, 8 March 1918, 31 miles N W from Linosa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SILVERDALE, 3,835grt, defensively-armed, 9 March 1918, 28 miles E by N N from Cani Rocks, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

NANNY WIGNALL, sailing vessel, 93grt, 9 March 1918, 14 miles SE by S from Tuskar Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

CHAGRES, 5,288grt, defensively-armed, 10 March 1918, 62 miles N by E E from C Drepano, Crete, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

STOLT-NIELSEN, 5,684grt, 11 March 1918, 38 miles S E from Dellimara Point, Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GAUPEN, 622grt, defensively-armed, 12 March 1918, 5 miles SE by E E from N Foreland Lt, mined and sunk

TWEED, 1,025grt, 13 March 1918, 10 miles S by W W from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

LISETTE, 895grt, defensively-armed, 13 March 1918, 8 miles NE by N from Shipwash LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

CRAYFORD, 1,209grt, defensively-armed, 13 March 1918, 110 miles W by S from Skudesnes, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ARDANDEARG, 3,237grt, 14 March 1918, 86 miles E N from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost including Master

CASTLEFORD, 1,741grt, defensively-armed, 14 March 1918, 2 miles E by N from S Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

TWEED, 1,777grt, 14 March 1918, 15 miles SSE from Tuskar Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

AMAZON, 10,037grt, defensively-armed, 15 March 1918, 30 miles N by W from Malin Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SPARKLING FOAM, sailing vessel, 199grt, 15 March 1918, 9 miles S by E from Beer Head, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ARMONIA, 5,226grt, defensively-armed, 15 March 1918, 38 miles SE by S S from Porquerolles Id, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

CLAN MACDOUGALL, 4,710grt, defensively-armed, 15 March 1918, 60 miles SE by E E from C Carbonara, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 33 lives lost including Master

LIGHTFOOT, 1,875grt, defensively-armed, 16 March 1918, 2 miles S from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ELLASTON, 3,192grt, defensively-armed, 16 March 1918, 180 miles W by S (true) from Palma, Canary Islands, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, Master prisoner

SOUTH WESTERN, 674grt, defensively-armed, 16 March 1918, 9 miles SW by S from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 24 lives lost

OILFIELD, 4,000grt, defensively-armed, 16 March 1918, 15 miles NW from Cape Wrath, torpedoed by submarine, beached and refloated, declared a wreck, 3 lives lost

CRESSIDA, 157grt, 17 March 1918, 16 miles W by N N from Skerries, Anglesey, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

SEA GULL, 976grt, defensively-armed, 17 March 1918, 7 miles NE from Lynas Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 20 lives lost including Master

WAIHEMO, 4,283grt, defensively-armed, 17 March 1918, Gulf of Athens, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ELIZA ANNE, sailing vessel, 36grt, 17 March 1918, 33 miles S by W W from the Eddystone, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

IVYDENE, 3,541grt, defensively-armed, 17 March 1918, 36 miles NNE from C Bougaroni, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

JOHN H BARRY, 3,083grt, defensively-armed, 18 March 1918, 104 miles N by W W from C Bougaroni, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost including Master

BAYGITANO, 3,073grt, defensively-armed, 18 March 1918, 1 miles SW from Lyme Regis, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

SALDANHA, 4,594grt, defensively-armed, 18 March 1918, 95 miles N from Algiers, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

LUXOR, 3,571grt, defensively-armed, 19 March 1918, 27 miles SW by S from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BURNSTONE, 2,340grt, defensively-armed, 19 March 1918, 44 miles N from Farn Islands, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

SAMOSET, 5,251grt, defensively-armed, 20 March 1918, 50 miles N by E E from Port Said, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

YOCHOW, 2,127grt, defensively-armed, 20 March 1918, 54 miles N E from Port Said, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 50 lives lost including Master

ST DIMITRIOS, 3,359grt, defensively-armed, 20 March 1918, 50 miles N E from Port Said, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GLENFORD, 494grt, 20 March 1918, 24 miles E S from Rockabill, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

KASSANGA, 3,015grt, defensively-armed, 20 March 1918, 23 miles SE by S from S Arklow LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BEGONIA, 3,070grt, defensively-armed, 21 March 1918, 44 miles S by W from Wolf Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

IKEDA, 6,311grt, defensively-armed, 21 March 1918, 7 miles W from Brighton LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

TYRHAUG, 1,483grt, defensively-armed, 22 March 1918, 10 miles NE from Pendeen LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

POLLEON, 1,155grt, defensively-armed, 22 March 1918, 3 miles ENE from entrance to River Tyne, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

TRINIDAD, 2,592grt, defensively-armed, 22 March 1918, 12 miles East from Codling LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 39 lives lost including Master

ETONIAN, 6,515grt, defensively-armed, 23 March 1918, 34 miles S by E E from Old Head of Kinsale, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

MADAME MIDAS, ex-Duva, 1,203grt, defensively-armed, 23 March 1918, 38 miles S by W W from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

AULTON, 634grt, defensively-armed, 23 March 1918, 9 miles SE by E E from Berwick Harbour, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

JANE GRAY, sailing vessel, 124grt, 23 March 1918, 14 miles N by W from the Smalls, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ANTEROS, 4,241grt, defensively-armed, 24 March 1918, 16 miles W by N from South Stack, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

JOHN G WALTER, sailing vessel, 258grt, 24 March 1918, 20 miles SW from the Smalls, captured by submarine, stayed afloat as derelict

JORGINA, sailing vessel, 103grt, 24 March 1918, 320 miles N by W (true) from Madeira, captured by submarine, not known how sunk

HERCULES, 1,095grt, defensively-armed, 25 March 1918, 4 miles NNW from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

DESTRO, 859grt, defensively-armed, 25 March 1918, 5 miles S W from Mull of Galloway, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LADY CORY-WRIGHT, 2,516grt, defensively-armed, 26 March 1918, 14 miles SSW from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 39 lives lost including Master

WATAUGA, sailing vessel, 127grt, 27 March 1918, 450 miles W by N (true) from Lisbon, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 5 lives lost including Master

ALLENDALE, 2,153grt, defensively-armed, 27 March 1918, 52 miles S by W from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

INKOSI, 3,661grt, defensively-armed, 28 March 1918, 14 miles SE by E E from Mull of Galloway, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

CITY OF WINCHESTER, sailing vessel, 83grt, 28 March 1918, 10 miles NW by W from Les Hanois, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

T R THOMPSON, 3,538grt, defensively-armed, 29 March 1918, 7 miles South from Newhaven, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 33 lives lost including Master

LOUGH FISHER, 418grt, defensively-armed, 30 March 1918, 12 miles SSE from Helvick Head, possibly sunk by submarine gunfire, 13 lives lost including Master

EXCELLENCE PLESKE, 2,059grt, defensively-armed, 31 March 1918, 2 miles SSE from Dungeness, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 13 lives lost

CONARGO, 4,312grt, defensively-armed, 31 March 1918, 12 miles W by N from Calf of Man, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 9 lives lost

VIANNA, 401grt, defensively-armed, 31 March 1918, 4 miles East from Seaham Harbour, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

SAN NICOLA, sailing vessel, 24grt, 31 March 1918, 18 miles ENE from Valetta, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

APRIL 1918

ARDGLASS, 4,617grt, 1 April 1918, 6 miles East from the Maidens, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

SOLWAY QUEEN, 307grt, 2 April 1918, 7 miles West from Black Head, Wigtonshire, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost including Master

CYRENE, 2,904grt, defensively-armed, 5 April 1918, 15 miles North from Bardsey Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 24 lives lost including Master

PORT CAMPBELL, 6,230grt, defensively-armed, 7 April 1918, 115 miles WSW from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

RYE, 986grt, defensively-armed, 7 April 1918, 19 miles N by W W from Cape Antifer, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

HIGHLAND BRIGADE, 5,669grt, defensively-armed, 7 April 1918, 6 miles S by E from St Catherine's, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BOSCASTLE, 2,346grt, defensively-armed, 7 April 1918, 14 miles NNW from Strumble Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 18 lives lost including Master

BENGALI, 5,684grt, defensively-armed, 8 April 1918, 14 miles North from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HENLEY, 3,249grt, defensively-armed, 10 April 1918, 25 miles SW W from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

WESTFIELD, 3,453grt, defensively-armed, 10 April 1918, 45 miles SW by S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CICERO, 1,834grt, April 1918, Baltic, reported as sunk to avoid capture, date not known, listed as approx 10th

EMILIE, 1,635grt, April 1918, Baltic, reported as sunk to avoid capture, date not known, listed as approx 10th

OBSIDIAN, 742grt, April 1918, Baltic, reported as sunk to avoid capture, date not known, listed as approx 10th

MYRTLE BRANCH, 3,741grt, defensively-armed, 11 April 1918, 9 miles NE by N from Inishtrahull, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost including Master

HIGHLAND PRINCE, 3,390grt, defensively-armed, 11 April 1918, 36 miles NE E from Cape Bon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

LONHELEN, 1,281grt, defensively-armed, 12 April 1918, North End of Shipwash, mined and sunk

MOYUNE, 4,935grt, 12 April 1918, 32 miles SE by E from Cape Palos, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

AUTOLYCUS, 5,806grt, 12 April 1918, 32 miles SE by E from Cape Palos, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WILSON, sailing vessel, 110grt, 12 April 1918, 10 miles NW from the Smalls, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

LUIS, 4,284grt, defensively-armed, 12 April 1918, 3 miles SSE from St Catherine's, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

HAREWOOD, 4,150grt, defensively-armed, 13 April 1918, 380 miles W by S (true) from Lisbon, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 2 lives lost including Master

MARSTONMOOR, 2,744grt, defensively-armed, 14 April 1918, 55 miles NNE from Cape Wrath, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SANTA ISABEL, 2,023grt, defensively-armed, 14 April 1918, 15 miles West from Cape Verde, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 1 life lost

CHELFORD, 2,995grt, defensively-armed, 14 April 1918, 10 miles NW by W from Bardsey Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

POMERANIAN, 4,241grt, defensively-armed, 15 April 1918, 9 miles NW by W W from Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 55 lives lost including Master

AILSA CRAIG, 601grt, defensively-armed, 15 April 1918, 13 miles W by N from Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HUNGERFORD, 5,811grt, defensively-armed, 16 April 1918, 9 miles SSE from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

LAKE MICHIGAN, 9,288grt, defensively-armed, 16 April 1918, 93 miles N by W from Eagle Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost - the Master

NIRPURA, 7,640grt, defensively-armed, 16 April 1918, 110 miles WNW (true) from Cape Roca, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LADOGA, 1,917grt, defensively-armed, 16 April 1918, 15 miles SE from S Arklow LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 29 lives lost including Master

BAMSE, 958grt, defensively-armed, 17 April 1918, 15 miles W by N from Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

GREGYNOG, 1,701grt, defensively-armed, 18 April 1918, 16 miles SW from Hartland Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

RUNSWICK, 3,060grt, defensively-armed, 18 April 1918, 3 miles North from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

DALEGARTH FORCE, 684grt, defensively-armed, 18 April 1918, 12 miles SW from Hartland Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

PENTYRCH, 3,312grt, defensively-armed, 18 April 1918, 5 miles WNW from Brighton LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

LORD CHARLEMONT, 3,209grt, defensively-armed, 19 April 1918, 22 miles North from Alboran Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

WAR HELMET, 8,184grt, defensively-armed, 19 April 1918, 3 miles E by N N from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

FLORRIESTON, 3,366grt, defensively-armed, 20 April 1918, 6 miles E N from South Stack, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost including Master

LOWTHER RANGE, 3,926grt, defensively-armed, 20 April 1918, 20 miles W by N N from S Stack, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BELLVIEW, 3,567grt, defensively-armed, 21 April 1918, 16 miles ENE from Cape Bon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WESTERGATE, 1,760grt, defensively-armed, 21 April 1918, 22 miles E S from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 24 lives lost including Master

NORMANDIET, 1,843grt, defensively-armed, 21 April 1918, 34 miles SW by W from Calf of Man, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost including Master

LANDONIA, 2,504grt, defensively-armed, 21 April 1918, 27 miles N by W W from Strumble Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 21 lives lost Master or gunner prisoner

DRONNING MAUD, 2,663grt, defensively-armed, 22 April 1918, 65 miles N by E E from Cape Sigli, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

MASHALLA, Egyptian sailing vessel, 77grt, 22 April 1918, 50 miles North from Port Said, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

WELBECK HALL, 5,643grt, defensively-armed, 22 April 1918, 75 miles NE by N from Port Said, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

ERIC CALVERT, 1,862grt, defensively-armed, 22 April 1918, 4 miles SSW from St Anthony Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

BARON HERRIES, 1,610grt, defensively-armed, 22 April 1918, 43 miles N by W W from Bishop Rock, SubmarineNo warning Torpedo, 3 lives lost 2nd Officer prisoner

FERN, 444grt, defensively-armed, 22 April 1918, 5 miles E by N from Kish LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 13 lives lost

LAURIUM, 582grt, defensively-armed, 23 April 1918, 15 miles East from Skegness, mined and sunk, 1 life lost

FRANCES, sailing vessel, 56grt, 23 April 1918, 6 miles S from the Lizard, captured by submarine, sunk by bomb, 2 lives lost

AGNETE, 1,127grt, defensively-armed, 24 April 1918, 4 miles S by W from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost including Master

ETHEL, sailing vessel, 100grt, 26 April 1918, 19 miles N E from the Smalls, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

LLWYNGWAIR, 1,304grt, defensively-armed, 26 April 1918, 5 miles SSE from Seaham Harbour, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost including Master

GRESHAM, 3,774grt, defensively-armed, 26 April 1918, 18 miles NW by N N from Strumble Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ROMANY, 3,983grt, defensively-armed, 27 April 1918, 47 miles SW by W W from Cape Spartivento, Sardinia, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ORONSA, 8,075grt, defensively-armed, 28 April 1918, 12 miles W from Bardsey Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

UPCERNE, 2,984grt, defensively-armed, 28 April 1918, 4 miles SE by S from Coquet Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 16 lives lost

ELBA, 1,081grt, defensively-armed, 28 April 1918, 6 miles NW by N from Pendeen, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

AUSTRALIER, 3,687grt, defensively-armed, 29 April 1918, 6 miles SW by S from Dungeness, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

BRODERICK, 4,321grt, defensively-armed, 29 April 1918, 7 miles SSE from Hastings, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

JOHNNY TOOLE, sailing vessel, 84grt, 29 April 1918, off Carnsore Point, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

CHRISTIANA DAVIS, sailing vessel, 86grt, 29 April 1918, 8 miles SE by S from Tuskar Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

KUT SANG, 4,895grt, defensively-armed, 29 April 1918, 40 miles ESE from Cape Palos, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 59 lives lost including Master

KINGSTONIAN, 6,564grt, defensively-armed, 29 April 1918, offshore in Carloforte Roadstead, torpedoed by submarine, total wreck, 1 life lost

ELLA SAYER, 2,549grt, defensively-armed, 29 April 1918, 15 miles E by N from Royal Sovereign LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

CONWAY, 4,003grt, defensively-armed, 30 April 1918, 38 miles S E from Cape Palos, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

KAFUE, 6,044grt, defensively-armed, 30 April 1918, 11 miles SW from Mull of Galloway, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ISLEWORTH, 2,871grt, defensively-armed, 30 April 1918, 3 miles SW from Ventnor Pier, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 29 lives lost

ELSIE BIRDETT, sailing vessel, 90grt, April 1918, off Canary Islands, sunk by submarine, not known how sunk, date not known, listed at end of April, 6 lives lost including Master

KEMPOCK, 255grt, defensively-armed, 30 April 1918, 6 miles SE by S from Copeland Is Lt, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

UMBA, 2,042grt, defensively-armed, 30 April 1918, 1 mile S from Royal Sovereign LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 20 lives lost including Master

MAY 1918

ERA, 2,379grt, defensively-armed, 1 May 1918, 18 miles NE by E from Cape Tenez, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost

MATIANA, 5,313grt, defensively-armed, 1 May 1918, On Keith Reef, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

UNITY, 1,091grt, defensively-armed, 2 May 1918, 3 miles WSW from Varne LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost

FRANKLYN, 4,919grt, defensively-armed, 2 May 1918, 65 miles E by N from Port Mahon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MEDORA, 5,135grt, defensively-armed, 2 May 1918, 11 miles WSW from Mull of Galloway, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master, W/T operator and gunner prisoners

FLAWYL, 3,592grt, defensively-armed, 2 May 1918, 30 miles ESE from Pantellaria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

GIRDLENESS, 3,018grt, defensively-armed, 2 May 1918, 18 miles NE by E E from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

THORSA, 1,319grt, defensively-armed, 2 May 1918, 3 miles NNW from Pendeen LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

POLBRAE, 1,087grt, defensively-armed, 4 May 1918, 1 miles SW from Sharpnose, N Devon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

TOMMI, sailing vessel, 116grt, 5 May 1918, Between Chicken Rock and Calf of Man, sunk by submarine gunfire, 4 lives lost including Master

LEEDS CITY, 4,298grt, defensively-armed, 6 May 1918, 5 miles E by S S from Skulmartin LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SANDHURST, 3,034grt, defensively-armed, 6 May 1918, 6 miles NW by W W from Corsewall Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 20 lives lost

NANTES, 1,580grt, defensively-armed, 7 May 1918, 83 miles ESE from Fair Isle, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SAXON, 1,595grt, 7 May 1918, 83 miles ESE from Fair Isle, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 22 lives lost

PRINCESS DAGMAR, 913grt, defensively-armed, May 1918, Bristol Channel, reportedly torpedoed without warning by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 7th, 24 lives lost including Master

CONSTANTIA, 772grt, defensively-armed, 8 May 1918, 2 miles E from S Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

INGLESIDE, 3,736grt, defensively-armed, 8 May 1918, 80 miles N by E from Algiers, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

DUX, 1,349grt, defensively-armed, 8 May 1918, 7 miles NW from Godrevy LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BARON AILSA, 1,836grt, defensively-armed, 9 May 1918, 18 miles WNW from the Smalls, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

WILEYSIKE, 2,501grt, defensively-armed, 9 May 1918, 8 miles SW from St Ann's Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

AMPLEGARTH, 3,707grt, defensively-armed, 10 May 1918, 1 mile WSW from Dover Harbour, mined and sunk

ITINDA, 5,251grt, defensively-armed, 10 May 1918, 40 miles N from Marsa Susa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

SZECHUEN, 1,862grt, defensively-armed, 10 May 1918, 60 miles N by E E from Port Said, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 9 lives lost

MASSOUDA, sailing vessel, 240grt, 11 May 1918, 50 miles N from Marsa Matruh, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

INNISCARRA, 1,412grt, defensively-armed, 12 May 1918, 10 miles SE E from Ballycottin Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 28 lives lost

HASLINGDEN, 1,934grt, defensively-armed, 12 May 1918, 7 miles E from Seaham Harbour, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost including Master

OMRAH, 8,130grt, defensively-armed, 12 May 1918, 40 miles S W S from Cape Spartivento, Sardinia, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

VIMEIRA, 5,884grt, defensively-armed, 12 May 1918, 16 miles WSW from Lampedusa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WOOLSTON, 2,986grt, defensively-armed, 14 May 1918, 1 miles from Syracuse Harbour, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost including Master

TARTARY, 4,181grt, defensively-armed, 16 May 1918, 8 miles ENE from Skulmartin LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HERON BRIDGE, 2,420grt, defensively-armed, 16 May 1918, 320 miles E by N (true) from San Miguel, Azores, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

TAGONA, 2,004grt, defensively-armed, 16 May 1918, 5 miles WSW from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost including Master

LLANCARVAN, 4,749grt, defensively-armed, 16 May 1918, 370 miles E N (true) from San Miguel, Azores, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MAVISBROOK, 3,152grt, defensively-armed, 17 May 1918, 50 miles SE by S S from Cape de Gata, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 18 lives lost including Master

SCULPTOR, 4,874grt, defensively-armed, 17 May 1918, 60 miles NW by W W from Oran, torpedoed without warning by submarine, beached, wreck, 7 lives lost including Master

HURUNUI, 10,644grt, defensively-armed, 18 May 1918, 48 miles S by W from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

SCHOLAR, 1,635grt, defensively-armed, 18 May 1918, 90 miles W by S S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

DENBIGH HALL, 4,943grt, defensively-armed, 18 May 1918, 90 miles WSW from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CHESTERFIELD, 1,013grt, defensively-armed, 18 May 1918, 42 miles NE by E E from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

NINETTA, sailing vessel, 7grt, 18 May 1918, 22 miles SE by S from Cape Passero, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

SNOWDON, 3,189grt, defensively-armed, 19 May 1918, 84 miles S W from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost including Master

CHATHAM, 3,592grt, defensively-armed, 21 May 1918, 80 miles SW S from Cape Matapan, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SKARAAS, 1,625grt, defensively-armed, 23 May 1918, 1 mile SW from Black Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost

INNISFALLEN, 1,405grt, defensively-armed, 23 May 1918, 16 miles E N from Kish LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

RUTH HICKMAN, sailing vessel, 417grt, 24 May 1918, 60 miles NNW (true) from Graciosa, Azores, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

PRINCESS ROYAL, 1,986grt, defensively-armed, 26 May 1918, 3 miles WNW from St Agnes Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost

KYARRA, 6,953grt, defensively-armed, 26 May 1918, 2 miles SSE from Anvil Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

THAMES, 1,327grt, defensively-armed, 26 May 1918, 6 miles SE by E from Seaham Harbour, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost including Master

LEASOWE CASTLE, 9,737grt, defensively-armed, 26 May 1918, 104 miles W by N N from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 9 lives lost including Master

CAIRNROSS, 4,016grt, defensively-armed, 27 May 1918, 110 miles NNW (true) from Flores, Azores, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

UGANDA, 5,431grt, defensively-armed, 27 May 1918, 90 miles NE by N N from Algiers, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MERIONETHSHIRE, 4,308grt, defensively-armed, 27 May 1918, 120 miles N E (true) from Flores, Azores, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BEGUM, 4,646grt, defensively-armed, 29 May 1918, 270 miles W by S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost

MISSIR, 786grt, 29 May 1918, 80 miles W by N from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 34 lives lost

CARLTON, 5,262grt, defensively-armed, 29 May 1918, 270 miles W by S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

AUSONIA, 8,153grt, defensively-armed, 30 May 1918, 620 miles W by S S (true) from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 44 lives lost

WANETA, 1,683grt, defensively-armed, 30 May 1918, 42 miles SSE from Kinsale Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

ASIATIC PRINCE, 2,887grt, defensively-armed, 30 May 1918, 190 miles E by S S from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

AYMERIC, 4,363grt, defensively-armed, 30 May 1918, 145 miles SW by W from Cape Matapan, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ALERT, sailing vessel, 59grt, 31 May 1918, 9 miles NE by N N from Coquet Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

JUNE 1918

NORA, 3,933grt, defensively-armed, 3 June 1918, 205 miles SE from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

GLAUCUS, 5,295grt, defensively-armed, 3 June 1918, 20 miles W from Cape Granitola, Sicily, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

POLWELL, 2,013grt, defensively-armed, 5 June 1918, 6 miles E by S S from Rockabill, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HARPATHIAN, 4,588grt, defensively-armed, 5 June 1918, Of Cape Henry, Virginia, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ARCHBANK, 3,767grt, defensively-armed, 5 June 1918, 240 miles ESE from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

MENZALEH, 1,859grt, defensively-armed, 5 June 1918, 230 miles ESE from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost Master prisoner

HUNTSLAND, 2,871grt, defensively-armed, 6 June 1918, 23 miles N by W from Havre, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

DIANA, 1,119grt, defensively-armed, 7 June 1918, 10 miles SSE from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HOGARTH, 1,231grt, defensively-armed, 7 June 1918, 10 miles S E from the Longstone, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 26 lives lost including Master

SAIMA, 1,147grt, defensively-armed, 8 June 1918, 10 miles W from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 16 lives lost including Master

HUNSGROVE, 3,063grt, defensively-armed, 8 June 1918, 6 miles NW from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

MOIDART, 1,303grt, defensively-armed, 9 June 1918, 7 miles SE E from Lyme Regis, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost

QUEEN VICTORIA, sailing vessel, 92grt, 9 June 1918, 6 miles SE from Lundy Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

VANDALIA, 7,333grt, defensively-armed, 9 June 1918, 18 miles WNW from the Smalls, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

TEWFIKIEH, 2,490grt, defensively-armed, 9 June 1918, 115 miles WNW from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

CLAN FORBES, 3,946grt, defensively-armed, 9 June 1918, 115 miles WNW from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

PUNDIT, 5,917grt, defensively-armed, 9 June 1918, 85 miles WNW from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost including Master

MOUNTBY, 3,263grt, defensively-armed, 10 June 1918, 8 miles E by S from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

STRYN, 2,143grt, defensively-armed, 10 June 1918, 5 miles E from Berry Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

PRINCESS MAUD, 1,566grt, defensively-armed, 10 June 1918, 5 miles NE by N, from Blyth, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

LOWTYNE, 3,231grt, 10 June 1918, 3 miles ESE from Whitby, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

BORG, 2,111grt, defensively-armed, 10 June 1918, 20 miles SW by S from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 24 lives lost including Master

LORLE, 2,686grt, defensively-armed, 11 June 1918, 12 miles SSW from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost including Master

BOMA, 2,694grt, defensively-armed, 11 June 1918, 10 miles SW W from Beer Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

KUL, 1,095grt, defensively-armed, 12 June 1918, 3 miles NE N from Wolf Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

PENHALLOW, 4,318grt, defensively-armed, 12 June 1918, 52 miles N by W from Cape Caxine, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

KENNINGTON, 1,536grt, defensively-armed, 12 June 1918, 15 miles E from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

KALO, 1,957grt, defensively-armed, 13 June 1918, 18 miles S by E E from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

KIELDRECHT, 1,284grt, defensively-armed, 15 June 1918, 21 miles E by S from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MELANIE, 2,996grt, defensively-armed, 16 June 1918, 2 miles East from S Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

DWINSK, 8,173grt, defensively-armed, 18 June 1918, 400 miles NE by N N (true) from Bermuda, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 24 lives lost

NORFOLK COAST, 782grt, defensively-armed, 18 June 1918, 23 miles SE from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

MONTEBELLO, 4,324grt, defensively-armed, 21 June 1918, 320 miles W N from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 41 lives lost including Master

RHEA, 1,308grt, defensively-armed, 22 June 1918, off Etaples, mined and sunk

LORNLON, 1,706grt, defensively-armed, 23 June 1918, 4 miles E by S from Whitby, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MOORLANDS, 3,602grt, defensively-armed, 24 June 1918, 3 miles SE by E from Whitby, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

ATLANTIAN, 9,399grt, defensively-armed, 25 June 1918, 110 miles N by W W from Eagle Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Chief Officer and W/T Operator prisoners

ORISSA, 5,358grt, defensively-armed, 25 June 1918, 21 miles S W by W W from Skerryvore, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

AFRICAN TRANSPORT, 4,482grt, defensively-armed, 25 June 1918, 3 miles North from Whitby, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

WIMMERA, 3,022grt, 26 June 1918, 24 miles NW W from Hooper's Point, NZ, mined and sunk, 16 lives lost including Master

TORTUGUERO, 4,175grt, defensively-armed, 26 June 1918, 205 miles NW N from Eagle Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost

KEELUNG, 6,672grt, defensively-armed, 27 June 1918, 110 miles W S from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

LLANDOVERY CASTLE, hospital ship, 11,423grt, 27 June 1918, 116 miles West from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 146 lives lost

DICTATOR, sailing vessel, 99grt, June 1918, Atlantic, reportedly sunk by submarine, not known how sunk, date not known, listed around the 27th/28th, crew prisoners

QUEEN, 4,956grt, defensively-armed, 28 June 1918, 130 miles N W from Cape Villano, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 20 lives lost including Master

SUNNIVA, 1,913grt, defensively-armed, 28 June 1918, 4 miles East from Sunderland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

SIXTY-SIX, 214grt, defensively-armed, 29 June 1918, 3 miles East from Scarborough, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost including Master

FLORENTIA, 3,688grt, defensively-armed, 29 June 1918, 2 miles E by N from S Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

HERDIS, 1,157grt, defensively-armed, 29 June 1918, 7 miles SE by S from S Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

W.M.L., sailing vessel, 145grt, 30 June 1918, 400 miles NNW from Cape Finisterre, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 4 lives lost including Master

ORIGEN, 3,545grt, defensively-armed, 30 June 1918, 115 miles W S from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

JULY 1918

CHARING CROSS, 2,534grt, defensively-armed, 1 July 1918, 4 miles E by N from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WESTMOOR, 4,329grt, defensively-armed, 1 July 1918, 210 miles NW by W W from Casablanca, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost Master prisoner

ADMIRAL, tug, 102grt, 2 July 1918, 2 miles N from Flamborough Head, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ERME, motor, 116grt, 2 July 1918, 240 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

SHIRALA, 5,306grt, defensively-armed, 2 July 1918, 4 miles NE by E E from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

VERA ELIZABETH, motor, 179grt, defensively-armed, 5 July 1918, 54 miles S by E E from Sydero, Faeroe Islands, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

BERTRAND, 3,613grt, defensively-armed, 6 July 1918, 28 miles ESE from Cape Bon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

PORT HARDY, 6,533grt, defensively-armed, 6 July 1918, 78 miles W by N from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

BEN LOMOND, 2,814grt, defensively-armed, 7 July 1918, 30 miles SE from Daunts Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 23 lives lost including Master

CHICAGO, 7,709grt, defensively-armed, 8 July 1918, 4 miles NE from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

WAR CROCUS, 5,296grt, defensively-armed, 8 July 1918, 2 miles E by N from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MARS, 3,550grt, defensively-armed, 8 July 1918, 74 miles W by N from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

PLAWSWORTH, 4,724grt, defensively-armed, 13 July 1918, 105 miles W by N from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

BADAGRI, 2,956grt, defensively-armed, 13 July 1918, 425 miles WN W from Cape St Vincent, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Chief Officer prisoner

BRANKSOME HALL, 4,262grt, defensively-armed, 14 July 1918, 68 miles NW by W from Marsa Susa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WAITEMATA, 5,432grt, defensively-armed, 14 July 1918, 100 miles E N from Marsa Susa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BARUNGA, 7,484grt, defensively-armed, 15 July 1918, 150 miles W by S S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

FISHERMAN, sailing vessel, 136grt, 16 July 1918, 380 miles NW by W W from Cape Roca, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

WAR SWALLOW, 5,216grt, defensively-armed, 16 July 1918, 72 miles SW by S S from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

SOUTHBOROUGH, 3,709grt, defensively-armed, 16 July 1918, 5 miles N by E E from Scarborough, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 30 lives lost including Master

CARPATHIA, 13,603grt, defensively-armed, 17 July 1918, 170 miles W by N from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

RANGER, motor, 79grt, 19 July 1918, 20 miles NW from Barra Head, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

JUSTICIA, 32,234grt, defensively-armed, 19 July 1918, 20 miles W by N N from Skerryvore, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

GEMINI, 2,128grt, defensively-armed, 20 July 1918, 7 miles NW N from Godrevy LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ORFORDNESS, 2,790grt, defensively-armed, 20 July 1918, 2 miles W by N from Newquay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

KOSSEIR, 1,855grt, defensively-armed, 20 July 1918, 40 miles NE by N N from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 39 lives lost including Master

MONGOLIAN, 4,892grt, defensively-armed, 21 July 1918, 5 miles SE from Filey Brig, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 36 lives lost

ANNA SOFIE, 2,577grt, defensively-armed, 23 July 1918, 4 miles W from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

MESSIDOR, 3,883grt, defensively-armed, 23 July 1918, 73 miles SE by S from Port Mahon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

RUTHERGLEN, 4,214grt, defensively-armed, 24 July 1918, 50 miles ESE from Port Mahon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MAGELLAN, 3,642grt, defensively-armed, 25 July 1918, 53 miles N E from Cape Serrat, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

BLAIRHALL, 2,549grt, defensively-armed, 26 July 1918, 3 miles ENE from Sunderland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

KIRKHAM ABBEY, 1,166grt, 27 July 1918, 2 miles NE by E from Winterton, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

SUBADAR, 4,911grt, defensively-armed, 27 July 1918, 112 miles N by W from Cape Roca, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

CHLORIS, 984grt, defensively-armed, 27 July 1918, 17 miles S by E from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost including Master

HYPERIA, 3,908grt, defensively-armed, 28 July 1918, 84 miles NW by N from Port Said, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost including Master

RIO PALLARESA, 4,034grt, defensively-armed, 29 July 1918, 62 miles ENE from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

AUGUST 1918

MALVINA, 1,244grt, defensively-armed, 2 August 1918, 1 mile NNE from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost including Master

DORNFONTEIN, motor, 766grt, 2 August 1918, 25 miles WNW from Brier Island (NS), captured by submarine, set on fire

WARILDA, 7,713grt, defensively-armed, 3 August 1918, 32 miles SSW from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

CLAN MACNAB, 4,675grt, defensively-armed, 4 August 1918, 14 miles NNW from Pendeen LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 22 lives lost including Master

FRESHFIELD, 3,445grt, defensively-armed, 5 August 1918, 4 miles NE by N from Cape Colonne, Italy, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

LUZ BLANCA, 4,868grt, defensively-armed, 5 August 1918, 35 miles SW from Outer Gas Buoy, Halifax (NS), torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

CLAN MACNEIL, 3,939grt, defensively-armed, 6 August 1918, 10 miles North from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BIRUTA, 1,733grt, defensively-armed, 6 August 1918, 8 miles NW W from Calais, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost including Master

HIGHLAND HARRIS, 6,032grt, defensively-armed, 6 August 1918, 82 miles N W from Eagle Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 24 lives lost

CLAN MACVEY, 5,815grt, defensively-armed, 8 August 1918, mile SE from Anvil Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

GLENLEE, 4,915grt, defensively-armed, 9 August 1918, 4 miles E by N from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

MADAM RENEE, 509grt, defensively-armed, 10 August 1918, 1 mile NNE from Scarborough, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

CITY OF ADELAIDE, 8,389grt, defensively-armed, 11 August 1918, 60 miles ENE from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

PENISTONE, 4,139grt, defensively-armed, 11 August 1918, 145 miles SW S from Nantucket Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ANHUI, 2,209grt, defensively-armed, 12 August 1918, 2 miles SE from Cape Greco, Cyprus, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

CITY OF BRISBANE, 7,094grt, defensively-armed, 13 August 1918, 1 miles SSW from Newhaven, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WALLSEND, 2,697grt, defensively-armed, 14 August 1918, 1 mile SE from S Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ESCRICK, 4,151grt, defensively-armed, 16 August 1918, 360 miles NW by N from Cape Finisterre, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost Master prisoner

MIRLO, 6,978grt, defensively-armed, 16 August 1918, mile S by E from Wimble Shoal Buoy, Cape Hatteras, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 9 lives lost

EROS, 1,122grt, defensively-armed, 17 August 1918, 2 miles NE by N from Filey Brig, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost including Master

DENEBOLA, 1,481grt, defensively-armed, 17 August 1918, 2 miles N by W from Gurnard Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ZINAL, 4,037grt, defensively-armed, 17 August 1918, 360 miles N by E (true) from Terceira, Azores, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

IDAHO, 3,023grt, defensively-armed, 19 August 1918, 120 miles N by W W from Cape Villano, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

MARIE SUZANNE, 3,106grt, defensively-armed, 19 August 1918, 47 miles W S from Mudros Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BOLTONHALL, 3,535grt, defensively-armed, 20 August 1918, 34 miles SW by W W from Bardsey Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

OTIS TETRAX, 996grt, defensively-armed, 20 August 1918, 28 miles S E from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

THE STEWART'S COURT, 813grt, defensively-armed, 21 August 1918, 4 miles SSE from Seaham Harbour, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

DIOMED, 7,523grt, defensively-armed, 21 August 1918, 195 miles ESE from Nantucket Island, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 2 lives lost

BOSCAWEN, 1,936grt, defensively-armed, 21 August 1918, 23 miles WNW from Bardsey Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

PALMELLA, 1,352grt, defensively-armed, 22 August 1918, 25 miles NW W from South Stack, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 28 lives lost including Master

ABBASIEH, Egyptian sailing vessel, 140grt, 22 August 1918, 100 miles NE from Alexandria, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

PRUNELLE, 578grt, defensively-armed, 22 August 1918, 2 miles SE from Blyth, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost including Master

AUSTRALIAN TRANSPORT, 4,784grt, defensively-armed, 23 August 1918, 40 miles WNW from Marittimo, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

FLAVIA, 9,291grt, defensively-armed, 24 August 1918, 30 miles NW by W from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

VIRENT, 3,771grt, defensively-armed, 24 August 1918, 38 miles W by S from the Smalls, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

AUCKLAND CASTLE, 1,084grt, defensively-armed, 24 August 1918, 5 miles E by S S from Farn Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12, including Master

WILLINGTONIA, 3,228grt, defensively-armed, 25 August 1918, 13 miles SW by W from Marittimo, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

ERIK, 583grt, 25 August 1918, 70 miles NW by W from St Pierre, N.F.L., captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ANT CASSAR, 3,544grt, defensively-armed, 27 August 1918, 30 miles NNW from Strumble Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GIRALDA, 1,100grt, defensively-armed, 28 August 1918, 5 miles NNW from Whitby, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

MILWAUKEE, 7,323grt, defensively-armed, 31 August 1918, 260 miles SW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

SEPTEMBER 1918

MESABA, 6,833grt, defensively-armed, 1 September 1918, 21 miles E N from Tuskar Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 20 lives lost including Master

CITY OF GLASGOW, 6,545grt, defensively-armed, 1 September 1918, 21 mile E N from Tuskar Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost

SAN ANDRES, 3,314grt, defensively-armed, 2 September 1918, 40 miles N by W from Port Said, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HIGHCLIFFE, 3,238grt, defensively-armed, 3 September 1918, 13 miles SE from Tuskar Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

WAR FIRTH, 3,112grt, defensively-armed, 4 September 1918, 33 miles S W from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

ARUM, 3,681grt, defensively-armed, 4 September 1918, 40 miles E from Pantellaria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

AUDAX, 975grt, defensively-armed, 6 September 1918, 6 miles E by N from N Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

MILLY, 2,964grt, defensively-armed, 6 September 1918, 2 miles W S from Tintagell Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

BELLBANK, 3,250grt, defensively-armed, 7 September 1918, 25 miles SSW from Planier Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

RUYSDAEL, 3,478grt, defensively-armed, 7 September 1918, 228 miles W S from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost including Master

MISSANABIE, 12,469grt, defensively-armed, 9 September 1918, 52 miles S by E E from Daunts Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 45 lives lost

WAR ARABIS, 5,183grt, defensively-armed, 9 September 1918, 88 miles N by E E from Cape Sigli, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GALWAY CASTLE, 7,988grt, defensively-armed, 12 September 1918, 160 miles SW S from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 143 lives lost

SETTER, 956grt, defensively-armed, 13 September 1918, 6 miles NW by N from Corsewall Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 9 lives lost including Master

BUFFALO, 286grt, defensively-armed, 13 September 1918, off Corsewall Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost including Master

M J CRAIG, 691grt, defensively-armed, 13 September 1918, 7 miles NE E from Black Head, Belfast, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

AGHIOS NICOLAOS, sailing vessel, 113grt, 14 September 1918, 10 miles SE from Paphos, captured by submarine, sunk by bomb

NEOTSFIELD, 3,821grt, defensively-armed, 14 September 1918, 1 miles South from Skulmartin LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GIBEL-HAMAM, 647grt, defensively-armed, 14 September 1918, off Abbotsbury, Dorset, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 21 lives lost including Master

KENDAL CASTLE, 3,885grt, defensively-armed, 15 September 1918, 4 miles SE from Berry Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 18 lives lost including Master

JOSEPH FISHER, sailing vessel, 79grt, 15 September 1918, 16 miles E by N from Codling LV, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ENERGY, sailing vessel, 89grt, 15 September 1918, 18 miles E by N from Codling LV, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ETHEL, 2,336grt, defensively-armed, 16 September 1918, 8 miles SE from Berry Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MADRYN, 2,244grt, defensively-armed, 16 September 1918, 5 miles NNE from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WELLINGTON, 5,600grt, defensively-armed, 16 September 1918, 175 miles N by W from Cape Villano, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost including Master

SERULA, 1,388grt, defensively-armed, 16 September 1918, 13 miles NE N from Strumble Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 17 lives lost including Master

TASMAN, 5,023grt, defensively-armed, 16 September 1918, 220 miles N by W W from Cape Villano, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost including Master

PHILOMEL, 3,050grt, defensively-armed, 16 September 1918, 12 miles SE by E from Glenan Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine,

LORD STEWART, 1,445grt, defensively-armed, 16 September 1918, 6 miles E N from Hope's Nose, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ACADIAN, 2,305grt, defensively-armed, 16 September 1918, 11 miles SW by W from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 25 lives lost including Master

LAVERNOCK, 2,406grt, defensively-armed, 17 September 1918, 5 miles SW from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 25 lives lost including Master

MURIEL, 1,831grt, defensively-armed, 17 September 1918, 3 miles NE from Peterhead, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CAIRO, Egyptian sailing vessel, 254grt, 17 September 1918, 110 miles N by E from Alexandria, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

JOHN O SCOTT, 1,235grt, defensively-armed, 18 September 1918, 9 miles W by N from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 18 lives lost including Master

PRIMO, 1,037grt, defensively-armed, 18 September 1918, 3 miles NNW from Godrevy LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BARRISTER, 4,952grt, defensively-armed, 19 September 1918, 9 miles W N from Chicken Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 30 lives lost

STAITHES, 336grt, 21 September 1918, 1 miles SE by S from Sunderland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost including Master

DOWNSHIRE, 368grt, defensively-armed, 21 September 1918, 8 miles ESE from Rockabill, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

POLESLEY, 4,221grt, defensively-armed, 21 September 1918, 1 mile North from Pendeen LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 43 lives lost including Master

GORSEMORE, 3,079grt, defensively-armed, 22 September 1918, 44 miles SE E from Cape Colonne, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

EDLINGTON, 3,864grt, defensively-armed, 23 September 1918, 70 miles E by S from Cape Passero, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ALDERSHOT, 2,177grt, defensively-armed, 23 September 1918, 5 miles ESE from Dartmouth, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

HEBBURN, 1,938grt, defensively-armed, 25 September 1918, 14 miles South from Mine Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

HATASU, 3,193grt, defensively-armed, 27 September 1918, 50 miles N W from Oran, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

BALDERSBY, 3,613grt, defensively-armed, 28 September 1918, 9 miles E S from Codling LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

BENHA, Egyptian sailing vessel, 95grt, 28 September 1918, off Ras el Dabas, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

NYANZA, 4,053grt, defensively-armed, 29 September 1918, 14 miles NE by E from the Maidens, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 13 lives lost including Master

LIBOURNE, 1,219grt, defensively-armed, 29 September 1918, 10 miles South from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

OCTOBER 1918

BYLANDS, 3,309grt, defensively-armed, 1 October 1918, 150 miles NNW from Cape Villano, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

MONTFORT, 6,578grt, defensively-armed, 1 October 1918, 170 miles W by S S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

BAMSE, 1,001grt, defensively-armed, 2 October 1918, 5 miles E N from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

POLJAMES, 856grt, defensively-armed, 2 October 1918, 6 miles South from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 13 lives lost

ARCA, 4,839grt, defensively-armed, 2 October 1918, 40 miles NW by W from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 52 lives lost including Master

WESTWOOD, 1,968grt, defensively-armed, 3 October 1918, 5 miles SW W from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ARIEL, 3,428grt, defensively-armed, 3 October 1918, 54 miles North from Cape Tenez, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

EUPION, 3,575grt, defensively-armed, 3 October 1918, 10 miles West from Loop Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

OOPACK, 3,883grt, defensively-armed, 4 October 1918, 110 miles East from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

KASSID KARIM, Egyptian sailing vessel, 103grt, 4 October 1918, 75 miles N from Alexandria, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

INDUSTRIAL, sailing vessel, 330grt, 4 October 1918, 250 miles SE S (true) from Nantucket Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

REVENTAZON, 4,050grt, defensively-armed, 5 October 1918, 14 miles W by S from Kassandra Point, Gulf of Salonika, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost including Master

THALIA, 1,308grt, defensively-armed, 8 October 1918, 4 miles ESE from Filey Brig, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

HAWANEE, sailing vessel, 124grt, 8 October 1918, 350 miles West (true) from Cape Finisterre, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

LEINSTER, 2,646grt, defensively-armed, 10 October 1918, 7 miles ESE from Kish LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 176 lives lost including Master

HAMIDIEH, Egyptian sailing vessel, 85grt, 13 October 1918, 50 miles NW from Alexandria, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

DUNDALK, 794grt, defensively-armed, 14 October 1918, 5 miles NNW from Skerries, Anglesey, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 21 lives lost including Master

PENTWYN, 3,587grt, defensively-armed, 16 October 1918, 20 miles NE by N N from the Smalls, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

WAR COUNCIL, 5,875grt, defensively-armed, 16 October 1918, 85 miles WSW from Cape Matapan, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BONVILSTON, 2,866grt, defensively-armed, 17 October 1918, 9 miles NW by W from Corsewell Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HUNSDON, 2,899grt, defensively-armed, 18 October 1918, 1 mile S from Strangford Light Buoy, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ALMERIAN, 3,030grt, defensively-armed, 19 October 1918, 13 miles W by S from Licata, Sicily, mined and sunk

EMILY MILLINGTON, sailing vessel, 111grt, 20 October 1918, 13 miles NNE from South Bishop, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

SAINT BARCHAN, 362grt, defensively-armed, 21 October 1918, 4 miles from St John's Point, Co Down, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost including Master

MOSCOW, 1,622grt, 21 October 1918, Petrograd, scuttled to prevent capture by Bolsheviks

NOVEMBER 1918

SURADA, 324grt, defensively-armed, 2 November 1918, Port Said swept channel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MURCIA, 871grt, defensively-armed, 2 November 1918, 12 miles North from Port Said, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

 
 

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