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Tory Island to Trawbreaga Bay

 

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YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1917LYNORTAARMED STEAMER - 3,684 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-94, 102 MILES NORTH-WEST x NORTH OF,
d
1917MAJORENNORWEGIAN STEAMER - 2,747tonsOILMINED 25 MILES WEST OF; PHILADELPHIA FOR GLASGOW
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1917MALAGAUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF; YEAR APPROXIMATE
g
1917 MELFORD HALLARMED STEAMER - 6,339 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-100, 95 MILES NORTH BY WEST WEST OF,
d
1917MIDDLESEXLIVERPOOL ARMED STEAMER - 8,364 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-30, 150 MILES NORTH-WEST OF; MANCHESTER FOR AUSTRALIA
d e
1917MONICAUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF; YEAR APPROXIMATE
g
1917OLDFIELD GRANGEARMED STEAMER - 4,653 tons500 TONS COPPER, 628 TONS LEADTORPEDOED BY U-62, 30 MILES NORTH-EAST OF; CARDIFF FOR NEW YORK
d
1917QUERNMORE ARMED ESCORT STEAMER - 302 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-82 160 MILES WEST BY NORTH NORTH OF,
d
1917RAMILLESARMED STEAMER - 2,935 tonsUNKNOWNSHELLED BY U-58 120 MILES WEST-NORTH-WEST OF,
d
1917REFUGIOARMED STEAMER - 4,313 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK BY U-BOAT GUNFIRE 115 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
d
1917ROCHESTERAMERICAN STEAMER - 2,551 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-95 300 MILES WEST OF,
d
1917ROSCOMMONLONDON ARMED STEAMER - 8,238 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-53, 20 MILES NORTH-EAST OF; MANCHESTER FOR AUSTRALIA
d e g
1917SAINT MIRRENGLASGOW STEEL BARQUE - 1,956 tonsCOAL & FUELSHELLED BY U-BOAT 45 MILES NORTH-WEST OF INISHTRAHULL
d e
1917SAINT RONALDLIVERPOOL ARMED STEAMER - 4,387 tonsNITRATESTORPEDOED BY U-82, 95 MILES NORTH-NORTH-WEST OF; ANTOFAGASTA FOR NORFOLK
a d e
1917SAPELEARMED STEAMER - 4,366 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-104 100 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
d
1917SEBEKARMED STEAMER - 4,601 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-70, 145 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
d
1917SENATORGRIMSBY STEAM TRAWLER - 211 tonsBALLASTMINED OFFSHORE
d e
1917SERAPISSTEAMER - 1,932 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-79 106 MILES NORTH-NORTH-WEST WEST OF,
a d
1917
SOUTHLAND
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LIVERPOOL ARMED STEAMER - 11,899 tonsGENERALFORMERLY "SS VADERLAND"; TORPEDOED 140 MILES NORTH-WEST BY WEST OF, BY U-70; LIVERPOOL FOR PHILADELPHIA
d e 2
1917SYCAMOREARMED STEAMER - 6,550 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY UB-61 125 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
a d
1917SLYVANIANARMED STEAMER - 4,858 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY UC-75, 170 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
d
1917THISTLEARDARMED STEAMER - 4,136 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-82, 135 MILES WEST-NORTH-WEST OF,
d
1917U-45GERMAN SUBMARINE - 940 tonsCREWTORPEDOED BY HM SUBMARINE D-7 OFFSHORE
d e
1917VACUUMAMERICAN TANKER - 2,551 tonsOILTORPEDOED BY U-21 NORTH-WEST OF,
d
1917VESTLEVNORWEGIAN STEAMER - 1,728 tonsTEXTILES & TIMBERBOMBED 14 MILES OFF; MOBILE FOR LIVERPOOL
d e g
1917VONINDANISH SCHOONERCOAL50 MILES WEST OF,
-
1918ARCALONDON ARMED STEAM TANKER - 4,839 tonsBENZINETORPEDOED BY U-118, 40 MILES NORTH-WEST BY WEST OF; PHILADELPHIA FOR PORTISHEAD
d e
1918BRITTANYLIVERPOOL STEAMER - 2,926 tonsGENERAL & COALFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION 40 MILES NORTH-NORTH-WEST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR MONTEVIDEO
d e h
1918ST. JOHNSARMED STEAM TRAWLER - 208 tons1 x 6 POUNDER GUNSUNK BY U-BOAT GUNFIRE 45 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
d e
1920LATONAWICK BARQUENTINE - 286 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 17 MILES NORTH-WEST OF; WICK FOR BLACKSOD BAY
e
1921CORRIBBELFAST STEAMER - 506 tonsBALLAST0.75 MILES SOUTH SOUTH-WEST OF WEST END LIGHTHOUSE; BALLINA FOR AYR
d e g
1925LUSBYFLEETWOOD STEAM TRAWLER - 280 tonsFISHSTRUCK ROCKS ON SOUTH SIDE OF,
d e g
1930WHEATPLAINLIVERPOOL STEAMER - 523 tons420 TONS OF FLOUR100 YARDS FROM PORTADOON; BIRENHEAD FOR WESTPORT
d e g
1939DAVARAFLEETWOOD STEAM TRAWLER - 291 tonsBALLASTSHELLED BY U-27, 21 MILES NORTH-WEST BY NORTH OF,
d e
1939DELPHINEFLEETWOOD STEAM TRAWLER - 250 tonsFISHSHELLED BY U-33, 18 MILES NORTH BY EAST OF,
d e g
1939SEA SWEEPERFLEETWOOD STEAM TRAWLER - 345 tonsBALLASTSHELLED BY U-33, 30 MILES NORTH-NORTH- WEST OF,
d e g
1939THOMAS HANKINS (HAWKINS)FLEETWOOD STEAM TRAWLER - 276 tonsFISHSHELLED BY U-33, 14 MILES NORTH WEST OF,
d e g
1940BETTYSTEAMER - 2,239 tonsRICETORPEDOED BY U-59, 35 MILES OFF RATHLIN; SAIGON FOR LIVERPOOL
a d
1940BUSSUMDUTCH STEAMER - 8,636 tons5,200 TONS OF GRAINTORPEDOED 35 MILES WEST OF,
c d
1940CANTONSWEDISH FREIGHTER - 5,779 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-30 OFF,
d
1940
CARINTHIA
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ARMED MERCHANT CRUISER - 20,277 tonsCREWTORPEDOED BY U-46, 34 MILES WEST OF; LIES IN 40m
a d e f
1940FRANCES MASSEYHULL STEAMER - 4,212 tonsIRON ORE TORPEDOED BY U-48, 14 MILES NORTH-WEST OF; WABANA FOR GLASGOW
a e
1940LEUKOSIRISH STEAM TRAWLER - 216 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED OFF; POSSIBLY SHELLED BY U-38
d e
1940
PINDOS
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GREEK STEAMER - 4,360 tonsGRAINTORPEDOED BY U-58, 25 MILES WEST-NORTH-WEST OF; BAHIA FOR AVONMOUTH
a d 1
1941BOTWEYLONDON STEAMER - 5,106 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED BY U-41, 60 MILES NORTH OF; ELLESMERE PORT FOR PORT SULPHUR
d e
1941ENGLISHMANNAVAL TUGCREWATTACHED BY AIRCRAFT 40 MILES WEST OF,
c d
1941TEMPLE HEADSTEAMERUNKNOWN50 MILES WEST OF,
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1942UNKNOWNLIBERATOR AIRCRAFTCREW37 MILES WEST-SOUTH-WEST OF.
d
1944
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STEAM TANKER- 15,702 tons16,000 TONS OIL & SHERMAN TANKSTORPEDOED BY U-482, 15 MILES NORTH-WEST OF MALIN HEAD; HAS BEEN DIVED; LIES IN 68m; NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL
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1944FJORDHEIMNORWEGIAN STEAMER - 4,115 tons4,000 TONS COALTORPEDOED 75 MILES NORTH WEST OF,
a d
1944HURST CASTLE H.M.S.CORVETTE - 1,010 tons100 CREWTORPEDOED BY U-482, 12 MILES NORTH OF,
a d e
1944PINTOCONVOY RESCUE MOTORSHIP - 1,346 tonsCREWTORPEDOED BY U-482 NORTH-NORTH-EAST OF; HALIFAX FOR GREENOCK
a d e g
1944U-482GERMAN SUBMARINECREWSTRUCK A MINE BETWEEN "EMPIRE HERITAGE" & "PINTO"
d h
1947ROSCOMMONSTEAMER - 8,238 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED 20 MILES NORTH OF,
g
2003CABIN FEVERAUXILLARY KETCH"BIG BROTHER" CREW & STARSSTRUCK ROCKS; BROKE UP
d
 
 
TRAWBREAGA BAY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1778EBENEEZERSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCARGO SALVAGED
d h
1863JANET HUNTERUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNEAR POLLIN STRAND
-
1870ANNE B. SMITHSCHOONER - 51 tonsUNKNOWNAT POLLIN STRAND; GLASGOW FOR BALLYSHANNON
d
1876DANIEL MORRISSCHOONER - 98 tonsFLOURNORTH END AT FIVE FINGERS STRAND; WISBEACH FOR SLIGO
d
1878DANUBECANADIAN BARQUE - 652 tonsBALLASTAT CARRICKABRAGHY; LIVERPOOL FOR NEW BRUNSWICK
d e g
1882MARY ANNELIVERPOOL DEEP WATER SCHOONER - 136 tonsGENERALCAME ASHORE; LIVERPOOL FOR NEWFOUNDLAND
d e
1889TWILIGHTDERRY BARQUE - 756 tonsDEALSRAN ASHORE AT FIVE FINGERS STRAND; ST. JOHN N.B. FOR DERRY
d e g
 
 
UNKNOWN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1799
LONDON PACKETSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNIN TREMORE BAY??; LONDON FOR NEWRY
e
1799
THREE BROTHERSSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNIN TREMORE BAY??; CORK FOR NEWRY
e
1802
JANE & AGNESSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF NORTH COAST,
d
1808
RUBYLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON THE COAST OF; QUEBEC FOR LIVERPOOL
d e
1811
JOHN & THOMASMARYPORT SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFFSHORE; FROM MIRAMICHE
d e
1815
POST BOYSCHOONERUNKNOWNON THE COAST; HALIFAX FOR GREENOCK
d e
1816
JOHN & MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNORTH-WEST OF; GALWAY FOR LIVERPOOL
d
1825
WALLERSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF,
3
1833
MARIAGREENOCK SAIL VESSEL - 101 tonsUNKNOWNNONE
d
1853
LIVELYINVERNESS SLOOP - 41 tonsKELPSTRANDED & WRECKED AT INISHMEANE ISLAND; INISHMEANE FOR GLASGOW
e
1874
FAIRY QUEENIPSWICH SCHOONER - 80 tonsMANUREOFF NORTH-WEST COAST; IPSWICH FOR TRALEE
e
1910
ST. PATRICKSLIGO LUGGER - 20 tonsBALLASTSOUTH-EAST SIDE OF INISHSIRRER ISLAND??
e
1911
DERRYCLARESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF,
d
1911
ST. ERANDERRY LUGGER - 29 tonsBALLASTAT INISHMEAN ISLAND
e
1911
ST. PAULDERRY LUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTAT INISHMEAN ISLAND
e
1915
CLAN MACNAUGHTONSTEAMER - 4,984 tonsUNKNOWNMINED OFF NORTH-WEST DONEGAL
d
1915
INDRANTSTEAMER - 3,640 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED SOUTH OF SALTTES,
d
1916
ARANDASTEAMERUNKNOWNOFF,
d
1917
CEDERICNORWEGIAN STEAMER - 2,344 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED OFF NORTH WEST COAST; NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL
a e
1917
CERESDANISH STEAMER - 1,166 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED NORTH-WEST OF,
a
1917
DURANGOSUNDERLAND STEAMER - 3,008 tonsGENERALSUNK BY GUNFIRE FROM U-53 OFFSHORE; LIVERPOOL FOR ST. JOHN N.B.
e
1917
LUCIPARAMARIEHAMN IRON BARQUE - 1,943 tonsCOAL & FUELSUNK BY U-BOAT GUNFIRE; ARDROSSAN FOR BRAZIL
e
1917
MIKELISGREEK STEAMER - 2,430 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-95 30 MILES OFF NORTH COAST; BILBAO FOR GLASGOW
d e
1917
OTWAYARMED MERCHANT CRUISER - 12,077 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY UC-49 IN NORTH ATLANTIC
d
1917
ROCKINGHAMSTEAMER - 4,555 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-45, 150 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
d
1917
STINATORPEDO BOAT - 810 tonsCREWNORTH OF,
d
1917
VASARISTEAMER - 10,117 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED; POSSIBLY SURVIVED
d
1917
WINIFREDIANSTEAMER - 10,422 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED NORTH OF; POSSIBLY SURVIVED
d
1918
D-6ROYAL NAVY SUBMARINE - 550 tonsCREWTORPEDOED BY U-73 OFF THE NORTH COAST, LIES 12 MILES OFF COAST IN 90m,
d e
1918
FLAVIALIVERPOOL ARMED STEAMER - 9,291 tonsGENERAL & ANIMALS & HORSESTORPEDOED BY U-107, 30 MILES NORTH-WEST BY WEST OF; MONTREAL FOR AVONMOUTH
d e
1918
U-124GERMAN SUBMARINE - 651 tonsCREWSCUTTLED AFTER DEPTH CHARGING OFF THE NORTH COAST
e
1918
WIDWUDRUSSIAN BRIGANTINE - 299 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK BY U-BOAT OFF NORTH WEST IRELAND; GLASSON DOCK FOR REYKJAVIK
e
1929
BIRCHOLROYAL FLEET AUXILARY VESSELCREWOFF NORTH COAST,
d
1930
CRAIG ROYUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNORTH OF,
d
1934
UNKNOWNUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF; CARGO PLUNDERED
d
1939
INVERLIFFEYTANKER - 9,546 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK BY U-38 OFF,
d
1939
U-39GERMAN SUBMARINECREWDEPTH-CHARGED OFF,
d
1940
CASANAREARMED MERCHANT CRUISER - 5,376 tonsCREWTORPEDOED BY U-99 NORTH-WEST OF,
d
1940
CITY OF LIMERICKSTEAMER - 1,359 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY AIRCRAFT OFF NORTH-WEST COAST,
d
1940
DUNDEE H.M.S.SLOOPCREWTORPEDOED BY U-48 NORTH-WEST OF,
d
1940
ELETHUNKNOWN - 368 tonsUNKNOWNOFF,
d
1940
EMPIRE CONVEYORSTEAMER - 5,911 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED OFF,
d
1940
FINGAL INORWEGIAN VESSEL - 460 tonsUNKNOWNNORTH OF,
d
1940
FRANCIS MASSEYSTEAMER - 4,212 tonsIRON ORETORPEDOED BY U-47, NORTH-WEST OF,
d
1940
JAMAICA PROGRESSLONDON STEAMER - 5,475 tonsFRUIT & NUTSTORPEDOED BY U-99, 60 MILES WEST OF TIREE; JAMAICA FOR HOLYHEAD
d e
1940
JERSEY CITYCARDIFF TRAMP STEAMER - 6,322 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED BY U-99, 40 MILES NORTH-WEST OF; NEWPORT FOR BALTIMORE
d e
1940
MARDINIANLIVERPOOL STEAMER - 2,434 tons3,500 TONS PITCHTORPEDOED BY U-28 OFFSHORE; TRINIDAD FOR LONDON
d e
1940
MACEDONIANSTEAMER 5,227 tonsUNKNOWNOFF,
d
1940
OGLAISUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF,
d
1940
PATROLCUSARMED MERCHANT CRUISER - 11,314 tons6 x 6 INCH & 2 x 3 INCH DECK GUNSTORPEDOED BY U-99 OFFSHORE
d e
1940
PECTENLONDON TANKER - 7,468 tons9,546 TONS FUEL OILTORPEDOED BY U-57 OFFSHORE; TRINIDAD FOR THE CLYDE
d e
1940
SALONICANORWEGIAN STEAMER - 2,694 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED OFF NORTH-WEST IRELAND
a
1940
SCOTTISH MINSTRELLONDON TANKER - 6,998 tonsFURNACE OILTORPEDOED BY U-61 OFFSHORE; HALIFAX FOR LONDON
d e
1940
UNKNOWNUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF,
d
1940
VINGALANDSWEDISH MOTORSHIP - 2,734 tonsUNKNOWNBOMBED 400 MILES NORTH-WEST OF IRELAND
a
1941
AINDERBY STEAM FREIGHTER - 4,860 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-552 NORTH-WEST OF,
d
1941
MEMPHISEGYPTIAN STEAMER - 2,088 tonsUNKNOWNFOUNDERED NORTH-WEST OF; MANCHESTER FOR VIGO
a d
1941
OLGA S.DANISH MOTOR VESSEL - 2,252 tons4 AIRCRAFT & GENERALBOMBED BY GERMAN PLANE OFFSHORE; CLYDE FOR TAKORADI
d e
1941
UNKNOWNLARGE VESSELUNKNOWNOFF, CONFIRMED BY SONAR
d
1943
KINGSTON BERYLADMIRALTY TRAWLER - 356 tonsCREWSTRUCK A MINE NORTH OF,
d
1944
U-484GERMAN SUBMARINE - TYPE VIIC - 865 tonsCREWSUNK IN NORTH WESTERN APPROACHES BY "H.M.C.S. DUNVER" & "HESPETE'R"
d e
1944
U-743GERMAN U-BOAT TYPE VIICCREWDEPTH CHARGED BY "H.M.S. PORCHESTE CASTLE" & "H.M.S. HELMDALE" OFF,
d
1945
UNKNOWNUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF,
d
1945
UNKNOWNHALIFAX AIRCRAFTCREWOFF MULLGHMORE
d
1945
UNKNOWNGERMAN U-BOATCREWOFF,
d
1945
U-143GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-145GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-149GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-150GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-155GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-170GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-244GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-249GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY "H.M.S. TANTIVY"; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-255GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-278GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-281GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSANK WHILE UNDER TOW; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-291GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-293GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT & GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-294GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-295GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-298GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-299GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER TOW PARTED; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 40 FATHOMS
d
1945
U-318GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-322GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-323GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTFOUNDERED; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 55 FATHOMS
d
1945
U-328GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-363GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-368GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-427GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-481GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-483GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-485GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY "H.M.S. TANTIVY"; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-516GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-532GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY "H.M.S. TANTIVY"; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-539GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSANK WHILE UNDER TOW; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 52 FATHOMS
d
1945
U-636GERMAN U-BOATCREWDEPTH CHARGED BY "BENTENICK ET AL" WEST OF,
d
1945
U-637GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTFOUNDERED; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 38 FATHOMS
d
1945
U-668GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-680GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-716GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-720GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-739GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-760GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-764GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-773GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY "H.M.S. TANTIVY"; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-775GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 57 FATHOMS
d
1945
U-779GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-802GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-806GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-825GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-826GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-861GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-868GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSANK IN A STEEP DIVE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 70 FATHOMS
d
1945
U-874GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-875GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-883GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-901GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-928GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-956GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-975GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-978GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY "H.M.S. TANTIVY"; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-991GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY "H.M.S. TANTIVY"; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-992GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-994GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSANK WHILE UNDER TOW; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 50 FATHOMS
d
1945
U-997GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1002GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY "H.M.S. TANTIVY"; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1004GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1005GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSANK WHILE UNDER TOW; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 48 FATHOMS
d
1945
U-1009GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1010GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1019GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 52 FATHOMS
d
1945
U-1022GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1023GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1052GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY 816 SQUADRON; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1061GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1102GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1103GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1104GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY EXPLOSIVES; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1109GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1110GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1163GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1165GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1194GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1198GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1203GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 52 FATHOMS
d
1945
U-1230GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1233GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1271GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 30 FATHOMS
d
1945
U-1272GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 52 FATHOMS
d
1945
U-1301GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-1307GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY 816 SQUADRON; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2321GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2322GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE OFF; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2324GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2325GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE OFF; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2328GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE OFF; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2329GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE OFF; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2334GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE OFF; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2335GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE OFF; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2336GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2337GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2341GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2345GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2354GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2359GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2361GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2363GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE OFF; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-2502GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1945
U-3514GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1946
UNKNOWN x 16GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTOFF,
d
1946
U-2351GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1946
U-2356GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1946
U-2506GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1946
U-2511GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
d
1949
CYELSEUNKNOWN - 237 tonsUNKNOWNNORTH OF,
d

1950

SENIORITYSTEAMER - 2,895 tonsUNKNOWNNORTH OF,
d
 
 
SOURCE PUBLICATIONS:
a
"Dictionary of Disasters at Sea during the Age of Steam 1824 - 1962"
by
Charles Hocking
London Stamp Exchange 1989 - ISBN: 0948130474
b
"Dive" Magazine
by
Rich Stevenson (March 2001)
c
"Donegal Shipwrecks"
by
Ian Wilson
Impact Printing 1998 - ISBN: 094815456X
d
"Irish Wrecks Database"
by
Roy Stokes & Liam Dowling
e
"Shipwreck Index of Ireland"
by
Richard & Bridget Larn
Lloyd's Register - Fairplay Ltd 2002 - ISBN: 1900839970
f
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 932 - 1997"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 1998 - ISBN: 0952302713
g
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 1105 – 1993"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 1994 - ISBN: 0952302705
h
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 1582 - 2000"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 2000 - ISBN: 0952302721
 
 
OTHER SOURCES:
1
Internet 2006
2
Internet 2006
2
Tim Latham
via Email 2001

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