by Bremer Vulcan Schiffsbau, Vagesack,
in 1918, she
grossed 10,939 tons, measured 520 x 64.2 x 37.6ft., powered by 1,270 n.h.p. triple
expansion engines and low pressure tubine generating 14 knots, and was owned by
the Federal Steam Navigation Co.
by U-57 while carrying 9,000 tons of steel and general cargo including a locomotive
which broke its securing chains and rolled through the bow creating a large hole
which accelerated the sinking.
Liverpool to Curacao in a 32 ship convoy no. OB.202
E.A.J Williams and 54 out of 58 crew were saved.