Passenger Liner [56M] (Clarke: GPS not given.) This vessel was a troop ship in WW1 and was stranded in Rathlin Island in 1918 but was re-floated. In WW2 she was part of a convoy carrying the Convoy Commander and his staff. She was sunk by German Aircraft 11 miles and 45 degrees from Portland Bill.
Refs. LARN South Devon 1940; Lloyd’s Register: 1937-8 No. 19667(A) & LCWLR: WW2, p95.
Grahame Knott database
Day of Loss: 4
Month of Loss: 7
Year of Loss: 1940
Approximate Depth: 56
Aliases, aka: The spread out wreck