GOSSAMER

Times: Monday, November 7, 1910, Issue 39423 – “A Weymouth telegram states that during squally weather on Saturday night, a whaler belonging to the torpedo destroyer Gossamer, capsized while making for Portland and two seamen were drowned. The whaler contained five blue jackets, and when off Bincleaves Pier, between Weymouth and Portland, the boat was struck by a squall and the occupants were seen struggling in a heavy sea. A steam pinnace was near the scene and succeeded in picking up three crew, but the other two disappeared.” Ship Incident


Day of Loss: 7

Month of Loss: 11

Year of Loss: 1910


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