KENDAL CASTLE

Steamship – Captain R. T. B. Harvey. LARN; South Devon 1918 & Clarke: GPS; 50 21.38N; 03 24.37W Torpedoed by German Submarine UB-103, Kapitanleutnant Paul Hundius. Eighteen of her crew were lost, including the Captain. 26 survivors were picked up by sea patrols and landed at Torquay. Note: UB-103 was sighted the next day by patrolling airship Z-1 which reported its position to surface warships as it attempted to pass the Dover barrage. It was sunk by depth charges. Refs. Lloyd’s Register: 1915-16 No. 348(K); Devon Shipwrecks: 1974: p152 & 258; British Vessels Lost at Sea: WW1, p97 & British Merchant Ships sunk by U-Boats: WW1.


Day of Loss: 15

Month of Loss: 9

Year of Loss: 1918


Longitude: 50 21.38

Latitude: 03 24.37


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