Clan MacKenzie (3)


On 23rd Oct.1937 she collided with the S.S. MANCHESTER REGIMENT off Liverpool and stranded off Newcome Knoll

on voyage Liverpool - East London, South Africa.

Refloated and sold for scrapping.

Collision in Liverpool Bay - 1937

5th Mar.1918 bound for Philadelphia, she was torpedoed and damaged in the English Channel off St. Catherines Point by German U-Boat UB.30. 82 crew were taken off by the destroyer HMS GARLAND but. 6 lives lost.

Reboarded the next day and towed to Portsmouth for repairs

Torpedoed and Damaged in The English Channel - 1918

Clan MacKenzie

Left London

For Philadelphia via Plymouth

Damaged  5 March 1918

Fate

Chief Officer

F Temple

Lost

Apprentice

A McDiarmid

Lost

Third Engineer

J A Henderson

Lost

Vessel

Built

Service

Tonnage

Clan MacKenzie (3)

1917

1918 Hit by torpedo in English Channel later repaired

1933 Serious fire on passage from Phillipines to Mediterranean later repaired

1937 Beached after collision in Liverpool Bay total loss

6544

Official Number

Ship Builder

Engine Builder

Engine Type

HP

Screws

137849

Northumberland Shipping

Willington

NE Marine Engineering

Newcastle

Steam 3 Cyl

662 NHP

4000 IHP

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