Clan MacNab (2)

10.5.1917 attacked by a submarine in the Mediterranean Sea and escaped when the torpedo missed.

4.8.1918 torpedoed and sunk 14 miles N.N.W. of Pendeen Lighthouse by the German submarine U.113 whilst on a voyage from Plymouth to Glasgow in ballast.

Twenty two crew members were lost and the survivors were rescued by the Belgian tanker steamer KASBEK, 2,716/1888.

Torpedoed and Sunk in The Bristol Channel - 1918

Clan MacNab

Left Plymouth

For Glasgow

Lost 4 August 1918

Fate

Master

D S Smith

Lost

Fourth Officer

E V Hansen

Lost

Apprentice

J Lochead

Lost

Carpenter

O J Jones

Lost

Wireless Operator

R H Nash

Lost

Fifth Engineer

G H Beckett

Lost

Chief Steward

J Wylie

Lost

Vessel

Built

Service

Tonnage

Clan MacNab (2)

1904

1918 Torpedoed and sunk in Bristol Channel

4675

Official Number

Ship Builder

Engine Builder

Engine Type

HP

Screws

119199

Wm Doxford

Sunderland

Wm Doxford

Sunderland

Steam 3 Cyl

504 NHP

2800 IHP

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