Don Arturo

Torpedoed and Sunk in The North Atlantic - 1917

Don Arturo

Left Oran

For Tees

Lost 28 June 1917

Master

J Atkinson

Chief Officer

D J Harries

Second Officer

T Daniel

Apprentice

H S Brabner

C G Edwards

E Elkins

A B Millar

Wireless Operator

A Bowen

Chief Engineer

T Hamilton

Second Engineer

P D Jenkins

Third Engineer

W E Welch

Fourth Engineer

J Boyle

Bosun

R J Sheedy

Carpenter

W J Renouf

Able Seamen

H Cristinie

T Knight

M Signorini

Seamen

I Hopkins

W Maloney

Sailor

L Hertsfield

D MacAulay

Donkeyman

W A Watkins

Firemen

L Carmona

H Eriksen

T Kvist

M Otten

G Pettersen

A Roberts

S Stokes

Cook

S H Webber

Asst Cook

W J Hensley

Steward

G Webb

Asst Steward

T W Summers

Mess Room Steward

J C Tarry

Don Arturo was a 3,680 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1906 by Craig, Taylor & Co. Ltd. for Buenos Aires & Pacific Railway Co Ltd and managed by G.Dodd.

She was sunk on 28 June 1917 by torpedo fired by German submarine UC-62 at position 49° 19' N, 08° 28' W - approximately 90 nautical miles West-South-West of The Scilly Islands.

She was en route from Algeria and Oran to the River Tees in ballast.

Vessel

Built

Service

Tonnage

Don Arturo

1906

1906 Built for The Buenos Aires & Pacific Railway Co

1906 Managed by Geo Dodd

1917 Torpedoed and sunk in North Atlantic

3680

Official Number

Ship Builder

Engine Builder

Engine Type

HP

Screws

120680

Craig Taylor & Co

Stockton

Blair & Co

Stockton

Steam 3 Cyl

322 NHP

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