List of shipwrecks in September 1916

The list of shipwrecks in September 1916 includes ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during September 1916.

1 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 1 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Baron Yarborough   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the Mediterranean Sea 27 nautical miles (50 km) north west of Dragonera, Spain by SM U-34 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[1][2]
Dronning Maud   Norway World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine placed by SM UC-1 (  Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) north east of Southwold, Suffolk, United Kingdom with the loss of three of her crew.[3]
Giuseppe   Italy World War I: The brigantine was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 30 nautical miles (56 km) north of Ibiza, Spain (39°42′N 1°46′E / 39.700°N 1.767°E / 39.700; 1.767) by SM U-34 (  Imperial German Navy).[4]
Hartford   United States The steamer stranded in the Connecticut River near Essex, Connecticut.[5]
San Francesco di Paola   Italy World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea east of Algiers, Algeria by SM U-38 (  Imperial German Navy).[6]
Swift Wings   United Kingdom World War I: The collier was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 18 nautical miles (33 km) east of Cape Bengut, Algeria by SM U-38 (  Imperial German Navy) with the loss of two crew. Her captain was taken as a prisoner of war.[2][7][8]
Wissman   United Kingdom The cargo ship caught fire a Kilindini, Kenya and was scuttled.[9]

2 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 2 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Gioconda   Imperial Russian Navy World War I: The transport ship was damaged in the Black Sea 45 nautical miles (83 km) off Trabzon, Turkey by SM UB-45 (  Imperial German Navy). She was towed to Trabzon and beached for use as a landing stage. Not repaired post-war.[10]
Kelvinia   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine in the Bristol Channel 9 nautical miles (17 km) south by west of Caldey Island, Pembrokeshire (51°33′31″N 4°42′45″W / 51.55861°N 4.71250°W / 51.55861; -4.71250). Her crew survived.[11]
Stormbird (1854)   New Zealand wrecked on Castlecliff breakwater. 3 crew drowned. She was the oldest steamship still working.[12]
Strathallan   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) north east of Philippeville, Algeria (37°10′N 7°10′E / 37.167°N 7.167°E / 37.167; 7.167) by SM U-38 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived, but her captain was taken as a prisoner of war.[2][13]
Uranie   France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off Philippeville by SM U-38 (  Imperial German Navy).[14]

3 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 3 September 1916
Ship Country Description
General Archinard   France World War I: The barque was sunk in the English Channel 16 nautical miles (30 km) south east of the Royal Sovereign Lightship (  United Kingdom) (50°35′N 0°50′E / 50.583°N 0.833°E / 50.583; 0.833) by SM UB-23 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[15]
Gotthard   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 45 nautical miles (83 km) west south west of Beachy Head, Sussex, United Kingdom (50°17′N 0°13′W / 50.283°N 0.217°W / 50.283; -0.217) by SM UB-29 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[16]
Mascotte   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in the North Sea 6.5 nautical miles (12.0 km) off Southwold, Suffolk (52°15′N 1°50′E / 52.250°N 1.833°E / 52.250; 1.833) with the loss of a crew member. by SM UC-6 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[17]
Netta   United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was scuttled in the English Channel 35 nautical miles (65 km) north east of Cap d'Antifer, Manche, France by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][18]
Notre Dame de Lourdes   France World War I: The fishing vessel was sunk in the English Channel (50°26′N 0°01′W / 50.433°N 0.017°W / 50.433; -0.017) by SM UB-29 (  Imperial German Navy).[19]
Peter Darcy   Imperial Russian Navy World War I: The transport ship was sunk in the Black Sea north of Snake Island (45°28′N 30°18′E / 45.467°N 30.300°E / 45.467; 30.300) by SM UB-42 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[20]
Rievaulx Abbey   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo liner struck a mine and sank in the Humber Estuary (53°30′40″N 0°17′30″E / 53.51111°N 0.29167°E / 53.51111; 0.29167) with the loss of two lives.[21]
Teesborough   United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was scuttled in the English Channel 30 nautical miles (56 km) off Fécamp, Seine-Inférieure, France by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][22]
Villa de Oro   Italy World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 60 nautical miles (110 km) off Zembra, Tunisia by SM U-38 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[23]

4 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 4 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Bydarky   United States While anchored in Cook Inlet off Bluff Point Coal Mine on the south-central coast of the Territory of Alaska with a partial load of 90 tons of coal aboard, the 53-gross register ton coal barge dragged her anchors during a storm and was blown ashore and wrecked one nautical mile (1.9 km; 1.2 mi) away from her anchorage.[24]
HMT Jessie Nutten   Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-1 (  Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea off Lowestoft, Suffolk (52°17′N 1°46′E / 52.283°N 1.767°E / 52.283; 1.767) with the loss of five of her crew.[25]
Laristan   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 30 nautical miles (56 km) south east of Gozo, Malta (36°04′N 13°13′E / 36.067°N 13.217°E / 36.067; 13.217) by SM U-38 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived but her captain was taken as a prisoner of war.[2][26]
Orfey   Imperial Russian Navy The Orfey-class destroyer ran aground on the Westergund Bank, in the Baltic Sea. She was refloated the next day with the assistance of three tugs and taken in to Helsinki, Grand Duchy of Finland, where she was repaired.[27]
Pasquale Lauro   Italy World War I: The barque was scuttled in the Gulf of Lion (41°55′N 5°16′E / 41.917°N 5.267°E / 41.917; 5.267) by SM U-34 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew took to the lifeboats but were not seen again.[28]
Silverstream   Italy World War I: The barque was scuttled in the Gulf of Lion (42°25′N 5°22′E / 42.417°N 5.367°E / 42.417; 5.367) by SM U-34 (  Imperial German Navy).[29]
Stadion   Norway The cargo ship capsized whilst being loaded at Hull, Yorkshire, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.[30]
Zabiyaka   Imperial Russian Navy The Orfey-class destroyer ran aground off "Talscher Island", in the Baltic Sea. She was refloated with assistance from the destroyer Orfey (  Imperial Russian Navy) and the tugs Atlas and Black Sea No. 2 (both   Russia). She was towed in to Helsinki, where she was repaired.[27]

5 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 5 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Blue Jacket   United States The barge sank in a storm off Black Rock Harbor Light.[31]
City of Ghent   United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was scuttled in the English Channel 18 nautical miles (33 km) south east of Barfleur, Manche, France by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[32]
Jeanne   Denmark World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 16 nautical miles (30 km) north east of the Casquets, Channel Islands (49°51′N 2°17′W / 49.850°N 2.283°W / 49.850; -2.283) by SM UB-29 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[33]
Marcel   Belgium World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the English Channel 20 nautical miles (37 km) north of Barfleur by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy).[34]
Saint Marc   France World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 58 nautical miles (107 km) south east of Malta (35°08′N 15°23′E / 35.133°N 15.383°E / 35.133; 15.383) by SM U-38 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived and were rescued by La Savoie (  French Navy).[35]
S. E. Vincent   United States The barge sank in a storm off Black Rock Harbor Light. Later raised.[31]
Spence   United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore 3 nautical miles (5.6 km) west of Point of Ayre, Isle of Man and was wrecked. Her three crew were rescued.[30]

6 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 6 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Britannia   United Kingdom World War I: The ketch was scuttled in the English Channel 12 nautical miles (22 km) north of Alderney, Channel Islands by SM UB-23 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[36]
HMT Manzanita   Royal Navy The naval trawler was lost in the Mediterranean Sea on this date.[7]
Rilda   Norway World War I: The coaster was sunk in the North Sea east of the Noord Hinder Lightship (  Netherlands) by SM UB-12 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[37]
Strathtay   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the English Channel 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) north of the Point de Pontsuval, Finistère, France (48°47′N 4°25′W / 48.783°N 4.417°W / 48.783; -4.417) by SM UB-39 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][38]
Tagus   United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was scuttled in the English Channel 35 nautical miles (65 km) north east by east of Ouessant, Finistère (48°55′N 4°24′W / 48.917°N 4.400°W / 48.917; -4.400) by SM UB-39 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][39]
Torridge   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the English Channel 40 nautical miles (74 km) south south west of Start Point, Devon (49°33′N 3°39′W / 49.550°N 3.650°W / 49.550; -3.650) by SM UB-29 (  Imperial German Navy).[2][40]
Yvonne   France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the English Channel (49°32′N 5°03′W / 49.533°N 5.050°W / 49.533; -5.050) by SM UB-29 (  Imperial German Navy).[41]

7 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 7 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Achaia   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in the Mediterranean Sea 300 yards (270 m) off Oran, Algeria (36°00′N 0°50′E / 36.000°N 0.833°E / 36.000; 0.833). Her crew survived.[42] The motor boats Allegro, Doreen and Griffin (all   Royal Navy) were being carried as cargo and were also lost.[43]
Alcyon   France World War I: The schooner was set afire and sunk in the English Channel 30 nautical miles (56 km) north west of the Créac'h Lighthouse (48°50′N 5°20′W / 48.833°N 5.333°W / 48.833; -5.333) by SM UB-39 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived; they were rescued by Hafursfjord (  Norway).[44]
Alice   France World War I: The schooner was scuttled in the English Channel 30 nautical miles (56 km) north of Ouessant, Finistère by SM UB-29 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived; they were rescued by HMS Martin (  Royal Navy).[45]
Emma   France World War I: The fishing vessel was scuttled in the English Channel 8 nautical miles (15 km) north of Sept-Îles, France by SM UB-23 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[46]
Farfadet   France World War I: The fishing vessel was sunk in the English Channel off the Triagoz Lighthouse, Finistère by SM UB-23 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[47]
Heathdene   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the English Channel 38 nautical miles (70 km) south south west of The Lizard, Cornwall by SM UB-39 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][48]
Hiso   Norway World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in the Mediterranean Sea off Oran. Her crew survived.[49]
Jeanne D'Arc   France World War I: The fishing vessel was sunk in the English Channel off the Triagoz Lighthouse by SM UB-23 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[50]
Leonine   France World War I: The fishing vessel was scuttled in the English Channel off the Triagoz Lighthouse by SM UB-23 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[51]
Luigia   United Kingdom World War I: The barque was scuttled in the Gulf of Genoa (42°42′N 7°55′E / 42.700°N 7.917°E / 42.700; 7.917) by SM U-34 (  Imperial German Navy).[52]
Marguerite   France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 50 nautical miles (93 km) north west of Ouessant (49°07′N 5°55′W / 49.117°N 5.917°W / 49.117; -5.917) by SM UB-39 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived; they were rescued by Øifjeld (  Norway).[53]
Messicano   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 50 nautical miles (93 km) south east of the Wolf Rock, Cornwall (48°57′N 5°48′W / 48.950°N 5.800°W / 48.950; -5.800) by SM UB-39 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[54]
Royal Prince   United Kingdom The steamer went ashore on Lovells Island in the harbor at Boston, Massachusetts.[5]

8 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 8 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Butetown   United Kingdom World War I: The collier was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 55 nautical miles (102 km) west south west of Cape Matapan, Greece (36°00′N 21°15′E / 36.000°N 21.250°E / 36.000; 21.250) by SM UB-47 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][55][56]
Elizabeth IV   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea west of Sardinia, Italy by SM U-34 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[57]
Gamen   Sweden World War I: The cargo ship, en route from Barry to Algiers, was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 35 nautical miles (65 km) south west of the Bishop Rock, Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom[58] by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[59]
Jeune Union   France World War I: The schooner was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 28 nautical miles (52 km) west by north of Ouessant, Finistère by SM UB-39 (  Imperial German Navy).[60]
Llangorse   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 48 nautical miles (89 km) west south west of Cape Matapan (36°00′N 21°55′E / 36.000°N 21.917°E / 36.000; 21.917) by SM UB-47 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][61]
Lyderhorn   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 25 nautical miles (46 km) south east of Ouessant by SM UB-39 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[62]
Marie Louise   France World War I: The sailing vessel was set afire and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 23 nautical miles (43 km) north by west of Ouessant (48°50′N 5°18′W / 48.833°N 5.300°W / 48.833; -5.300) by SM UB-23 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[63]
Mayo   Spain World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean off Ouessant (48°53′N 5°28′W / 48.883°N 5.467°W / 48.883; -5.467) by SM UB-23 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[64]
Olazarri   Spain World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean 20 nautical miles (37 km) south west of Ouessant by SM UB-39 (  Imperial German Navy).[65]
Prince Georgios   Greece The coaster caught fire at Malta. She was towed out of port but sank 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) offshire.[66]
Spetzai   Greece World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 60 nautical miles (110 km) west of Cape Matapan (36°00′N 21°12′E / 36.000°N 21.200°E / 36.000; 21.200) by SM UB-47 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[67]

9 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 9 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Consolation   United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was scuttled in the English Channel 15 nautical miles (28 km) south south east of Start Point, Devon by SM UB-29 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[68][69]
Dorado   United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was scuttled in the English Channel 20 nautical miles (37 km) south south east of Start Point by SM UB-29 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[70]
Europe   France World War I: The three-masted schooner was scuttled in the English Channel 30 nautical miles (56 km) off the Île de Sein, Finistère (48°05′N 5°44′W / 48.083°N 5.733°W / 48.083; -5.733) by SM UB-39 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[71]
Favourite   United Kingdom World War I: The fishing vessel was shelled and sunk in the English Channel 20 nautical miles (37 km) south east of Start Point by SM UB-29 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][72]
Gemma   Italy World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 43 nautical miles (80 km) south west of the Wolf Rock, Cornwall, United Kingdom (49°16′N 6°10′W / 49.267°N 6.167°W / 49.267; -6.167) by SM UB-23 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[73]
Georges André   France World War I: The schooner was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 30 nautical miles (56 km) south west of the Bishop Rock, Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom (50°00′N 6°20′W / 50.000°N 6.333°W / 50.000; -6.333) by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[74]
Lodsen   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 42 nautical miles (78 km) off the Longships Lighthouse (49°29′N 6°20′W / 49.483°N 6.333°W / 49.483; -6.333) by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[75]
Muriel Franklin   United Kingdom World War I: The fishing vessel was shelled and sunk in the English Channel 20 nautical miles (37 km) south east of Start Point by SM UB-29 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][76]
Myosotis   France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 50°00′N 6°20′W / 50.000°N 6.333°W / 50.000; -6.333) by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[77]
Pronto   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 13 nautical miles (24 km) north west of Ouessant by SM UB-39 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[78]
Remora   France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean south of the Wolf Rock by SM UB-23 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived, but were taken as prisoners of war.[79]

10 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 10 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Elli   Greece World War I: The barque was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea south of Sardinia, Italy (38°18′N 9°14′E / 38.300°N 9.233°E / 38.300; 9.233) by SM U-34 (  Imperial German Navy).[80]
Furu   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean off the Bishop Rock, Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[81]
Lexie   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 42 nautical miles (78 km) south west of Ouessant, Finistère, France (47°51′N 5°50′W / 47.850°N 5.833°W / 47.850; -5.833) by SM UB-39 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][82]
Lindborg   Norway World War I: The coaster was scuttled in the North Sea 9 nautical miles (17 km) north west of the Maas Lightship (  Netherlands) by SM UB-6 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[83]
Marechal de Villars   France World War I: The barque was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean off the Isles of Scilly (49°06′N 6°15′W / 49.100°N 6.250°W / 49.100; -6.250) by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy).[84]
HMML 149   Royal Navy The motor launch was lost in the Mediterranean Sea on this date.[7]
Polynesia   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean north west of Ouessant by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[85]
Spiridon   Greece World War I: The barque was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea south of Sardinia (39°29′N 8°43′E / 39.483°N 8.717°E / 39.483; 8.717) by SM U-34 (  Imperial German Navy).[86]

11 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 11 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Assimacos   Greece World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean 45 nautical miles (83 km) south of the Seven Stones Reef (45°15′N 6°08′W / 45.250°N 6.133°W / 45.250; -6.133) by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy).[87]
Fredavore   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 28 nautical miles (52 km) north west of Ouessant, Finistère, France by SM UB-39 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[88]
Kong Ring   Norway World War I: The cargo liner was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 30 nautical miles (56 km) south of the Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom (49°32′N 6°41′W / 49.533°N 6.683°W / 49.533; -6.683) by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[89]
Lindborg   Norway The cargo ship foundered in te North Sea. Her crew were rescued.[66]
Luis Vives   Spain World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean off the Isles of Scilly by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy).[90]
Strazh   Imperial Russian Navy The cruiser ran aground off Helsinki, Grand Duchy of Finland. She was abandoned as a total loss on 14 September.[27]

12 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 12 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Antwerpen   Netherlands World War I: The tanker was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 30 nautical miles (56 km) south west of the Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom (49°30′N 6°47′W / 49.500°N 6.783°W / 49.500; -6.783) by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy).[91]
Elizabeth   Imperial Russian Navy World War I: The transport ship was sunk in the Baltic Sea off Grassgrund (59°20′N 23°46′E / 59.333°N 23.767°E / 59.333; 23.767) by SM U-19 (  Imperial German Navy).[92]
Ije   Imperial Russian Navy World War I: The transport ship was sunk in the Baltic Sea off Grassgrund by SM U-19 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[93]
Panaghia Akathistou   Greece World War I: The barque was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea south east of Sicily, Italy (36°19′N 16°16′E / 36.317°N 16.267°E / 36.317; 16.267) by SM U-34 (  Imperial German Navy).[94]

13 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 13 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Ariel   France World War I: The sloop was scuttled in the English Channel 35 nautical miles (65 km) north west of Sept Îles, Côtes-du-Nord by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[95]
Hans Jensen   Denmark World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 52 nautical miles (96 km) north east of the Île de Batz, Finistère, France (49°38′N 3°43′W / 49.633°N 3.717°W / 49.633; -3.717) by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[96]
J. N. Madvig   Denmark World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 54 nautical miles (100 km) north north west of Paimpol, Finistère (49°20′N 3°51′W / 49.333°N 3.850°W / 49.333; -3.850) by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[97]
Tolosa   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 30 nautical miles (56 km) north north east of the Île de Batz by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[98]

14 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 14 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Congress   United States The passenger ship caught fire in the Pacific Ocean 30 miles (48 km) off Coos Bay, Oregon. The ship made it to Coos Bay where all 424 passengers and her crew were rescued by the dredge Colonel P.S. Michie (  United States Army) and Tillamock (  United States) and other vessels. She was then beached and burned out.[99][100][101]
Counsellor   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in the Atlantic Ocean 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) west of Galley Head, County Donegal (51°38′N 9°03′W / 51.633°N 9.050°W / 51.633; -9.050). Her crew survived.[102]
Ethel   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel off the Casquets, Channel Islands by SM UB-18 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[103]
Inverbervie   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 17 nautical miles (31 km) south by west of Capo Rizzuto, Calabria, Italy (37°55′N 16°15′E / 37.917°N 16.250°E / 37.917; 16.250) by SM U-4 (  Austro-Hungarian Navy) with the loss of six of her crew.[104]
Italiana   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 112 nautical miles (207 km) east of Malta (36°00′N 16°50′E / 36.000°N 16.833°E / 36.000; 16.833) by SM UB-43 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[105]
Kutahya   Ottoman Navy World War I: The Antalya-class torpedo boat was sunk by mines in the Black Sea north of Karaburnu.[106]
HMT Loch Garry   Royal Navy The naval trawler foundered on this date.[107]
HMML 230   Royal Navy World War I: The motor launch was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 37°55′N 16°15′E / 37.917°N 16.250°E / 37.917; 16.250 by SM U-4 (  Austro-Hungarian Navy).[108]
HMML 253   Royal Navy World War I: The motor launch was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea (37°55′N 16°15′E / 37.917°N 16.250°E / 37.917; 16.250) by SM U-4 (  Austro-Hungarian Navy).[109]
HMML 255   Royal Navy World War I: The motor launch was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea (37°55′N 16°15′E / 37.917°N 16.250°E / 37.917; 16.250) by SM U-4 (  Austro-Hungarian Navy).[110]
Johan Tillberg   Sweden World War I: The cargo ship, bound for Copenhagen, struck a mine in southern Øresund and sank. Nine casualties, three survivors[111]

15 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 15 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Barden   Sweden The wooden schooner departed Mobile, Alabama, destined for Cardiff, Wales, and was not heard from again. No information is available on the cause of the disappearance. Nine casualties.[112]
Foucault   French Navy World War I: The Brumaire-class submarine was bombed and sunk in the Adriatic Sea 10 nautical miles (19 km) off Cattaro, Austria-Hungary by two Austro-Hungarian Navy seaplanes. Survivors were rescued by an Austro-Hungarian Navy torpedo boat.[113]
Ida   Norway The cargo ship collided with Anine (  Denmark) at Oporto, Portugal and was beached.[114]

16 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 16 September 1916
Ship Country Description
SMS Merkur   Imperial German Navy The Vorpostenboot was lost on this date.[115]

17 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 17 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Dewa   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 45 nautical miles (83 km) east by north of Malta by SM UB-43 (  Imperial German Navy) with the loss of three of her crew.[116]
La Canadienne   Canada The hydrographic survey ship was wrecked near Doyton at the entrance to Black Bay in Lake Superior. Raised and taken to Port Arthur, Ontario for repairs.[117][118]
Lord Tredegar   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 51 nautical miles (94 km) south east by east of Malta (35°31′N 15°26′E / 35.517°N 15.433°E / 35.517; 15.433) by SM UB-43 (  Imperial German Navy) with the loss of four of her crew.[2][119]

18 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 18 September 1916
Ship Country Description
J. Holmes Hirdsall   United States The schooner was driven ashore at San Juan, Puerto Rico and was a total loss.[120]

19 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 19 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Doride   Italy World War I: The barque was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 70 nautical miles (130 km) west of Isola Marittimo (38°24′N 10°45′E / 38.400°N 10.750°E / 38.400; 10.750) by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[121]
Janie   United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore on Salt Island, Anglesey and was wrecked.[120]
Tangier   United States The barge sprung a leak and sank in a gale in Chesapeake Bay 2+12 miles (4.0 km) south south east of York Spit Light off the York River.[31][122]
Teresa C.   Italy World War I: The schooner was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off Cape Carbonara (38°35′N 9°50′E / 38.583°N 9.833°E / 38.583; 9.833) by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy).[123]

20 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 20 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Etton   United Kingdom World War I: The collier struck a mine placed by SM U-75 (  Imperial German Navy) and sank in the White Sea off Sviatoi Nos, Russia (67°36′N 41°20′E / 67.600°N 41.333°E / 67.600; 41.333) with the loss of a crew member.[56][124]

22 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 22 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Exporter   United States The tow steamer was sunk in 15 feet (4.6 m) of water when she struck a snag in the Ohio River near Ironton, Ohio.[125]
Garibaldi   Italy World War I: The barque was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 60 nautical miles (110 km) west of Algiers, Algeria (37°45′N 2°50′E / 37.750°N 2.833°E / 37.750; 2.833) by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy).[126]
Giovanni Zambelli   Italy World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea (38°10′N 2°55′E / 38.167°N 2.917°E / 38.167; 2.917) by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy).[127]
Kennett   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Gulf of Finland off Keri, Estonia by SM U-19 (  Imperial German Navy) with the loss of a crew member.[2][128]

23 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 23 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Andromeda   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 39 nautical miles (72 km) south east by east of the Spurn Lightship (  United Kingdom) by SM UC-16 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[129]
Bay State   United States The 2,262-gross register ton Eastern Steamship Company sidewheel paddle steamer was driven ashore in thick fog at Cape Elizabeth, Maine, just off McKinney's Point and could not be refloated. No loss of life. Her engines and other equipment were salvaged in 1917.[130][131][132]
Beechwold   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 40 nautical miles (74 km) south east by east of the Spurn Lightship (  United Kingdom) (53°12′N 1°10′E / 53.200°N 1.167°E / 53.200; 1.167) by SM UC-16 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[133]
Britannia III   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 40 nautical miles (74 km) south east by east of the Spurn Lightship (  United Kingdom) by SM UC-16 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[134]
Charterhouse   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the Mediterranean Sea 26 nautical miles (48 km) east by south of Formentera, Spain by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived, but three of them were taken as prisoners of war.[2][135]
Cockatrice   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 40 nautical miles (74 km) south east by east of the Spurn Lightship (  United Kingdom) by SM UC-16 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[136]
Dresden   United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was scuttled in the English Channel 41 nautical miles (76 km) south by east of the Nab Lightship (  United Kingdom) by SM UB-37 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][137]
Faith   United Kingdom The schooner ran aground and sank at Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.[138]
Germaine   Belgium World War I: The lighter was sunk in the North Sea off the Maas Lightship (  Netherlands) by SM UB-6 (  Imperial German Navy).[139]
Lichtevreden II   Belgium World War I: The vessel was sunk in the North Sea off the Maas Lightship (  Netherlands) by SM UB-6 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[140]
Maria da Jonge   Belgium World War I: The barge was sunk in the North Sea off the Maas Lightship (  Netherlands) by SM UB-6 (  Imperial German Navy).[141]
Marie   France The sailing vessel collided with Wheatlands (  United Kingdom) in the Irish Sea and sank. Her crew were rescued.[142]
Mercury   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 65 nautical miles (120 km) south east by east of the Spurn Lightship (  United Kingdom) by SM UC-16 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[143]
Pearl   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the English Channel 41 nautical miles (76 km) south by east of the Nab Lightship (  United Kingdom) by SM UB-37 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][144]
Phoenix   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 45 nautical miles (83 km) east south east of the Spurn Lightship (  United Kingdom) by SM UC-16 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[145]
Refino   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 39 nautical miles (72 km) south east by east of the Spurn Lightship (  United Kingdom) by SM UC-16 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[146]
Rego   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 40 nautical miles (74 km) south east by east of the Spurn Lightship (  United Kingdom) by SM UC-16 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[147]
Restless   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 40 nautical miles (74 km) south east by east of the Spurn Lightship (  United Kingdom) by SM UC-16 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[148]
Rosalie   Belgium World War I: The barge was sunk in the North Sea off the Maas Lightship (  Netherlands) by SM UB-6 (  Imperial German Navy).[149]
Viella   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was scuttled in the North Sea 38 nautical miles (70 km) south east by east of the Spurn Lightship (  United Kingdom) by SM UC-16 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[150]
Weelsby   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was scuttled in the North Sea 40 nautical miles (74 km) south east by east of the Spurn Lightship (  United Kingdom) by SM UC-16 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[151]

24 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 24 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Albatross   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) east of Flamborough Head, Yorkshire by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][152]
Aphelion   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) east of Flamborough Head by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][153]
Briton   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 18 nautical miles (33 km) south east by south of Flamborough Head by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][154]
Bronwen   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk 25 nautical miles (46 km) north by east of Dragonera, Spain (40°21′N 2°18′E / 40.350°N 2.300°E / 40.350; 2.300) by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived, but three of them were taken as prisoners of war.[2][155]
Bufjord   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 8 nautical miles (15 km) off Dragonera by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[156]
Devonshire   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 33 nautical miles (61 km) north east of the Spurn Lightship (  United Kingdom) by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][157]
Laila   Norway World War I: The coaster was sunk in the North Sea 10 nautical miles (19 km) north east of Flamborough Head (54°38′N 0°26′E / 54.633°N 0.433°E / 54.633; 0.433) by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[158]
Marguerite   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) north east of Scarborough, Yorkshire by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][159]
Nicolo   Italy World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 19 nautical miles (35 km) north of Dragonera by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy).[160]
Oceanien   France The fishing vessel was sunk in the North Sea 35 nautical miles (65 km) south of the Eddystone Lighthouse, Northumberland, United Kingdom (49°49′N 4°15′W / 49.817°N 4.250°W / 49.817; -4.250) by SM UB-37 (  Imperial German Navy).[161]
Otter   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) north east of Scarborough by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][162]
Otterhound   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) north east of Scarborough by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][163]
Sunshine   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) north east of Scarborough by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][164]
Tarantula   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) north east of Scarborough by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][165]

25 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 25 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Afrique   France World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 38 nautical miles (70 km) south of the Longships Lighthouse (49°27′N 5°35′W / 49.450°N 5.583°W / 49.450; -5.583) by SM UB-37 (  Imperial German Navy).[166]
Bella   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was scuttled in the North Sea off the Tod Head Lighthouse, Aberdeenshire by SM U-64 (  Imperial German Navy). Her four crew survived but were taken as prisoners of war.[167]
Benpark   Italy World War I The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 40 nautical miles (74 km) south east of Barcelona, Spain by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[168]
Cynthia   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 23 nautical miles (43 km) east by south of Flamborough Head, Yorkshire by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][169]
Fisher Prince   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) north east of Scarborough, Yorkshire by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][170]
Gamecock   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) north east of Scarborough by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][171]
Harrier   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) north east of Scarborough by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][172]
Loch Ness   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) north east of Scarborough by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][173]
Nil Desperandum   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was scuttled in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) north east of Scarborough by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][174]
Quebec   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 16 nautical miles (30 km) east by north of Whitby, Yorkshire by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][175]
Seal   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 33 nautical miles (61 km) east by south of Hartlepool, County Durham by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][176]
St. Hilda   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) north east of Scarborough by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][177]
Trinidad   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) north east of Scarborough by SM U-57 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69][178]

26 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 26 September 1916
Ship Country Description
American   France The cargo ship caught fire and sank at Hong Kong.[179]
Benguela   Sweden World War I: The barque was scuttled in the North Sea 40 nautical miles (74 km) east of the Longstone Lighthouse, Northumberland, United Kingdom[180] by SM U-49 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[181]
HMY Conqueror II   Royal Navy World War I: The naval yacht was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean north west of Fair Isle by SM U-52 (  Imperial German Navy) with the loss of seventeen crew.[182]
Dania   Norway World War I: The coaster was sunk in the Barents Sea 7 nautical miles (13 km) north east of Cape Nordkinn, Finnmark by SM U-43 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[183]
Enrico Millo   Italy The cargo ship collided with Savoie (  France) in the Mediterranean Sea and sank with some loss of life.[184]
Knut Hilde   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Barents Sea 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) off the Stetnes Lighthouse, Finnmark by SM U-43 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[185]
HMT Loch Shiel   Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM U-78 (  Imperial German Navy) and sank in the Irish Sea 7 nautical miles (13 km) west of the Helwick Lighthouse (51°29′N 4°45′W / 51.483°N 4.750°W / 51.483; -4.750) with the loss of three of her crew[186]
Newby   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 53 nautical miles (98 km) east of Barcelona, Spain (41°30′N 3°20′E / 41.500°N 3.333°E / 41.500; 3.333) by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][187]
Reuben Dunbar   United States The steamer was sunk when she struck a snag in the Ohio River just above Moscow, Ohio in heavy fog. Everyone on board was rescued by Cleo (  United States).[125]
Roddam   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 76 nautical miles (141 km) east south east of Barcelona (40°53′N 3°18′E / 40.883°N 3.300°E / 40.883; 3.300) by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[188]
HMT Sarah Alice   Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean north west of Fair Isle (59°45′N 1°40′W / 59.750°N 1.667°W / 59.750; -1.667) by SM U-52 (  Imperial German Navy) with the loss of all sixteen crew.[189]
Stathe   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 50 nautical miles (93 km) east by south of Barcelona (41°25′N 3°20′E / 41.417°N 3.333°E / 41.417; 3.333) by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][190]
St. Gothard   United Kingdom World War I: The collier was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 12 nautical miles (22 km) north by west of Fair Isle (59°41′N 1°45′W / 59.683°N 1.750°W / 59.683; -1.750) by SM U-52 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[7][191]
HMS Stirling Castle   Royal Navy The auxiliary minesweeper was lost in the Mediterranean Sea on this date.[7]
Thelma   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the North Sea 24 nautical miles (44 km) east of Fair Isle by SM U-20 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][192]

27 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 27 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Avis   United Kingdom The schooner was abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean 30 nautical miles (56 km) west of Miquelon.[193]
Exchange   United Kingdom The cargo ship struck the pier at the mouth of the River Bann. She consequently sank at her moorings in Coleraine, County Antrim.[193]
Kachidate Maru   Japan The cargo ship foundered in the South China Sea off Quelpart, Korea.[184]
Minnie A. Emmons   United States The dredge sank off New Haven, Connecticut.[5]
Rallus   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 45 nautical miles (83 km) north east by north of Dragonera, Spain by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[194]
Secondo   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 40 nautical miles (74 km) north north east of Dragonera by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][195]
Thurso   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the North Sea 60 nautical miles (110 km) north east by east of Rattray Head, Aberdeenshire by SM U-44 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived, but two were taken as prisoners of war.[196]
SM UB-7   Imperial German Navy World War I: The Type UB I submarine departed Varna, Bulgaria on patrol. Subsequently lost in the Black Sea with the loss of all fifteen crew.
Vindeggen   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 30 nautical miles (56 km) off Cape Frontera, Spain (40°18′N 3°10′E / 40.300°N 3.167°E / 40.300; 3.167) by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[197]

28 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 28 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Emanuel   Norway World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk south of the Firth of Forth (55°28′N 0°10′E / 55.467°N 0.167°E / 55.467; 0.167) by SM U-49 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[198]
Emma   Russia World War I: The three-masted schooner was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 75 nautical miles (139 km) west north west of Slyme Head, Shetland Islands, United Kingdom by SM UC-22 (  Imperial German Navy).[199]
Fuchsia   United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the North Sea (56°07′N 0°30′E / 56.117°N 0.500°E / 56.117; 0.500) by SM U-45 (  Imperial German Navy). Her nine crew were taken as prisoners of war.[200]
Marjorie   United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was scuttled in the North Sea off Norfolk by SM UB-12 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[201]
HMT Orsino   Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler was shelled and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean north of Strathie Point, Sutherland (58°40′N 4°05′W / 58.667°N 4.083°W / 58.667; -4.083) by SM U-55 (  Imperial German Navy) with the loss of six crew.[202]
Rolf Jarl   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Barents Sea 10 nautical miles (19 km) off Alexandrosk, Russia by SM U-43 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[203]

29 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 29 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Knut Jarl   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Barents Sea off Vardø, Finnmark (69°38′N 33°16′E / 69.633°N 33.267°E / 69.633; 33.267) by SM U-43 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[204]
Nesjar   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Barents Sea 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) north west of Zyp-Navolok, Russia (69°38′N 33°16′E / 69.633°N 33.267°E / 69.633; 33.267) by SM U-43 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[205]
Nornen   Norway World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the North Sea (56°15′N 3°34′E / 56.250°N 3.567°E / 56.250; 3.567) by SM U-49 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[206]
Ravn   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Barents Sea 7 nautical miles (13 km) off Kildin Island, Russia by SM U-46 (  Imperial German Navy) with the loss of ten crew.[207]
Sinsen   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Barents Sea 8 nautical miles (15 km) off the Lineberka Lightship (flag unknown) (69°05′N 34°50′E / 69.083°N 34.833°E / 69.083; 34.833) by SM U-46 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[208]
Venus   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) off Cape San Antonio, Spain by SM U-35 (  Imperial German Navy).[209]
Viola   Sweden The cargo ship was run into by another vessel and sank in the English Channel off St Helen's, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom.[179]

30 SeptemberEdit

List of shipwrecks: 30 September 1916
Ship Country Description
Fancy   Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Barents Sea 6 nautical miles (11 km) south east of Shipnavalok, Russia by SM U-43 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[210]
Hafnia   Norway World War I: The coaster was scuttled in the Barents Sea 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) north of the Rybatchi Peninsula, Russia by SM U-46 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[211]
Hekla   Norway World War I: The coaster was sunk in the Barents Sea 30 nautical miles (56 km) off Kilberg, by SM U-46 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[212]
Irma   France World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean off Wolf Rock, Cornwall, United Kingdom (49°29′N 5°42′W / 49.483°N 5.700°W / 49.483; -5.700) by SM UB-38 (  Imperial German Navy).[213][214]
Maywood   United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in the English Channel off Le Havre, Seine-Inférieure, France. Her crew survived.[215]
Pearl   United Kingdom World War I: The schooner was scuttled in the English Channel 6 nautical miles (11 km) south south east of The Lizard, Cornwall (49°53′N 5°06′W / 49.883°N 5.100°W / 49.883; -5.100) by SM UB-38 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[216]
William George   United Kingdom World War I: The schooner was shelled and sunk in the English Channel 10 nautical miles (19 km) north north east of Cap de la Hague, Manche, France by SM UC-26 (  Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[217]

Unknown dateEdit

List of shipwrecks: Unknown date 1916
Ship Country Description
Bertha   United States The 9-gross register ton, 30.7-foot (9.4 m) fishing vessel sank in Klag Bay (57°38′N 136°06′W / 57.633°N 136.100°W / 57.633; -136.100 (Klag Bay)) in Southeast Alaska. The only person aboard survived.[24]
Bremen   Germany The merchant submarine departed Bremerhaven in September 1916 for Norfolk, Virginia, United States. No further trace, lost with all hands.
Gustave Vigeland   Norway The cargo ship ran aground off the Longstone Lighthouse, Northumberland, United Kingdom. She later broke up and sank.[218]
Norden   Russia The barque was set afire and abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean sometime before 10 September.[219]
Onward   United States The 13 GRT, 42.6-foot (13.0 m) motor towing vessel sank at Sheep Creek, Territory of Alaska.[220]
USS Stockton   United States Navy The decommissioned torpedo boat was sunk as a target by battleships and destroyers of the United States Atlantic Fleet (  United States Navy).

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