Sunday 11th July 1915

 The Grimsby trawler GY 166 Fleetwood was damaged by the gunfire of U 25 (Commander: Otto Wunsche)  30 miles East by 1/2 North of Hornsea. The trawler was shelled after refusing to stop. She was eventually captured but not sunk because her small boat was damaged.

Grimsby trawler GY 535 Hainton sunk by gunfire by U 25 (Commander: Otto Wunsche) 45 miles East by North East of Hornsea.

The Grimsby trawler GY 25? Syrian sunk by gunfire by U 25 (Commander: Otto Wunsche) 45 miles East by North East of Hornsea.

 

 

 

Monday 12th July 1915

 The Lowestoft smack LT 296 Emerald was damaged by gunfire by UB 6 (Commander: Erich Haeker) between Yarmouth and Southwold. ( note: she was sumk by UB 40 on February 5th 1917)

The Lowestoft smack LT 1023 Merlin was stoped by UB 6 (Commander: Erich Haeker), 20 miles East South East of Lowestoft and sunk with high explosives.

 The Lowestoft smack LT 249 Purple Heather was stoped by UB 6 (Commander: Erich Haeker), 23 miles  South East by East of Lowestoft and sunk with high explosives.

The Lowestoft smack LT 85 Speedwell was stoped by UB 6 (Commander: Erich Haeker), 19 miles South East by East of Lowestoft and sunk with high explosives.

The Lowestoft smack LT 481 Woodbine was stoped by UB 6 (Commander: Erich Haeker),  18 miles  South East of Lowestoft and sunk with high explosives.

Tuesday 13th July 1915

 

 

Wednesday 14th July 1915

 The Nieuport trawler N 1 Vivid was sunk by a mine off Calais

 

 

Thursday 15th July 1915

 The Admiralty hired trawler GY 187 Agamemnon II was sunk by a mine off the Shipwash Light Vessel.

Friday 16th July 1915

 The Admiralty hired trawler H 394 Cameo was attacked by U 19 (Commander: Constantin Kolbe) and damaged by gunfire. The trawler skipper, Albert Sayer, was slightly injured by the single shell hit.

 

 

Saturday  17th July  1915