Sunday 25th July 1915

 Grimsby trawler GY 283 Celtic stopped and sunk by gunfire by U 41 (Commander Claus Hansen) 70 miles North by West of Hoy, Orkney.

Grimsby trawler GY 343 Cydonia stopped and sunk by gunfire by U 41 (Commander Claus Hansen) 70 miles North by West of Hoy, Orkney.

Hull trawler H 301 Emblem stopped and sunk by gunfire by U 41 (Commander Claus Hansen) 60 miles North by West of Hoy, Orkney

Aberdeen based trawler LL 83 Gadwall stopped and sunk by gunfire by U 41 (Commander Claus Hansen) 70 miles North by West of Hoy, Orkney.

Hull trawler H 325 Honoria  stopped and sunk by gunfire by U 41 (Commander Claus Hansen) 100 miles West North West of North Ronaldsay, Orkney.

 

Monday 26th July 1915

 

 

Tuesday 27th July 1915

 The Lowestoft smack LT 479 Iceni was stopped and scuttled by UB 13 (Commander:Walther Gustav Becker) 15 miles East of Lowestoft.

 

The Lowestoft smack LT 160 Salacia was stopped and scuttled by UB 13 (Commander:Walther Gustav Becker) 15 miles East of Lowestoft.

The Lowestoft smack LT 401 Westward Ho was stopped and scuttled by UB 16 (Commander:Hans Valentiner) 25 miles Southeast of Lowestoft.

 

Wednesday 28th July 1915

 The Lowestoft smack LT 455 Young Percy was stopped and sunk by UB 13 (Commander:Walther Gustav Becker) 30 miles East by North of Lowestoft.

 

 

Thursday 29th July 1915

 

Friday 30th July 1915

 The Lowestoft smack LT 198 Achieve was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 35 miles East by North of Lowestoft.

The Lowestoft smack LT 1036 Athena was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 35 miles East by North of Lowestoft.

The Lowestoft smack LT 153 Coriander was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 20 miles East Southeast of Lowestoft.

The Lowestoft smack LT 197 Fitzgerald was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 30 miles East Southeast of Lowestoft.

The Lowestoft smack LT 554 Prospector was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 30 miles East Southeast of Lowestoft.

The Lowestoft smack LT 1080 Quest was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 35 miles East Southeast of Lowestoft.

The Lowestoft samck LT 70 Strive was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 35 miles East by North of Lowestoft.

The Lowestoft smack LT 1093 Venture was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 27 miles East Northeast of Lowestoft.

The Grimsby trawler GY 555 Tors struck a mine and sank 43 miles East of Spurn with the loss of her skipper and crew of seven:

Charles Frederick Dix, Skipper

John Dyson, 53, Deckhand

William Elliot, 49, First Engineer

John Foley, 40, Deckhand

John Gaskins, 35, Second Hand

Chris Harboard, 50, Trimmer

Daniel Hubbard, 27, Third Hand

Thomas Mountain, 58, Second Engineer

 

 

Saturday  31st July  1915