Sunday 1st August 1915

 The Lowestoft smack LT 1102 Alert was stopped and sunk by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 4 miles Southeast of the Newarp Light Vessel.

The fishing boat Lark is recorded as lost East of Lowestoft...........no further details.

 

 

Monday 2nd August 1915

 

 

Tuesday 3rd August 1915

 

 

Wednesday 4th August 1915
The Grimsby trawler GY 699 Grimbarian sank after striking a mine 56 miles East by North of the Spurn.

The skipper and crew of 5 were lost:

 

The Lowestoft smack LT 721 Challenger was stopped and sunk by UB 12 (Commander:Hans Nieland) 23 miles East by North of Lowestoft

The Lowestoft smack LT 39 Heliotrope was stopped and sunk by UB 12 (Commander:Hans Nieland) 23 miles East by North of Lowestoft

 

 


 

 

 

Thursday 5th August 1915

 

Friday 6th August 1915

 The Grimsby trawler GY 260 Leander sank after striking a mine off North Knock whilst on Admiralty service. For further information courtesy of wrecksite.eu click on her name above.

The Aberdeen trawler A175 Ocean Queen was stopped and sunk by U 38 (Commander:Max Valentiner) 25 miles Northwest of Muckle Flugga.

The Grimsby trawler GY 141 Westminster was stopped and sunk by U 38 (Commander:Max Valentiner) 30 miles East by South of Baltasund.

The Lowestoft smack LT 294 Xmas Rose was stopped and sunk by UB 10 (Commander: Otto Steinbrinck) near Lowestoft.

The Lowestoft smack LT 399 C.E.S. was stopped and sunk by UB 17 (Commander: Ralph Wenninger) 42 miles East Northeast of Lowestoft.

 

The Lowestoft smack LT 567 Fisherman was stopped and sunk by UB 17 (Commander: Ralph Wenninger) 37 miles East Northeast of Lowestoft.

 

The Lowestoft smack LT 602 Hesperus was stopped and sunk by UB 17 (Commander: Ralph Wenninger) 37 miles East Northeast of Lowestoft.

 

The Lowestoft smack LT 1098 Ivan was stopped and sunk by UB 17 (Commander: Ralph Wenninger) 42 miles East Northeast of Lowestoft.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday  7th August  1915