Sunday 8th August 1915

 The Lowestoft smack LT 107 Arbor Vitae was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 35 miles Northeast by North from Lowestoft.

The Aberdeen trawler A 517 Ben Ardna, which was on hire to the Admiralty, sank near the Elbow Buoy after striking a mine laid by UC 1 (Commander:Egon von Werner)

 

 

Monday  9th August 1915

 The Grimsby trawler GY 114 Thrush was stopped and sunk by U 38 (Commander:Max Valentiner) 50 miles West of Eagle Island.

 

Tuesday 10th August 1915

 The Lowestoft smack LT 1108 Esperance was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 17 miles East Northeast of Cromer.

 

Wednesday 11th August 1915

The Lowestoft smack LT 956 George Borrow was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 15 miles East Northeast of Cromer

The Lowestoft smack LT 1029 George Crabbe was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 16 miles East Northeast of Cromer.

The Lowestoft smack LT 248 was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 48 miles East 3/4 South of Cromer.

The Lowestoft smack LT 546 Illustrious was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 17 miles East by North of Cromer.

The Lowestoft smack LT 1009 Ocean's Gift was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 16 miles East  of Cromer.

The Lowestoft smack LT 190 Palm was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 17 miles East by North of Cromer.

The Lowestoft smack LT 280 Trevear was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 17 miles East by North of Cromer.

The Lowestoft smack LT 713 Welcome was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 17 miles East by North of Cromer.

The Lowestoft smack LT 349 Young Admiral was stopped and scuttled by UB 10 (Commander:Otto Steinbrink) 17 miles East by North of Cromer.

The Lowestoft smack LT 1069 Leader was stopped and scuttled by UB 6 (Commander:Erich Haeker) 20 miles East by North of Cromer.

 

Thursday 12th August 1915

 The Lowestoft smack LT 536 Sunflower was stopped and scuttled by UB 5 (Commander:Wilhelm Smiths) 30 miles East by North of Lowestoft.

Friday 13th August 1915

 The Lowestoft smack LT 314 E.M.W. was stopped and scuttled by UB 5 (Commander:Wilhelm Smiths) 29 miles Northeast by North of Lowestoft (or Cromer)

The Lowestoft smack LT 597 J.W.F.T was stopped and scuttled by UB 5 (Commander:Wilhelm Smiths) 29 miles Northeast by North of Cromer.

The Lowestoft smack LT 405 Amethyst was stopped and scuttled by UC 5 (Commander:Herbert Pustkuchen) 7 miles East Southeast of Lowestoft.

 

Saturday  14th August  1915

 The Grimsby trawler GY 814 Worsley, on hire to the Admiralty, sank off Aldeburgh after striking a mine laid by UC 6 (Commander: Mathias Graf von Schmettow)

The Sunderland trawler SD 54 Gloria was stopped and sunk by U 17 (Commander:Hans Walther) 55 miles East by North of Aberdeen.

The Lowestoft smack LT 1010 Bona Fide was stopped and scuttled by UB 4 (Commander:Kral Gross) 35 miles East Northeast of Lowestoft.

The Lowestoft smack LT 268 White City was stopped and scuttled by UB 5 (Commander:Wilhelm Smiths) at Cromer Knoll