Clan MacKenzie (3)


On 23rd Oct.1937 she collided with the S.S. MANCHESTER REGIMENT off Liverpool and stranded off Newcome Knoll on voyage Liverpool - East London, South Africa.

Refloated and sold for scrapping.

5th Mar.1918 bound for Philadelphia, she was torpedoed and damaged in the English Channel off St. Catherines Point by German U-Boat UB.30. 82 crew were taken off by the destroyer HMS GARLAND but. 6 lives lost.

Reboarded the next day and towed to Portsmouth for repairs

Torpedoed and Damaged in The English Channel - 1918

Collision in Liverpool Bay - 1937

Clan MacKenzie

Left London

For Philadelphia via Plymouth

Damaged  5 March 1918

Fate

Chief Officer

F Temple

Lost

Apprentice

A McDiarmid

Lost

Third Engineer

J A Henderson

Lost

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