Clan MacVey


Torpedoed and Sunk in The English Channel - 1918

Clan MacVey

Left Newcastle

For Port Said

Lost 8 August 1918

Fate

Second Engineer

J Hogg

Lost

Fifth Engineer

A D Fraser

Lost

Torpeoed by U 57 and sunk in English Channel on her maiden voyage. Clan MacVey was a defensively armed merchant ship.

On 8 August 1918 when on route from Newcastle to Port Said via Falmouth with a cargo of 6700 tons of coal she was sunk ½ mile SE from Anvil Point. 7 lives were lost

Vessel

Built

Years in Service

Tonnage


Clan MacVey


1918


 Torpedoed and sunk on her maiden voyage


5830

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