List of shipwrecks in September 1918

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The list of shipwrecks in September 1918 includes ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during September 1918.


September 1918
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1 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 1 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Ami de Dieu  France World War I: The trawler was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean (approximately 47°32′N 8°55′W / 47.533°N 8.917°W / 47.533; -8.917) by SM U-53 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[1]
City of Glasgow  United Kingdom World War I: The passenger ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 21 nautical miles (39 km) east of the Tuskar Rock, Ireland (52°17′N 5°38′W / 52.283°N 5.633°W / 52.283; -5.633) by SM UB-118 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of twelve lives.[2][3]
Etoile Polaire  France World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 176 nautical miles (326 km) off Penmarc'h, Finistère (47°32′N 8°55′W / 47.533°N 8.917°W / 47.533; -8.917) by SM U-53 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of a crew member.[4]
Libertador  Portugal World War I: The trawler was scuttled west of Gibraltar by SM U-22 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[5]
Mesaba  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 21 nautical miles (39 km) east of the Tuskar Rock (52°17′N 5°38′W / 52.283°N 5.633°W / 52.283; -5.633) by SM UB-118 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of twenty of her crew.[3][6]

2 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 2 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Hirondelle  France World War I: The fishing vessel was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean (47°32′N 8°55′W / 47.533°N 8.917°W / 47.533; -8.917) by SM U-53 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[7]
Nicolazic  France World War I: The fishing vessel was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean (47°32′N 8°55′W / 47.533°N 8.917°W / 47.533; -8.917) by SM U-53 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[8]
San Andres  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 40 nautical miles (74 km) north by west of Port Said, Egypt by SM U-65 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[3][9]
Stortind  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean 360 nautical miles (670 km) north of the Azores, Portugal by SM U-155 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[10]

3 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 3 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Brava  Portugal World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 3.5 nautical miles (6.5 km) north west of Trevose Head, Cornwall, United Kingdom (50°34′N 5°06′W / 50.567°N 5.100°W / 50.567; -5.100) by SM UB-125 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of seventeen of her crew.[11]
Bogstad  Norway The cargo ship departed from Brest, Finistère, France for Cardiff, Glamorgan, United Kingdom. No further trace, presumed foundered with the loss of all hands.[12]
Highcliffe  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 13 nautical miles (24 km) south east of the Tuskar Rock, Ireland (51°56′N 5°54′W / 51.933°N 5.900°W / 51.933; -5.900) by SM UB-87 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of a crew member.[3][13]
Lake Owens  United States World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 3.5 nautical miles (6.5 km) north west by west of Trevose Head (50°32′N 5°08′W / 50.533°N 5.133°W / 50.533; -5.133) by SM UB-125 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of five of her crew.[14]

4 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 4 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Arum  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 40 nautical miles (74 km) east of Pantelleria, Italy (36°50′N 12°50′E / 36.833°N 12.833°E / 36.833; 12.833) by SM UC-54 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[3][15]
Bogstad  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Bristol Channel 18 nautical miles (33 km) south of Lundy Island, Devon, United Kingdom by SM UB-125 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of all twelve of her crew.[16]
Dora  United States World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of France (49°26′N 12°36′W / 49.433°N 12.600°W / 49.433; -12.600) by SM U-82 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[17]
Richard  Norway World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off Majorca, Spain (39°49′N 1°51′E / 39.817°N 1.850°E / 39.817; 1.850) by SM U-34 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[18]
Santa Maria  Portugal World War I: The trawler was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean off Peniche by SM U-22 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[19]
Villa Franca  Portugal World War I: The tug was shelled and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean off Lisbon by SM U-22 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[20]
War Firth  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 33 nautical miles (61 km) south by west of The Lizard, Cornwall by SM U-53 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of eleven crew.[3][21]

5 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 5 September 1918
Ship Country Description
USS Mount Vernon  United States Navy World War I: The troopship was torpedoed and damaged in the Atlantic Ocean 200 nautical miles (370 km) off the coast of France by SM U-82 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of 36 of her crew. She was subsequently repaired and returned to service.
Rio Mondego  Portugal World War I: The schooner was damaged by scuttling charges in the Atlantic Ocean 40 nautical miles (74 km) off Land's End, Cornwall, United Kingdom. The charges were placed by SM U-53 ( Kaiserliche Marine). She was towed to the Isles of Scilly and beached. Despite being placed under guard, some of her cargo of port was liberated by the locals.[22]
SM UC-91  Kaiserliche Marine The Type UC III submarine collided with Alexandra Woermann ( German Empire) in the Baltic Sea (54°21′N 10°10′E / 54.350°N 10.167°E / 54.350; 10.167 (SM UC-91)) and sank with the loss of 17 crew. She was raised on 6 September, repaired and returned to service.

6 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 6 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Almirante The United Fruit Company passenger-cargo ship sank in the Atlantic Ocean after colliding with the tanker USS Hisko ( United States Navy) 16 nautical miles (30 km) off the coast of New Jersey near Atlantic City at approximately 39°21′N 74°13′W / 39.350°N 74.217°W / 39.350; -74.217 (Amirante). All but five to seven of the 105 passengers and crew survived.[23][24]
Audax  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was torpedoed and sunk in the North Sea 6.5 nautical miles (12.0 km) east by north of Robin Hood's Bay, Yorkshire (54°29′N 0°21′W / 54.483°N 0.350°W / 54.483; -0.350) by SM UB-80 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of three of her crew.[25]
Milly  United Kingdom World War I: The collier was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 2.25 nautical miles (4.17 km) west by south of Tintagel Head, Cornwall (50°30′N 4°52′W / 50.500°N 4.867°W / 50.500; -4.867) by SM UB-87 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of two of her crew.[26][27]

7 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 7 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Bellbank  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 25 nautical miles (46 km) south south west of the Île du Planier, Bouches-du-Rhône, France (42°48′N 5°08′E / 42.800°N 5.133°E / 42.800; 5.133) by SM UC-67 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of a crew member.[3][28]
Ruysdael  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 228 nautical miles (422 km) west by south of Ouessant, Finistère, France (46°53′N 10°07′W / 46.883°N 10.117°W / 46.883; -10.117) by SM U-105 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of twelve crew.[3][29]
Santa Maria  Portugal The barque was destroyed by fire in the Atlantic Ocean (13°25′S 15°00′W / 13.417°S 15.000°W / -13.417; -15.000). Her crew survived.[30]
Sophia  Portugal World War I: The schooner was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Newfoundland by SM U-155 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[31]
Vicenza  Italy World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea south of Salonica, Greece (39°42′N 23°18′E / 39.700°N 23.300°E / 39.700; 23.300) by SM UB-42 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[32]

8 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 8 September 1918
Ship Country Description
HMS Nessus  Royal Navy The Admiralty M-class destroyer collided with HMS Amphitrite ( Royal Navy) in the North Sea and sank.

9 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 9 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Dorisbrook  United Kingdom The collier collided with HMS Orbita ( Royal Navy) and sank in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Peru. Her crew were rescued by HMS Orbita.[33][34]
Helvetia  Norway World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the North Sea 22 nautical miles (41 km) west south west of Lindesnes, Vest-Agder by SM U-80 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[35]
Missanabie  United Kingdom World War I: The ocean liner was torpedoed and sunk in the Irish Sea 51°11′N 7°25′W / 51.183°N 7.417°W / 51.183; -7.417) by SM UB-87 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of 45 lives.[3][36]
Taurus  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the North Sea 1 nautical mile (1.9 km) north of Scarborough, Yorkshire, United Kingdom by SM UB-80 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of six of her crew.[37]
SM U-92  Kaiserliche Marine World War I: The Type U 87 submarine struck a mine in the North Sea (59°00′N 1°30′W / 59.000°N 1.500°W / 59.000; -1.500) and sank with the loss of all 39 crew.
War Arabis  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 88 nautical miles (163 km) north by east of Cape Sigli, Algeria (38°08′N 5°30′E / 38.133°N 5.500°E / 38.133; 5.500) by SM U-34 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[3][38]

10 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 10 September 1918
Ship Country Description
SM UB-83  Kaiserliche Marine World War I: The Type UB III submarine was depth charged and sunk in the North Sea off the Orkney Islands, United Kingdom (58°28′N 1°50′W / 58.467°N 1.833°W / 58.467; -1.833) by HMS Ophelia ( Royal Navy) with the loss of all 37 crew.[39]

12 September[edit]

For the scuttling of the Danish schooner Skjold on this date, see the entry for 3 August 1918.

List of shipwrecks: 12 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Galway Castle  United Kingdom World War I: The ocean liner was torpedoed and damaged in the Atlantic Ocean 160 nautical miles (300 km) south west of the Fastnet Rock (48°50′N 10°40′W / 48.833°N 10.667°W / 48.833; -10.667) by SM U-82 ( Kaiserliche Marine). She was taken in tow but sank on 15 September with the loss of 143 lives.[40]
Leixões  Portugal World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 200 nautical miles (370 km) off the coast of the United States by SM U-155 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[41]
HMS Sarnia  Royal Navy World War I: The armed boarding steamer was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off Alexandria, Egypt (31°58′N 30°55′E / 31.967°N 30.917°E / 31.967; 30.917) by SM U-65 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of 55 crew.[42]

13 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 13 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Amiral Charner  France World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 44 nautical miles (81 km) west of Pantellaria, Italy (36°36′N 12°58′E / 36.600°N 12.967°E / 36.600; 12.967) by SM U-41 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy).[43]
Buffalo  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was torpedoed and sunk in the Irish Sea of Corsewall Point, Wigtownshire by SM UB-64 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of ten of her crew.[44]
M. J. Craig  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was torpedoed and sunk in the Irish Sea 7 nautical miles (13 km) north east of Black Head, County Antrim by SM UB-64 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of four of her crew.[45]
Setter  United Kingdom World War I: The passenger ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Irish Sea 9 nautical miles (17 km) north west of Stranraer, Wigtownshire by SM UB-64 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of nine of her crew.[3][46]

14 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 14 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Agios Nicolas  Greece World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 10 nautical miles (19 km) south east of Paphos by SM U-27 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy). Her crew survived.[47]
Gibel Hamam  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was torpedoed and sunk in the English Channel 15 nautical miles (28 km) south of Portland Bill by SM UB-104 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of 21 of her crew.[3][48]
Ioanna No.45  United Kingdom World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea by SM U-65 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[49]
Neotsfield  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Irish Sea 1.5 nautical miles (2.8 km) off the Skulmartin Lightship ( United Kingdom) (54°42′N 5°23′W / 54.700°N 5.383°W / 54.700; -5.383) by SM UB-64 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[50]
SM UB-113  Kaiserliche Marine World War I: The Type UB III submarine departed Zeebrugge, West Flanders, Belgium on patrol. No further trace, lost with all 39 crew.[51]

15 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 15 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Ioanna No.37  United Kingdom World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea by SM U-65 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[52]
Energy  United Kingdom World War I: The sailing vessel was shelled and sunk in the Irish Sea 14 nautical miles (26 km) east south east of the Codling Bank Lightship ( United Kingdom) by SM UB-64 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[3][53]
Joseph Fisher  United Kingdom World War I: The two-masted schooner was shelled and sunk in the Irish Sea 16 nautical miles (30 km) east north east of the Codling Bank Lightship ( United Kingdom) by SM UB-64 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[54]
Kendal Castle  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the English Channel 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) south east of Berry Head, Devon by SM UB-104 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of eighteen of her crew.[3][55]
Mary Fanny  United Kingdom World War I: The ketch was shelled and sunk in the Irish Sea 14 nautical miles (26 km) east south east of the Codling Bank Lightship ( United Kingdom) by SM UB-64 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[56]

16 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 16 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Acadian  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 11 nautical miles (20 km) south west by west of Trevose Head, Cornwall (50°25′10″N 5°15′58″W / 50.41944°N 5.26611°W / 50.41944; -5.26611) by SM UB-117 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of 25 of her 26 crew.[3][57]
USS Buena Ventura  United States Navy World War I: Convoy OV 31: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 200 nautical miles (370 km) north west of Spain (44°36′N 13°10′W / 44.600°N 13.167°W / 44.600; -13.167) by SM UB-129 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of eighteen of her crew.[58] Survivors were rescued by Lola ( Spain) and Temeraire ( French Navy).
Ethel  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the English Channel 8 nautical miles (15 km) south east of Berry Head, Devon by SM UB-104 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[3][59]
HMS Glatton  Royal Navy The Gorgon-class monitor caught fire at Dover, Kent and was scuttled by HMS Cossack and HMS Myngs (both  Royal Navy) with the loss of 79 of her 305 crew.
G. Voyazides  Greece World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Gulf of Lion by SM UC-67 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of eighteen of her crew.[60]
Lord Stewart  United Kingdom World War I: The collier was torpedoed and sunk in the English Channel 6 nautical miles (11 km) east of Hope's Nose, Devon (50°30′N 3°17′W / 50.500°N 3.283°W / 50.500; -3.283) by SM UB-104 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of a crew member.[3][34][61]
Madryn  United Kingdom World War I: The collier was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) north north east of Trevose Head (50°38′N 5°01′W / 50.633°N 5.017°W / 50.633; -5.017) by SM U-82 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[3][26][62]
Philomel  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Bay of Biscay 12 nautical miles (22 km) south east by east of the Glénan Islands, Finistère (47°43′N 3°41′W / 47.717°N 3.683°W / 47.717; -3.683) by SM UB-88 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[3][63]
Serula  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Irish Sea 13.5 nautical miles (25.0 km) north east of Strumble Head, Pembrokeshire by SM UB-64 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of seventeen crew.[3][64]
Star of Poland  United States The cargo ship was wrecked at Chiba, Japan.[30]
Tasman  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo liner was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 220 nautical miles (410 km) north by west of Cape Villano, Spain by SM U-46 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of fourteen crew.[3][65]
Wellington  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 175 nautical miles (324 km) north west of Cape Villano (45°48′N 10°58′W / 45.800°N 10.967°W / 45.800; -10.967) by SM U-118 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of five of her crew.[66]

17 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 17 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Cairo  Egypt World War I: The sailing vessel was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea by an enemy submarine.[3]
Igor  Sweden World War I: The cargo ship sank after an explosion in the North Sea, south of Longstone, while in convoy. Whether it was a torpedo or mine is unknown. Her crew survived.[67]
Lavernock  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) south west of Trevose Head, Cornwall 50°28′N 5°06′W / 50.467°N 5.100°W / 50.467; -5.100 by SM UB-117 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[68]
Muriel  United Kingdom World War I: The collier was torpedoed and sunk in the North Sea 3.5 nautical miles (6.5 km) north east of Peterhead, Aberdeenshire (57°32′06″N 1°44′16″W / 57.53500°N 1.73778°W / 57.53500; -1.73778) by SM UC-58 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[3][26][69]
Portaritissa  Italy World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea (35°39′N 26°08′E / 35.650°N 26.133°E / 35.650; 26.133) by SM U-27 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy). Her crew survived.[70]
Sofia  Italy World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea (35°39′N 26°08′E / 35.650°N 26.133°E / 35.650; 26.133) by SM U-27 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy). Her crew survived.[71]
Ursa  Sweden World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in Lyme Bay[72] by SM UB-104 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[73]
Wigbert  Kaiserliche Marine World War I: The minesweeper struck a mine in the mouth of the Elbe at Cuxhaven, Germany, and became a constructive total loss.[74]

18 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 18 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Adelphotis  Greece World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea (36°14′N 25°25′E / 36.233°N 25.417°E / 36.233; 25.417) by SM U-27 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy). Her crew survived.[75]
Agios Amma  Greece World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea (36°14′N 25°25′E / 36.233°N 25.417°E / 36.233; 25.417) by SM U-27 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy). Her crew survived.[76]
Buffalo  France World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) east of St Agnes Head, Cornwall, United Kingdom (50°19′N 5°18′W / 50.317°N 5.300°W / 50.317; -5.300) by SM UB-117 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[77]
Helena  United States The cargo ship ran aground on West Chicken Island, Lake Erie. She broke in two on 25 September and was a total loss.[78]
John O. Scott  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 9 nautical miles (17 km) west by north of Trevose Head, Cornwall (50°32′N 5°16′W / 50.533°N 5.267°W / 50.533; -5.267) by SM UB-117 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of eighteen of her crew.[79]
Ledaal  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean (33°50′N 20°05′W / 33.833°N 20.083°W / 33.833; -20.083) by SM U-157 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of a crew member.[80]
Primo  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 3.5 nautical miles (6.5 km) north north west of the Godrevy Lighthouse, Cornwall (50°17′N 5°28′W / 50.283°N 5.467°W / 50.283; -5.467) by SM UB-117 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[81]

19 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 19 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Agios Spiridon  Greece World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea (36°04′N 24°00′E / 36.067°N 24.000°E / 36.067; 24.000) by SM U-27 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy). Her crew survived.[82]
Barrister  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Irish Sea 9 nautical miles (17 km) west of the Chicken Rock Lighthouse, Isle of Man by SM UB-64 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of 30 crew.[83]
Belliqueux  France World War I: The vessel struck a mine and sank in the Bay of Biscay 1 nautical mile (1.9 km) off the Tevenec Lighthouse, Île de Sein, Finistère.[84]
Erik  Denmark World War I: The three-masted schooner was shelled and damaged in the Atlantic Ocean 75 nautical miles (139 km) west of Cape Roca, Spain (38°05′N 10°17′W / 38.083°N 10.283°W / 38.083; -10.283) by SM UB-129 ( Kaiserliche Marine). She foundered three days later.[85]
Fanny  Sweden World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Raz de Sein by SM UB-88 ( Kaiserliche Marine),[86] with the loss of two crew members.[87]
Gordon C. Newfoundland The cargo ship was destroyed by fire 12 nautical miles (22 km) north east of Grate's Cove.[30]

20 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 20 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Aghios Nicolaos  Greece World War I: The sailing vessel was scuttled in the Mediterranean Sea (36°57′N 22°05′E / 36.950°N 22.083°E / 36.950; 22.083) by SM U-27 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy). Her crew survived.[3][88]
Aghios Nicolas  Greece World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea (36°26′N 22°20′E / 36.433°N 22.333°E / 36.433; 22.333) by SM U-27 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy). Her crew survived.[89]
Aghios Spiridon  Greece World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea (36°26′N 22°20′E / 36.433°N 22.333°E / 36.433; 22.333) by SM U-27 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy). Her crew survived.[90]
Angelina Pasquale  Italy World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off Sicily by SM UB-105 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[91]
Circé  French Navy World War I: The Circé-class submarine was sunk in the Adriatic Sea (41°39′N 19°25′E / 41.650°N 19.417°E / 41.650; 19.417) by SM U-47 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy) with the loss of all but one of her crew.[92][93]
Dragonos  Greece World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea (36°59′N 21°59′E / 36.983°N 21.983°E / 36.983; 21.983) by SM U-27 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy). Her crew survived.[94]
Igor  Sweden The cargo ship sprang a leak and sank.[30]
Kingfisher  United States World War I: The trawler was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 85 nautical miles (157 km) off Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (43°31′N 61°53′W / 43.517°N 61.883°W / 43.517; -61.883) by SM U-155 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[95]
Prof. Elias  Greece World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea (36°42′N 22°12′E / 36.700°N 22.200°E / 36.700; 22.200) by SM U-27 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy). Her crew survived.[96]
San Michele  Italy World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off Sicily by SM UB-105 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[97]
Theologos  Greece World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea (36°57′N 22°05′E / 36.950°N 22.083°E / 36.950; 22.083) by SM U-27 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy). Her crew survived.[98]

21 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 21 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Downshire  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was shelled and sunk in the Irish Sea 8 nautical miles (15 km) west of Rockabill by SM UB-64 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[3][99]
Santo Fortunato  Italy World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off Sicily by SM UB-105 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[100]
Staithes  United Kingdom The coaster was torpedoed and sunk in the North Sea 1.5 nautical miles (2.8 km) south east by south of Sunderland, County Durham by SM UB-115 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of four of her crew.[3][101]

22 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 22 September 1918
Ship Country Description
HMT Elise  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler was torpedoed and sunk in the North Sea 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) north east of St. Mary's Lighthouse, Northumberland (55°06′N 1°27′W / 55.100°N 1.450°W / 55.100; -1.450) by SM UB-34 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of fourteen of her crew.[102]
Euthamia  United Kingdom World War I: The trawler strucke a mine and sank in the North Sea 6 nautical miles (11 km) east by north of the Humber Lightship ( United Kingdom).[103]
Gaia  Portugal World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean off the Azores (37°13′N 23°19′W / 37.217°N 23.317°W / 37.217; -23.317) by SM U-157 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[104]
Gorsemore  United Kingdom World War I: The collier was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 44 nautical miles (81 km) south east of Cape Colonne, Italy (38°28′N 17°51′E / 38.467°N 17.850°E / 38.467; 17.850) by SM UC-53 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[3][34][105]
Polesley  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 1 nautical mile (1.9 km) north of the Pendeen Lighthouse, Cornwall (50°13′N 4°46′W / 50.217°N 4.767°W / 50.217; -4.767) by SM UB-88 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of 43 of her crew.[106]

23 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 23 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Aldershot  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the English Channel 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) east south east of Dartmouth, Devon by SM UB-104 or SM UB-113 (both  Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of a crew member.[107]
Edlington  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 70 nautical miles (130 km) east by south of Cape Passaro, Sicily, Italy (36°42′N 16°37′E / 36.700°N 16.617°E / 36.700; 16.617) by SM UC-54 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[3][108]

24 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 24 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Erik  Sweden The schooner sprang a leak and sank in the Atlantic Ocean off Huelva, Andalusia, Spain. Her crew were rescued by two Spanish merchant vessels.[109]

25 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 25 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Gloire a Jesus  France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean approximately 200 nautical miles (370 km) south west of the Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom by SM U-46 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[110]
Hebburn  United Kingdom World War I: The collier was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 14 nautical miles (26 km) off Mine Head, Cornwall (51°40′N 7°13′W / 51.667°N 7.217°W / 51.667; -7.217) by SM UB-91 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of six of her crew.[3][34][111]
Shitomu Maru  Japan The cargo ship sank at Shinagawa, Tokyo.[109]
SM U-156  Kaiserliche Marine World War I: The Type U 151 submarine struck a mine and sank in the North Sea with the loss of all 77 crew.

26 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 26 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Belle Brice  France The schooner foundered in a gale at Castellón de la Plana, Spain.[112]
Paul  Belgium World War I: The coaster was torpedoed and sunk in the North Sea off Robin Hood's Bay, Yorkshire, United Kingdom (54°27′N 0°30′W / 54.450°N 0.500°W / 54.450; -0.500 (SS Paul)) by SM UB-21 ( Kaiserliche Marine). Her crew survived.[113][114]
USCGC Tampa  United States Navy World War I: Convoy HG 107: The Ungula-class cutter was torpedoed and sunk in the Bristol Channel 50°40′N 6°19′W / 50.667°N 6.317°W / 50.667; -6.317 by SM UB-91 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of all 131 people on board.

27 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 27 September 1918
Ship Country Description
En Avant  France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 45 nautical miles (83 km) north of Ouessant, Finistère by SM U-54 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[115]
Hatasu  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 50 nautical miles (93 km) north by west of Oran, Algeria (36°32′N 0°53′W / 36.533°N 0.883°W / 36.533; -0.883) by SM UB-49 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of two of her crew.[3][116]

28 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 28 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Baldersby  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Irish Sea 9 nautical miles (17 km) east of the Codling Bank Lightship ( United Kingdom) by SM UB-91 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of two of her crew.[117]
Benha  Egypt World War I: The sailing vessel was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off Ras el Dabas by an enemy submarine.[3]

29 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 29 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Libourne  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the English Channel 10 nautical miles (19 km) south of The Lizard, Cornwall (49°47′N 5°10′W / 49.783°N 5.167°W / 49.783; -5.167) by SM U-54 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of three crew.[118]
USS Minnesota  United States Navy World War I: The Connecticut-class battleship struck a mine in the Atlantic Ocean 20 nautical miles (37 km) off the Fenwick Island Lighthouse, Delaware and was severely damaged. She was subsequently repaired and returned to service.
HMML 247  Royal Navy The motor launch was lost on this date.[26]
Nyanza  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Irish Sea 10 nautical miles (19 km) north west by west of the Corsewall Lighthouse, Wigtownshire by SM UB-95 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of thirteen of her crew.[3][119]
SM UB-115  Kaiserliche Marine World War I: The Type UB III submarine was depth charged and sunk in the North Sea 4.5 nautical miles (8.3 km) off Newton-by-the-Sea, Northumberland, United Kingdom (55°13′N 1°22′E / 55.217°N 1.367°E / 55.217; 1.367 by HMS Ouse, HMS Star, HMT Viola (all  Royal Navy) and the R23X-class airship R27 ( Royal Air Force) with the loss of all 39 crew.

30 September[edit]

List of shipwrecks: 30 September 1918
Ship Country Description
Atlantico  Portugal World War I: The barque was shelled and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 6 nautical miles (11 km) west of the Bishop Rock, Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom (49°50′N 6°35′W / 49.833°N 6.583°W / 49.833; -6.583) by SM UB-112 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[120]
Francesco Padre  Italy World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Gulf of Salerno by SM UC-53 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[121]
Gabriela Costela  Italy World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Gulf of Salerno by SM UC-53 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[122]
Giovanni Costa  Italy World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Gulf of Salerno by SM UC-53 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[123]
San Francesco P.  Italy World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Gulf of Salerno by SM UC-53 ( Kaiserliche Marine).[124]
HMS Seagull  Royal Navy The minesweeper, a converted Sharpshooter-class torpedo gunboat, collided with another vessel and sank in the River Clyde.[125]
HMT Sealark II  Royal Navy The naval trawler collided with another vessel and sank off St' John's Point, County Donegal.[26][126]
USS Ticonderoga  United States Navy World War I: The transport ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean (43°05′N 38°43′W / 43.083°N 38.717°W / 43.083; -38.717) by SM U-152 ( Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of 213 of the 237 people on board. Two of the survivors were taken as prisoners of war, the rest were rescued by Moorish Prince ( United Kingdom).
SM U-102  Kaiserliche Marine World War I: The Type U 57 submarine struck a mine and sank in the North Sea east of the Orkney Islands, United Kingdom with the loss of all 42 crew.
SM UB-127  Kaiserliche Marine World War I: The Type UB III submarine struck a mine and sank in the Atlantic Ocean south of Fair Isle, United Kingdom with the loss of all 34 crew.[127]

Unknown date[edit]

List of shipwrecks: Unknown date 1918
Ship Country Description
SM UB-104  Kaiserliche Marine World War I: The Type UB III submarine was lost in Lyme Bay on or after 17 September with the loss of all 36 crew.[128]

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Ship events in 1918
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