British Steam trawler
|Completed||1912 - Cochrane & Sons, Selby|
|Owner||F.S. Mount & Co Ltd, Fleetwood|
|Date of attack||13 Sep 1939||Nationality: British|
|Fate||Sunk by U-27 (Johannes Franz)|
|Position||Grid AM 5370|
|Complement||12 (0 dead and 12 survivors).|
|Route||Fleetwood - Fishing grounds|
Completed in March 1912
|Notes on event|
At 14.55 hours on 13 Sep, 1939, the Davara (Master Boyles) was shelled and sunk by U-27 21 miles northwest by north of Tory Island. The master and 11 crew members were picked up after five hours by Willowpool.
* Estimated position shown here is based on positions of losses in a roughly the same German grid code. It may be a bit off but should give a good idea as to where the attack took place.
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