British Steam merchant
|Completed||1919 - D. & W. Henderson & Co Ltd, Glasgow|
|Owner||The Hain Steamship Co Ltd, London|
|Date of attack||9 Jun 1941||Nationality: British|
|Fate||Sunk by U-101 (Ernst Mengersen)|
|Position||Grid BD 4473|
|Complement||45 (45 dead - no survivors)|
|Route||Glasgow - Clyde (1 Jun) - Montreal|
|History||Launched as War Laurel for The Shipping Controller, completed in June 1919 as Trevarrack for The Hain Steamship Co Ltd, London.|
On 13 March 1941, the Treverrack was lying alongside the Athene in the Clyde. A bomb from a German aircraft hit her and both ships were damaged.
|Notes on loss|
At 18.35 hours on 9 Jun, 1941, the Trevarrack (Master William Hanbly Freeman), dispersed on 5 June from convoy OB-329 in 51°48N/20°48W, was hit underneath the bridge by one G7e torpedo from U-101 and sank southwest of Cape Clear. The U-boat had spotted the ship coming out of fog at 17.10 hours and reported seeing three lifeboats after the sinking. However, the master, 37 crew members and seven passengers were lost.
|Crewlists||We have listing of 41 people who were on this vessel|
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