HNMS Nautilus (M 12)
Minelayer of the Nautilus class
|Navy||The Royal Dutch Navy|
|Built by||Rotterdamsche Droogdok Mij. (Rotterdam, Holland)|
|Laid down||25 Jan 1929|
|Launched||30 Oct 1929|
|Commissioned||2 May 1930|
|Lost||22 May 1941|
|Loss position||53° 36'N, 0° 25'E|
The Dutch minelayer HNMS Nautilus (M 12) lost on 22 May 1941 in position 53° 36'N, 0° 25'E.
HrMs Nautilus (Cdr. Jan August Gauw) was sunk on 22 May 1941 due to a collision with the British merchant Murrayfield at 00.23 hours off Grimsby in position 53º36'N, 00º25'E. There were no fatalities.
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|1||luitenant ter zee 1e klasse (Lt.Cdr.) Jan August Gauw, RNN||22 Oct 1936||22 May 1941|
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