WWI U-boat Successes

Ships hit by U 80

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DateU-boat Commander Name of shipType of shipTonsNat.
 
4 Nov 1916 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp SkerriesSteamer4,278br
18 Dec 1916 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp OpalSteamer599br
19 Dec 1916 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp LiverpoolSteamer686br
 
25 Jan 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp  LaurenticArmed merchant cruiser14,892br
15 Feb 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp  Celtic (d.)Passenger steamer20,904br
1 Mar 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp Pheasant (hms)Destroyer1,025br
3 Mar 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp HermesSailing vessel785nw
10 Mar 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp San Eduardo (d.)Tanker6,225br
16 Mar 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp Motagua (d.)Armed merchant cruiser5,977br
17 Apr 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp Gisella (d.)Steamer2,502br
7 May 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp  H. H. PetersenSailing vessel192da
7 May 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp SophieSailing vessel237da
9 May 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp  Hans BrogeSteamer1,432da
11 May 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp Anna AlwinaSailing vessel364ru
11 May 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp CalchasSteamer6,748br
21 May 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp SenatorNavy Trawler211br
1 Jul 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp Don EmilioSteamer3,651br
15 Aug 1917 U 80Gustav Amberger HylasSteamer4,240br
16 Aug 1917 U 80Gustav Amberger Caroline KockSailing vessel316da
20 Aug 1917 U 80Alfred von Glasenapp KirklandNavy Trawler224br
25 Aug 1917 U 80Gustav Amberger JunonaSteamer3,462ru
6 Sep 1917 U 80Gustav Amberger Tuskarsteamer1,159br
17 Dec 1917 U 80Karl Scherb NeptuneFishing vessel (smack)50br
19 Dec 1917 U 80Karl Scherb  ArnoSteamer1,386da
 
23 Apr 1918 U 80Karl Koopmann PlethosNavy trawler210br
5 Jun 1918 U 80Karl Koopmann AntonSailing vessel1,036sw
29 Jun 1918 U 80Karl Koopmann Midtsj√∂Sailing vessel185nw
3 Jul 1918 U 80Karl Koopmann GripenSailing vessel1,191sw
3 Jul 1918 U 80Karl Koopmann P. C. PetersonSailing vessel673nw
9 Sep 1918 U 80Karl Koopmann HelvetiaSailing vessel673nw
 85,513
26 ships sunk (49,905 tons) and 4 ships damaged (35,608 tons).


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