|Builder||R. Duncan & Co, Port Glasgow|
|Operator||Ant. Dom. Bordes et fils, Dunkerque|
|History||Four-masted steel-hulled bark. Built as Achnashie for Thom & Cameron, Ltd., Glasgow. Sold to Ant. Dom. Bordes et fils in 1907 and renamed.|
U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Chanaral
|1||22 Apr 1916||U 67 (Hans Nieland)||Sunk||Stopped and torpedoed 60 miles SW of Bishop Rock||50° 03'N, 8° 07'W||Mejillones - Falmouth||4000 t. of nitrates|
|Captain Bernard reports that after having been stopped and the crew ordered to leave the ship, the vessel was sunk by a torpedo fired at short range. After U 67 had collected the ship's documents, the french crew was released and given indication about the course to steer for the Scillies where they landed the following morning.|
Position of attack on Chanaral
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