|Builder||Pickergill Shipyard, Sunderland|
|Operator||Soc. les Affréteurs Réunis (J. Stern), Nantes|
|History||Three-masted bark with an iron hull. Built as Snowdrop.|
U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Marthe Marguerite
|1||19 Sep 1917||U 54 (Kurt Heeseler)||Sunk||Stopped and sunk by gunfire NW of Cape Finisterre||46° 18'N, 11° 25'W||Nantes - Fort de France||in ballast||0|
|Marthe Marguerite had left Nantes for French West Indies on Sept.12th under Captain Sautrel. The vessel was ordered to stop and her crew to evacuate the ship. She was then shelled until sinking.|
Position of attack on Marthe Marguerite
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