|Builder||Russell & Co., Port Glasgow|
|Operator||Thor Dahl, Fredriksværn/Sandefjord|
|History||Four-masted, iron-hulled bark built as Nile for W. Douglas (A. Brown), Glasgow. Resold in several times before Thor Dahl acquired the vessel in 1911 and renamed it to Thor II.|
U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Thor Ii
|1||4 Feb 1917||U 45 (Erich Sittenfeld)||Sunk||Stopped and sunk by torpedoed 80 miles off the Irish coast||50° 18'N, 11° 48'W||South Georgia – Queenstown||whale oil||0|
|Captain Jacobsen, master of the ship was taken on board U 45 with his wife and daughter aged 3 years to avoid them to remain at sea in open boats. All were landed at Helgoland and sent back to Norway.|
Position of attack on Thor Ii
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