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On this day (27th September) WW1 Shipwreckollections

SS Hatasu (1917-1918) SS Hatasu was a British cargo vessel built in 1917 by J. Blumer & Co., Sunderland and owned at the time of her loss by Moss SS. Co. Ltd., Liverpool. She was a British steamer of 3,193 tonnes.

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On this day (25th September) WW1 Shipwreckollections

SS Hebburn (1908-1918) SS Hebburn was a British cargo ship built in 1908 by Wood, Skinner & Co. Ltd., Newcastle. At the time of her loss during WW1, she was owned by Burnett SS. Co. Ltd., Newcastle. was a British steamer of 1938 tons.

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On this day (13th September) WW1 Shipwreckollections

SS Setter (1906-1918) SS Setter was a defensive-armed British passenger and cargo ship built in 1906 by Scott Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Greenock. At the time of her loss during WW1, the vessel was owned by Burns G. & J. Ltd., Glasgow.

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UK’s Ultimate Sea View of 2018 Revealed!

National maritime charity, the Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society, has revealed the eagerly anticipated results of its annual photography competition showcasing the UK’s coastline and its associated people and industry. Following a challenging judging process of almost 1,000 entries, the prize for the overall winner was awarded to Chris Herring for his entry, ‘Fighting until the End’, […]

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On this day (6th September) WW1 Shipwreckollections

SS Audax (1903-1918) SS Audax was a British cargo vessel built in 1903 by Koninklijke Maatschappij De Schelde – Royal Schelde, Vlissingen. At the time of her loss during WW1, she was owned by Carr L. S., Newcastle.

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On this day (4th September) WW1 Shipwreckollections

SS Arum (1914-1918) British cargo vessel, SS Arum, was built in 1914 by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd., Wallsend.

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