List of shipwrecks in February 1916

The list of shipwrecks in February 1916 includes some ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during February 1916.

1 February

List of shipwrecks: 1 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Belle of France  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 126 nautical miles (233 km) north west by west of Alexandria, Egypt (32°30′N 27°45′E) by SM U-21 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of nineteen crew.[1][2]
Empress Queen  United Kingdom The paddle steamer was wrecked on the Ring Rocks in the English Channel off Bembridge, Isle of Wight, England, at 50°40′00″N 001°05′00″W without loss of life.
Franz Fischer  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was torpedoed and sunk in the North Sea 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) south of the Kentish Knock Lightship ( United Kingdom) by SM UB-17 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of thirteen crew.[3] Survivors were rescued by Paul ( United Kingdom).[4]
Prinses Juliana  Netherlands World War I: The passenger ship struck a mine in the North Sea off the Sunk Lightship ( United Kingdom). She was beached at Felixstowe, Suffolk but was declared a total loss.[5]
Takata Maru  Japan The passenger ship collided with Silver Shell ( United States) in the Atlantic Ocean 200 nautical miles (370 km) south east of Cape Race, Newfoundland and sank.[6] Her 72 crew were rescued by Silver Shell.[7]
Zeearend  Netherlands World War I: The coaster was scuttled in the North Sea 19 nautical miles (35 km) west north west of the Maas Lightship ( Netherlands) by SM UB-17 ( Imperial German Navy).[8]

2 February

List of shipwrecks: 2 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Daijin Maru  Japan The passenger ship collided with Li-Nan ( China) in the East China Sea 80 nautical miles (150 km) off Swatow, China and sank with the loss of 160 of the 181 people on board.[9]
Franz Fischer  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was bombed and sunk in the North Sea by a German Zeppelin with the loss of ten of her thirteen crew.[10]
Jean Bart II  French Navy World War I: The patrol vessel was torpedoed and sunk in the Adriatic Sea off Durrës, Albania (41°08′N 19°20′E) by SM U-4 ( Austro-Hungarian Navy) with the loss of eighteen of her crew.[11]

4 February

List of shipwrecks: 4 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
HMT De la Pole  Royal Navy The naval trawler was wrecked on the Goodwin Sands, Kent with the loss of one of her twelve crew. Survivors were rescued by the Deal Lifeboat.[12]

5 February

List of shipwrecks: 5 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Geraldine  United Kingdom The barque foundered in the English Channel east of Herm, Channel Islands.[13]
Marie  France The three-masted sailing ship was wrecked off the Jardin Lighthouse, Saint-Malo. Ille-et-Vilaine. Her crew were rescued.[14]

6 February

List of shipwrecks: 6 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Balgownie  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in the North Sea with the loss of a crew member.[2]
Flamenco  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean 310 nautical miles (570 km) north east by north of Pernambuco, Brazil by SMS Möwe ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of a crew member.[2]

7 February

List of shipwrecks: 7 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Vigilant  Denmark The schooner was abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean 80 nautical miles (150 km) off the Butt of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, United Kingdom. Her crew were rescued. She was later towed into Stornoway.[15]

8 February

List of shipwrecks: 8 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Amiral Charner  French Navy World War I: The Amiral Charner-class armored cruiser was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off Beirut, Lebanon by SM U-21 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of 426 of her 427 crew.[16]
Argo  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in the English Channel 4.5 nautical miles (8.3 km) north west of Boulogne, Pas-de-Calais, France (50°43′N 1°25′E) with the loss of a crew member.[17]
Westburn  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean 530 nautical miles (980 km) north north east of Pernambuco, Brazil by SMS Möwe ( Imperial German Navy). Two of her crew were taken as prisoners of war.[2]

9 February

List of shipwrecks: 9 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
SMS Hedwig von Wissmann  Imperial German Navy World War I: Battle for Lake Tanganyika: The guard boat was shelled and sunk in Lake Tanganyika by HMS Fifi and HMS Mimi (both  Royal Navy) with the loss of seven of her crew. Survivors were rescued by HMS Fifi.
Horace  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean 610 nautical miles (1,130 km) north north east of Pernambuco, Brazil by SMS Möwe ( Imperial German Navy).[2]
HMT Persistive  Royal Navy The naval trawler was lost on this date.[18]
Springwell  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 65 nautical miles (120 km) south west by west of Gavdos, Greece (34°10′N 23°00′E) by SM U-38 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[19]
Vaarli  Norway The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in the North Sea of the coast of the Netherlands with the loss of three of her sixteen crew. Survivors were rescued by Thor ( Sweden).[20]

10 February

List of shipwrecks: 10 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
HMS Arabis  Royal Navy World War I: The Arabis-class sloop was torpedoed and sunk in the North Sea off the Dogger Bank with the loss of 56 of her 79 crew.
Correct  Norway The cargo ship collided with another vessel in the North Sea off North Foreland, Kent, United Kingdom and sank. Her crew were rescued.[7]

11 February

List of shipwrecks: 11 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Alabama  Norway World War I: The coaster struck a mine and sank in the North Sea 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) off the Kentish Knock Lightship ( United Kingdom) (51°35′N 1°40′E).[21] All seventeen crew were rescued by Balzac ( Norway).[22]
HMS Arethusa  Royal Navy

World War I: The Arethusa-class cruiser struck a mine and was wrecked in the North Sea off Felixtowe, Suffolk with the loss of ten of her crew.[23]

Belford  United Kingdom The cargo ship ran aground off Islay, Argyll and sank.[24]
Maternzo  Spain The cargo ship ran aground at Ambès, Gironde, France. She was refloated on 20 February.[25]

12 February

List of shipwrecks: 12 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Aduatiek  Belgium World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine placed by SM UC-4 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea off Aldeburgh, Suffolk, United Kingdom (52°08′46″N 1°44′45″E) with the loss of two of her crew.[26][27][22]
Cedarwood  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster struck a mine placed by SM UC-4 ( Imperial German Navy) in the North Sea 2.5 nautical miles (4.6 km) east of Aldeburgh and sank with the loss of six of her eight crew. Survivors were rescued by Boldon ( United Kingdom).[26][28][22]
Leicester  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine placed by SM UC-6 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the English Channel 2.5 nautical miles (4.6 km) south east of Folkestone, Kent with the loss of seventeen of her crew.[29]

13 February

List of shipwrecks: 13 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Tergestea  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in the North Sea 8 nautical miles (15 km) east by south of Aldeburgh, Suffolk (52°10′N 1°50′E). Her crew survived.[30] Built in 1911, Tergestea was originally owned by an Austrian line and registered in Trieste prior to World War I. She was likely captured during the war and placed in service as a British freighter.[31]

15 February

List of shipwrecks: 15 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Ashby  United Kingdom The collier was wrecked 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) off Ouessant, Finistère, France with the loss of two of her 20 crew.[32][33]
Golden Belle  United Kingdom The schooner was abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Newfoundland.[25] Her crew were rescued.[34]
Wilston  United Kingdom World War I: The collier struck a mine and sank in the North Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) east north east of Wick, Caithness with the loss of eight of her crew.[2][18]

16 February

List of shipwrecks: 16 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Hjordis  Norway The collier sank at Blakeney, Norfolk, United Kingdom with the loss of ten of her crew. She was on a voyage from Hull, Yorkshire, United Kingdom to Calais, France.[35]
Memphis  France World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine and was damaged in the Adriatic Sea 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) north west of Cape Laghi, Durrës, Albania. She was towed to Durrës but sank on 19 February. Her crew survived.[36]

17 February

List of shipwrecks: 17 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Pavlof  United States During a voyage in the waters of the Territory of Alaska from King Cove to Excursion Inlet with 26 crewmen and a cargo of 100 tons of coal on board, the 1,300 gross register tons (GRT), 196-foot (59.7 m) cannery steamer struck an uncharted rock during a snowstorm and gale and was wrecked without loss of life at Little Tugadak Island (56°30′N 154°40′W) on the coast of Southcentral Alaska.[37]

19 February

List of shipwrecks: 19 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Comet  United States During a voyage from Ketchikan to Loring, Territory of Alaska, the launch was wrecked in a storm near Pup Island (55°29′N 131°49′W) in Southeast Alaska. The three men aboard reached the beach, where two died of hypothermia. The third was rescued.[38]
John D. Archbold  United States The cargo ship collided with the steamer Hova ( Italy) at New York City and was beached.[39]
Telmo  Spain The cargo ship collided with the steam tug Sea Cock ( United Kingdom) at Liverpool, Lancashire, United Kingdom, and was beached.[39]
Theodor  United Kingdom The auxiliary schooner foundered in the North Sea off Katwijk, South Holland, Netherlands. Her crew were saved by a Dutch lugger.[39]

20 February

List of shipwrecks: 20 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Dingle  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster struck a mine placed by SM UC-5 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea 10 nautical miles (19 km) south by west of the Kentish Knock Lightship ( United Kingdom) with the loss of nine of her crew.[40]
HMT Gravenwood  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-14 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the Adriatic Sea off Brindisi, Italy with the loss of eleven of her crew.[41]

21 February

List of shipwrecks: 21 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
HMT Carlton  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by UC 6 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the English Channel off Folkestone, Kent (51°03′N 1°15′E) with the loss of nine of her crew.[42]
La Flandre  Netherlands World War I: The tanker struck a mine in the North Sea off the Galloper Lightship ( United Kingdom) (51°43′N 1°57′E) and sank with the loss of 29 of her 31 crew.[43] The survivors were rescued by Ousel ( United Kingdom).[44]
La Petite Henriette  Belgium World War I: The fishing vessel was sunk in the North Sea off Lowestoft, Suffolk, United Kingdom by SM UB-12 ( Imperial German Navy).[45]
Marechiaro  Regia Marina (Red Cross): World War I: The hospital ship struck a mine placed by SM UC-12 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the Adriatic Sea off Cape Laghi, Durrës, Albania with the loss of at least 33 lives, and possibly over 200 lives.[46]
Oleander  United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was scuttled in the North Sea 28 nautical miles (52 km) off Lowestoft by SM UB-12 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[47]
W. E. Brown  United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was scuttled in the North Sea south east of Lowestoft by SM UB-12 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[48]

22 February

List of shipwrecks: 22 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Duckbridge  United Kingdom World War I: The collier struck a mine and sank in the Atlantic Ocean 6 nautical miles (11 km) north of Strathy Point, Sutherland with the loss of nineteen of her crew.[2][33]

23 February

List of shipwrecks: 23 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Carmanta  United Kingdom The brigantine was driven ashore at Aldeburgh, Suffolk and wrecked. Her six crew were rescued by rocket apparatus.[49]
Diadem  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 56 nautical miles (104 km) south west of Porquerolles, Var, France (42°10′N 6°24′E) by SM U-38 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][50]
Monsone  Regia Marina World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-12 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the Adriatic Sea of Durrës, Albania with the loss of eight of her crew.[51]
Roubine  France World War I: The brigantine was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 30 nautical miles (56 km) south by east of Porquerolles (42°11′N 6°20′E) by SM U-38 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of two crew.[52]
Wilfred Marcus  United Kingdom The schooner sank at Saint John, New Brunswick.[49]

24 February

List of shipwrecks: 24 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Charlotte  Norway The barque ran aground at the mouth of the River Tees, Northumberland, United Kingdom and was wrecked. Her crew were rescued.[53]
Daquoise  France The cargo ship foundered in the English Channel off the coast of Cornwall, United Kingdom. Her crew were rescued.[53]
Denaby  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 40 nautical miles (74 km) south south west of the Île du Planier, Bouches-du-Rhône, France (42°32′N 5°40′E) by SM U-38 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of a crew member.[2][54]
Fastnet  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 55 nautical miles (102 km) south west of the Île du Planier (42°28′N 4°44′E) by SM U-38 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][55]
Southford  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in the North Sea off Great Yarmouth, Norfolk with the loss of two of her thirteen crew. Survivors were rescued by Paul ( United Kingdom) and a Royal Navy patrol boat.[4]
Torborg  Sweden World War I: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 40 nautical miles (74 km) of Marseille, Bouches-su-Rhône (42°28′N 4°44′E) by SM U-38 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[56][57]
Trignac  France World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine placed by SM UC-6 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea 7 nautical miles (13 km) west of the Outer Dowsing Lightship ( United Kingdom) with the loss of 26 of the 30 people on board. Survivors were rescued by Borgsten ( Norway).[58][59]
Tummel  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster struck a mine placed by SM UC-5 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea 7 nautical miles (13 km) south of the Kentish Knock Lightship ( United Kingdom) with the loss of nine of her fourteen crew.[60][59]

25 February

List of shipwrecks: 25 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Saxon Prince  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean 620 nautical miles (1,150 km) west of the Fastnet Rock by SMS Möwe ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew were taken as prisoners of war.[2]
Southford  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster struck a mine placed by SM UC-10 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) east south east of Southwold, Suffolk (52°17′N 1°47′E) with the loss of four of her crew.[61]

26 February

List of shipwrecks: 26 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Arbonne  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was torpedoed and sunk in the Thames Estuary 3 nautical miles (5.6 km) off the Kentish Knock Lightship ( United Kingdom) by SM UB-2 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of all fourteen crew.[2][62]
Au Revoir  French Navy World War I: The auxiliary minesweeper was sunk in the English Channel off Le Havre, Seine-Inférieure (49°33′N 0°04′E) by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[63]
Bogatyr  Denmark The cargo ship was driven ashore at Chapel Point, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom with the loss of nine of her 23 crew.[59]
Birgit  Sweden World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine placed by SM UC-10 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the Thames Estuary 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) off the Kentish Knock Lightship ( United Kingdom) (51°39′N 1°39′E) with the loss of a crew member.[64][65]
Dido  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in the North Sea with the loss of all 26 crew.[2][59]
HMT Lily Reaich  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-12 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the Adriatic Sea off Durrës, Albania with the loss of ten of her crew.[66]
Provence II  French Navy World War I: The armed merchant cruiser was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off Cerigo, Greece by SM U-35 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of 990 of the 1,732 people on board.[67][68]
Suevier  United Kingdom The cargo ship caught fire in the Atlantic Ocean and was abandoned by her crew.[59]

27 February

List of shipwrecks: 27 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Empress of Fort William  Canada World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in the English Channel 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) south of Dover, Kent (51°05′00″N 1°19′30″E). Her crew survived.[69]
Giava  Italy World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea south west of Cape Matapan, Greece by SM U-35 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[70]
Holar  Denmark The cargo ship was driven ashore 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) north of Rattray Head, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom. Her crew were rescued.[71]
Maloja  United Kingdom World War I: The ocean liner struck a mine and sank in the English Channel 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) south west of Dover (51°05′N 1°19′E) with the loss of 155 lives.[72]
Margaret Haskell  United States The schooner was abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean. She was reported to be floating in a capsized condition off Cat Island, Bahamas on 6 May.[73]
Mecklenburgh  Netherlands World War I: The cargo liner struck a mine and sank in the North Sea off the Galloper Lightship ( United Kingdom). All on board were rescued by Westerdijk ( Netherlands) and two other vessels.[59]
Ruth  Sweden The schooner was driven ashore at Spittal, Northumberland, United Kingdom and was wrecked. Her crew were rescued.[74]

28 February

List of shipwrecks: 28 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Ander  Norway The barque was driven ashore at Blyth, Northumberland, United Kingdom and was wrecked with the loss of four of her crew.[74]
HMT Angelus  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-6 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the English Channel off Dover, Kent (51°03′50″N 1°18′20″E) with the loss of two of her crew.[75]
Masunda  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 106 nautical miles (196 km) south west by south of Cape Matapan, Greece (34°54′N 21°20′E) by SM U-35 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][76]
Thornaby  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine placed by SM UC-3 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea off the Shipwash Lightship ( United Kingdom) (52°03′30″N 1°43′00″E) with the loss of nineteen of her crew.[77]
HMT Weigelia  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-6 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the English Channel off Dover (51°08′30″N 1°27′30″E) with the loss of a crew member.[78]
Knippla  Sweden World War I: The cargo ship, en route from Trelleborg to Gothenburg, struck a mine in a freshly laid minefield near Falsterbo and sank immediately. No casualties.[79]

29 February

List of shipwrecks: 29 February 1916
ShipCountryDescription
HMS Alcantara  Royal Navy World War I: Action of 29 February 1916: The auxiliary cruiser was shelled and sunk in the North Sea by SMS Greif ( Imperial German Navy).
Alexander Wentzel  Russia World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off the Cap de Fer, Algeria (37°21′N 7°34′E) by SM U-38 ( Imperial German Navy)[80] with the loss of 18 of her 29 crew.[81]
HMT Chester II  Royal Navy The naval trawler was lost on this date.[33]
Eliza S.  Italy World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea west of Bizerta, Tunisia (37°24′N 7°42′E) by SM U-38 ( Imperial German Navy).[82]
SMS F32  Imperial German Navy The F Type minesweeping boat was lost on this date.[83]
SMS Greif  Imperial German Navy World War I: Action of 29 February 1916: The auxiliary cruiser was shelled and sunk in the North Sea by HMS Alcantara, HMS Comus and HMS Munster (all  Royal Navy) with the loss of 97 of her 310 crew.[84]
Lakmé  France The cargo ship sank in the Bay of Biscay south west of the Île d'Yeu, Vendée with the loss of six of her crew.[85]
Mercia  Sweden The ship ran aground at Pennard, Glamorgan, United Kingdom. She subsequently broke in two. Mercia was on a voyage from Bilbao, Spain to Briton Ferry, Glamorgan.[86]
HMS Primula  Royal Navy World War I: The Arabis-class sloop was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off Cerigo, Greece (34°39′N 22°17′E) by SM U-35 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of four crew.[87]

Unknown date

List of shipwrecks: Unknown date 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Emily I. White  United States The schooner was wrecked near Charleston, South Carolina before 17 February.[24]
Kenkon Maru No.11  Japan The cargo ship foundered in the Atlantic Ocean before 17 February. Her crew were rescued.[24]
Mabel D. Hines  United States The schooner was abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean before 21 February. Her crew were rescued.[25]

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Ship events in 1916
Ship launches: 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921
Ship commissionings: 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921
Ship decommissionings: 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921
Shipwrecks: 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921
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