List of shipwrecks in November 1916

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

1 November

List of shipwrecks: 1 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Bernardo Canale  Italy World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 40 nautical miles (74 km) north west of Cape San Vito, Sicily (38°29′N 12°41′E) by SM U-21 ( Imperial German Navy).[1]
Brierley Hill  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the North Sea 18 nautical miles (33 km) west north west of the Hellisøy Lighthouse, Hordaland, Norway by SM U-30 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[2][3]
Ivanhoe  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Barents Sea 30 nautical miles (56 km) north of Vardø, Finnmark by SM U-56 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[4]
Seatonia  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean (80 nautical miles (150 km) north west of the Fastnet Rock (52°00′N 11°30′W) by SM U-49 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[5]
Torero  Italy World War I: The coaster was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 6 nautical miles (11 km) off Capo Gallo, Sicily (38°30′N 13°28′E) by SM U-21 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[6]
300  French Navy World War I: The torpedo boat struck a mine and sank in the English Channel off Le Havre, Seine-Inférieure with the loss of twelve of her crew. by SM UC-26 ( Imperial German Navy).[7]

2 November

List of shipwrecks: 2 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Caswell  United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 90 nautical miles (170 km) south west by west of the Fastnet Rock by SM U-49 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[8]
Giovanni Anteri Beretta  Italy World War I: The auxiliary schooner was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Spain (40°29′N 1°00′E) by SM U-34 ( Imperial German Navy).[9]
Harfat Castle  United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean 90 nautical miles (170 km) south west by west of the Fastnet Rock by SM U-49 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[10]
Kyoto  United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 90 nautical miles (170 km) south west by west of the Fastnet Rock by SM U-49 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[11][12]
Runhild  Sweden World War I: The cargo ship was captured in the Baltic Sea (61°05′N 20°34′E) by SM U-22 ( Imperial German Navy). A prize crew was put on board and they set sail for Libau, East Prussia, Germany. Runhild struck a mine and sank in the Åland Sea on 3 November.[13] Her crew survived.[14]
San Antonio O  Italy World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea north of Sicily by SM U-21 ( Imperial German Navy).[15]
Spero  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed, shelled and sunk in the North Sea 95 nautical miles (176 km) west south west of the Hellisøy Lighthouse, Hordaland, Norway (59°34′N 1°52′E) by SM U-69 ( Imperial German Navy). Survivors were rescued by USS Emeline ( United States Navy).[16][17][18]
Vanadis  Russia World War I: The barquentine was sunk in the Baltic Sea (61°06′N 21°04′E) by SM U-22 ( Imperial German Navy).[19]

3 November

List of shipwrecks: 3 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Ägir  Sweden World War I: The coaster was sunk in the Gulf of Finland off Rauma, Finland[20] by SM U-22 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[21]
Bertha  Sweden World War I: The barque was sunk in the North Sea east of the Shetland Islands, United Kingdom by SM U-69 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[22]
Connemara  United Kingdom The passenger ship collided with Retriever ( United Kingdom at the entrance to Carlingford Lough, County Louth. Both vessels sank with the loss of 97 lives. There was only one survivor, a crew member of Retriever.
Frans  Sweden World War I: The coaster was sunk in the Gulf of Finland 14 nautical miles (26 km) off Rauma (61°03′N 20°33′E) by SM U-22 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[23]
HMT Glenprosen  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-18 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea 1 nautical mile (1.9 km) north north east of the Cross Sands Lightship ( United Kingdom) with the loss of five of her crew.[24]
Jönköping  Sweden World War I: The sailing vessel, en route from Gävle to Raumo was sunk in the Baltic Sea[25] by SM U-22 ( Imperial German Navy.[26] Her crew survived.
Ponus  United Kingdom The tanker ran aground at Gyllyngvase, Cornwall and caught fire. Her crew were rescued.[27]
San Giorgio  Italy World War I: The brigantine was stopped and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea north of Sicily (38°16′N 10°57′E) by SM U-21 ( Imperial German Navy).[28]
Statesman  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 200 nautical miles (370 km) east of Malta (36°00′N 18°30′E) by SM UB-43 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of six of her crew.[3][29]
Yatagan  French Navy The Framée-class destroyer collided with Teviot ( United Kingdom and sank in the English Channel off Dieppe Seine-Inférieure, France. (Some sources cite a date of loss of 4 November, suggesting that she sank overnight on 3–4 November 1916.)[30][31]

4 November

List of shipwrecks: 4 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Clan Leslie  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 200 nautical miles (370 km) east of Malta (33°56′N 18°37′E) by SM UB-43 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of three of her crew.[3][32]
Esaern Svare  Denmark The cargo ship caught fire in the English Channel and was abandoned by her crew.[33]
Huntsvale  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 200 nautical miles (370 km) east of Malta (36°04′N 19°03′E) by SM UB-43 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of seven of her crew.[3][34]
Mogador  France World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 38 nautical miles (70 km) north west of Punta Soller, Majorca, Spain by SM U-34 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[35]
Restitution  United Kingdom This whale factory vessel was abandoned and sank off the Scilly Isles en route to South Georgia with whaling equipment.[36]
Skerries  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine placed by SM U-80 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the Irish Sea 15 nautical miles (28 km) north north west of The Skerries, Isle of Anglesey with the loss of two of her crew.[37]
SM U-20 (Germany)  Imperial German Navy

The Type U 19 submarine ran aground at Vrist, Denmark. She was scuttled the next day.

5 November

List of shipwrecks: 5 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
HMT Cantatrice  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-18 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk with the loss of all eighteen crew.[38]
HMT Knot  Royal Navy The naval trawler was wrecked on the North Carr Rock, in the Firth of Forth.[39][40]
Princess of Thule  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked in Mill Cove, Dartmouth, Devon with the loss of all hands.[33]

6 November

List of shipwrecks: 6 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Arabia  United Kingdom World War I: The ocean liner was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 300 nautical miles (560 km) east of Malta by SM UB-43 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of eleven crew.
Chester A. Congdon  United States The cargo ship capsized and sank in Lake Superior. Her crew were rescued.
Fanelly  France World War I: The schooner was scuttled in the English Channel 18 nautical miles (33 km) west south west of Beachy Head, Sussex, United Kingdom by SM UC-17 ( Imperial German Navy). Her six crew were rescued by W. H. Dyer ( Canada).[41]
SM UB-45  Imperial German Navy World War I: The Type UB II submarine struck a mine and sank in the Black Sea off Varna, Romania (43°12′N 28°09′E) with the loss of sixteen of her twenty crew. The wreck was raised in 1936.

7 November

List of shipwrecks: 7 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
SMS F2  Imperial German Navy The F Type minesweeping boat was lost on this date.[42]
Furulund  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the English Channel 40 nautical miles (74 km) west north west of Cap la Hève, Seine Maritime, France by SM UC-17 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[43]
Melanie  Imperial Russian Navy World War I: The ship was sunk in the Black Sea off Cape Tarkhankut by SM UB-46 ( Imperial German Navy).[44]
Reime  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 51 nautical miles (94 km) south west of Dungeness, Kent, United Kingdom by SM UB-40 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[45]
Suffolk Coast  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was scuttled in the English Channel 14 nautical miles (26 km) east south east of Cape Barfleur, Seine-Inférieure by SM UC-17 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[46]
Thuhaug  Norway World War I: The coaster was sunk in the English Channel 35 nautical miles (65 km) off Cap La Hève by SM UC-17 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[47]

8 November

List of shipwrecks: 8 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Columbian  United States World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 50 nautical miles (93 km) north west of Cape Ortegal, Spain (44°18′N 9°20′W) by SM U-49 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[48]
Killellan  United Kingdom World War I: The collier was torpedoed and sunk in the English Channel 17 nautical miles (31 km) south west by south of the Colbart Lightship ( France) by SM UB-40 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][39][49]
Luigi Pastro  Italy World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Strait of Sicily off Maritimo Island (37°48′N 11°37′E) by SM U-34 ( Imperial German Navy).[50]
Raimi  Russia World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Gulf of Finland off Rauma, Finland by SM U-22 ( Imperial German Navy).[51]
Sheldrake  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk in the Strait of Sicily off Maritimo Island (37°54′N 11°41′E) by SM U-34 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived, but two of them were taken as prisoners of war.[3][52]
Vineyard  United Kingdom World War I: The trawler struck a mine and sank in the North Sea 13 nautical miles (24 km) east south east of Aberdeen with the loss of nine of her crew.[12]
HMS Zulu  Royal Navy World War I: The Tribal-class destroyer struck a mine placed by SM UC-1 ( Imperial German Navy) and broke in two in the North Sea off Gravelines, Pas-de-Calais, France with the loss of three of her 70 crew. The stern section sank. The bow section was towed to Calais and then Sheerness, Kent, United Kingdom where it was joined to the stern section of HMS Nubian to create HMS Zubian.[53]

9 November

List of shipwrecks: 9 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Balto  Germany World War I: The depôt ship was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean 70 nautical miles (130 km) north east of Cape Villano, Spain (43°00′N 9°00′W). Formerly a Norwegian cargo ship, she had been seized on 6 November by SM U-49 ( Imperial German Navy).[54]
HMS Fair Maid  Royal Navy World War I: The minesweeper struck a mine placed by SM UC 18 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea with the loss of five of her crew.[55]
Fordalen  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean 50 nautical miles (93 km) north west of Cape Villano by SM U-49 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[56]
Marga  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 16 nautical miles (30 km) north by west of Ouessant, Finistère, France by SM UC-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[57]
Sunniside  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster struck a mine placed by SM UC-4 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) east north east of Southwold, Suffolk with the loss of four of her crew.[58]

10 November

List of shipwrecks: 10 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
HMT Benton Castle  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-17 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the English Channel off Dartmouth, Devon with the loss of ten of her crew.[59]
Bogota  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 120 nautical miles (220 km) south west of Ouessant, Finistère, France (46°51′N 6°54′W) by SM U-50 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][60]
Camma  Norway World War I: The coaster was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) north west of the Segaras Lighthouse, Spain (43°17′N 9°09′W) by SM U-49 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[61]
Freja  Denmark World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 10 nautical miles (19 km) off Garrucha, Andalusia, Spain by SM U-64 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[62]
H.M.W.  United Kingdom World War I: The Thames barge struck a mine placed by SM UC-18 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the English Channel 1 nautical mile (1.9 km) north by west of the Boulogne Lightship ( France) with the loss of a crew member.[63]
SMS S57  Imperial German Navy World War I: The S49-class torpedo boat struck a mine in the Gulf of Finland and was consequently scuttled.[30]
Tripel  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) off Garrucha by SM U-64 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[64]
SMS V75  Imperial German Navy World War I: The V67-class destroyer struck two mines and sank in the Gulf of Finland.[30]

11 November

List of shipwrecks: 11 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Anna I  Russia World War I: The icebreaker struck a mine and sank in the White Sea.[65]
Astrid  Sweden World War I: The yacht was sunk in the Gulf of Finland off Rauma, Finland[66] by SM U-22 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[67][68]
Barbara  Greece World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean north west of Cape Ortegal, Spain (45°02′N 8°34′W) by SM U-49 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[69]
Daphne  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 30 nautical miles (56 km) off Start Point, Devon, United Kingdom by SM UC-16 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[70]
SMS G90  Imperial German Navy World War I: The G85-class torpedo boat struck a mine and sank in the Gulf of Finland off Reval, Estonia.[30]
Løkken  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 100 nautical miles (190 km) north of Cape Ortegal by SM U-50 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[71]
Morazan  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 145 nautical miles (269 km) south west by west of Ouessant (46°41′N 7°39′W) by SM U-50 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived, but her captain was taken as a prisoner of war.[3][72]
Ragnar  Denmark World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 100 nautical miles (190 km) north of Cape Finisterre, Spain (44°56′N 8°38′W) by SM U-49 ( Imperial German Navy).[73] Her 21 crew were rescued by Leda ( Netherlands).[68]
SMS S58  Imperial German Navy World War I: The S49-class torpedo boat struck a mine and sank in the Gulf of Finland off Reval.[30]
SMS S59  Imperial German Navy World War I: The S49-class torpedo boat struck a mine and sank in the Gulf of Finland off Reval.[30]
Sarah Radcliffe  United Kingdom World War I: The collier was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 170 nautical miles (310 km) south west of Ouessant (46°00′N 7°00′W) by SM U-50 ( Imperial German Navy).[3][74][75] Her 28 crew were rescued by Hudin ( Norway).[68]
Seirstad  Norway World War I: The coaster was sunk in the English Channel 10 nautical miles (19 km) south of the Longsands Lightship ( United Kingdom) (49°57′N 5°38′W) by SM UC-17 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[76]
SMS V72  Imperial German Navy World War I: The V67-class destroyer struck a mine and sank in the Gulf of Finland off Reval.[30]
SMS V76  Imperial German Navy World War I: The V67-class destroyer struck a mine and sank in the Gulf of Finland off Reval.[30]
Veronica  United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was scuttled in the English Channel 9 nautical miles (17 km) south east of Start Point by SM UC-16 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[12][77]

12 November

List of shipwrecks: 12 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Ioannis  Greece World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 150 nautical miles (280 km) north of Cape Finisterre, Spain (45°30′N 7°20′W) by SM U-50 ( Imperial German Navy).[78]
Kapunda  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo liner was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 205 nautical miles (380 km) east south east of Malta (35°00′N 18°39′W) by SM UB-43 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][79]
Lady Carrington  United Kingdom World War I: The collier was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 98 nautical miles (181 km) north west of Cape Ortegal, Spain (44°15′N 8°50′W) by SM U-49 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][39][80]
San Giovanni  Italy World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 110 nautical miles (200 km) north of Cape Ortegal by SM U-50 ( Imperial German Navy).[81]
Stylinai Bebis  Greece World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 150 nautical miles (280 km) north of Cape Finisterre (45°20′N 7°30′W) by SM U-50 ( Imperial German Navy).[82]
Therese  Denmark World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean of Cape Ortegal by SM U-49 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[83]
William P. Hood  United States The schooner was set afire and abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean (51°15′N 15°30′W). Her crew were rescued.[84]

13 November

List of shipwrecks: 13 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Bernicia  United Kingdom World War I: The passenger ship was scuttled in the English Channel 20 nautical miles (37 km) south south east of Beachy Head, Sussex by SM UB-38 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][85]
Caterham  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the English Channel 15 nautical miles (28 km) south south east of Beachy Head by SM UB-38 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][86]
Corinth  United Kingdom World War I: The collier was scuttled in the North Sea 28 nautical miles (52 km) south by east of Flamborough Head, Yorkshire (53°43′N 0°14′E) by SM UB-39 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][39][87]
Diamond  Sweden The wooden schooner was last heard from departing Drøbak bound for West Hartlepool. No information is available on the cause of her disappearance. Four casualties.[88]
Lela  Italy World War I: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean south west of Ouessant, Finistère, France (47°08′N 9°16′W) by SM U-50 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[89]
Lilloise  France World War I: The schooner was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean 12 nautical miles (22 km) west of Ouessant by SM UC-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[90]
Marie Thérese  France World War I: The schooner was sunk in the Bay of Biscay 32 nautical miles (59 km) south south west of Ar Men, Finistère (47°37′N 5°20′W) by SM UC-16 ( Imperial German Navy).[91]
Our Boys  United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was shelled and sunk in the North Sea off the coast of Norfolk by SM UB-37 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[12][92]
Riquette  France World War I: The schooner was sunk in the English Channel 27 nautical miles (50 km) south of the Isle of Wight, United Kingdom (50°15′N 0°45′W) by SM UB-38 ( Imperial German Navy).[93]
Saint Nicolas  France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the English Channel 25 nautical miles (46 km) north of Fécamp, Seine-Inférieure by SM UB-38 ( Imperial German Navy).[94]
Superb  United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was shelled and sunk in the North Sea off the coast of Norfolk by SM UB-37 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[12][95]
William Thomas Moore  United Kingdom The schooner was abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean (40°05′N 37°56′W). Her crew were rescued by Lowther Range ( United Kingdom).[96]

14 November

List of shipwrecks: 14 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Alcyon  France World War I: The schooner was sunk in the English Channel 25 nautical miles (46 km) north of Ouessant, Finistère by SM UC-17 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[97]
Burdigala  France World War I: The armed merchant cruiser, operating as a troopship, struck a mine and sank 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) off Kea, Greece (37°40′N 24°17′E with the loss of one life.[98]
Hatsuse  United Kingdom World War I: The trawler was shelled and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 86 nautical miles (159 km) south west of the Fastnet Rock (50°14′N 11°00′W) by SM U-50 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[12][99]
N.D. de Bon Secours  France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 10 nautical miles (19 km) south south west of the La Jument Lighthouse, Finistère by SM UC-16 ( Imperial German Navy).[100]
Nominoe  France World War I: The three-masted schooner was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 8 nautical miles (15 km) off Ar Men, Finistère by SM UC-16 ( Imperial German Navy).[101]
Oiz Mendi  Spain World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 54 nautical miles (100 km) south west of The Lizard, Cornwall, United Kingdom (49°09′N 5°15′W) by SM UC-17 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[102]
Marie Caroussi  Greece The cargo ship capsized off Jersey Channel islands. Eight survivors were rescued by Director ( United Kingdom).[103]
Polpedn  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the English Channel 20 nautical miles (37 km) south of Littlehampton, Sussex by SM UB-38 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][104]
Professeur Jalaguier  France World War I: The brigantine was sunk in the English Channel 25 nautical miles (46 km) east north east of Barfleur, Manche by SM UB-38 ( Imperial German Navy).[105]
Salangane  France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 18 nautical miles (33 km) west south west of Ar Men by SM UC-16 ( Imperial German Navy).[106]
Ullvang  Norway World War I: The coaster was sunk in the English Channel 30 nautical miles (56 km) off Cap la Hève, Seine-Inférieure, France (50°10′N 0°30′W) by SM UB-38 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[107]
No. 4  Imperial Japanese Navy The Holland-type submarine sank in the Inland Sea of Japan (approximately 34°30′N 133°00′E) due to an internal explosion with the loss of two of her sixteen crew. She was later raised, repaired and returned to service.[108]

15 November

List of shipwrecks: 15 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Briantais  France World War I: The barque was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 200 nautical miles (370 km) west of Ouessant, Finistère by SM U-49 ( Imperial German Navy).[109] Her crew were rescued.[110]
Crescendo  Canada The schooner was run into by a trawler and sank at Queenstown, County Cork, Ireland.[111]
F. Matarazzo  United Kingdom World War I: The collier was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 26 nautical miles (48 km) east north east of Linosa, Italy (35°05′N 13°20′E) by SM U-64 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][39][112]
La Rochejacquelein  France World War I: The three-masted barque was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 15 nautical miles (28 km) west south west of The Lizard, Cornwall, United Kingdom by SM UC-17 ( Imperial German Navy).[113]
Lorca  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 200 nautical miles (370 km) west of Ouessant by SM U-49 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of all 32 crew.[114]
Torridal  Norway World War I: The coaster was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 30 nautical miles (56 km) north east of Ouessant (48°50′N 4°39′W) by SM UC-17 ( Imperial German Navy).[115]

16 November

List of shipwrecks: 16 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Alphonse Marceline  Belgium World War I: The fishing vessel was sunk in the English Channel off Cap d'Antifer, Seine-Inférieure, France by SM UB-40 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of four crew.[116]
Antelope  Sweden The wooden barque was last heard from departing West Hartlepool bound for Uddevalla. No information is available on the cause of her disappearance. Ten casualties.[117]
HMT Anthony Hope  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-26 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the English Channel off Le Havre, Seine-Inférieure, France (49°31′N 0°02′W) with the loss of two of her crew.[118]
Dolfijn  Netherlands World War I: The sailing vessel was scuttled in the North Sea (56°50′N 4°20′E) by SM U-47 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[119]
Eugenie  France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the English Channel 35 nautical miles (65 km) south of The Lizard, Cornwall, United Kingdom by SM UC-17 ( Imperial German Navy).[120]
Fenja  Denmark World War I: The barque was sunk in the Baltic Sea 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) off Oxö, Sweden by SM U-75 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[121]
Joachim Brinch Lund  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the English Channel 60 nautical miles (110 km) east north east of Ouessant, Finistère, France (49°28′N 4°40′W) by SM UC-26 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of nine of her crew.[122]
Lobelia  France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the English Channel 14 nautical miles (26 km) north west of the Île de Batz, Finistère by SM UC-16 ( Imperial German Navy).[123]
Parnas  Norway World War I: The barque was scuttled in the North Sea (56°50′N 4°20′E) by SM U-47 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[124]
Petit Jean  France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the English Channel 38 nautical miles (70 km) south of The Lizard (49°20′N 5°08′W) by SM UC-17 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[125]
San Nicolao  Portugal World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel east north east of the Île de Batz (49°20′N 3°46′W) by SM UC-26 ( Imperial German Navy).[126]
Sunlight  United Kingdom The coaster was abandoned in the Bristol Channel. Her crew were rescued.[127]
SMS T29  Imperial German Navy The S7-class torpedo boat collided with another vessel and sank off Cuxhaven, Lower Saxony.[30]
Trevarrack  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk in the English Channel 25 nautical miles (46 km) west of the Les Hanois Lighthouse, Guernsey, Channel Islands (49°40′N 3°48′W) by SM UC-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][128]
Vanguard  United Kingdom World War I: The ketch was scuttled in the English Channel 18 nautical miles (33 km) north west of Cap d'Antifer by SM UB-40 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][129]
Vasco  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine placed by SM UC-16 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the English Channel 10 nautical miles (19 km) west by south of Beachy Head, Sussex (50°43′N 0°02′W with the loss of seventeen of her crew.[130]
Vega  Norway World War I: The passenger ship was sunk in the North Sea 24 nautical miles (44 km) south west of Haaboen, Rogaland (58°43′N 4°45′E). Her crew survived.[131]
Violet Courtney  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked in a gale at Ibiza, Spain. Her crew were rescued.[132]
Wilf Golding  Denmark The cargo ship collided with the barge Pure Oil ( United States) at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and was consequently beached.[133]

17 November

List of shipwrecks: 17 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Canganian  France World War I: The collier struck a mine placed by SM UC-29 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea off Montrose, Forfarshire with the loss of thirteen of her crew.[39][134]
Edward G. Hight  United States The schooner ran aground in Belfast Lough. She was refloated on 16 December.[135]
Emilia  Portugal World War I: The barque was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean off the Canary Islands, Spain by SM UC-20 ( Imperial German Navy).[136]
Fred A. Davenport  United States The schooner was driven ashore at Cape Frances, Dominican Republic and wrecked with some loss of life.[132]
Mansuri  United Kingdom The collier was lost on this date.[74]
Monia  United Kingdom The cargo ship foundered in the Irish Sea off Puffin Island, Anglesey. Her crew were rescued by the Moelfre Lifeboat.[137]
Saint Rogatien  France World War I: The barque was torpedoed, shelled and sunk in the English Channel off Dieppe, Seine-Inférieure (50°25′N 0°08′E) by SM UB-40 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of five of her crew.[138]
St. Christophe  France The schooner was wrecked on the Cherrystones, in the Bristol Channel Her eight crew were rescued and the ship's dog survived. St. Christophe was on a voyage from Blaye, Gironde to Swansea, Glamorgan, United Kingdom.[139]
T. A. Scott, Jr.  United States The tug collided with the merchant submarine Deutschland ( Germany) while escorting Deutschland from New London, Connecticut, to the open ocean and sank immediately with the loss of her entire crew of five. Deutschland suffered no casualties but had to return to New London for repairs to her bow.[140]
White Swan  United Kingdom The cargo ship was driven ashore at Gorleston, Suffolk, England. Her twenty crew were rescued by rocket apparatus.[141]

18 November

List of shipwrecks: 18 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Fulvia  Denmark The schooner foundered in Dundrum Bay with the loss of one of her seven crew.[141]
Kenneth C.  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore at Clogerhead, County Louth and was wrecked. Her crew were rescued.[142]
Marie Celine  United Kingdom The sailing vessel was driven ashore at Clogerhead and was wrecked. Her crew were rescued.[142]
Minde  Norway The barque was driven ashore at Craster, Northumberland, United Kingdom and wrecked with the loss of seven of her thirteen crew.[141]
Shelton Abbey  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore at Rosslare Harbour, County Wexford. Her crew were rescued.[142]
Taffy  United Kingdom The collier foundered off Waterford Harbour, County Waterford. Her crew were rescued.[141]

19 November

List of shipwrecks: 19 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Agnes  Denmark The schooner was driven ashore at Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, United Kingdom. Her crew were rescued by rocket apparatus.[143]
Bessheim  Norway The passenger ship ran aground at the mouth of the River Tyne. All on board were rescued.[141] She was refloated on 25 November.[144]
Concezione  Italy The cargo ship foundered in the Atlantic Ocean 12 nautical miles (22 km) off Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain. Her 24 crew were rescued by a Spanish merchant vessel.[103][145]
HMS Fame  Royal Navy The Q-ship was lost on this date.[39]
Finn  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 40 nautical miles (74 km) west by south of Portland Bill, Dorset, United Kingdom (50°06′N 2°45′W) by SM UC-26 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[146]
Freya  Denmark The sailing vessel was driven ashore at Burnmouth, Berwickshire, United Kingdom and was wrecked with the loss of one of her six crew.[141]
Heistad  Norway The schooner was driven ashore at Montrose, Fife, United Kingdom and was wrecked. Her crew were rescued.[103][143]
Jarstein  Norway The schooner was driven ashore at Kingsbarns, Fife and was wrecked. Her crew were rescued.[143]
Jolani  Sweden The barque was wrecked at Goswick, Northumberland. Her crew were rescued.[127]
Manga Reva  United States The barque foundered with the loss of all hands.[147]
Maria di Pompei  Italy World War I: The barquentine was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off Sicily (37°05′N 14°25′E) by SM U-72 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived, they were rescued by Tchad ( France).[148]
Muristan  United Kingdom The cargo ship was driven ashore at Blyth, Northumberland and was wrecked with the loss of eighteen of her 32 crew.[141][149]
Rurik  Imperial Russian Navy World War I: The armoured cruiser struck a mine and sank in the Baltic Sea off Hochland, Germany. Her crew survived.[150] The ship was later refloated, repaired and returned to service.
Spica  Norway The cargo ship was driven ashore at Blyth. Her crew were rescued.[141]
Waterford  United Kingdom The cargo ship foundered in the North Sea off the coast of Essex. Her crew were rescued.[142]

20 November

List of shipwrecks: 20 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Alma  Denmark The schooner was driven ashore at Lunan, Forfarshire, United Kingdom and wrecked with the loss of one of her six crew.[143]
Argus  Sweden The barque was driven ashore at Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom. Her ten crew were rescued.[143]
H. C. Grube  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore at Montrose. Her crew were rescued.[103] She was refloated on 23 November.[144]
Maria Libera  Italy The brig was wrecked at Marseilles, Bouches-du-Rhône, France with the loss of all hands.[103]
Rob Roy  United States The four-masted schooner sprang a leak and foundered in the Atlantic Ocean 90 nautical miles (170 km) north east of Madeira, Portugal. Her crew survived.[144]
Spetzai  Greece World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine and sank at Piraeus. She was later refloated, repaired and returned to service.[151]
Talisman  Sweden The barque was driven ashore at East Haven, Forfarshire and was wrecked. Her ten crew were rescued.[103][143]
Vanguard  United Kingdom The tug foundered in the River Clyde at Govan, Renfrewshire.[143]

21 November

List of shipwrecks: 21 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Alameda  United Kingdom The schooner was wrecked at El Puerto de Santa María, Cadíz, Spain.[127]
Alice  France World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 23 nautical miles (43 km) north west of Saint-Valery-en-Caux, Seine-Inférieure (50°20′N 0°38′E) by SM UB-40 ( Imperial German Navy).[152]
HMHS Britannic  United Kingdom (40pxRed Cross): World War I: The hospital ship, a converted Olympic-class ocean liner, struck a mine in the Kea Channel 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) off Kea, Greece (37°42′05″N 24°17′02″E) and sank with the loss of 30 of the 1,066 people on board. Survivors were rescued by HMS Foresight, HMS Foxhound, HMS Heroic, HMS Scourge (all  Royal Navy); the tug Goliath ( France) and a Greek caïque.
Cap Lihou  France World War I: The schooner was sunk in the English Channel 20 nautical miles (37 km) north west of Sept Îles, Finistère by SM UC-26 ( Imperial German Navy).[153]
Faunus  Sweden World War I: The coaster struck a mine placed by SM UC-17 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea 14 nautical miles (26 km) south by east of Flamborough Head, Yorkshire, United Kingdom.[154] Six of her crew perished.[117]
Florence E. Melanson  United Kingdom The schooner was driven ashore on Briar Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. Her crew were rescued.[96]
Helena  Netherlands World War I: The cargo ship struck a mine and sank in the North Sea 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) south east of the Cross Sand Lightship ( United Kingdom) (52°34′N 2°00′E).[155]

22 November

List of shipwrecks: 22 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Brierton  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in Atlantic Ocean 32 nautical miles (59 km) south west of Ouessant, Finistère, France (48°00′N 5°32′W) by SM UC-26 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[156]
City of Mexico  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 32 nautical miles (59 km) off Beachy Head, Sussex, United Kingdom by SM UB-40 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[157]
Fugas  Imperial Russian Navy World War I: The minesweeper struck a mine placed by SM UC-27 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank off the coast of Finland with the loss of eight of her crew.[158]
Grenada  United Kingdom World War I: The four-masted barque was shelled and sunk in the English Channel 32 nautical miles (59 km) south west by west of Beachy Head (50°24′N 0°07′W) by SM UB-40 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][159]
Houlgate  France World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 23 nautical miles (43 km) south east of the Owers Lightship ( United Kingdom) by SM UB-19 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[160]
Sara  Norway The barque was abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean (46°51′N 23°29′W).[161]
Trym  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 9 nautical miles (17 km) west north west of Ar Men, Finistère by SM UC-26 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[162]

23 November

List of shipwrecks: 23 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Angelica Maersk  Denmark The cargo ship collided with Cupica ( United States in the English Channel and was consequently beached at Sandgate, Kent, United Kingdom.[127][163] She was refloated later that day.[161]
Arthur  Sweden World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Skaggerak 6 nautical miles (11 km) off Skagen, Denmark[164] by SM U-75 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[165]
HMHS Braemar Castle  United Kingdom World War I: The hospital ship struck a mine placed by SM U-73 ( Imperial German Navy) and was damaged in the Mykoni Channel with the loss of four lives. She was beached but was later refloated.[166]
Dansted  Denmark World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 15 nautical miles (28 km) west of Ar Men, Finistère, France (49°01′N 5°32′W) by SM UC-26 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[167]
Hendrick  France World War I: The fishing vessel was sunk in the English Channel off Cap d'Antifer, Manche by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy).[168]
Margherita F.  Italy World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Tyrrhenian Sea by SM U-72 ( Imperial German Navy).[169]
St. Christophe  France The schooner was wrecked at Mumbles, Glamorgan, United Kingdom.[127]

24 November

List of shipwrecks: 24 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
HMT Dhoon  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-19 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea off the Newarp Lightship ( United Kingdom) with the loss of twelve of her crew.[170]
Jerseyman  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was torpedoed and sunk in the English Channel south west of Beachy Head, Sussex by SM UB-19 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][171]
Øifjeld  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel north west of Pointe d'Ailly, Seine Maritime, France by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[172]
Padang  Norway The barque ran aground on Molène, Finistère, France and was a total loss. Her crew were rescued.[144]

25 November

List of shipwrecks: 25 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Alfred De Courcy  France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 22 nautical miles (41 km) north north west of Ouessant, Finistère (48°50′N 5°05′W) by SM UC-26 ( Imperial German Navy).[173]
HMT Burnley  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-4 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea off Orfordness, Suffolk with the loss of all nineteen crew.[174]
Emlynverne  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was shelled and sunk in the English Channel 30 nautical miles (56 km) north west by north of Cap d'Antifer, Seine-Inférieure, France (49°57′N 0°30′W) by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][175]
Malvina  France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 15 nautical miles (28 km) off Ouessant (48°50′N 5°05′W) by SM UC-26 ( Imperial German Navy).[176]
Michael  Greece World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the Mediterranean Sea 45 nautical miles (83 km) north of Cape Ténès, Algeria (37°12′N 0°18′E) by SM U-38 ( Imperial German Navy).[177]
Petra  Norway The cargo ship ran aground on the Goodwin Sands, Kent, United Kingdom. Her crew were rescued by the Deal Lifeboat. Petra was refloated the next day.[144]

26 November

List of shipwrecks: 26 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Chemung  United States World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 14 nautical miles (26 km) east of Cabo de Gata, Andalusia, Spain by SM U-38 ( Imperial German Navy).[178] Her crew were rescued by a Spanish merchant ship.[179]
Christoforos  Greece World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Gulf of Genoa 25 nautical miles (46 km) south west of Genoa, Liguria, Italy by SM U-72 ( Imperial German Navy).[180]
HMT Finross  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-14 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the Aegean Sea off Gallipoli, Turkey.[181]
HMT Michaelmas Daisy  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-14 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the Ionian Sea off Santa Maria di Leuca, Lecce, Italy with the loss of all twelve of her crew.[182]
Mira  Portugal The cargo ship collided with Arundo ( Netherlands) in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Spain and sank. Her crew were rescued by Arundo.[183]
HMT Narval  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler was sunk in the North Sea 9 nautical miles (17 km) north of the Shipwash Lightship ( United Kingdom) by a Kaiserliche Marine destroyer. Her crew were taken as prisoners of war.[184]
Romance  Norway World War I: The barge was scuttled in the North Sea 100 nautical miles (190 km) east north east of the mouth of the River Tyne by SM UC-30 ( Imperial German Navy).[185]
Suffren  French Navy World War I: The Suffren-class battleship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 90 nautical miles (170 km) west of Lisbon, Portugal (39°10′N 10°48′W) by SM U-52 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of all 648 crew.

27 November

List of shipwrecks: 27 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Belle Ile  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 16 nautical miles (30 km) south west of Start Point, Devon, United Kingdom by SM UB-19 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[186]
Borø  Norway World War I: The coaster was sunk in the English Channel 20 nautical miles (37 km) north north west of Jersey, Channel Islands (49°35′N 3°04′W) by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[187]
Carnak  France World War I: The passenger ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 70 nautical miles (130 km) south south east of Valletta, Malta by SM U-32 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of seventeen lives.[188]
City of Birmingham  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo liner was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 90 nautical miles (170 km) south east of Malta (35°10′N 15°41′E) by SM U-32 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of four lives.[189] Survivors were rescued by HMHS Letitia ( Royal Navy).[190]
Margarita  Greece World War I: The cargo ship was shelled and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea north west of Alexandria, Egypt (33°10′N 28°10′E) by SM U-39 ( Imperial German Navy).[3][191]
Maude Larssen  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the Strait of Sicily 22 nautical miles (41 km) west south west of Maritimo Island, Italy (37°59′N 11°34′E) by SM U-63 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][192]
Perra  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 8 nautical miles (15 km) north of the Casquets, Channel Islands (49°52′N 2°23′W) by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[193]
Reapwell  United Kingdom World War I: The collier was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 148 nautical miles (274 km) north west by north of Alexandria by SM U-39 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived, but her captain was taken as a prisoner of war.[3][74][194]
Rhona  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was scuttled in the English Channel 19 nautical miles (35 km) north west by north of Guernsey, Channel Islands by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][195]
Salvatore Ciampa  Italy World War I: The full-rigged ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea south east of Toulon, Var, France by SM U-72 ( Imperial German Navy).[196]
Visborg  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 14 nautical miles (26 km) south east of Start Point, Devon by SM UB-19 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[197]

28 November

List of shipwrecks: 28 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Alert  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was scuttled in the English Channel 6 nautical miles (11 km) east north east of the Owers Lightship ( United Kingdom) by SM UB-39 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][198]
Alison  United Kingdom World War I: The coaster was scuttled in the English Channel 8 nautical miles (15 km) east south east of the Owers Lightship ( United Kingdom) (50°34′N 0°26′W) by SM UB-39 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][199]
Amphitrite  United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was shelled and sunk in the English Channel 24 nautical miles (44 km) west by south of Portland Bill, Dorset by SM UB-37 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[12][200]
Arthur J. Parker  United Kingdom The schooner was set afire and abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean. Her crew were rescued by Rockingham (flag unknown).[201]
Auguste Marie  France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the English Channel about 30 nautical miles (56 km) north west of Ouessant, Finistère (48°58′N 5°05′W) by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived; they were rescued by Grondeur ( French Navy).[202]
Catena  United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was shelled and sunk in the English Channel 25 nautical miles (46 km) south west by south of Berry Head, Devon by SM UB-37 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[12][203]
Clematis  United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was scuttled in the English Channel 35 nautical miles (65 km) south east of Start Point, Devon by SM UC-21 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[12][204]
Diligence  United Kingdom World War I: The fishing ketch was sunk in the English Channel 25 nautical miles (46 km) off Berry Head by SM UB-37 ( Imperial German Navy).[205]
King Malcolm  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 144 nautical miles (267 km) north west by north of Alexandria, Egypt by SM U-39 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived, but her captain was taken as a prisoner of war.[3][206]
Lady of the Lake  United Kingdom World War I: The ketch was shelled and sunk in the English Channel 35 nautical miles (65 km) south east of Start Point, Devon by SM UC-21 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][207]
Lucienne  Spain World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 35 nautical miles (65 km) north west of Ouessant by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy).[208]
Moresby  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 120 nautical miles (220 km) north west by north of Alexandria by SM U-39 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of 33 crew.[3][209]
HMT Pelagia  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-21 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the English Channel off the Nab Lightship ( United Kingdom) with the loss of twelve of her crew.[210]
Provident  United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was scuttled in the English Channel 24 nautical miles (44 km) west by south of Portland Bill by SM UB-37 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[12][211]
Ramsgarth  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the English Channel 11 nautical miles (20 km) east by south of the Owers Lightship ( United Kingdom) by SM UB-39 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][212]
Sea Lark  United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was shelled and sunk in the English Channel 25 nautical miles (46 km) south east of Berry Head by SM UB-37 ( Imperial German Navy).[12][213]
Sigurd  Denmark World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 15 nautical miles (28 km) off Cape Spartivento, Italy (38°34′N 8°44′E) by SM U-63 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[214]
Vulcan  United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was scuttled in the English Channel 28 nautical miles (52 km) south east by east of Berry Head by SM UC-21 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[12][215]

29 November

List of shipwrecks: 29 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Georgietta  United States The schooner was abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean. Her crew were rescued by Borghild (flag unknown).[216]
Grace  United Kingdom World War I: The schooner was scuttled in the English Channel 40 nautical miles (74 km) south east of Start Point, Devon by SM UB-39 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][217]
HMT Lord Airedale  Royal Navy World War I: The naval trawler struck a mine placed by SM UC-11 ( Imperial German Navy) and sank in the North Sea off the Sunk Lightship ( United Kingdom) with the loss of seven of her crew.[218]
Luciston  United Kingdom World War I: The collier was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) off Delimara Point, Malta by SM UC-22 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[39][219]
Minnewaska  United Kingdom World War I: The troopship struck a mine placed by SM UC-23 ( Imperial German Navy) and was damaged in Suda Bay, Crete, Greece. She was beached but was declared a total loss.[220]
Saint Philippe  France World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the English Channel 10 nautical miles (19 km) west south west of Guernsey, Channel Islands (49°25′N 3°06′W) by SM UB-39 ( Imperial German Navy) with the loss of nine of her crew.[221]

30 November

List of shipwrecks: 30 November 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Arthur H. Wight  United Kingdom The schooner was abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean. Her crew were rescued.[84]
Aud  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean (50°19′N 5°33′W) by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew were rescued by Alu Mendi ( Spain).
Behrend  United Kingdom World War I: The schooner was scuttled in the English Channel 35 nautical miles (65 km) south west of Portland Bill, Dorset by SM UB-19 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][222]
Christabel  United Kingdom World War I: The sailing vessel was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean 10 nautical miles (19 km) north by west of St. Ives, Cornwall (50°20′N 5°40′W) by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[223]
Concord  United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was scuttled in the English Channel 28 nautical miles (52 km) south east of Start Point, Devon by SM UB-37 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[12][224]
Draupner  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 30 nautical miles (56 km) north of Ouessant, Finistère, France (48°58′N 5°21′W) by SM UC-21 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[225]
Eggesford  United Kingdom World War I: The cargo ship was sunk by enemy action. Her crew were rescued.[110]
Egholm  Denmark World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 8 nautical miles (15 km) north north west of Pendeen Head, Cornwall (50°16′N 5°48′W) by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[226]
E.L.G.  United Kingdom World War I: The fishing smack was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 25 nautical miles (46 km) north west of Trevose Head, Cornwall by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[227]
HMT Eskburn  Royal Navy The naval trawler was lost on this date.[39]
Gaete  France World War I: The schooner was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 10 nautical miles (19 km) north of the Créac'h Lighthouse, Finistère by SM UB-23 ( Imperial German Navy).[228]
Harald  Norway World War I: The cargo ship was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean off Ouessant (49°10′N 3°40′W) by SM UB-39 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[229]
Marie Marguerite  France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean off St. Ives, Cornwall by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy).[230]
Nagata Maru  Japan World War I: The cargo ship was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean 40 nautical miles (74 km) north east of Ouessant by SM UB-39 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[231]
Njaal  Norway World War I: The coaster was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 15 nautical miles (28 km) north west of Pendeen by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[232]
Roma  United Kingdom World War I: The schooner was scuttled in the Tyrrhenian Sea 150 nautical miles (280 km) west south west of Naples, Italy (39°06′N 10°38′E) by SM U-63 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[3][233]
Saint Ansbert  France World War I: The sailing vessel was scuttled in the Atlantic Ocean 20 nautical miles (37 km) west of Trevose Head (50°43′N 5°33′W) by SM UB-18 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew survived.[234]
San Antonio  Italy World War I: The barque was sunk in the Mediterranean Sea 6 nautical miles (11 km) off Aschia Island (40°36′N 13°50′E) by SM U-32 ( Imperial German Navy).[235]
Thérèse  France World War I: The sailing vessel was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean 32 nautical miles (59 km) north by west of Ouessant by SM UC-21 ( Imperial German Navy). Her crew were rescued by Fanion ( French Navy).[236]
SM UB-19  Imperial German Navy World War I: The Type UB II submarine was shelled and sunk in the English Channel (49°56′N 2°45′W) by HMS Penshurst ( Royal Navy) with the loss of eight of her 24 crew.[237]

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List of shipwrecks: Unknown date 1916
ShipCountryDescription
Albin  Sweden The schooner foundered in the North Sea. Her crew were rescued.[127]
SM U-56  Imperial German Navy The Type U 51 submarine was lost in the Barents Sea after 3 November with the loss of all hands.[238]
SM UC-15  Imperial German Navy The Type UC I submarine was lost in the Black Sea during a minelaying operation near the Romanian port of Sulina, being sunk by her own mines.[239][240] This was probably caused by an encounter with the torpedo boat Smeul ( Romanian Naval Forces), whose captain surprised a German submarine near Sulina in November 1916, the latter reportedly never returning to her base at Varna. This could only be UC-15, whose systems most likely malfunctioned after being forced to submerge in the shallow waters, upon encountering the Romanian torpedo boat.[241]

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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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