SS Mutlah was a 3,393-ton steamship built for the Nourse Line in about 1906 by Charles Connell & Company Limited, Glasgow, Scotland. She had triple expansion, 425-nhp (317-Kw) steam engines driving a single screw.
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|Fate:||Disappeared 29 December 1923|
|Tonnage:||3641 gross register tons|
|Length:||106.56 m (349 ft 7 in)|
|Beam:||13.41 m (44 ft0 in)|
|Draught:||5.91 m (19 ft 5 in)|
|Propulsion:||Triple expansion steam engine 425 hp (317 kW), one shaft|
|Destination||Date of Arrival||Number of Passengers||Deaths During Voyage|
|Trinidad||4 September 1908||415||7|
|Suriname||2 May 1909||834||n/a|
|Trinidad||29 August 1909||832||8|
|Trinidad||7 October 1910||770||13|
|Trinidad||25 January 1911||842||9|
|Fiji||22 May 1911||834||n/a|
|Fiji||18 August 1911||863||n/a|
|Trinidad||28 December 1911||705||2|
|Suriname||14 May 1912||842||9|
|Trinidad||14 October 1912||445||1|
|Trinidad||5 February 1913||317||2|
|Suriname||23 June 1913||n/a||n/a|
|Trinidad||26 November 1913||209||0|
|Trinidad||20 January 1914||279||0|
|Fiji||7 May 1915||852||n/a|
|Fiji||1 August 1915||812||n/a|
In 1921 she was purchased by Soc di Nav Latina, Naples, Italy. In 1923 she was purchased by Occidens Soc. Anon di Nav, Genoa, Italy.
On 29 December 1923 she was in the Mediterranean Sea west-southwest of Sardinia on a voyage from Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy, to Antwerp, Belgium, with a cargo of grain when she sent a distress signal, reporting her position as 38°40′N 006°34′E. She then disappeared without trace. She is presumed to have foundered with the loss of all hands.
- "Casualty reports". The Times (42368). London. 25 March 1920. col D, p. 25.
- wrecksite.eu SS Mutlah (+1923)
- "Reinsurance rates". The Times (43549). London. 15 January 1924. col E, p. 18.