One mile south of Kungsgrund, Westervik approach



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John Mozolak Jr. NEW YORK SHIPS TO FOREIGN PORTS “C” Ships

moz40272@msn.com 9.1939 thru 8.1945 Page

C. A. CANFIELD: Am S/T 1913 6,161gt

1941: 5/21; 6/6; 6/22; 7/10; 7/25

1942: 3/21; 8/5R

1943: 1/18


C. F. LILJEVALCH: Swe S/S 1920 5,492gt

Arr 1940: 1/26

8/17/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by Soviet submarine L-3, one mile south of Kungsgrund, Westervik approach.

Voyage: Lulea (Sweden) in convoy for Germany with iron ore.


C. H. M. JONES: Am (EC2) 1944 7,176gt

1944: 9/27 1945: 1/22


C. H. SPEDDON: Br S/Tug 1931 214gt (ex American 1941)

1941: 8/16


C. J. BARKDULL: Am S/T 1917 6,773gt

1939: 11/4

Arr 1940: As Panamanian 9/20

1941: As Panamanian 4/30 voyage abandoned-clearance cancelled; 5/1; 9/9

1942: As Panamanian 10/19R; 12/10

1/10/1943: As Panamanian ship, torpedoed and sunk by U632 in North Atlantic after dropping out of convoy.

Voyage: New York (lv 12/12/42) in convoy UGS 3 for Casablanca with dirty oil.
C. O. STILLMAN: Pan M/T 1928 13,006gt

1939: 10/9 detained 10/11- will proceed 10/13 clearance cancelled-10/17 detained-will proceed 10/19

Arr 1940: 7/3; 9/4; 9/24; 10/11; 11/1; 11/20; 12/9; 12/31

1941: 1/20; 2/8; 3/29; 4/16; 5/6; 5/27; 6/18; 7/5; 7/26; 8/16; 9/5; 9/24; 10/31; 11/19; 12/8; 12/26

1942: 1/13; 2/5; 3/16; 5/15

6/6/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U68 about 48nm southwest of Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico at 17 33N-67 55W.

Voyage: Aruba for New York.
CABEDELLO: Brazil S/S 1912 3,557gt

1941: 10/31 1942: 2/6

2/26/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by Italian submarine Da Vinci in southwest North Atlantic at approx 16N-42 30W.

No survivors. Voyage: New York (lv 2/7), and Philadelphia for Rio de Janeiro with coal and general.


CABEDELO: Brazil S/S Reefer 1945 3,142gt

1945: 8/20


CACALILAO: Am S/T 1919 6,913gt

1943: 3/13; 9/14; 11/23; 12/22

1944: 1/21; 2/21; 8/2; 9/28
CACHAPOAL: Chile S/S 1926 3,010gt

1940: 4/29; 7/18; 10/21

1941: 1/7; 1/14; 4/5; 5/15; 7/16; 10/30

1942: 1/7; 4/11

1944: 7/14
CACIQUE: Am S/S 1918 2,718gt

1939: 9/26

Arr 1940: 1/18; 2/13; 3/11; 4/8; 5/6; 6/3; 7/1; 7/29; 8/26; 9/23; 10/21; 11/18; 12/16

1941: 1/18; 2/12; 3/12; 4/9; 5/7; 6/4; 7/2; 7/30; 8/28; 9/25; 10/22; 11/19; 12/17

1942: 1/17; 3/15; 4/27

1944: 4/20; 6/9; 7/24; 9/7; 10/27; 12/11

1945: 1/27; 3/10; 4/14; 5/24; 6/28; 8/6
CADDO: Am (T2) 1942 10,172gt

1942: 7/25; 9/11

11/23/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U518 in mid-North Atlantic at 42 25N-48 27W. Voyage: Baytown (lv 11/11) and

from Key West sailed independently for Reykjavik with diesel oil, fuel oil and high octane gasoline.

CADILLAC: Br S/T 1917 12,062gt

Arr 1940: 12/9 1941: 1/14

3/1/1941: Torpedoed and sunk by U552 about 165nm northwest of Butt of Lewis at 59 44N-11 16W.

Voyage: Aruba, and Halifax (lv 2/13) in convoy HX 109 for Avonmouth with aviation gasoline.


CADMUS: Nor S/S 1926 1,855gt

Arr 1940: 7/5; 8/3; 11/19; 11/22; 12/14

1941: 10/6; 10/29; 11/26; 12/30

1942: 3/7; 4/20

7/1/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U129 about 290nm east of Tampico at 22 50N-92 30W.

Voyage: Tela (lv 6/20) for Galveston with bananas.


CADUCEUS: Br S/S 1927 4,364gt

1941: 6/20 1942: 3/7; 9/18


CAESAR RODNEY: Am (EC2) 1942 7,191gt

1942: 11/4R

1943: 7/13; 9/8; 11/4

1944: 1/20; 5/25; 12/8

1945: 4/17; 7/21
CAHAWBA: Am (T2) 1944 10,172gt

1944: 6/15; 7/17; 8/19; 10/12

1945: 4/7; 5/26
CAIRNESK: Br S/S Reefer 1926/5,007gt

1942: 2/9; 4/23; 6/29; 10/17; 12/19


CAIRNVALONA: Br S/S Reefer 1918 4,929gt

1942: 3/9; 5/12; 9/16

10/26/1942: Damaged in air attack north of Firth of Forth. She sailed from Montreal for the Tyne with general cargo.
CAITHNESS: Br M/V 1935 4,970gt

1943: 3/23; 6/22; 8/18

5/11/1941: Damaged in air attack in St. George’s Channel about 10nm north of St. David’s Head at 52 03N-05 24W

Proceeded to Belfast arr 5/12. Voyage: Barry to Freetown with coal.


CALAMARES: Am S/S Reefer 1913 7,622gt

1939: 11/24; 12/8; 12/22

Arr 1940: 1/5; 1/19; 2/2; 2/16; 3/1; 3/15; 4/4; 4/**; 5/9; 5/23; 6/6; 6/**; 7/17; 7/31; 8/14; 8/28; 9/11; 9/25; 10/10; 10/23; 11/**;

12/4; 12/18

1941: 1/3; 1/17; 1/31; 2/14; 2/28; 3/14; 3/29; 4/12; 5/3; 5/24; 7/5; 7/26; 8/15; 8/30; 9/20; 10/11; 11/1; 11/22

1942: 1/7

1942: To USN as stores ship USS Calamares (AF-18).
CALANDA: Switzerland S/S 1913 4,163gt (ex ANITA-Pan 1940; LETTONIA-Latvia 1940)

1941: 3/12; 7/11; 10/11

1942: 4/11
CALEB SPRAGUE: Br S/S (N3-S-A1) 1943 1,813gt

1943: 9/3

1/31/1944: Torpedoed and sunk by E-boat in Dover Strait about 10mi southeast of Beachy Head.

Voyage: London in convoy CW 243 for Newport in ballast.


CALEB STRONG: Am (EC2-LTS) 1942 7,176gt

1943: 3/18; 5/27 1945: 5/22; 8/4


CALGAROLITE: Br/Can M/T 1929 11,941gt

1941: 11/24 delayed-proceeding 11/26; 12/14

1942: 4/29

5/9/1942: Sunk by torpedo and gunfire from U125 about 64nm west of Grand Cayman Island at 19 24N-82 30W.

Voyage: New York (lv 4/30), and Hampton Roads sailing independently for Kingston and Cartagena in ballast.

CALGARY: Br S/S 1921 7,206gt

Arr 1940: 10/8 1945: 8/4
CALIFORNIA: Am S/T 1921 10,388gt

1942: 2/22 1945: 3/17


CALIFORNIA EXPRESS: Nor M/V Reefer 1934 3,649gt

1942: 4/16 delayed-proceeding 4/18; 5/28; 7/1; 8/8; 9/11; 10/17

1943: 2/15; 9/1; 10/16; 12/31

1944: 1/18; 2/29; 5/20; 7/1; 8/10; 9/19; 10/28

1945: 1/18; 4/23; 5/29 detained engine trouble-proceeding 6/2; 7/7; 8/9
CALIFORNIAN: Am M/V 1922 5,908gt

1939: 10/20

1940: Transferred to UK renamed Empire Kite*. Renamed again Empire Seal*(sunk).
CALLABEE: Am (T2) 1944 10,172gt

1944: 6/17; 6/23; 7/25; 8/26; 9/28


CALLIOPE: Pan M/T 1926 8,426gt

1939: 12/8

Arr 1940: 5/11; 8/16

1941: 3/24; 11/24 delayed-proceeding 11/27

1942: 3/14; 6/23

1943: 2/11 delayed for repairs-expected to proceed 2/17 clearance cancelled-clearing for Aruba with cargo 2/20; 3/27; 5/6;

6/19; 8/19 detained waiting navy orders-now proceeding 8/25; 9/8 detained waiting navy orders-proceeding 9/15; 12/27

1944: 2/2; 3/1; 3/31; 4/29; 5/26; 6/29; 9/2; 9/30; 11/18

1945: 4/17
CALLIROY: Pan S/T 1922 8,432gt (ex SANTA MARIA-Am 1941)

1941: 6/28; 8/30; 9/22; 10/11

1945: 7/12
CALMAR: Am S/S 1920 5,786gt

1942: 10/9

1943: 4/28; 7/20; 11/13

1944: 3/6; 5/10; 7/24; 9/22

1945: Transferred to USSR renamed Samarkand.
CALOBRE: Pan S/S 1919 6,891gt (ex EGREMONT-Am 1941)

1941: 4/25; 8/30; 12/29

1942: 3/28

1943: 5/12; 12/18; 12/29

1944: 9/14; 12/8

1945: Transferred to USSR renamed Borodino.

12/31/1942: Damaged by shellfire from KM pocket battleship Lutzow in the Battle of Barents Sea.

Voyage: Loch Ewe (lv 12/22) in convoy JW51B for Murmansk.


CALORIA: Am S/T 1906 4,095gt

1943: 12/7


CALUMET: Br S/S Reefer 1923 7,268gt

1941: 4/23 1943: 7/15 1944: 9/22; 12/2 1945: 5/19


CALUSA: Am (T2) 1942 10,172gt

1944: 1/27; 3/15


CALVIN AUSTEN: Am (EC2) 1944 7,176gt

1945: 1/2; 5/15


CALVIN COLLIDGE: Am (EC2-LTS) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 2/27; 6/6; 8/21

6/19/1945: Mined in English Channel about 12nm southeast of Lizard Point at 49 50N-04 57W. Damage light.

Voyage: Le Havre (lv 6/18) for Boston with troops on board.


CALYPSO: Am Schooner No Information

1/25/1943 Cleared for Roseau, Dominica BWI with 31 tons general, 4 crew (Marine Servicing)


CALYPSO: Du S/S 1911 2,258gt

1939: 9/1; 10/6; 11/10; 12/15

Arr 1940: 1/16; 2/19;

1940: Taken over by Germany renamed Norma. 12/27/41: Sunk at Vaagso.


CAMAGUEY: Cuba S/S 1931 1,399gt

1941: 8/26


CAMAMU: Brazil S/S 1911 4,613gt

1939: 9/29; 10/13

Arr 1940: 5/29

1941: 7/11; 9/29; 10/10

1943: 8/9 detained for repairs-proceeding 8/15

1944: 1/26

1945: 5/4
CAMAS MEADOWS: Am (T2) 1943 10,172gt

1943: 10/20 1944: 1/28; 2/16 1945: 5/12

1/6/1944: In collision with and sinking gunboat USS St. Augustine (PG-54) few miles from shore and about 18nm

northeast from Assateague Island Lighthouse, Virginia at 38 04N-75 06W.


CAMBRIDGE: Br S/S Reefer 1916 10,846gt

Arr 1940: 2/26

11/7/1940: Mined about 6nm east of Point Wilson’s Promontory, Bass Strait, Australia. Sank next day. Mines laid by KM

auxiliary minelayer Passat between 10/29 and 11/2.

Voyage: Cardiff for Brisbane with tinplate, sawdust in bags and timber.
CAMBRIDGE: Honduras S/S 1896 1,568gt

1943: 7/28


CAMERATA: Br S/S 1931 4,875gt

1943: 2/11 delayed waiting orders-clearance cancelled 2/13

5/7-8/1943: Torpedoed by Italian two man submersible at Gibraltar. Beached. Total Loss.

Voyage: Arrived at Gibraltar from Lisbon in ballast.


CAMERONIA: Br S/S Pass-Reefer 1920 16,297gt

1939: 9/15; 10/21; 11/21

Arr 1940: 2/13; 4/2; 5/17; 6/24; 7/30; 9/10; 10/29

12/22/1942: Torpedoed by U565 about 21nm northeast of Bougie, Algeria at 37 03N-05 24E. Arr Bougie on same day.

Towed to Gibraltar for TempR. Arr in Glasgow 3/43 for PermR.

Voyage: Algiers in convoy KMF 5 for Bone with troops.


CAMOR: Am S/S 1920 2,397gt

Arr 1940: 6/17


CAMP DEFIANCE: Am (T2) 1944 10,172gt

1944: 10/13; 11/14; 12/16

1945: 1/17; 3/9
CAMP UNION: Am S/T 1945 10,296gt

1945: 5/19


CAMPFIRE: Am S/S 1919/5,671gt (ex IPSWICH*Am 1942)

1942: 5/2

1943: 2/1; 3/24; 5/2; 7/10

1944: 4/17; 7/1; 9/14

1945: Transferred to USSR renamed Surkov.
CAMPUS: Br S/S 1925 3,667gt

1941: 11/14

1943: 9/10

1944: 1/8; 4/24; 6/21; 7/6; 8/17; 8/30


CANADA: Swe M/V 1921 5,558gt

Arr 1940: 7/25; 9/26 1942: 1/7; 10/7 1944: 4/4


CANADIAN: Pan S/S 1920 5,802gt (ex American 1939)

Arr 1940: 3/30; 6/1; 8/14

1941: Transferred to Japan renamed Hokusei Maru.
CANADIAN CRUISER: Br/Can S/S-Reefer 1921 7,178gt

1939: 10/7 Arr 1940: 1/10

2/21/1941: Sunk by gunfire from KM pocket battleship Admiral Scheer in Indian Ocean about 480nm east of Dar Es Salaam

at 06 36S-47 18E. All 34 on board taken POW. Voyage: Port Sudan for Durban and West Indies.


CANADIAN STAR: Br M/V Reefer 1939 8,293gt

1942: 8/31R

7/20/1941: Damaged by gunfire after two torpedoes from U203 missed southwest of Ireland at 49 15N-21W.

Arr at Curacao 7/30 for repairs. Voyage: Liverpool for Auckland with passengers, general cargo and mail.

3/18/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U221 west of Ireland at 53 24N-28 34W.

Voyage: Sydney NSW, and New York (lv 3/8) in convoy HX 229 for Liverpool with refrigerated cargo.


CANARA: Br M/V 1942 7,024gt

1943: 1/15


CANCALAIS: Br/Can M/V 1920 369gt

1943: 5/22


CANFORD CHINE: Br S/S 1917 3,364gt

Arr 1940: 4/22

2/10/1941: Sunk by torpedo and gunfire from U52 about 180nm WNW of Erris Head, Ireland at approx 55 30N-15W.

No survivors. Voyage: The Clyde, and Cardiff in convoy OG 52 for Buenos Aires with coal and general cargo.


CANTIGNY: Am (T2) 1945 10,296gt

1945: 4/14


CANTUARIA: Brazil S/S (Hog) 1919 5,163gt (ex SCANSTATES*Am 1939)

Arr 1940: 1/25; 2/13; 4/20; 5/3; 7/26; 8/12; 10/26; 11/22

1941: 2/11; 2/21; 5/2; 5/14; 7/19; 7/30; 10/31; 11/12

1942: 1/24; 2/4

1943: 5/6; 10/23

1944: 3/31; 8/28; 12/18

1945: 4/13
CANVASBACK: Am S/S (C2-S-AJ1) 1945 8,258gt

1945: 7/6


CANYON CREEK: Am (T2) 1943 10,172gt

1943: 6/22; 7/8; 7/23; 10/18; 12/2

1944: 1/18; 2/29; 3/18; 4/22; 5/1; 6/15; 7/17; 8/18; 9/16; 11/30

1945: 1/2; 1/17; 2/2; 2/17; 4/7


CAP CANTIN: Br S/S 1913 3,317gt (ex French)

1943: 1/15


CAPAC: Am S/S 1919 5,586gt

Arr 1940: 4/29

1940: Transferred to Panama renamed Cardina*(sunk).

CAPE ALAVA: Am M/V (C1-B) 1941 6,751gt

1943: 5/11 1945: 7/15
CAPE AVINOFF: Am S/S (C1-A) 1945 5,124gt

1945: 2/17; 6/4; 8/1; 8/29


CAPE BLANCO: Am M/V (C1-A) 1943 5,156gt

1943: 11/1R


CAPE BON: Am S/S (C1-A) 1943 5,419gt

1943: 6/30


CAPE BORDA: Am S/S (C1-A) 1944 5,124gt

1944: 12/16 1945: 4/7; 7/20


CAPE BOYER: Am M/V (C1-A) 1944 5,146gt

1944: 12/5 1945: 1/20


CAPE BRETON: Br S/S 1940 6,044gt

1942: 3/16; 7/6; 9/10; 10/16

1943: 3/6; 5/11; 7/7; 9/14

5/4-5/1941: Damaged in an air attack at Belfast. Sank in dock. Refloated. Repaired.


CAPE CHARLES: Am S/S (C1-A) 1942 5,094gt

1943: 1/7 delayed-awaiting navy orders-will proceed 1/10; 8/18


CAPE CLEAR: Br MV 1939 5,085gt

1942: 11/19 1943: 12/11

2/27/1941: Mined off north Wales coast about 9nm northwest of Great Orme’s Head at 53 27N-04 01W. Arr 3/1 at Liverpool

with engine room damage. Voyage: New Westminster BC for Garston with lumber, zinc and lead.

8/21/1944: Sunk in collision with Henry Dearborn (Am-EC2) in Gulf of Suez, 105nm south of Suez at 28 21N-33 11E.
CAPE COD: Am S/S (C1-B) 1941 6,797gt

1941: 6/25; 8/30; 10/18; 11/29

1942: 12/22

1943: 7/30


CAPE COMFORT: Am S/S (C1-A) 1945 5,124gt

1945:8/14


CAPE CORSO: Br S/S 1929 3,807gt

1939: 10/4; 10/11 Arr 1940: 7/26

5/2/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by aircraft in Norwegian Sea about 80nm south of Bear Island at 73 02N-19 46E.

Voyage: Hull, Oban, and Reykjavik (lv 4/26) in convoy PQ 15 for North Russia with munitions.


CAPE CORWIN: Am S/S (C1-A) 1943 5,124gt

1943: 4/9

1944: 4/17; 6/14; 8/1; 9/27; 11/22; 12/28

1945: 1/2; 2/2; 5/29; 7/17


CAPE CUMBERLAND: Am S/S (C1-B) 1944 6,711gt

1945: 7/7


CAPE DIAMOND: Am S/S (C1-A) 1944 5,124gt

1944: 3/4; 5/4; 7/8; 8/26; 11/16; 12/23

1945: 2/17; 5/28; 7/23
CAPE EDMONT: Am S/S (C1-B) 1944 6,711gt

1945: 7/25


CAPE FALCON: Am M/V (C1-A) 1944 5,154gt

1945: 8/6

CAPE FARO: Am M/V (C1-A) 1944 5,177gt

1944: 6/20 1945: 7/17


CAPE FLATTERY: Am M/V (C1-B) 1941 6,755gt

1945: 7/11


CAPE GASPE: Hon M/V 1919 266gt (ex Br/Can-1943)

1943: 3/12


CAPE HAWKE: Br M/V 1941 5,081gt

1942: 12/4 1944: 7/10; 9/29


CAPE HENLOPEN: Am S/S (C1-A) 1942 5,094gt

1942: 10/27

3/27/1943: In collision with and sinking freighter Lillian luckenbach*(Am) 10nm east of Nags Head, Hatteras Outer Banks

at 35 58N-75 25W.


CAPE HENRY: Am M/V (C1-A) 1942 5,105gt

1943: 1/10


CAPE HORN: Am S/S (C1-A) 1944 5,124gt

1944: 6/23; 8/18; 10/21; 12/8

1945: 3/30 detained for repairs-proceeding 4/3; 8/21
CAPE IGVAK: Am M/V (C1-A) 1943 5,158gt

1943: 10/15; 11/15


CAPE JUBY: Am M/V (C1-A) 1944 5,163gt

1944: 5/20


CAPE LOOKOUT: Am M/V (C1-A) 1943 5,138gt

1943: 7/9


CAPE LOPEZ: Am M/V (C1-A) 1944 5,163gt

1944: 4/20


CAPE MOHICAN: Am S/S (C1-A) 1942 5,094gt

1942: 11/14

1944: 10/21; 12/8

1945: 1/7; 3/28,10/26

8/21/1943: Torpedoed by Allied submarine about 160nm southeast of Malta at 33 42N-16 43E. Towed to Malta arr 8/24 and

to the Tyne arr 1/7/1944. Voyage: Alexandria (lv 8/19) in convoy MKF 22 for Algiers and UK with chrome ore ballast.


CAPE NEDDICK: Am S/S (C1-B) 1941 6,797gt

1941: 5/26; 7/19; 9/13; 10/29; 12/13

1942: 2/4; 12/4

1943: 1/29; 3/27

5/12/1943: Torpedoed by U195 west of South West Africa at 23 21S-01 22W. A second torpedo missed. Ship’s gun crew

returned fire and the U boat left. Arr in Walvis Bay on 5/15 for TempR. Voyage: New York (lv 3/28) sailing

independently for Durban and Suez with ammunition, tanks, locomotives, vehicles and aircraft.
CAPE NELSON: Br S/S 1929 3,807gt

Arr 1940: 9/5

2/23/1941: Torpedoed and sunk by U95 about 240nm SSW of Vik, Iceland at 59 30N-21W.

Voyage: Hull in convoy OB 288 for New York in ballast.


CAPE NOME: Am S/S (C1-A) 1944 5,124gt

1944: 8/18; 11/30 1945: 5/19; 6/29


CAPE NUN: Am M/V (C1-A) 1944 5,154gt

1945: 7/29


CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: Br M/V 1925 4,963gt

1942: 5/1

5/11/1942: Sunk by torpedo and gunfire from U502 in southwest North Atlantic at 22 48N-58 43W.

Voyage: Sailed independently from New York (lv 5/5) for Cape Town and Persian Gulf with military and general.


CAPE PEMBROKE: Am M/V (C1-A) 1944 5,145gt

1945: 1/9


CAPE PORPOISE: Am M/V (C1-A) 1942 5,105gt

1942: 12/11

1943: 10/4

1944: 2/5

1945: 5/11 detained-awaiting navy orders-proceeding 5/16; 8/22
CAPE POSSESSION: Am S/S (C1-B) 1944 6,711gt

1945: 6/14


CAPE RACE: Br S/S 1930 3,807gt

1939: 9/1 1941: 6/11

8/10/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U660 WNW of Ireland at 56 45N-22 50W.

Voyage: Boston, and Sydney CB (lv 7/31) in convoy SC 94 for Manchester with lumber and steel.


CAPE RACE: Am S/S (C1-A) 1944 5,124gt

1944: 10/21; 12/8


CAPE ROMANO: Am M/V (C1-A) 1942 5,105gt

1942: 9/19 1945: 7/11

10/28/1944: Damaged in air attack at San Pedro Bay. Bombs exploded near the empty ship causing considerable holing and

splinter damage. Voyage: San Francisco (lv 9/10) for San Pedro Bay, Leyte.

11/19/1944: Vessel was anchored in Tacloban Harbor after arriving from Hollandia when a Kamikaze plane crashed into the

ship damaging the bridge, a gun tub and exploded next to the hatch. Arr in San Francisco1/4/1945 for repairs.


CAPE SABLE: Br M/V 1936 4,398gt

1944: 3/21; 4/26

8/1939-3/42: In RN service as decoy ship (Q ship) named Cyprus, later as Armed Merchant Cruiser (AMC).

4/1942: Returned to mercantile service renamed Cape Sable.


CAPE SAN LUCAS: Am M/V (C1-A) 1943 5,163gt

1945: 7/7; 8/21


CAPE SAN MARTIN: Am S/S (C1-B) 1941 6,761gt

1941: 6/28

1943: Renamed Santa Cruz*.
CAPE SEBASTIAN: Am M/V (C1-A) 1944 5,154gt

1944: 10/30 1945: 7/19; 8/20


CAPE ST. ELIAS: Am M/V (C1-A) 1942 5,138gt

1943: 2/21; 8/14; 9/20


CAPE ST. GEORGE: Am M/V (C1-A) 1942 5,105gt

1943: 6/10


CAPE TEXAS: Am M/V (C1-A) 1944 5,146gt

1945: 8/18


CAPE UGAT: Am M/V (C1-A) 1942 5,138gt

1943: 2/21


CAPE WRATH: Br S/S 1940 4,512gt

1942: 9/12


CAPELLA (AK-13), USS: USN cargo ship (Hog)

1944: 12/27-S


CAPELLA: Swe M/T 1930 9,720gt

Arr 1940: 1/8

1941: 6/19 delayed-proceeding 6/23; 7/29; 8/27

1942: Renamed Grisslehamn (Swe).


CAPETOWN CASTLE: Br M/V Pass-Reefer 1938 27,002gt

1943: 6/28; 9/4; 10/20; 12/4

1944: 1/17
CAPIRA: Pan S/S 1920 5,565gt (ex WEST CAMPGAW-Am 1941)

1941: 4/11; 6/20; 8/30

1942: 8/14

8/31/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U609 about 360nm east of Cape Farewell at 57 13N-33 40W.

Voyage: New York, and Halifax in convoy SC 97 for Glasgow.
CAPITANA: Iceland Aux Barque 3 mast 1927 288gt

1944: 3/7; 5/6


CAPO LENA: Italy S/S 1921 4,820gt

Arr 1940: 1/2

1942: To KM as an auxiliary, renamed Kapolena. 8/18/1944: Scuttled in Charpentier Channel, St. Nazaire.
CAPO OLMO: Br S/S 1923 4,712gt (ex Italian 1940)

1945: 2/1

6/10/1940: As Italian ship, seized by French at Marseilles. Transferred to UK.

11/8/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U67 about 20nm WNW of Galera Point, Trinidad at 10 56N-61 14W. Arr at Trinidad on

same day. TempR. Left 7/19/43 for Baltimore. PermR. Voyage: Mombasa and Cape Town for UK with general.
CAPULIN: Am S/S (Hog) 1920 4,977gt

Arr 1940: 4/30

1941: 2/18; 3/13; 5/20; 8/16

1942: As Panamanian 6/5; 8/15; 11/7

1943: As Panamanian 2/5; 4/10; 4/27

1943: Transferred to Chile renamed Illapel.


CARBELLA: Pan S/S 1891 4,140gt (ex GLACIER-Am 1941)

1942: 5/5; 10/14

1943: 1/18; 5/15; 9/8; 12/31

1944: 2/14; 3/24; 5/15; 6/24; 8/1


CARD (CVE-11), USS: USN Escort Aircraft Carrier 1942

1944: 3/24-S


CARDENAS: Am M/Tug 1943 323gt

1943: 9/27


CARDINA: Pan S/S 1919 5,586gt (ex CAPAC-Am 1940)

1941: 9/6

6/15/1942: Sunk by torpedo and gunfire from Italian submarine Archimede about 450nm north of Parnaiba, Brazil

at 04 45N-40 55W. Voyage: Buenos Aires for Trinidad and New York with linseed.


CARDINAL GIBBONS: Am (EC2) 1942 7,191gt

1943: 7/22; 11/12 1944: 3/30; 8/17 1945: 4/11

5/27/1943: Torpedoed by U154 about 110nm east of Ceara at 03 56S-36 43W.

Voyage: Bahia (lv 5/27) in convoy BT 14 for Trinidad (arr Port of Spain 6/5) in ballast.


CARDITA: Br M/T 1931 8,237gt

1941: 3/1 detained-will proceed 3/5; 7/25

12/31/1941: Torpedoed by U87 about 210nm WNW of Butt of Lewis, Outer Hebrides at 59 18N-12 50W.

On 1/3/42 she foundered after drifting northeast for 38nm to position 59 42N-11 58W.

Voyage: Curacao, and Halifax for Shell Haven with gasoline and white spirit.
CARDIUM: Br M/T 1931 8,236gt

1941: 12/18

1944: 1/22; 4/6; 8/12
CARDONIA: Am S/S (Hog) 1920 5,104gt

Arr 1940: 1/9

3/7/1942: Sunk by gunfire from U126 after evading four torpedoes in the Windward Passage. Ship sank a few miles north of

Mole St. Nicolas, Haiti at 19 53N-73 27W. Voyage: Ponce (Porto RicoR) for Guayabal (Cuba) empty.


CARELIA: Br M/T 1938 8,082gt (ex Dutch 1939)

1941: 7/12; 9/4 1942: 11/13 1943: As Dutch 1/7R 1944: As British 8/2


CARIBBEAN: Am (T2) 1942 10,169gt

1943: 3/5; 5/17; 6/5; 7/2; 10/12; 12/6; 12/13

1944: 1/17; 2/29
CARIBEE: Am M/Yacht 1940 88gt

Arr 1940: 8/2; 8/26


CARIBQUEEN: Am S/S (Laker) 1920 2,592gt

1941: 2/3; 3/12; 4/12; 4/19; 6/25; 8/8; 9/18; 10/29; 12/13

1942: 1/23; 3/30; 9/2

1943: 12/27-USAT

1942 ? :Bareboat chartered to US Army as cargo ship USAT Caribqueen.
CARIBSEA: Am S/S (Laker) 1919 2,609gt (ex BUENAVENTURA-Am 1940)

Arr 1940: 11/4; 12/17

1941: 1/22; 2/21; 3/25; 4/28; 5/3; 6/11; 7/23; 8/28; 10/1; 11/13; 12/17

1942: 1/29

3/11/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U158 about 18nm ENE of Cape Lookout at 34 40N-76 10W.

Voyage: Santiago (Cuba) for Baltimore with manganese ore.


CARIBSTAR: Am S/S 1919 2,592gt (ex GUAYAQUIL-Am 1940)

1941: 1/8; 2/11; 4/26; 5/29; 7/18; 9/6; 10/11; 12/2

1942: 1/14; 2/26; 5/9; 9/2

10/4/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U175 about 127nm southeast of Trinidad and 10nm off Venezuelan coast at

08 30N-59 37W. Voyage: Trinidad for Demerara in ballast.
CARINA: Swe M/T 1931 6,405gt

1945: 7/31


CARINTHIA: Br S/S Pass-Reefer 1925 20,277gt

1939: 9/2

6/6/1940: Torpedoed by U46 about 30nm west of Inishmore, Aran Islands at 53 13N-10 40W. Abandoned. She drifted

120nm NNE (55nm NNE of Erris Head) to 55 12N-09 30W, broke up and sank stern first on next day.

Voyage: As an Armed Merchant Cruiser, Gibraltar (lv 6/3) to join the Northern Patrol.
CARL B. EIELSON: Am (EC2) 1944 7,176gt

1945: 3/17


CARL GORTHON: Swe S/S 1939 1,811gt

1941: 4/7; 4/14; 8/7




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