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COLIN: Pan M/V 1921 6,255gt (ex VILLARPEROSA- Italy 1942)

1942: 4/6 detained-clearance surrendered-recleared 4/17; 4/26

1943: 3/13; 4/10; 6/19; 8/3; 12/31

1944: 3/6

4/26/1944: Torpedoed and sunk by U859 in North Atlantic at 54 16N-31 58W after straggling from convoy.

Voyage: New Orleans and Halifax in convoy SC 157 for Garston with sulfur, vehicles, aircraft parts and mail.


COLIN ARCHER: Nor M/Cutter wood 1937 17gt

Arr 1940: 9/18


COLIN P. KELLY, JR.: Am (EC2-LTS) 1943 7,176gt

1945: 2/26

6/4/1945: Mined off Ostend at 51 22N-02 35E. Engine room and holds flooded. Settled on bottom. Raised. Towed by tugs to

the Thames, arr 6/6 at Tillsbury Docks. Total Loss.

Voyage: The Downs in convoy TAM 89 for Antwerp with military food supplies.
COLINA: Am (T2) 1943 10,198gt

1943: 2/6; 5/11; 9/18

1945: 1/5
COLLAMER: Am S/S 1920 5,112gt

1939: 9/16; 11/24

1941: 8/28; 11/17; 11/29

1942: 2/11 diverted to Baltimore and Norfolk instead of Buenos Aires (2/14)

3/5/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U404 about 25nm SE of Halifax at 44 19N-63 09W after becoming separated from the

convoy in heavy seas. Voyage: Philadelphia and Halifax, in convoy HX 178 for the Clyde with general.


COLLEGIAN: Br S/S 1923 7,886gt

Arr 1940: 12/16 1943: 3/17

9/22/1940: Damaged by torpedo and gunfire from U32 west of Ireland while in convoy HX 72.
COLLIN McKINNEY: Am (EC2) 1944 7,176gt

1944: 8/24; 10/30 1945: 4/11


COLLINGSWORTH: Am S/S (Hog) 1920 5,101gt

1942: 6/16; 11/7 detained for repairs

1/9/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U124 about 80nm NNW of Paramaribo at 07 12N-55 37W.

Voyage: New York, Norfolk, and Trinidad in convoy TB 1 for Rio de Janeiro with coal, oil, steel and railroad rails.


COLLIS P. HUNTINGTON: Am (EC2) 1942 7,177gt

1942: 12/10

1943: 2/17; 6/14; 11/12

1944: 3/20; 9/20

1945: 2/10; 5/25
COLOBRE: Pan S/S No Information

8/9/1943: Cleared for Rio de Janeiro and Santos with 5,256 tons general and 40 crew (US Lines)


COLOMBIA: Du M/V Pass-Reefer 1930 10,782gt

1939: 11/17; 12/15

Arr 1940: 1/2; 1/23; 2/13; 3/5; 3/26; 4/15; 5/6; 9/5; 11/26

1940: To Royal Netherlands Navy as submarine tender.

2/27/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U516 along the coast, 45nm southwest of East London at 33 36S-27 29E.

Voyage: East London for Simons Town, South Africa.


COLOMBIA: Swe M/V Reefer 1937 5,297gt

1941: 1/27; 3/6; 8/14

1945: 2/18
COLOMBIE: France S/S Pass 1931 13,391gt

1943: 12/3

1944: 1/17; 2/26; 4/5; 5/6; 7/1; 8/10; 11/9

12/1942: As Vichy French vessel seized by Allies at Bone in North African campaign.

1/1945: Begin conversion to hospital ship USAHS Aleda E. Lutz.
COLONEL JAMES A. MOSS: Br S/S 1925 842gt (ex BELLE ISLAND-Am 1942)

1942: 9/4 1943: As Honduran 3/5


COLONIA: Uruguay M/V 1931 3,812gt (ex CHR. SASS*Dmk 1941)

1942: 7/27

1943: 7/31; 8/10

1944: 1/31; 5/30; 10/12

1945: 3/2; 3/19; 7/14
COLONIAL: Portugal S/S Pass 1908 8,371gt

1941: 12/6; 12/10


COLONY TRADER: Br/Can S/S 1909 888gt

1939: 11/25; 12/19

Arr 1940: 1/11

1941: 1/17 detained-expected to proceed 1/20; 5/29; 6/7; 7/26; 8/20; 9/12; 10/8

1945: 7/25
COLORADAN: Am S/S 1920 6,557gt

Arr 1940: 3/26; 6/12; 11/18; 11/30

1941: 3/11; 3/25; 7/26 delayed-proceeding 7/31; 11/23; 12/8

1942: 5/29

10/9/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U159 about 230nm southwest of Cape Town at 35 47S-14 34E.

Voyage: Sailed independently from Bandar Shapur, Bahrein and Durban for Trinidad and New York with manganese

ore and small quantity of gold ore and general cargo.
COLORADO: Am S/S (Laker) 1920 2,689gt

1942: 2/17; 4/7

1942 ?: US Army owned troop transport USAT Colorado
COLORADO: Am S/T 1942 9,310gt

1942: 10/22; 12/23

1943: 7/13; 8/12; 10/12; 12/13

1944: 1/18; 3/23; 9/9; 9/16

1945: 5/31
COLUMBIA: Dmk M/V 1928 6,049gt

1939: 12/18 Arr 1940: 4/17

1941: Transferred to Panama renamed Sir Huon*(sunk).
COLUMBIA STAR: Br M/V 1939 8,293gt

1943: 2/16; 8/3 1945: 2/18


COLUMBIAN: Am S/S 1913 4,954gt

1941: 6/11; 10/4; 10/24

1942: 5/15; 12/9

1943: 3/2; 7/29; 12/14

1944: 8/30

1945: Transferred to USSR renamed Kapitan Smirnov.

6/17/1942: Slightly damaged by gunfire from unidentified submarine in Central Atlantic north of Sao Luis, Brazil at

07 18N-41 03W. Submarine broke off attack when fired on. Voyage: New York for Cape Town and Abadan.


COLYTTO: Du S/S 1926 4,408gt

1942: 5/21 1943: 1/5


COMANCHEE: Br M/T 1936 6,837gt

1939: 9/15

Arr 1940: 4/24

1941: 5/10; 7/4; 12/2

1942: 2/2; 3/23; 5/11; 6/24; 9/4R; 10/8R; 12/4

1943: 1/29; 3/30; 5/18; 7/22; 9/1; 1017; 12/9

1944: 2/11; 3/27; 5/9; 7/10; 8/30; 10/19; 12/8

1945: 4/7; 5/17; 6/23; 7/28

7/12/1941: In collision with freighter Biafra*(Br) in dense fog near Cabot Straits, NF.
COMANDANTE LYRA: Brazil S/S (Hog) 1919 5,052gt (ex SOUTHLAND-Am 1939)

Arr 1940: 5/20; 6/1; 11/12; 11/28

1941: 11/28

1942: 2/5; 2/18

1944: 12/8

1945: 4/14; 7/27

5/18/1942: Damaged by torpedo and gunfire from Italian submarine Barbarigo about 180nm NNE of Natal, Brazil at

02 59S-34 10W. Caught fire after two on board explosions. Towed to Ceara arr 5/25. TempR at Rio de Janeiro.

Voyage: Santos (Brazil) for New Orleans with general cargo.
COMANDANTE PESSOA: Brazil S/S (Hog) 1919 4,955gt (ex MORMACSEA-Am 1939)

Arr 1940: 7/26; 8/19; 10/22; 11/6

1941: 1/15; 1/31; 4/12; 6/30; 7/11; 9/15; 9/26; 12/17; 12/30

1943: 3/22; 4/1

1944: 12/30

1945: 5/21


COMAYAGUA: Am S/S 1921 2,493gt

Arr 1940: 7/23

1941: As Honduran 7/25; 8/24; 9/8; 9/25; 11/20; 12/6

5/14/1942: As Honduran ship, torpedoed and sunk by U125 about 20nm southwest of Grand Cayman Island at 19N-81 37W.

Voyage: Puerto Barrios (Guatemala) for Niquero (Cuba) in ballast.
COMEDIAN: Br S/S 1929 5,122gt

1942: 11/12R

1943: 3/17; 9/1

1944: 7/3; 9/14; 12/6

1945: 1/31
COMERIO: Am S/S 1910 3,349gt

1939: 12/15 Arr 1940: 1/15

1940: Transferred to Panama, renamed Vittorin.

1941: Transferred to US renamed Grey Lag*.


COMET: Am S/S (C2-Cargo) 1940 6,085gt

Arr 1940: 5/21; 6/20; 7/13; 8/7; 9/9; 10/3; 11/1; 12/7

1/16/1941: To USN as general stores ship renamed USS Pollux (AKS-2).

2/18/1942: As USN ship, grounded and wrecked in a storm off St Lawrence Harbor at Laun’s Point NF. Total Loss.


COMET: Am S/T 1930 9,154gt

1944: 4/29 1945: 5/20


COMLIEBANK: Br M/V 1924 5,149gt

1944: 9/14


COMMANDANT DORISE: Br S/S 1917 5,529gt (ex France)

1944: 8/8; 9/22


COMMERCIALTRADER: Am S/S 1919 2,606gt (ex DELAWARE RIVER-Am 1939)

1941: 4/14; 6/28; 9/18; 9/26; 12/13

1942: 3/30; 6/22

9/16/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U558 about 50nm east of Trinidad at 10 30N-60 16W.

Voyage: Sailing independently from Ceara for Trinidad with general cargo and manganese ore.
COMOL CUBA: Pan S/T Molasses Tanker (Hog) 1919 5,036gt

1939: 9/30; 10/21

Arr 1940: 1/16; 4/8; 5/10; 7/23; 11/12; 12/9

1941: 3/16; 4/21; 4/25; 6/21; 7/11; 8/15; 9/6; 9/22; 10/13; 10/29

1942: 1/24; 3/19

1943: 11/17; 12/17

1944: 3/11; 4/4
COMOL RICO: Am S/T Molasses Tanker (Hog) 1919 5,034gt (ex KISHACOQUILLAS-Am 1939)

1939: 12/30

1941: 5/19; 6/26; 7/26; 11/3

4/4/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U154 about 136nm north of Puerto Rico at 20 46N-66 46W.

Voyage: Humacoa PR (lv 4/3) for Boston with molasses in bulk.
CONASTOGA: Am (T2) 1943 10,198gt

1943: 3/20; 4/3; 4/19; 9/7; 12/13

1944: 2/4; 2/11; 3/18; 4/5; 5/11; 6/15; 7/13; 7/17; 8/18; 9/23
CONGONIAN: Br S/T 1942 6,082gt

1942: 12/18R


CONNAUGHT PARK: Br/Can (Park-V) 1944 7,164gt

1944: 8/16; 12/27


CONNECTICUT: Am S/T 1938 8,684gt

Arr 1940: 7/5

4/22/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by MTB from KM raider Michel in mid South Atlantic.at 23 50S-19 50W. Ship caught fire

and blew up. Voyage: Port Arthur (lv 3/31) for Cape Town, Bombay and Karachi with mostly high octane gasoline,

fuel oil and lubricating oil.
CONNECTOR: Br/Can S/S Reefer 1920 1,789gt

1941: 7/5; 9/25


CONRAD WEISER: Am (EC2-LTS) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 6/22; 9/17 1944: 12/28 1945: 6/26


CONSTANTINOS H.: Gre S/S 1905 4,697gt

1942: 3/4; 5/26


CONSTANTINOS LOULOUDIS: Gre S/S 1922 4,697gt

Arr 1940: 6/19

4/6/1941: Damaged in air attack at Piraeus, Greece. Salvaged by Germans. Renamed Luneburg.

4/28/1944: As German ship Luneburg, torpedoed and sunk by submarine HMS Superman in Aegean Sea, about 5nm

southeast of Ayio Evstratios Island at 39 26N-25 07E.
CONSTELLATION: Am Schooner 4 mast 1918 1,034gt

1943: 7/2 detained for repairs-now proceeding

7/30/1942: Wrecked on coastal reefs of northwest Bermuda. Reported to have been carrying cement, 700 cases of

Scotch whiskey and drug ampules. Wreck used in 1977 film “The Deep”.


CONSUELO: Br S/S 1937 4,854gt

Arr 1940: 1/8; 3/16; 7/9; 9/4; 11/15

1942: 3/11; 5/13; 12/19

1943: 2/27; 4/29; 7/7; 8/26

1944: 9/2; 10/16

1945: 2/27

CONSUL CORFITZON: Swe S/S 1912 2,870gt

Arr 1940: 2/17 1945: 7/24


CONSULTOR II: Am M/Tug 1941 182gt

1941: 4/23


CONTE DI SAVOIA: Italy S/S Pass-Reefer 1932 48,502gt

1939: 9/26; 10/24; 11/25; 12/27

Arr 1940: 2/2; 3/1; 3/29; 4/26; 5/24

9/11/1943: Sunk in air attack by Allied aircraft at Malamocco near Venice. Ship caught fire, heeled over and sank.


CONTESSA: Honduras S/S Reefer 1930 5,512gt

1942: As Honduran 7/24; 9/16

1943: As Honduran 2/5; 3/31; 5/24; As American? 8/6-USAT

1/1943: Bareboat chartered to US Army as troop transport USAT Contessa.

10/1942: At sea headed for North Africa to participate in Operation Torch, the ship on orders left the convoy to sail alone to

the Sebou River, Morocco. Once there, to proceed upriver to a captured French airfield where US Army troops, aerial

bombs and gasoline will be discharged. While going up river to the destination, the hull is damaged by scraping the

bottom in the shallow river. TempR at Gibraltar. Returned to New York.


CONTINENT: Br/Can M/V (Schooner?) 1931 466gt

1939: 10/10

Arr 1940: 12/18

1941: 4/10; 4/28; 5/13; 6/12; 8/29; 12/13

1942: 1/9

1/10/1942: Sunk in collision with tanker Byron D. Benson (Am) 7.3 miles east of Sea Bright, New Jersey.


CONTRACTOR: Br S/S 1930 6,004gt

1942: 10/6

3/11-12/1941: Damaged in night air raid at Manchester when bomb exploded alongside flooding the engine rooms.

8/7/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U371 about 8nm north of Cape Takouch (west of Bone) Algeria at 37 15N-07 21E.

Voyage: Glasgow, and Gibraltar (lv 8/4) in convoy GTX 5 for Bombay, Trincomali and Calcutta with general cargo,

Government stores and mail.


CONTRERAS: Am (T2) 1943 10,195gt

1943: 6/10; 6/29; 8/6; 10/18; 11/11

1944: 1/8; 2/11; 4/29
COOMBE HILL: Br M/V 1942 7,268gt

1943: 7/23

6/22/1944: Damaged by gunfire from German shore batteries at Sword Beach, Normandy.
COPACABANA: Belgium M/V Pass-Reefer 1938 7,340gt

1943: 1/29


COPIAPO: Chile M/V Pass-Reefer 1937 7,216gt

1939: 11/3; 12/30

Arr 1940: 2/21; 4/16; 7/24; 11/12; 12/31

1941: 1/4; 2/22; 4/12; 5/31; 7/19; 9/6; 10/25; 12/13

1942: 1/31; 3/23; 5/17

1942 ? : Bareboat chartered to US Army as troop transport USAT Copiapo


COPTIC: Br M/V Reefer 1928 10,629gt

1943: 3/18; 9/13

1944: 1/20; 5/4; 6/29; 8/8

1945: 5/7


CORABELLA: Br/Can S/S 1937 5,682gt

1942: 12/14

4/30/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U515 about 80nm SSW of Freetown at 07 15N-13 49W.

Voyage: Takoradi (lv 4/26) in convoy TS 37 for Freetown and UK with manganese ore.


CORACERO: Br S/S Reefer 1923 7,252gt

1942: 11/10R

1943: 2/26 detained for repairs-proceeding 3/8

3/17/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U384 in mid North Atlantic at 51 04N-33 20W.

Voyage: Buenos Aires, Valparaiso and New York (lv 3/8) in convoy HX 229 for Liverpool with refrigerated cargo.
CORBIS: Br M/T 1931 8,132gt

1941: 7/30; 10/10 1942: 1/14

4/18/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U180 about 330nm SE of Durban at 34 56S-34 03E. Voyage: Abadan (lv 3/21), and

Bandar Abbas (lv 3/25), sailing independently for Cape Town with diesel oil and aviation gasoline.


CORDELIA: Br M/T 1932 8,190gt

1942: 8/13R; 10/7; 11/12R; 12/28R

1943: 1/23

10/20/1941: Mined off Great Castle Head, Milford Haven. Arr Milford Haven on same day.

Voyage: Trinidad for Milford Haven with furnace oil.

2/3/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U632 in mid-North Atlantic at 56 37N-22 58W after straggling from convoy.

Voyage: Curacao and, New York (lv 1/22) in convoy HX 224 for the Clyde with Admiralty fuel oil.
CORDILLERA: Br S/S Reefer 1920 6,865gt

1943: 2/5


CORFU: Br S/S Pass-Reefer 1931 14,170gt

1945: 3/14

1940: In a collision with aircraft carrier HMS Hermes off Freetown. Repaired at Freetown.
CORILLA: Du M/T 1939 8,096gt

1942: 11/21

1943: 2/17 detained-awaiting navy orders-proceeding 2/28; 4/13; 6/14; 8/21

1944: 9/19; 11/9

1945: 5/11

2/2/1942: Torpedoed by U751 along the coast about 80nm ENE of Halifax at 44 49N-61 37W. Returned to Halifax on

same day. Drydocked 5/1. Voyage: Curacao, and Halifax in convoy HX 173 for Manchester with gasoline.
CORINTH: Am (T2) 1943 10,195gt

1943: 9/28 1944: 3/27


CORINTHIC: Br S/S 1924 4,823gt

Arr 1940: 5/1; 6/27; 9/23

4/13/1941: Torpedoed and sunk by U124 about 80nm west of Freetown at 08 10N-14 40W.

Voyage: Rosario (Argentina) sailing independently for Freetown and UK with grain.


CORINTO: Nicaragua S/S 1900 1,109gt (ex CORISCO-Hon 1942)

1941: 11/13; 12/8 1942: 1/21; 2/19


CORISCO: Honduras S/S 1900 1,109gt

1939: 9/18; 11/25

Arr 1940: 6/25; 11/13

1941: 8/28; 9/23; 10/18

1941: Transferred to Nicaragua renamed Corinto*.
CORNELIA: Am S/S Reefer 1916 3,129gt

1941: 6/7; 7/2

1943: 1/9; 2/11; 4/1; 5/6; 6/15; 7/20; 8/28; 10/4; 11/17; 12/22

1944: 1/26; 3/1; 4/10; 6/14; 7/22; 8/23; 9/22; 12/20

1945: 1/15; 3/17
CORNELIUS FORD: Am (EC2) 1944 7,176gt

1944: 9/28; 12/3 1945: 2/26; 5/2


CORNELIUS GILLIAM: Am (EC2-LTS) 1942 7,176gt

1943: 3/2; 5/ 14; 8/2

1944: 7/10; 10/4

1945: 3/3


CORNELIUS HARNETT: Am (EC2-LTS) 1942 7,177gt

1942: 12/19 1943: 4/27; 7/20 1944: 4/18


CORNELL: Am (T3-S-A1) 1943 10,180gt

1943: 4/7; 5/29; 6/13; 6/29; 11/19; 12/9

1944: 5/31; 7/17; 10/13; 10/30

1945: 2/15; 6/18


CORNER BROOK: Br/Can S/S 1925 5,767gt

Arr 1940: 4/2; 4/26 1941: 7/26


CORNEVILLE: Nor M/V 1930 4,544gt

1942: 12/1

5/9/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U515 about 35m east of Takoradi at 04 50N-01 10W.

Voyage: Calcutta, and Trincomalee (lv 4/6), to Cape Town (arr 4/26-lv 4/28) sailing independently for Takoradi and

Liverpool with pig iron, tea and general cargo.
CORNISH CITY: Br M/V 1936 4,952gt

Arr 1940: 10/14 1942: 12/7

11/8/1940: Torpedoed by an unidentified submarine about 295nm WNW of Erris Head, Ireland at 55 57N-18 20W.

Arr 11/1 at the Clyde. Voyage: New York for Liverpool and Newport with steel.

7/29/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U177 about 300nm southeast from southern Madagascar at 27 20S-52 10E.

Voyage: Lorenco Marques, and Durban (lv 7/22) for Aden and Suez with coal.


CORNWALL: Br S/S Reefer 1920 10,605gt

1942: 7/25; 9/19 detained-awaiting orders-proceeding 9/24

1943: 7/7; 9/24

1944: 2/4; 8/24; 11/6

8/31/1940: Damaged in an air attack about 15nm west of Elephonisi Island off southwest Crete at 35 15N-23 15E.

Arr 9/2 at Malta extensively damaged. Left Malta on 11/26 for Australia. Drydocked at Sydney.

Voyage: Rockhampton (Australia) and Bombay for UK with general cargo.
CORNWALLIS: Br S/S 1921 5,458gt

1943: 11/15 1944: 2/18; 5/20

9/11/1942: Torpedoed by U514 in Carlisle Bay, Barbados at 13 05N-59 36W. Left Barbados on 12/16 in tow for Mobile for

repairs. Voyage: Trinidad for Barbados with general.

12/3/1944: Torpedoed and sunk by U1230 about 25nm south of Bar Harbor, Maine at 43 59N-68 20W.

Voyage: Sailed independently from Barbados for Saint John NB with sugar in bags and molasses in barrels.


CORONDA: Br S/T 1899 7,503gt

1941: 8/4

9/15/1940: Damaged in an air attack about 100nm WSW of Butt of Lewis, Outer Hebrides at 58 07N-09 24W. Towed to the

Clyde arr 9/16. Beached 9/18 at Kames Bay. Later used as a stores ship at Greenock.

Voyage: Siglufjord (Iceland) for Liverpool with herring oil.

COROZAL: Am S/S 1911 3,109gt

1939: 11/21

Arr 1940: 2/16

1941: 1/18; 2/21; 3/26; 4/25; 8/14; 10/4; 11/8; 12/6

1942: 1/4; 2/3; 3/22; 4/28


CORRALES: Br S/S Reefer 1929 5,362gt

1941: 7/15 1942: 1/3


CORTE REAL: Portugal S/S 1922 2,044gt

Arr 1940: 8/27; 11/7

1941: 1/28; 4/4; 5/21; 7/18; 9/9

10/12/1941: Torpedoed and sunk by U83 after being stopped and searched for contraband 80 miles west of Lisbon. She

Voyage: Lisbon for Madeira and New York with cork, dyes, watches, wine and canned food.
CORVALLIS: Am (T2) 1943 10,448gt

1944: 2/11; 3/18; 5/2; 5/31


CORVUS: Nor S/S 1921 1,317gt

1941: 10/17

2/27/1945: Torpedoed and sunk by U1018 about 7nm southwest of Lizard Point at 49 55N-05 22W.

Voyage: Garston 2/23, and Mumbles in convoy BTC 81 for Plymouth with coal.


COSTA RICA VICTORY: Am (VC2) 1944 7,607gt

1945: 7/28; 8/28


COTATI: Br S/S Reefer 1919 5,963gt

1941: 10/4

1942: Renamed Empire Avocet.

9/29/1942: As Empire Avocet, torpedoed and sunk by U125 in Central Atlantic N of Ascension Island at 04 05N-13 23W.

Voyage: River Plate and River Grande do Sul for Freetown with meats.
COTTICA: Du S/S Pass 1927 3,989gt

1939: 10/20; 12/1

1942: 5/7

1944: 6/9; 7/29; 9/17; 11/6

1945: 1/6; 2/24; 4/16; 6/1; 7/14; 8/28
COTTON MATHER: Am (EC2) 1942 7,200gt

1942: 12/23R 1943: 9/12 1944: 4/4 1945: 3/3

10/5/1943: Damaged in an air attack about 15 miles north of Cape Tenes, Algeria. Arr in Algiers on same day.

Voyage: Norfolk (lv 9/15) in convoy UGS 18 for Khorramshahr (Persia) with ammunition and vehicles.


COTTONWOOD CREEK: Am (T2) 1944 10,172gt

1944: 12/8

1945: 1/9; 2/10; 3/14; 4/14; 5/14
COULBEG: Br S/S 1940 5,237gt

1942: 5/29 1943: 3/23


COULGORM: Br S/S 1942 6,997gt

1945: 4/2


COULMORE: Br S/S 1936 3,670gt

1943: 2/4; 2/22 1945: 6/28; 8/14

3/9/1943: Torpedoed by U229 about 280nm south of Vik, Iceland at 58 48N-22 00W. Towed to Karmes Bay arr 3/20.

Arr in Glasgow 3/23 for repairs. Voyage: Philadelphia in convoy SC 121 for London with general cargo.


COULTARN: Br M/V 1938 3,759gt

Arr 1940: 10/4; 12/18

3/30/1941: Torpedoed and sunk by U69 about 290nm southwest of Keflavik, Iceland at 60 18N-29 28W.

Voyage: Hull in convoy OB 302 for Mobile in ballast.


COUNCIL GROVE: Am (T2) 1945 10,172gt

1945: 7/14; 8/8


COURAGEOUS: Am M/V (War) 1918 7,572gt

1942: 3/15; 3/24; 11/23R; 12/16

1943: 2/11; 8/27; 10/8; 11/6

1944: 1/6; 3/3

6/8/1944: Scuttled as a breakwater blockship in Gooseberry 2 off Omaha Beach, St. Laurent, Normandy.
COWRIE: Br M/T 1931 8,198gt

1942: 11/4

1943: 2/12

1944: 8/30; 11/1; 12/26

1945: 3/30; 5/23; 10/10
COYA: Am S/S 1919 4,954gt

1940: 4/6

1940: Transferred to UK renamed Empire Tiger.

As Empire Tiger, radioed SOS on 2/27/1941 from position 62 05N-19 50W about 80nm SSW of Vik, Iceland, that she was

in heavy seas with lifeboats gone. Considered lost to marine causes. No survivors.

Voyage: Philadelphia, and Halifax for the Clyde and Tyne with steel.


CRAFT TRANSPORT NO. 2: Br/Can M/V 1905 150gt

1939: 9/5; 9/27; 11/1; 12/5

Arr 1940: 1/6; 5/31; 6/28; 8/3; 10/11
CRAGPOOL: Br S/S 1928 5,128gt

Arr 1940: 1/22 1942: 1/14


CRANFORD: Am S/S 1919 6,096gt

Arr 1940: 9/3

1941: 2/11; 6/20; 12/31

7/30/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U155 about 260nm ESE of Barbados at 12 17N-55 11W.

Voyage: Mersin (Turkey), and Cape Town for Trinidad with chrome ore and cotton.
CRANSTON VICTORY: Am (VC2) 1944 7,608gt

1944: 11/24 1945: 1/9; 8/1


CRAWFORD ELLIS: Nor S/S 1930 2,200gt

1939: 11/27

Arr 1940: 11/30

1941: 11/3; 11/25; 12/13

1942: 1/3; 1/20; 2/9
CRAWFORD W. LONG: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 6/22 1944: 5/31


CRESCENT PARK: Br/Can (Scan) 1943 2,873gt

1943: 1/7; 11/26

1944: 2/3; 3/31; 5/9; 7/19

1945: Transferred to Sweden renamed Julia.


CRIJNSSEN: Du S/S Pass 1919 4,282gt

1939: 9/29; 11/3 1941: 3/12 1942: 4/20

6/11/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U504 about 135nm north of Cabo Camaron, Honduras at 18 14N-85 11W.

Voyage: Demerara, and Curacao for New Orleans.


CRINGLE REEFER: Am M/V (C1-M) 1944 3,805gt (ex JAMES W. REESE-Am 1945)

1945: 4/20


CRIPPLE CREEK: Am S/S 1919 6,320gt

1942: 6/27

8/13/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U752 about 360nm southwest of Freetown at 04 55N-18 30W.

Voyage: Philadelphia, New York and Trinidad for Cape Town and Basra with military cargo of aircraft and tanks.


CRISPIN: Br S/S 1935 5,051gt

1939: 11/1; 11/11

Arr 1940: 1/11; 7/3

2/3/1941: As RN Ocean Boarding Vessel, torpedoed by U107 west of Ireland at 56 38N-20 05W. She sank on following day

after having drifted 15nm northwest to 56 52N-20 22W.
CRISTALES: Br S/S Reefer 1926 5,389gt

1942: 3/28

5/12/1942: Torpedoed by U124 in mid-North Atlantic at 52 55N-29 50W. Badly damaged. Sunk by RN escort.

Voyage: Newport, and Milford Haven in convoy ON 92 for Montreal with mail, china clay and general cargo.


CRISTOBAL: Am S/S Pass 1939 10,021gt

1939: 9/7; 9/28; 10/19; 11/9; 11/30; 12/21

Arr 1940: 1/8; 1/29; 2/19; 3/11; 4/1; 4/22; 5/13; 6/3; 6/24; 7/15; 8/5; 8/26; 9/16; 10/7; 10/28; 11/18; 12/9; 12/30

1941: 1/2; 1/23; 2/13; 3/6; 3/27; 4/17; 5/8; 5/29; 6/19; 7/10; 7/31; 8/21; 9/11; 10/2; 10/23; 11/13; 12/4; 12/26

1/11/1942: To US Army ownership as troop transport USAT Cristobal.
CRITON: France S/S 1927 4,564gt

Arr 1940: 2/2

5/9/1941: Captured by AMC HMS Cilisian about 450nm WNW of Freetown at 10 11N-20 17W. Taken to Freetown arr 5/11

and detained. Taken over as British vessel, left Freetown in a convoy but fell behind, returning to Freetown. At sea on

6/20 she was stopped by a Vichy French warship and ordered to go to Conakry. On refusing the order she was sunk by

gunfire on 6/21 about 45nm NNW of Freetown at 09 06N-13 40W.

Voyage: Pepel in convoy for Belfast with iron ore.
CROMARTY: Br M/V 1936 4,974gt

1942: 10/14R 1944: 1/10 1945: 6/30


CROMWELL PARK: Br/Can (Park) 1945 7,100gt

1945: 8/18

CROSBY S. NOYES: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1944: 12/8 1945: 5/22


CROSS KEYS: Am (T2) 1943 10,195gt

1943: 10/12; 11/10; 11/19; 12/24

1944: 1/29; 2/29 diverted to Chester instead of Philadelphia to Halifax (3/3); 3/3; 4/14; 5/13; 5/20; 6/27; 8/10; 9/11; 10/13;

11/22; 12/24

1945: 1/25
CROW WING: Am (T2) 1945 10,172gt

1945: 2/18; 3/22; 6/16 diverted to Houston instead of Galveston to Cristobal (6/25).


CROWN CITY: Am M/V 1920 5,433gt

1939: 10/11 Arr 1940: 2/14

9/1/1942: Stranded and wrecked at Sledge Island Light, near Nome, Alaska. Total Loss.
CROWN POINT: Am (T2) 1943 10,195gt

1943: 12/1

1944: 1/4 diverted to Chester instead of Wilmington to Liverpool (1/8); 2/11; 3/18; 5/11; 7/17; 8/16; 9/28; 10/28; 11/30

1945: 4/23; 6/7


CROWN REEFER: Am M/V (C1-M) 1944 3,805gt

1945: 6/2


CRUSADER: Am S/Tug 1908 294gt

Arr 1940: 12/7


CRYSTAL PARK: Br/Can (Park-V) 1944 7,161gt

1944: 6/23; 12/16 1945: 5/5


CSIKOS: Hungary S/S 1913 3,938gt

Arr 1940: 1/30

1940: Transferred to Panama

4/18/1941: As Panamanian ship, damaged in air attack 70nm northwest of Erris Head, Ireland at 55N-11 46W. Arrived next

day in tow at Lough Foyle. Repaired at Androssan and Glasgow.

Voyage: New Orleans for Ardrossan with steel plates and scrap.

1942: Transferred to UK renamed Vinriver, later in 1942, renamed Vinlake.

6/8/1944: Scuttled as a breakwater at Normandy.


CT-3: Br/Can Tug No Information

5/23/1943 Cleared for Oswego New York with 21 tons ballast (Texas Transport)


CT-4: Br/Can Tug No Information

5/22/1943 Cleared for Oswego New York with 21 tons ballast (Texas Transport)


CUBA: Br S/S Pass 1923 11,420gt (ex French)

1944: 4/5; 10/28

4/6/1945: Torpedoed and sunk by U1195 in English Channel about 13nm east St.Catherine’s Point at 50 36N-0 57W.

Voyage: Le Havre in coastal convoy VWP 16 for Southampton in ballast.


CUBANO: Nor S/S 1921 5,810gt

1939: 11/10 Arr 1940: 3/27

10/19/1940: Torpedoed by U124 southwest of Iceland at 57 55N-24 57W after convoy dispersed on previous day.

Sank next day. Voyage: Manchester for Montreal in ballast, joining convoy OB 229 at sea on 10/15.


CUBORE: Am M/V Ore Carrier 1920 7,051gt

1939: 12/2

Arr 1940: 1/15

1943: 1/15; 4/26; 10/4; 11/13

1944: 1/6; 2/25; 4/15; 5/30; 7/4; 8/8; 9/12; 10/17

1945: 8/30


CULEBRA: Pan S/S (War) 1919 5,030gt (ex HELENI D-Gre 1939)

1944: 9/22 1945: 3/22


CULPEPPER: Pan S/T 1941 7,417gt (ex VICTORIA*Arg 1942; CARLANTIC*Am 1941)

1942: 9/5

1945: 8/6 diverted to Baltimore instead of Norfolk (8/14).
CUNENE: Portugal S/S 1911 5,875gt

1941: 2/17; 4/26


CURACA: Am S/S 1920 3,280gt

1939: 12/18

Arr 1940: 1/24; 2/29; 8/31; 11/27

1941: 2/3; 4/9

1943: 3/27
CURACAO: Du S/S Reefer 1930 8,269gt (ex VANCOUVER-Germany 1940)

1943: 1/30; 8/19; 10/16

1944: 1/12; 3/20; 5/26; 9/20; 11/18

1945: 3/18


CUSTODIAN: Br S/S 1928 5,881gt

1942: 12/1 1945: 5/20; 12/8


CUYABA: Brazil S/S Pass 1906 6,489gt

Arr 1940: 3/1; 3/13

1941: 4/25; 5/7

1942: 1/3; 1/16

8/25/1943: In collision with and sinking freighter Siqueira Campos (Brz) 4 miles off Caponga (Brazil).
CUZCO: Am S/S 1919 5,496gt

Arr 1940: 5/18

1940: Transferred to Panama renamed Carmonia*(sunk).
CYGNET: Pan S/S 1911 3,726gt (ex THEOSKEPASTI-Gre 1943)

1944: 8/12

7/10/1943: Grounded near Cape d’Or. Refloated but taking on water. Beached at Port Greville, Nova Scotia. Subsequently

refloated and taken to drydock. Repaired. Put back in service.


CYMBULA: Br M/T 1938 8,033gt (ex Dutch)

1942: 3/3; 4/27

1943: 1/21; 8/6; 10/16; 12/8

1944: 2/4; 3/20; 5/4; 6/17; 8/16; 9/30

1945: 4/17
CYPRESS HILLS PARK: Br/Can S/T (Park-V) 1944 7,262gt

1944: 5/25 1945: 2/13; 4/24


CYPRIA: Nor M/V 1931 4,366gt

1939: 10/11; 10/30

Arr 1940: 1/24; 2/5; 4/25; 6/24; 8/15

1941: 1/24

1942: 5/21; 12/14R

1945: 3/16


CYRUS FIELD: Br S/S Cable Ship 1924 1,288gt

1942: 4/23; 6/3R; 9/16; 11/23R

1943: 1/25 delayed-awaiting orders-expected to proceed 1/29; 5/6

1944: 1/7; 2/10; 2/28

1945: 3/1 from West Indies diverted to Key West; 3/26; 5/8; 5/24
CYRUS H. K. CURTIS: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 12/1 1944: 3/26; 4/4 1945: 7/7

6/22/1944: Struck mine while anchored off Sword Beach discharging cargo. Moved to Juno Beach and where anchored.

Struck another mine on the following day. Damages were light.

Voyage: Vessel arrived from Southend at Normandy off Sword Beach with troops and general cargo.
CYRUS H. McCORMICK: Am (EC2) 1942 7,181gt

1943: 5/18; 10/21

1944: 4/4 detained-awaiting orders-proceeding 4/10; 4/11; 9/5

1945: 2/1; 4/2

4/18/1945: Torpedoed and sunk by U1107 about 81nm west of Pointe de Penmarche, France at 47 47N-06 26W.

Voyage: New York (lv 4/2) in convoy HX 348 for the Downs with building materiel, locomotives and machinery.


CYRUS SEARS: Br (N3-S-A1) 1943 1,791gt

1943: 7/14


CYRUS T. BRADY: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1944: 4/26; 7/15


CYRUS W. FIELD: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943:11/6 1944: 5/10


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