|Total Records: 1|
|Caprivi||Norwegian||Tory Island Co Donegal||1915|
|Owner||Caprivi S.S.Co Ltd , McNabb, Rougier , London|
|Tonnage nrt/grt||2980g / 2282u / 1899n|
|Ship type||Steam Ship||Dimensions||325.6 | 40.6 | 23.7|
|Ships Role||Cargo Vessel||Rigging Style|
|Wreck Location||15 Miles N/E Of Tory Island Co Donegal|
|Position||55.34 N / 09.42 W||Passengers Lost|
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MINE SINKS STEAMER.
Norwegian Ship Caprivi Goes Down
Off Tory Island.
LONDON - April 24. The Norwegian steamship Caprivi which sailed from Baltimore April 6 for Christiania by way of Androssan Scotland struck a mine at a point fifteen miles northeast of Tory Island last night and sank according to a dispatch received here today by Lloyd's Agency from Inishtrahull Ireland. The crew of the Caprivi was landed at InishtrahuIl today.
The steamship Caprivi had a net tonnage of 1,872 and was built in 1892. The vessel was 350 feet long, 40 feet beam. and 20 feet deep.
New York Times April 25, 1915
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