D/S Dinaric

Other names
SS Coastworth, SS War Lemon
Call sign
BCFL
Class
H-class standard cargo ship
Shipping company
Nationality
Great Britain flaggGreat Britain

Shipyard

Name
Dunlop, Bremner & Co. Ltd., Port Glasgow, UK
Build year
1919
Yard number
336

Other

  • Participant in WW2
  • Civilian ship

Tonnage

Gross tonnage:
2555

Engine

Speed:
10,5

Dimensions

Length:
92,3m
Beam:
13,1m
Draft:
6,3m
  • Torpedert 9.7.1942.

    On the 6th July 1942 when on route from RINOUSKI & FATHER POINT for SYDNEY (N.S.) & UK carrying a cargo of 957 standards of timber & steel she was torpedoed by German submarine U-132 and sunk whilst in Convoy QS15 in the St Lawrence River south of Clarke City, Quebec. 4 crew lost from a total crew of 41. ref

    Sources

    http://www.plimsollshipdata.org/ship.php?ship_id=66281&name=Dinaric