An inquiry later determined that the crew of Laurentic was responsible for the accident. So too were the 3211 ingots of gold. People missing from this listing? [11], The destroyer HMS Hesperus then arrived, drove U-99 away and turned to rescue survivors from Laurentic. The building of this ship is peculiar in several respects. [3], At the time, the two were the largest ships yet built for Canadian service and they were used as a form of full-scale experiment to decide on the machinery for the White Star Line's future Olympic-class ocean liners. The ship was famous for more reasons than the tragic loss of life at sea during the first World War though, the ship's story of intrigue and mystery is just as captivating as the story of it's demise. Commander: Captain J. Mathias, Lt. R.N.R. Armed Merchant Cruiser HMS Laurentic (F 51).

But it wasn’t just the men who were lost to the sea that night. She was carrying about 43 tons of gold ingots at the time of her loss, and as of 2017, 20 bars of gold are yet to be recovered. On 27 April 1928 she was transferred to the Liverpool – Quebec – Montreal route. "[7], In early August 1914, before Britain declared war on Germany in what was to become World War I, Laurentic sailed from Liverpool to Canada with her accommodations full of fleeing Europeans. BRINSTON, LESLIE (32), Seaman (no. [4] While crossing the Atlantic to New York on 22 January 1910, she was caught in a powerful storm; waves destroyed the windows of the upper deck and flooded the navigation bridge and the officers' quarters, disabling the service command transmitters. [6][7], The 1926 United Kingdom general strike delayed her building.

We have place for a photo as well if provided. Served on indicates the ships we have listed for the person, some were stationed on multiple ships hit by U-boats. She was also the last White Star ship to sink. [14] The last of the gold recovered by the Royal Navy was some 10 metres (33.8 feet) under the sea bed, thus the remaining gold may be difficult to reach. In addition to her passengers and crew, the ship was carrying 3,211 gold ingots (about 43 tons) stowed in its second class baggage room. At 0239 hrs an RAF Short Sunderland flying boat passed overhead, forcing U-99 to dive.

[15], In 2007, one of the deck guns was recovered and put on permanent display at Downings pier. She was eventually launched without ceremony on 16 June 1927. [citation needed] From April 1938 Laurentic was laid up again, at first at Southampton and later at Falmouth. The second SS Laurentic was a 18,724 GRT steam ocean liner built in 1927 by Harland and Wolff, Belfast, for the White Star Line. This page was last edited on 31 October 2020, at 17:34. She was converted to an armed merchant cruiser at the onset of World War I, and sank after striking two mines north of Ireland on 25 January 1917, with the loss of 354 lives. Exhaust steam from their low-pressure cylinders fed one low-pressure steam turbine, which drove her middle screw. 1928-08-17 RMS Laurentic Passenger List. The ship survived, and arrived safely to port. [11] In the morning, many were found frozen to death in their lifeboats, with their hands still gripping the oars. [11] Survivors rowed towards Fanad Lighthouse, and some were rescued by local fishing trawlers. In 1939 the Admiralty requisitioned her and had her converted into an armed merchant cruiser for the Royal Navy. [11][13] In 1934, three more ingots were recovered by a private salvage company and two more by the time that salvage company went bankrupt. 305X), SS Laurentic, Newfoundland Royal Naval Reserve, °1884 ~ †25/01/1917, Son of Robert William and Amelia Brinston; husband of Susie Brinston, of North Harbour, Placentia Bay, Memorial: Beaumont-Hamel (Newfoundland) Memorial "The U-boat Wars: White Star Line Ships During the War Years (WWI & WWII)", Shipwrecks and maritime incidents in November 1940, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=SS_Laurentic_(1927)&oldid=986408085, World War II passenger ships of the United Kingdom, World War II shipwrecks in the Atlantic Ocean, Ships sunk by German submarines in World War II, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2020, Wikipedia articles needing clarification from October 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. This is a listing of people associated with this ship.We also have a detailed page on the British Armed Merchant Cruiser HMS Laurentic (F 51). Years indicate year of entry into White Star service. [10] In June 1916 she left Asia en route to Halifax, Nova Scotia by way of Cape Town, and spent the following months patrolling near Halifax.

Later comparisons of the performance of the two ships revealed that Laurentic produced 20% more power than her sister for the same steam consumption, and for the same power output, Laurentic's coal consumption was twelve to fifteen percent lower than that of Megantic. The weather was bitterly cold and a blizzard affected visibility, but Captain Norton gave the order to proceed without the escort, despite reports that a German U-boat had been spotted in the area earlier. She was then assigned to cruising. During the voyage, Captain Mathias was accidentally struck by a steel beam while attempting to extinguish a coal fire, and died on 4 December of a fractured skull, two days before reaching Liverpool.[10].

[4], On 31 December 1927 she began her maiden voyage, sailing from Liverpool and cruising around the Mediterranean before returning to Liverpool on 17 April 1928. At 0453 hrs she fired a torpedo that hit Laurentic astern, igniting her depth charges. SS Laurentic was a British ocean liner of the White Star Line. The first was in the Strait of Belle Isle on 3 October 1932 with the steamship Lurigethen of the HE Moss Line. From December 1935 she was laid up in Liverpool. [11] She carried some 479 passengers, mostly naval officers, ratings, and Naval Volunteer Reserves, as well as a secret cargo of gold which was to be used for the purchase of war munitions from Canada and the United States. She was commissioned as HMS Laurentic with the pennant number F51.

Hesperus picked up Laurentic's commander, Captain EP Vivian, 50 of his officers and 316 ratings. [1] She was the last ship to be built for White Star Line[2] before it merged with Cunard Line.

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An inquiry later determined that the crew of Laurentic was responsible for the accident. So too were the 3211 ingots of gold. People missing from this listing? [11], The destroyer HMS Hesperus then arrived, drove U-99 away and turned to rescue survivors from Laurentic. The building of this ship is peculiar in several respects. [3], At the time, the two were the largest ships yet built for Canadian service and they were used as a form of full-scale experiment to decide on the machinery for the White Star Line's future Olympic-class ocean liners. The ship was famous for more reasons than the tragic loss of life at sea during the first World War though, the ship's story of intrigue and mystery is just as captivating as the story of it's demise. Commander: Captain J. Mathias, Lt. R.N.R. Armed Merchant Cruiser HMS Laurentic (F 51).

But it wasn’t just the men who were lost to the sea that night. She was carrying about 43 tons of gold ingots at the time of her loss, and as of 2017, 20 bars of gold are yet to be recovered. On 27 April 1928 she was transferred to the Liverpool – Quebec – Montreal route. "[7], In early August 1914, before Britain declared war on Germany in what was to become World War I, Laurentic sailed from Liverpool to Canada with her accommodations full of fleeing Europeans. BRINSTON, LESLIE (32), Seaman (no. [4] While crossing the Atlantic to New York on 22 January 1910, she was caught in a powerful storm; waves destroyed the windows of the upper deck and flooded the navigation bridge and the officers' quarters, disabling the service command transmitters. [6][7], The 1926 United Kingdom general strike delayed her building.

We have place for a photo as well if provided. Served on indicates the ships we have listed for the person, some were stationed on multiple ships hit by U-boats. She was also the last White Star ship to sink. [14] The last of the gold recovered by the Royal Navy was some 10 metres (33.8 feet) under the sea bed, thus the remaining gold may be difficult to reach. In addition to her passengers and crew, the ship was carrying 3,211 gold ingots (about 43 tons) stowed in its second class baggage room. At 0239 hrs an RAF Short Sunderland flying boat passed overhead, forcing U-99 to dive.

[15], In 2007, one of the deck guns was recovered and put on permanent display at Downings pier. She was eventually launched without ceremony on 16 June 1927. [citation needed] From April 1938 Laurentic was laid up again, at first at Southampton and later at Falmouth. The second SS Laurentic was a 18,724 GRT steam ocean liner built in 1927 by Harland and Wolff, Belfast, for the White Star Line. This page was last edited on 31 October 2020, at 17:34. She was converted to an armed merchant cruiser at the onset of World War I, and sank after striking two mines north of Ireland on 25 January 1917, with the loss of 354 lives. Exhaust steam from their low-pressure cylinders fed one low-pressure steam turbine, which drove her middle screw. 1928-08-17 RMS Laurentic Passenger List. The ship survived, and arrived safely to port. [11] In the morning, many were found frozen to death in their lifeboats, with their hands still gripping the oars. [11] Survivors rowed towards Fanad Lighthouse, and some were rescued by local fishing trawlers. In 1939 the Admiralty requisitioned her and had her converted into an armed merchant cruiser for the Royal Navy. [11][13] In 1934, three more ingots were recovered by a private salvage company and two more by the time that salvage company went bankrupt. 305X), SS Laurentic, Newfoundland Royal Naval Reserve, °1884 ~ †25/01/1917, Son of Robert William and Amelia Brinston; husband of Susie Brinston, of North Harbour, Placentia Bay, Memorial: Beaumont-Hamel (Newfoundland) Memorial "The U-boat Wars: White Star Line Ships During the War Years (WWI & WWII)", Shipwrecks and maritime incidents in November 1940, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=SS_Laurentic_(1927)&oldid=986408085, World War II passenger ships of the United Kingdom, World War II shipwrecks in the Atlantic Ocean, Ships sunk by German submarines in World War II, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2020, Wikipedia articles needing clarification from October 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. This is a listing of people associated with this ship.We also have a detailed page on the British Armed Merchant Cruiser HMS Laurentic (F 51). Years indicate year of entry into White Star service. [10] In June 1916 she left Asia en route to Halifax, Nova Scotia by way of Cape Town, and spent the following months patrolling near Halifax.

Later comparisons of the performance of the two ships revealed that Laurentic produced 20% more power than her sister for the same steam consumption, and for the same power output, Laurentic's coal consumption was twelve to fifteen percent lower than that of Megantic. The weather was bitterly cold and a blizzard affected visibility, but Captain Norton gave the order to proceed without the escort, despite reports that a German U-boat had been spotted in the area earlier. She was then assigned to cruising. During the voyage, Captain Mathias was accidentally struck by a steel beam while attempting to extinguish a coal fire, and died on 4 December of a fractured skull, two days before reaching Liverpool.[10].

[4], On 31 December 1927 she began her maiden voyage, sailing from Liverpool and cruising around the Mediterranean before returning to Liverpool on 17 April 1928. At 0453 hrs she fired a torpedo that hit Laurentic astern, igniting her depth charges. SS Laurentic was a British ocean liner of the White Star Line. The first was in the Strait of Belle Isle on 3 October 1932 with the steamship Lurigethen of the HE Moss Line. From December 1935 she was laid up in Liverpool. [11] She carried some 479 passengers, mostly naval officers, ratings, and Naval Volunteer Reserves, as well as a secret cargo of gold which was to be used for the purchase of war munitions from Canada and the United States. She was commissioned as HMS Laurentic with the pennant number F51.

Hesperus picked up Laurentic's commander, Captain EP Vivian, 50 of his officers and 316 ratings. [1] She was the last ship to be built for White Star Line[2] before it merged with Cunard Line.

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An inquiry later determined that the crew of Laurentic was responsible for the accident. So too were the 3211 ingots of gold. People missing from this listing? [11], The destroyer HMS Hesperus then arrived, drove U-99 away and turned to rescue survivors from Laurentic. The building of this ship is peculiar in several respects. [3], At the time, the two were the largest ships yet built for Canadian service and they were used as a form of full-scale experiment to decide on the machinery for the White Star Line's future Olympic-class ocean liners. The ship was famous for more reasons than the tragic loss of life at sea during the first World War though, the ship's story of intrigue and mystery is just as captivating as the story of it's demise. Commander: Captain J. Mathias, Lt. R.N.R. Armed Merchant Cruiser HMS Laurentic (F 51).

But it wasn’t just the men who were lost to the sea that night. She was carrying about 43 tons of gold ingots at the time of her loss, and as of 2017, 20 bars of gold are yet to be recovered. On 27 April 1928 she was transferred to the Liverpool – Quebec – Montreal route. "[7], In early August 1914, before Britain declared war on Germany in what was to become World War I, Laurentic sailed from Liverpool to Canada with her accommodations full of fleeing Europeans. BRINSTON, LESLIE (32), Seaman (no. [4] While crossing the Atlantic to New York on 22 January 1910, she was caught in a powerful storm; waves destroyed the windows of the upper deck and flooded the navigation bridge and the officers' quarters, disabling the service command transmitters. [6][7], The 1926 United Kingdom general strike delayed her building.

We have place for a photo as well if provided. Served on indicates the ships we have listed for the person, some were stationed on multiple ships hit by U-boats. She was also the last White Star ship to sink. [14] The last of the gold recovered by the Royal Navy was some 10 metres (33.8 feet) under the sea bed, thus the remaining gold may be difficult to reach. In addition to her passengers and crew, the ship was carrying 3,211 gold ingots (about 43 tons) stowed in its second class baggage room. At 0239 hrs an RAF Short Sunderland flying boat passed overhead, forcing U-99 to dive.

[15], In 2007, one of the deck guns was recovered and put on permanent display at Downings pier. She was eventually launched without ceremony on 16 June 1927. [citation needed] From April 1938 Laurentic was laid up again, at first at Southampton and later at Falmouth. The second SS Laurentic was a 18,724 GRT steam ocean liner built in 1927 by Harland and Wolff, Belfast, for the White Star Line. This page was last edited on 31 October 2020, at 17:34. She was converted to an armed merchant cruiser at the onset of World War I, and sank after striking two mines north of Ireland on 25 January 1917, with the loss of 354 lives. Exhaust steam from their low-pressure cylinders fed one low-pressure steam turbine, which drove her middle screw. 1928-08-17 RMS Laurentic Passenger List. The ship survived, and arrived safely to port. [11] In the morning, many were found frozen to death in their lifeboats, with their hands still gripping the oars. [11] Survivors rowed towards Fanad Lighthouse, and some were rescued by local fishing trawlers. In 1939 the Admiralty requisitioned her and had her converted into an armed merchant cruiser for the Royal Navy. [11][13] In 1934, three more ingots were recovered by a private salvage company and two more by the time that salvage company went bankrupt. 305X), SS Laurentic, Newfoundland Royal Naval Reserve, °1884 ~ †25/01/1917, Son of Robert William and Amelia Brinston; husband of Susie Brinston, of North Harbour, Placentia Bay, Memorial: Beaumont-Hamel (Newfoundland) Memorial "The U-boat Wars: White Star Line Ships During the War Years (WWI & WWII)", Shipwrecks and maritime incidents in November 1940, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=SS_Laurentic_(1927)&oldid=986408085, World War II passenger ships of the United Kingdom, World War II shipwrecks in the Atlantic Ocean, Ships sunk by German submarines in World War II, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2020, Wikipedia articles needing clarification from October 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. This is a listing of people associated with this ship.We also have a detailed page on the British Armed Merchant Cruiser HMS Laurentic (F 51). Years indicate year of entry into White Star service. [10] In June 1916 she left Asia en route to Halifax, Nova Scotia by way of Cape Town, and spent the following months patrolling near Halifax.

Later comparisons of the performance of the two ships revealed that Laurentic produced 20% more power than her sister for the same steam consumption, and for the same power output, Laurentic's coal consumption was twelve to fifteen percent lower than that of Megantic. The weather was bitterly cold and a blizzard affected visibility, but Captain Norton gave the order to proceed without the escort, despite reports that a German U-boat had been spotted in the area earlier. She was then assigned to cruising. During the voyage, Captain Mathias was accidentally struck by a steel beam while attempting to extinguish a coal fire, and died on 4 December of a fractured skull, two days before reaching Liverpool.[10].

[4], On 31 December 1927 she began her maiden voyage, sailing from Liverpool and cruising around the Mediterranean before returning to Liverpool on 17 April 1928. At 0453 hrs she fired a torpedo that hit Laurentic astern, igniting her depth charges. SS Laurentic was a British ocean liner of the White Star Line. The first was in the Strait of Belle Isle on 3 October 1932 with the steamship Lurigethen of the HE Moss Line. From December 1935 she was laid up in Liverpool. [11] She carried some 479 passengers, mostly naval officers, ratings, and Naval Volunteer Reserves, as well as a secret cargo of gold which was to be used for the purchase of war munitions from Canada and the United States. She was commissioned as HMS Laurentic with the pennant number F51.

Hesperus picked up Laurentic's commander, Captain EP Vivian, 50 of his officers and 316 ratings. [1] She was the last ship to be built for White Star Line[2] before it merged with Cunard Line.

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"[12] Bodies of the dead continued to wash up on shore for several weeks.[11]. At the time the gold was valued at £5 million (£231,468,000 in 2020) and was intended to pay for war munitions. [11] Without power the main pumps were inoperable and the ship sank within an hour. The best of order prevailed after the explosion. [11], On 26 August 1939, a few days before the Second World War, the Admiralty requisitioned Laurentic. [11] As of 2016, 20 bars of gold remain unaccounted for. [8][10], On 1 February, The New York Times reported that the last person to leave the ship was Captain Norton, who survived. The second SS Laurentic was a 18,724 GRT steam ocean liner built in 1927 by Harland and Wolff, Belfast, for the White Star Line. [9], In 1933 or 1934 there was a Worldwide revision of the code letters of merchant ships. [11], U-99 then attacked Patroclus, which was rescuing survivors from Casanare. [12] The second was on 18 August 1935 when Blue Star Line's Napier Star accidentally rammed Laurentic in the Irish Sea, killing six members of Laurentic's crew. She was carrying about 43 tons of gold ingots at the time of her loss, and as of 2017, 20 bars of gold are yet to be recovered. At 2337 hrs, from a range of only 250 metres, U-99 fired a third torpedo, which struck Laurentic in the hole made by explosion of the first. This was her route for most of her commercial career, but also occasionally cruised the Mediterranean.

An inquiry later determined that the crew of Laurentic was responsible for the accident. So too were the 3211 ingots of gold. People missing from this listing? [11], The destroyer HMS Hesperus then arrived, drove U-99 away and turned to rescue survivors from Laurentic. The building of this ship is peculiar in several respects. [3], At the time, the two were the largest ships yet built for Canadian service and they were used as a form of full-scale experiment to decide on the machinery for the White Star Line's future Olympic-class ocean liners. The ship was famous for more reasons than the tragic loss of life at sea during the first World War though, the ship's story of intrigue and mystery is just as captivating as the story of it's demise. Commander: Captain J. Mathias, Lt. R.N.R. Armed Merchant Cruiser HMS Laurentic (F 51).

But it wasn’t just the men who were lost to the sea that night. She was carrying about 43 tons of gold ingots at the time of her loss, and as of 2017, 20 bars of gold are yet to be recovered. On 27 April 1928 she was transferred to the Liverpool – Quebec – Montreal route. "[7], In early August 1914, before Britain declared war on Germany in what was to become World War I, Laurentic sailed from Liverpool to Canada with her accommodations full of fleeing Europeans. BRINSTON, LESLIE (32), Seaman (no. [4] While crossing the Atlantic to New York on 22 January 1910, she was caught in a powerful storm; waves destroyed the windows of the upper deck and flooded the navigation bridge and the officers' quarters, disabling the service command transmitters. [6][7], The 1926 United Kingdom general strike delayed her building.

We have place for a photo as well if provided. Served on indicates the ships we have listed for the person, some were stationed on multiple ships hit by U-boats. She was also the last White Star ship to sink. [14] The last of the gold recovered by the Royal Navy was some 10 metres (33.8 feet) under the sea bed, thus the remaining gold may be difficult to reach. In addition to her passengers and crew, the ship was carrying 3,211 gold ingots (about 43 tons) stowed in its second class baggage room. At 0239 hrs an RAF Short Sunderland flying boat passed overhead, forcing U-99 to dive.

[15], In 2007, one of the deck guns was recovered and put on permanent display at Downings pier. She was eventually launched without ceremony on 16 June 1927. [citation needed] From April 1938 Laurentic was laid up again, at first at Southampton and later at Falmouth. The second SS Laurentic was a 18,724 GRT steam ocean liner built in 1927 by Harland and Wolff, Belfast, for the White Star Line. This page was last edited on 31 October 2020, at 17:34. She was converted to an armed merchant cruiser at the onset of World War I, and sank after striking two mines north of Ireland on 25 January 1917, with the loss of 354 lives. Exhaust steam from their low-pressure cylinders fed one low-pressure steam turbine, which drove her middle screw. 1928-08-17 RMS Laurentic Passenger List. The ship survived, and arrived safely to port. [11] In the morning, many were found frozen to death in their lifeboats, with their hands still gripping the oars. [11] Survivors rowed towards Fanad Lighthouse, and some were rescued by local fishing trawlers. In 1939 the Admiralty requisitioned her and had her converted into an armed merchant cruiser for the Royal Navy. [11][13] In 1934, three more ingots were recovered by a private salvage company and two more by the time that salvage company went bankrupt. 305X), SS Laurentic, Newfoundland Royal Naval Reserve, °1884 ~ †25/01/1917, Son of Robert William and Amelia Brinston; husband of Susie Brinston, of North Harbour, Placentia Bay, Memorial: Beaumont-Hamel (Newfoundland) Memorial "The U-boat Wars: White Star Line Ships During the War Years (WWI & WWII)", Shipwrecks and maritime incidents in November 1940, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=SS_Laurentic_(1927)&oldid=986408085, World War II passenger ships of the United Kingdom, World War II shipwrecks in the Atlantic Ocean, Ships sunk by German submarines in World War II, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2020, Wikipedia articles needing clarification from October 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. This is a listing of people associated with this ship.We also have a detailed page on the British Armed Merchant Cruiser HMS Laurentic (F 51). Years indicate year of entry into White Star service. [10] In June 1916 she left Asia en route to Halifax, Nova Scotia by way of Cape Town, and spent the following months patrolling near Halifax.

Later comparisons of the performance of the two ships revealed that Laurentic produced 20% more power than her sister for the same steam consumption, and for the same power output, Laurentic's coal consumption was twelve to fifteen percent lower than that of Megantic. The weather was bitterly cold and a blizzard affected visibility, but Captain Norton gave the order to proceed without the escort, despite reports that a German U-boat had been spotted in the area earlier. She was then assigned to cruising. During the voyage, Captain Mathias was accidentally struck by a steel beam while attempting to extinguish a coal fire, and died on 4 December of a fractured skull, two days before reaching Liverpool.[10].

[4], On 31 December 1927 she began her maiden voyage, sailing from Liverpool and cruising around the Mediterranean before returning to Liverpool on 17 April 1928. At 0453 hrs she fired a torpedo that hit Laurentic astern, igniting her depth charges. SS Laurentic was a British ocean liner of the White Star Line. The first was in the Strait of Belle Isle on 3 October 1932 with the steamship Lurigethen of the HE Moss Line. From December 1935 she was laid up in Liverpool. [11] She carried some 479 passengers, mostly naval officers, ratings, and Naval Volunteer Reserves, as well as a secret cargo of gold which was to be used for the purchase of war munitions from Canada and the United States. She was commissioned as HMS Laurentic with the pennant number F51.

Hesperus picked up Laurentic's commander, Captain EP Vivian, 50 of his officers and 316 ratings. [1] She was the last ship to be built for White Star Line[2] before it merged with Cunard Line.

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