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Pulpit Point - (1933-1934)
See also : Winamac (2) - (1934-1941)
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"Pulpit Point", was built in 1926.
Renamed as the second "Winamac" in 1934.
Torpedoed and sunk on 31.08.1942.
The Miramar Ship Index for "PULPIT POINT"
Torpedoed and sunk 10.36 N / 54.34 W on 31.08.1942.
Additional Information from the Starke & Schell Ships-registers ;
PULPIT POINT - 1926 BR 1T (aft) (11)
8,621 GRT for Vacuum Oil Co., Ltd., London 460.0 x 62.8
Tanker built by Lithgows, Ltd., Port Glasgow (10) #792 149732
1933 - Standard Transportation Co., Ltd., Hong Kong
1934 - WINAMAC, s/o
1941 - Socony-Vacuum Transportation Co., Ltd., London
Torpedoed and sunk by U 66, 31 Aug 1942, in 10.36N-54.34W,
voyage Trinidad - St. Michaels, Azores, fuel oil.
Additional information from Uboat.net :
Type: Steam tanker
Tonnage: 8.621 tons
Owner: Socony Vacuum Transportation Co Ltd, Montreal
Date of attack: 31 Aug, 1942
Fate: Sunk by U-66 (Friedrich Markworth)
Position: 10.36N, 54.34W - Grid EE 9590
- See location on a map -
Complement: ? men (? dead and ? survivors).
Notes on loss: -