The SS Glenartney was a British cargo ship that was sunk on 18 March 1915 in the English Channel, 4 nautical miles (7.4 km; 4.6 mi) south of the Royal Sovereign lightvessel, by a torpedo from SM UC-34. The ship was built by Charles Connell & Co. Ltd., Scotstoun, and owned by Gardiner James & Co. (Western SS Co. & Indian SS Co.), Glasgow, at the time of her loss. She was en route from Bangkok to London with a cargo of rice and meal. Captain J. Craig and 38 of his crew were rescued and landed at Newhaven by a torpedo boat. One member of the crew died.

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  • The SS Glenartney was a British cargo ship that was sunk on 18 March 1915 in the English Channel, 4 nautical miles (7.4 km; 4.6 mi) south of the Royal Sovereign lightvessel, by a torpedo from SM UC-34. The ship was built by Charles Connell & Co. Ltd., Scotstoun, and owned by Gardiner James & Co. (Western SS Co. & Indian SS Co.), Glasgow, at the time of her loss. She was en route from Bangkok to London with a cargo of rice and meal. Captain J. Craig and 38 of his crew were rescued and landed at Newhaven by a torpedo boat. One member of the crew died. (en)
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  • The SS Glenartney was a British cargo ship that was sunk on 18 March 1915 in the English Channel, 4 nautical miles (7.4 km; 4.6 mi) south of the Royal Sovereign lightvessel, by a torpedo from SM UC-34. The ship was built by Charles Connell & Co. Ltd., Scotstoun, and owned by Gardiner James & Co. (Western SS Co. & Indian SS Co.), Glasgow, at the time of her loss. She was en route from Bangkok to London with a cargo of rice and meal. Captain J. Craig and 38 of his crew were rescued and landed at Newhaven by a torpedo boat. One member of the crew died. (en)
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