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Category:Coningbeg (ship, 1904)

  • type: cargo ship
  • Built by: Ailsa Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Troon
  • Yard No.116
  • Completed: February 1904
  • propulsion: steam
  • weight (tons): 1279 grt 1,429-ton
  • dimensions : 82,5 x 11 x 5,1 m
  • engine: 3-cylinder triple expansion steam enginw
  • power: 469 n.h.p.
  • speed: 14 knots
  • date lost: 17/12/1917 [dd/mm/yyyy]


  • launched as the CLODAGH (Official No.102005) for Waterford Steamship Co., Ltd., Waterford.
  • 1912 she was renamed CONINGBEG by Clyde Shipping Co., Ltd., Glasgow
  • The ship went missing since sailing Liverpool, on 17 December 1917, for Waterford, with general cargo, and was torpedoed and sunk by U 61, the following day, in the Irish Sea, approx. 20 miles SW of Bardsey Island

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