Tenía unas dimensiones de 160,40 metros de eslora, 20,20 metros de manga y un desplazamiento de 13.465 toneladas. At best, he said, such an action "could only further inflame the world, and particularly America, against Germany, with no appreciable profits from the sinking." She worked between the United Kingdom and the east coast of Canada until September 1939, when a torpedo from the German submarine U-30 sank her in the Western Approaches. to the Norwegian Company Brunn & von der Lippe of Tronsberg who extensively Everything fits."[24]. This fact was reported to the bridge of Knute Nelson. Town, Hobart - Australia [citation needed], A month later the Völkischer Beobachter, the Nazi party's official newspaper, published an article which blamed the loss of Athenia on the UK, accusing Winston Churchill, then First Lord of the Admiralty, of sinking the ship to turn neutral opinion against Germany. adviser to Blyth Masonic. Herbert Hoover expressed his doubts, saying, "It is such poor tactics that I cannot believe that even the clumsy Germans would do such a thing", while North Carolina senator Robert Rice Reynolds denied that Germany had any motive to sink Athenia. rebuilt her Tyne side [25] Even if this was the case, and if it was decided to sink their ship, it was required that passengers and crew must be transferred to a "place of safety" as a priority. and placed back into service for another good eighteen years. 1917 and 1919. was also taken over by the “Liner Requisition Scheme” how both ships kept each other in sight all the way. been provided by Shipping Companies and private photographers or collectors. SS Athenic was a British passenger liner built by Harland & Wolff shipyards for the White Star Line in 1901. author’s private collection. the especially insulated cargo holds. Although Call sign: TDNC - official registration number S.S. Athenia sank stern first at 1040hrs on 4th September 1939 after remaining afloat for 14 hours. After the construction of the Pier 21 immigration complex in Halifax in 1928, Athenia became a more frequent caller at Halifax, making over 100 trips to Halifax with immigrants. Horn. The Athenic is ready to take them on board and the horse Shute can be seen SS Athenic departed on her maiden voyage from London tons of Welsh or ninety-two tons of Westport Če vas je sem pripeljala notranja povezava , jo lahko popravite tako, da bo usmerjena na pomensko ustrezno stran ( popravi z orodjem dablinks ). [25] Lemp of U-30 did none of these things, choosing instead to fire without warning. Regardless the White Star management changes, white superstructure, ��������������������� buff or “at” the SS Corinthic and the ship breakers yard on December Then in 1934 after White Star Line and Cunard 1931. 1916, whilst she was on her way from Cardiff to looking forward to their voyage and to a new life that would await them as they the Mayor of Auckland asked Shaw Savill if the ships bell could be presented to the especially insulated cargo holds. seen after her eventful life and now at the breakers in 1962. "Meeting of the General Committee at S/S Corinthic, Hughes On May SS Doric foi um transatlântico britânico operado pela companhia White Star Line.. História. mjandlkatihug.co.nz 14.05.06. SS Ionic. diameter each pair, and stroke 48 inches. regular services with additional ports as required. She worked between the United Kingdom and the east coast of Canada until September 1939, when a torpedo from the German submarine U-30 sank her in the Western Approaches. provided to me without details regarding the photographer/owner concerned. Na svou první plavbu z Londýna přes Kapské Město do Wellingtonu vyplul 13. února 1902. wealthy passengers experienced on a fine liner the SS Corinthic between 1902 and Canterbury had her last refit before the Cunard-White Star merger was but sadly a doomed cruise ship! [2], Athenia was built for Anchor-Donaldson Line, which was a joint venture between Anchor Line and Donaldson Line. this work the fittings referred to in the minute were used in fitting out the As SS Corinthic departed a cold Southampton The Elizabeth Snr and James Snr, directly in front of the standing NZ woman, behind The U-boat War in World War Two (Kriegsmarine, 1939-1945) and World War One (Kaiserliche Marine, 1914-1918) and the Allied efforts to counter the threat. Athenia and Letitia were the two largest ships in Donaldson's various fleets. Dönitz at once sent Lemp to Berlin, where he explained the incident to Raeder. collected so regularly from various captured ships, and these were transferred SS Corinthic Class Liners – maiden voyage was third Engineer, Wallis Vincent Browne, Provided travel/cruise agencies or any other organisations! Main Menu. , although, and I have done my best to Built by Harland and Wolff in Belfast for the White Star Line. 'TAHITI' - departed Wellington for San Francisco, via Rarotonga and Papeete, on 15 August 1922. been provided by Shipping Companies and private photographers or collectors. There was accommodation for 121-1st, 17-2nd and 450-3rd class passengers. harbour for some twelve months! The truth is they were including massive insulated cargo holds that were capable of carrying up to ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������. on ssmaritime and associate pages are by the author or from the by the German Raider SS Pinguin on, Pelagos In John Dickson Carr's novel The Man Who Could Not Shudder, Dr Fell announces the end of story by showing his audience a newspaper bearing headline "LINER ATHENIA: FULL LIST OF VICTIMS". W.B. They also had water ballasts. by the author or from the last one being one of most glamorous super yachts ever built, the 91.4 m / Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Guy Finch-Hatton, 14th Earl of Winchilsea, "Martha Goddard died on the Athenia in Sept 1939", "SS Athenia, First Casualty of the U-Boat War on the 3 September 1939", "The Finest Consignment of Curling Stones Ever...", "Nova Scotia House of Assembly Committee on Veterans' Affairs", "Noted Painter of Flowers Visitor in Palm Springs", "Ship Name: Athenia Gross Tonnage: 13581", IWM Interview with survivor Pax Walker-Fryett, Anchor-Donaldson Line History and Ephemera (Letitia and Athenia) at the GG Archives, Shipwrecks and maritime incidents in September 1939, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=SS_Athenia_(1922)&oldid=1004135961, Ships sunk by German submarines in World War II, World War II merchant ships of the United Kingdom, World War II passenger ships of the United Kingdom, World War II shipwrecks in the Atlantic Ocean, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2014, Articles with disputed statements from April 2017, Articles with unsourced statements from December 2009, Articles with unsourced statements from September 2019, Srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Pax Walker-Fryett, British stage and screen actress, Hannah Russell Crawford Baird, aged 66, a civilian stewardess from Montreal, who died in the sinking; she was the first Canadian killed in the war, Barbara Cass-Beggs, British-Canadian teacher, writer and musicologist, Charles Prince, Sr. and Charles Prince, Jr. both from, Nicola Lubitsch, the ten-month-old daughter of film director, Elizabeth Lewis and her two children, wife and children of attorney and legal advisor for, James Thornton Mustard, father of Canadian physician and cardiac surgeon, Dr. Edward T. Wilkes, a leader in health care for children, an author of several books on pediatrics, and founder and first president of the Pediatrics Society of New York, Margaretta Drexel, Countess of Winchelsea, wife of. Raeder claimed not to have known about this previous to publication and said that if he had known about it, he would have prevented its appearing.[17]. RMS "Athenic" (Twin screw), 12,234 tons. she was taken up under the “Liner Requisition Scheme” (whilst she 32 long years of faithful service. Today, this superb piece of memorabilia is located in the “Auckland War Memorial Museum.” Below is the original text of a meeting aboard These lists contain the names of the labourers who were recruited to support the development of the settlement. late afternoon on. SS Corinthic during the war Lemp later claimed that the fact that she was a darkened ship steering a zigzag course which seemed to be well off the normal shipping routes made him believe she was either a troopship, a Q-ship or an armed merchant cruiser. Her schedule was the same as SS Athenic, sailing via, Ionic, being the last of the Athenic series They were especially designed to operate on the profitable, Although these ships are generally known to be 300ft SS Corsair IV – You will find my feature on her very interesting as it for their glamorous yachts all named Corsair and the most famed of these is the – You will find my feature on her very interesting as it They cover the years 1844 to 1915. German U Boats and she was attached to the 24th submarine flotilla based in Norway. announced that the last of the Athenic’s, the RMS Ionic was to be sold, 22, 1902, and she was completed and delivered in December. Corinthic raced the New Zealand Shipping Co (NZSC) Liner. On October Ultimately, all deaths were the result of the U-boat violating orders and torpedoing a merchant passenger liner. Bar. Thus, should there be a reader She was equipped with refrigerated holds for the carriage of frozen meat. As Athenia was an unarmed passenger ship, the attack violated the Hague conventions and the London Naval Treaty of 1930 that allowed all warships, including submarines, to stop and search merchant vessels, but forbade capture as prize or sinking unless the ship was carrying contraband or engaged in military activity. of Bluff, Savill Line Postcard designates her as the RMS Athenic, but she was always Company of Hamburg to alter her schedule and she would now sail from Wellington of Welsh coal. Bolckowes, Ship breaking Yard, Architect and They had rather than the dockworkers taking her first. visit. in 1962. She made her maiden voyage for an Anchor-Donaldson/Cunard joint service on 21 April 1923 from Glasgow and Liverpool, to Montreal. Winifred Walker, award-winning botanical artist and official artist to the English Royal Horticultural Society of Westminster, in England, and later, artist-in-residence at the University of California. regular services with additional ports as required. Athenia remained afloat for more than 14 hours, until she finally sank stern first at 10:40 the next morning. SS Athenic. the logo above to reach the ssMaritime FrontPage for News Updates & house builders being the famed Harland & Wolff Shipyards in, J. P. Morgan and his son Jack Morgan are known then been scuttled. addition I will include with a tea caddy from the SS Corinthic I featuring the Sloužil jako nákladní loď s chladicím zařízením, takže mohl převážet i zmražené maso, ale měl i prostory pro cestující. . official registration number 115337. trials and was duly delivered to her owners. Athenia Athenic Athinai Athlone Castle Athos II (Messageries Maritimes) (see also French Line) Atlantic (American Banner Lines) (later American Export Isbrandtsen Lines) Atlantic (Collins Line) Atlantic (Home Lines) Atlantica Atlántico Atlantida Atlantique Atlas Atrato Atreus Atsuta Maru Auckland Star Auguste Victoria Augustus (1951; Italian Line) Whilst these ships were being constructed and was decided by Shaw Savill to dispose of her and thus she commenced her final SS Athenia was the first Donaldson ship of that name to be torpedoed and sunk off Inishtrahull, by a German submarine SM U - 53 the later SS Athenia SS Athenia was a steam turbine transatlantic passenger liner built in Glasgow, Scotland in 1923 for the Anchor - Donaldson Line, which later became the Donaldson commander of U - 28, U - 30 and U - 110. these three great liners would continue to sail Down Under to, Athenic was the first to be launched of the Below is the original text of a meeting aboard announced that the last of the Athenic’s, the RMS Ionic was to be sold, A Canadian girl, 10-year-old Margaret Hayworth,[15] was among the casualties, and was one of the first Canadians to be killed by enemy action. from the UK to Wellington and Elizabeth Dunigan, born in 1870 is seated on On board was a load 1) spelling and punctuation as in minute. Athenic was located in, he men Na svou první plavbu z Londýna přes Kapské … Athenia was built by the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., and was launched at Govan, Scotland in 1923. operating passenger and cargo services to and from New Zealand. Recent extensive research concerning the incident appears in Cay Rademacher's 2009 book Drei Tage im September – die letzte Fahrt der Athenia, 1939 published by MareVerlag of Hamburg. Although the author has been webpage feature Daisy, which had run aground in Grand Banks. transporting passengers these three sisters had considerable cargo spaces, 17, 1901, �� “����������������� Corinthic – Yard 343, �� “����������������� Launched April ships for the time and had accommodations for 688 The, and the horse Shute can be seen 13, 1902, sailing via the Canary Islands, Cape [8] City of Flint took 223 survivors to Pier 21 at Halifax, and Knute Nelson landed 450 at Galway. An initiative of the South Australian Maritime Museum. The TSS Athenia, sailing from Glasgow for Montreal via Liverpool and Belfast, was the first maritime casualty of the war, claiming 122 lives. returned to Shaw Savill in 1919 and she recommenced her normal commercial Similarly, at the close of Patrick Hamilton's Hangover Square (1941) the protagonist, George Bone, finds that the newspapers were "all about the sinking of the Athenia". (Jennifer Howard’s Grandmother), James aged 19 and Betty the youngest at and it is recorded that she clocked up at least one two million miles and Also the whole of the seating in the Drawing room for �15 and such oak Ionic is seen in the port She had one funnel, four masts, 4 decks, and twin screws. Cruz where they were all released. She was 12,234 tons gross, 11,395 under deck and 7,833 net. GGA Image ID # 13c88888e9. A year but sadly a doomed cruise ship! photograph shows the stately looking SS Athenic just prior to for their glamorous yachts all named Corsair and the most famed of these is the The site is also not intended to be a museum, but rather a place where photos can be viewed, grouped, commented upon, analyzed, and interpreted for those interested in the photographs. funnel with a black top. In the US, 60 per cent of respondents to a Gallup poll believed the Germans were responsible, despite their initial claims that Athenia had been sunk by the UK for propaganda purposes, with only 9 per cent believing otherwise. Part One: Building – that had run aground near San Salvador. covers the yacht from the Piermont days to her conversion into an ultra deluxe Registration general tourist and transportation trade. voyage to New Zealand. ATHENIA 1922 The ATHENIA was built in 1922 by Fairfield Co Ltd, Glasgow for the Donaldson Line of Glasgow. [23], In 2017, the oceanographer and marine archaeologist David Mearns found a wreck he believes to be Athenia. Fairfield built a sister ship, Letitia, which was launched in October 1924 and was completed in 1925. 98,800 carcases of frozen lamb. He sent the F-class destroyer HMS Fame on an anti-submarine sweep of the area, while Electra, another E-class destroyer, HMS Escort, the Swedish yacht Southern Cross, the 5,749 GRT Norwegian dry cargo ship MS Knute Nelson,[7] and the US cargo ship City of Flint, rescued survivors. Description of the photograph above: James Dunigan (Jnr) was born in 1902 is standing on the left he is Zealand to England in her Third Class accommodations on the homeward leg. This ship took both the 8th South Canterbury 17, 1901, and was delivered to her owners on January Regardless the White Star management changes, New Zealand Passenger Lists . No. She was the lead ship of her class of three ocean liners. Ladies cloakroom. these three great liners would continue to sail Down Under to New Zealand Toggle navigation. 5 years of age. during her latter years, Built:�������������� 1901/02 by Harland & Wolff Zealand transporting New Zealand The Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company of Govan in Glasgow built Athenia, launching her on 28 January 1922 and completing her in 1923. Today, this superb piece of memorabilia is located in the “. Teise maailmasõja ajal muudeti laev ümber Briti kuningliku mereväe varuristlejaks. being sold to the Norwegians in 1928, Please Credit is given to all contributors. dated December 29th 1931. in 1917. Of the 1,418 aboard, 98 passengers[9][10] and 19 crew members were killed. Newspapers widely publicised the story, proclaiming "Ten-Year-Old Victim of Torpedo" as "Canadians Rallying Point", and set the tone for their coverage of the rest of the war. sailing through the Mediterranean. Ships; People; Ports; Photos; About Thus during this time she would often carry troops from New Before the war she operated at SS Rhein, an ocean liner for North German Lloyd. Nepřihlášen. to Wellington. There was accommodation for 516-cabin and 1,000-3rd class passengers. J. P. Morgan and his son Jack Morgan are known 22, 1902, Tonnage:�������� Athenic - 12,234 GRT this stage, but more will follow soon. She measured 13,465 gross register tons (GRT) and 8,118 net register tons (NRT), was 526.3 ft (160.4 m) long between perpendiculars by 66.4 ft (20.2 m) beam and had a depth of 38.1 ft (11.6 m). regular passengers in First and Second Classes as she basically retained her the two other children. 1926, the now prefixed RMS Athenic became a two class ship offering Second and the Athenic trio would depart. All animals had to remain standing in 2… In She carried 1,103 passengers, including about 500 Jewish refugees, 469 Canadians, 311 US citizens and 72 UK subjects, and 315 crew. Type Paquebot transatlantique Histoire Chantier naval Fairfield Shipbuilding Lancement 28 janvier 1922 Commission 1923 Statut Coulé le 3 septembre 1939 par le U-30 Caractéristiques techniques Longueur 160,4 m Maître-bau 20,2 m Tirant d'eau 11,6 m Tonnage 13 465 tonneaux Propulsion 6 turbines à vapeur 2 hélices … 8 lifeboat capsized in a heavy sea below the stern of the yacht Southern Cross, killing ten people. SS Athenic seen as built. Classic Passenger Liners, Passenger-Cargo Liners & Cruise Ships! on each page, that is, when a page is updated! Once No. No movie has been made of the full story of the sinking, but the film Arise, My Love (1940), directed by Mitchell Leisen and starring Claudette Colbert and Ray Milland, had a sequence involving the torpedoing of the liner. One exploded on Athenia's port side in her engine room, and she began to settle by the stern. family history and the voyage for that matter. quadruple expansion engines with 8 cylinders of 22, 31�, 46 & 66 inches Co.”. travel/cruise agencies or any other organisations! Die Athenia fuhr fortan zusammen mit der Letitia in den Sommermonaten von Liverpool nach Quebec und Montreal und in der Wintersaison, wenn der Sankt-Lorenz-Strom zugefroren war, nach Halifax und Saint John. During her long and successful career she 1931! some eighty passengers and crew from the American, Munson Lines, SS Munamar secretaries of the Blyth Masonic Hall and the Blyth Masonic club. trust these will continue to provide, This fine Archives & Libraries | Births & Deaths | Cemeteries | General Resources | Maori Marriages | Message Boards | Military | Misc Records | Obits & Newspapers | Passenger Lists | Societies. Back to: New Zealand Genealogy Links. Shaw Savill flag and the ships name. These were large Details of DCrew; Reference: DCrew Title: CREW LISTS AND SHIPS' AGREEMENTS Description: These records consist of the Crew Lists and Ships' Agreements, with some Official (Crew) Log Books, which were required by law to be sent to the Registrar of Shipping and Seamen for ships registered in the United Kingdom. However, looking at these ships it does become quite obvious that these ships sister’s schedules, for from now on until these ships concluded services, The passenger lists in our archives. All Digitized Passenger Lists For the SS Athenia Available at the GG Archives. 31, 1919, she returned to her former New Zealand passenger author’s private collection. Although These It was agreed to give this work to the Cowpen Shipyard and Dry Dock general tourist and transportation trade. The sinking of Athenia plays an integral part of the plot of the novel Nemesis by Rory Clements. In addition there is Line” and its managers “Imrie and Ismay & Company.”. return voyage to Wellington Zealand on New Zealand Company: 1838-53. Organized by Date of Departure, Steamship Line, Steamship or Ocean Liner, Class of Passengers, Route, and the Ship's Captain. The sinking was given dramatic publicity throughout the English-speaking world. In 1936 it was decided to sell RMS Ionic after On February completed in 1929 and she was converted to a two class ship, accommodating Other deaths were due to falling overboard from Athenia and her lifeboats, or to injuries and exposure. The following details were provided by regular passengers in First and Second Classes as she basically retained her O SS Athenia foi um transatlântico construído em Glasgow para a Anchor-Donaldson Line, que mais tarde se tornou Donaldson Atlantic Line. Cabin and Third Class passengers. Addition there are some photographs provided to me without details regarding the photographer/owner concerned 29 years is. 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