ss CLAN MACLACHLAN
Yard Number 385, was named CLAN MACLACHLAN when launched on Monday, 29/01/1900 by Alexander Stephen & Sons Glasgow , for Cayzer Irvine & Co., Glasgow.
She is recorded as having sank on 19/07/1917
Ship Type: Cargo Vessel
Tonnage: 4729 grt
Length: 395.3 feet
Breadth: 48 feet
Draught: 27.1 feet
Cayzer Irvine & Co., Glasgow
Additional Information: Under the command of Captain JE McLean she was run down by the Italian steamer EUROPA when 60 miles SW of Cape Spartel on passage Cardiff for Gibraltar. As it was wartime both ships were sailing without lights. Her third engineer Mr N Peacock was killed by the collision and five Lascar seamen drowned.
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