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Thursday, May 29th 2014, 1:10pm

1902-1941: Truppentransporter Patmos, Konstanza und Schwarzes Meer / Transporter trupe, Constanta, Marea Neagra

1902-1941: Patmos


Technicals:
Yard: Neptunwerft, Rostock
Yard-Nr.: #204
Displacement: 1.907 GRT / 3.350 tdw
Dimensions: 88,40 x 12,29 m
Machines: 1 III-Exp., 860 PSi
Speed: 9 kn


History:
1902, Febr 5: launched
1902, March 6: delivered to DLL [Deutsche Levante Linie]
1914, Aug 1: in Black Sea, called at Konstantinopel
1914: placed in Turkish sea transport division, Osmanli Seyrisefain Idaresi, Istanbul, mgr.
1916, Sept 14: Patmos, with a five-destroyer escort, leaves Zongdulak with a full cargo of coal
1916, Sept 15: Patmos hits a mine off Karaburnu and has to be beached. Basra and Samsun rescue the crew and report the sinking
1916: salvaged and repaired
1917: again in service, Black Sea
1918, March 20: Hamidiye, Nümune-i Hamiyet and Muavent-i Milliye escort the German Steamer Patmos from Constanza to Odessa with troops
1918, March 30: Patmos sails again for Odessa with Basra, Samsun and Tasoz as escorts
1919, Aug 19: allocated to Great Britain, The Shipping Controller, J. Cormack & Co. , mgr. , London (Br), not renamed
1920: sold to the Byron S. S. Co. Ltd. , London, renamed LORD BROUGHTON
1922: sold to P. Sachtouris, Hydra (Gr), renamed NAVARCHOS G. SACHTOURIS
1928: sold back to Byron S. S. C0. ., Ltd. , London (Br), renamed MAID OF HYDRA
1931: sold back to P. Sachtouris, Hydra (Gr), renamed again NAVARCHOS G. SACHTOURIS
1937: sold to P. S. Antippas, Piraeus (Gr), renamed URANIA
1938: registered in Panama
1941, April 21: Sunk by German aircraft (KG 4) off Tobruk



1918: Ankunft der deutschen Orientkämpfer
mit dem Dampfer "Patmos" in Hamburg

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