Despina G. Michalinos WW1 1917

maximus
10th April 2008, 23:29
Hello,
Could you give me more information about this ship?

Despina G. Michalinos,
greek ship was torpedoed and sunk by a submarine in the Mediterranean on October 13th. 1917.

Michalinos Maritime & commercial Co. :1907; W.Gray & Co2851 tons; 331X47.5X20.1; 292 n.h.p. ; triple expansion engines.

The ship probably sunks near Cape Palos (Cartagena)

Thank's

Bruce Carson
11th April 2008, 00:38
Sunk by U-35 at 37* 42.5'N, 00* 38'W is about all I can add to the above.

joller6
11th April 2008, 01:52
Bit of info here may be of some interest.
Cheers
joller6

http://portcities.hartlepool.gov.uk/server.php?change=YardBookDisplay&minNum=729&maxNum=828&curPage=2

Dont know if this is also the one you want?

http://www.nauticalmuseum.com/ekthemata/20.htm

Volker
14th June 2008, 11:18
Hi everybody,
my name is Volker and I am a Member of the Deep Impact Explorer team and we located this wreck (and the wreck of the Wilmore/Atlantic) some weeks ago and finally been able to dive on it two days ago. The ship is resting upright at a depth of 88m. The deck is around 76-78m. We will dive there again in the next weeks to shoot some photos and also video. I will maybe post some pictures here or but them on our web site for people who are interested.
Volker

K urgess
14th June 2008, 12:11
Welcome aboard, Volker.
I'm sure the crew will be interested in your pictures when you post them.
Enjoy the voyage.

ian d.cameron
14th June 2008, 14:00
Some information on U35 and her Captain Lothar von Arnauld de la Perière
http://www.uboat.net/wwi/ships_hit/1621.html

TheGreek
2nd September 2008, 12:41
Thank you for the memories. This ship was owned by my family!