British Splendour

Date published:
Feb 1st, 2019
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*British Splendour* was a tanker built in 1931 by Palmer’s Shipbuilding & Iron Co., in Newcastle, England. It was 441 feet long and had a gross tonnage of 7,138. On 7 April 1942, *British Splendour* was carrying a cargo of 10,000 tons of benzene when a torpedo from the German U-boat U*-552* slammed into its side setting the ship ablaze and killing 12 of its 41 person crew. The wreck now rests in about 100’ of water off North Carolina. Credit: NOAA/Monitor NMS

Thanks for the original asset creator : NOAA's Monitor National Marine Sanctuary
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