Hebe Wreck

 | By Seamus on 3/19/2015 10:05:05 PM | Views (2820)
The SS Hebe was a Dutch cargo transport which struck the British armed trawler, HMT St Cathan (FY 234), on Saturday April 11th 1942.  Both ships were under blackout orders.  All 31 crew members of the Hebe survived.

The Hebe was built in 1916 by Boele´s Scheepswerven En Machinefabriek, in Bolnes, South Holland, Netherlands.  The ship weighed 1,140 tons and was steam drive with a 800 horsepower triple expansion engine.  The ship had a cruising speed of ten knots.

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Hebe Wreck is a fishing spot. A shipwreck or wreckage from a sunken vessel is located at this spot.

This fishing spot was added to the database on 4/15/2013 9:06:23 PM by Seamus and last updated on 3/19/2015 10:05:05 PM.


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Degree, Decimal Minutes:
33º 08.677', 78º 14.983'
Decimal Degrees:
33.14462, -78.24972
Degree, Minutes, Seconds:
33º 08' 40.63", 78º 14' 58.99"

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