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The list of shipwrecks in 1914 includes some ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during 1914.

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January[]

2 January[]

  • Nerok ( Russian Empire) : The cargo ship was driven ashore near Rønne, Denmark with the loss of all but two of her crew.[1]

4 January[]

  • Oklahoma ( United States): The tanker exploded and sank in the Atlantic Ocean 50 nautical miles (93 km) south east of Sandy Hook, New Jersey with the loss of 32 of her 40 crew. Survivors were rescued by Bavaria ( German Empire) and Salvo ( Spain).[2]
  • Thomas Winsmore ( United States): The three-masted schooner ran aground on the Lookout Shoal in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of North Carolina and was wrecked. Her crew were rescued by USRC Seminole (United States United States Revenue Cutter Service).

10 January[]

  • Gina ( Kingdom of Italy): The coaster sank at Bosa, Sardinia whilst discharging cargo.[3]
  • HMCS Karluk ( Royal Canadian Navy): The brigantine was crushed by ice and sank off Herald Island, Russia during the Canadian Arctic Expedition.

13 January[]

  • Ajuricaba ( Brazil): The cargo ship foundered in the Amazon River at Manaus[3]
  • Cobequid ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The passenger ship ran aground in the Bay of Fundy 8 nautical miles (15 km) north east of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. All on board were rescued.[4]

14 January[]

  • Kenkon Maru XI ( Japan): The cargo ship struck a rock at Harimoen Djawa and was wrecked. Her crew survived.[4]

16 January[]

17 January[]

  • Spring ( Norway): The cargo ship collided with another vessel and sank in Heltefjord.[5]

21 January[]

  • Alexandra ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground in the Atlantic Ocean 3 nautical miles (5.6 km) off Sagres, Portugal and was wrecked. Her crew were rescued.[6]

25 January[]

  • Armenia ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground on Goeree, Zeeland, Netherlands. She was refloated on 30 January.[7]

27 January[]

  • Restless ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The schooner was run down and sunk in the Thames Estuary off Southend, Essex by the dredger Lord Desborough ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) with the loss of three of her seven crew.[8]
  • Sao Vicente ( Brazil): The cargo ship sank on this date.[9]

28 January[]

  • Pohdonia ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The dredger departed Freemantle, Western Australia on this date for Port Pirie, South Australia. She subsequently foundered in the Pacific Ocean with the loss of all hands.[10]

30 January[]

  • Monroe ( United States): The ocean liner collided with Nantucket ( United States) in the Atlantic Ocean 50 nautical miles (93 km) off the Delaware Capes and sank with the loss of 41 of the 140 people on board. Survivors were rescued by Nantucket.[11]

Unknown date[]

  • Jeanette ( United States): The dredger was destroyed by fire at St. Louis, Missouri.[12]

February[]

3 February[]

  • Biessard ( France): The barque departed Le Havre, Seine-Maritime for Tchio, New Caledonia. No further trace, presumed foundered with the loss of all hands.[13]
  • Snipe ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cutter foundered in the Thames Estuary 3.5 nautical miles (6.5 km) of the Gunfleet Lighthouse with the loss of a crew member.[14]

5 February[]

  • Camberwarra ( Australia): The self-propelled floating crane struck a rock and sank in the Pacific Ocean 50 nautical miles (93 km) south of Geraldton, Western Australia with the loss of six of her fourteen crew.[15]

12 February[]

  • Arnside ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The coaster foundered in the Atlantic Ocean off Land's End, Cornwall with the loss of all twelve of her crew.[16]
  • Liniers ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The tug was driven ashore at Dungeness, Kent and wrecked. Her crew survived.[17]
  • Miown ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The coaster foundered in the English Channel 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) off Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex with the loss of eight of her nine crew.[16]

17 February[]

  • John H. Hanson ( United States): The schooner sprang a leak and was abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean whilst on a voyage from San Juan, Puerto Rico to Boston, Massachusetts.[18]
  • W. H. Dimond ( United States): The schooner foundered in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Alaska.[18]

18 February[]

  • Romeu ( Brazil): The cargo ship foundered in a tributary of the Amazon River.[9][19]

22 February[]

  • Itucuman ( Brazil): The coaster sank at Manaus.[9]

23 February[]

  • Ekliptika ( Denmark) : The cargo ship foundered in the Bay of Biscay with the loss of twelve of the 23 people on board. The survivors were rescued by Wildenfels ( German Empire).[20]

25 February[]

  • Kalxten ( Russian Empire) : The schooner was driven ashore and wrecked at Casablanca, Morocco. Her crew were rescued.[21]

26 February[]

  • Maria ( Greece): The schooner was wrecked in the Mediterranean Sea off Hyères, Var, France.[21]

28 February[]

Unknown date[]

  • Mexico ( Norway): The schooner was driven ashore and wrecked on the coast of County Wexford, United Kingdom on or about the 22 February.[9]

March[]

3 March[]

  • Tasman ( Norway): The barque capsized and sank in the North Sea.[25]

4 March[]

  • Fulmar ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground at Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire. She was refloated on 9 March.[26]

7 March[]

8 March[]

  • Charlemagne Tower Junior ( United States): The cargo ship foundered in the Atlantic Ocean 1 nautical mile (1.9 km) off Seaside Park, New Jersey. All 22 crew were rescued.[28]

9 March[]

  • Bydgo ( Norway): The coaster collided with Dania ( Denmark) at Skagen, Denmark and sank.[26]
  • Hokuse Maru ( Japan): The cargo ship collided with Oriental ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) at Shangai, China and sank.[26]

12 March[]

  • Gordon's Charge ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The schooner ran aground on Sully Island, Glamorgan. She was refloated and beached for repairs. She was refloated on 28 March and towed to Newport, Monmouthshire.[29][30]
  • Turia ( Spain): The cargo ship was driven ashore at Dénia, Alicante and wrecked.[31]

13 March[]

  • James Shearer ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The schooner foundered in St. Bride's Bay. Her crew survived.[32]

14 March[]

  • Catharine ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The brigantine ran aground at Newhaven, East Sussex and was wrecked. Her crew were rescued by the Newhaven Lifeboat.[33]
  • Dorothea ( Netherlands): The cargo ship was driven ashore on Chesil Beach, Dorset, United Kingdom.[34] She was refloated on 20 October.[35]
  • Hydra ( Norway): The brig sprang a leak and was abandoned in the North Sea. Her crew were rescued by Dronningen ( Norway).[33]
  • Irish Girl ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The schooner ran aground on Little Roancorrig, County Cork and was wrecked. Her crew survived.[33]
  • Jaghin ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The barge was driven ashore at Newhaven and wrecked. Her crew were rescued by the Newhaven Lifeboat.[33]
  • Leonardo ( Kingdom of Italy): The coaster sank at Melilla, Spanish Morocco in a storm.[34]

15 March[]

  • Trifolium ( Sweden): The barque was driven ashore at Whitesand Bay, Sennen, Cornwall, United Kingdom with the loss of five of her eleven crew.[36]

16 March[]

  • Coburn ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The tug foundered in the River Thames at Greenhithe, Kent with the loss of all five crew.[37]

17 March[]

  • City of Sydney ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship was driven ashore at Cape Sambro, Nova Scotia, Canada and was wrecked.[38]

18 March[]

  • Balder ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The three-masted schooner foundered in the English Channel 6 nautical miles (11 km) south west of The Needles, Isle of Wight. All six crew were rescued by the tug Vulcan ( German Empire).[39]

19 March[]

  • Africa ( Belgium): The cargo ship was wrecked at Zaccarossa, Sardinia, Italy. She was refloated on 23 May and subsequently scrapped.[40][41][42]
  • Torquay ( Norway): The cargo ship collided with a trawler and sank in the North Sea. Her crew were rescued.[27]

22 March[]

29 March[]

  • Isobe Maru ( Japan): The cargo ship ran aground at Fukaura, Aomori. Salvage operations were abandoned in mid May.[44]

31 March[]

  • Southern Cross ( Canada): The barque-rigged sealer sank off the east coast of Canada with the loss of 173 lives.

Unknown date[]

  • Cecil ( Norway): The cargo ship ran aground on Mayaguana, Bahamas and was wrecked between 1 and 11 March.[31][45]

April[]

1 April[]

  • Gungner ( Norway): The schooner sprang a leak and was abandoned in the North Sea 50 nautical miles (93 km) off the Naze, Essex, United Kingdom. Her crew were rescued.[46]
  • Othello ( Sweden): The cargo ship ran aground at Kyrenia, Cyprus.[46] She was refloated on 8 April.[47]
  • 358 ( French Navy): The torpedo boat struck rocks and sank in the Mediterranean Sea west of Saint-Tropez, Var. Her crew were rescued.[48]

2 April[]

  • Maine The coaster collided with José de Aramburu ( Spain) in the English Channel and sank. Her crew were rescued by José de Aramburu.[49]
  • Normand ( France): The coaster ran aground in the English Channel on the Beagle Rock, Cornwall, United Kingdom and sank. Her crew were rescued.[49]

5 April[]

  • Gannet ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The coaster collided with Minna Schuldt ( German Empire) in the River Thames at Erith, Kent and sank. Her crew were rescued.[50] She was refloated on 8 April and beached.[47]

6 April[]

  • Croydon ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship was driven ashore on Barbuda and wrecked.[51]
  • Maritime ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship passed Fernando de Noronha, Brazil on this date bound for Campana, Argentina.[52] Believed to have foundered on or before 12 April at 20°58′S 40°00′W / 20.967°S 40°W / -20.967; -40 with the loss of all hands.[53]

7 April[]

  • Umzimvubu ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland):The coaster ran aground at Port St. Johns, South Africa.[54] She was refloated on 13 April.[55]

9 April[]

  • Cairnhill ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship was abandoned in the Pacific Ocean 100 nautical miles (190 km) off New Ireland following the breaking of her propeller shaft.[56] Six weeks later, she was towed in to Namantanai, New Guinea.[57]

15 April[]

  • Median ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground on the Salmedina Bank, Cartagena, Colombia.[58] She was refloated on 23 April.[59]

16 April[]

  • Calabria ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship was wrecked at Esbjerg, Denmark.[60]

17 April[]

  • Highland Piper ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The ocean liner ran aground on the English Bank, Montevideo, Uruguay and was severely damaged. She was refloated on 29 April[60][61]

19 April[]

  • La Roserina (flag unknown): The cargo ship ran aground in the River Plate. She was refloated on 27 April.[62]

20 April[]

  • Kathleen ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground on Castle Island, Bermuda.[63] She was refloated on 27 April.[62]

21 April[]

  • Edith ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The ketch collided with Thirlby ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in the Bristol Channel and sank with the loss of a crew member. The survivors were rescued by Thirlby.[64]
  • Envermeu ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground on the Kimmeridge Ledge, in the English Channel off Swanage, Dorset.[59] She was refloated on 1 May.[65]

22 April[]

  • Carbineer ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship collided with HMS Isis ( Royal Navy) and consequently sank in the English Channel 1.5 nautical miles (2.8 km) south south east of the Owers Lightship ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland). Her crew were rescued by HMS Isis.[66]
  • Glencoe ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The Thames barge foundered in Studland Bay. Her crew were rescued.[67]

23 April[]

  • Loire ( Belgium): The coaster foundered in the English Channel off Sept Îles, Côtes-du-Nord, France. Her crew survived.[59]

27 April[]

  • Kometa ( Russian Empire): The tanker exploded and sank in the Mediterranean Sea 20 nautical miles (37 km) west of Algiers, Algeria with the loss of fifteen of the 30 people on board.[62][68]
  • Werner ( German Empire): The coaster collided with Rolandsbeck ( German Empire) at Glückstadt, Schleswig-Holstein and sank.[62]
  • Yurimaguas ( Peru): The coaster foundered in the Purus River.[62]

28 April[]

  • Penelope ( Greece): The cargo ship ran aground near Cape Bougaroni, Algeria. Salvage operations were abandoned on 13 May.[69]
  • Werner ( German Empire): The cargo ship collided with Rolandseck ( German Empire) and sank in the River Elbe at Glückstadt.[70]

30 April[]

  • Benjamin Noble ( United States): The cargo ship foundered in Lake Superior.[71]
  • Ystad ( Sweden): The cargo ship collided with Liv ( Norway) at Cuxhaven, Lower Saxony, Germany and sank with the loss of one life. Her crew were saved.[72]

May[]

1 May[]

  • Dollart ( German Empire): The coaster struck the wreck of Werner ( German Empire) and sank in the River Elbe at Glückstadt with the loss of two crew. She was later raised, repaired and returned to service.
  • New Grand Island ( United States): The dredger was destroyed by fire at San Francisco, California.[65]

3 May[]

4 May[]

  • Emma ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground south of Las Palmas, Canary Islands and sank.[56] She was refloated on 9 May.[76]
  • Irismere ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship was severely damaged by fire at Penang, Malaya and was scuttled to extinguish the fire.[56] She was refloated on 9 May.[76]
  • Sahara ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground on Martín García Island, Argentina.[77] She was refloated on 9 May.[76]

10 May[]

  • Birtley ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) and Storm Force ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ships collided in the River Thames at Erith, Kent. Both vessels were beached but Storm Force was refloated later that day.[78] Birtley was refloated the next day.[53]

11 May[]

  • Agnes Craig ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The schooner struck The Manacles and was consequently beached at Falmouth, Cornwall.[53]
  • Henrika ( German Empire): The schooner foundered in the North Sea off Aberdeen, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland with the loss of one of her four crew. The survivors were rescued by the trawler Desiree ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland).[53]

13 May[]

  • Turret Hill ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The coaster sprang a leak and capsized in the North Sea off Lowestoft, Suffolk with the loss of twelve of her fourteen crew. The survivors were rescued by Kremlin ( Belgium) and Wearside ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland).[79]
  • W. W. Jones ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The pilot cutter collided with Star of New Zealand ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in the Bristol Channel and sank with the loss of five of her 21 crew.[79]
  • Yewdale ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship was driven ashore on West Mouse, Anglesey. Her crew were rescued.[80] She was refloated on 21 May.[81]

15 May[]

  • Times ( Norway): The cargo ship ran aground on the Pickel Reef, in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida, United States.[82] She was refloated on 18 April.[83]

17 May[]

  • Tore Jarl ( Norway): The cargo liner ran aground in the North Sea off the Lista Lighthouse. Her passengers were taken off.[75] She was declared a total loss.[84] She was refloated on 18 June.[85]

19 May[]

  • Paramita ( United States): The barque was beached in Lost Harbour whilst on a voyage from San Francisco, California to Bristol Bay, Alaska.[84]

20 May[]

  • Doris M. Pickup ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The schooner was driven ashore and wrecked at St. Jago, Cape Verde Islands, Portugal. Her crew were rescued.[86]
  • El Dorado ( Russian Empire): The cargo ship came ashore in America Bay.[86] She was refloated on 23 May.[42]
  • Gloria ( Sweden): The cargo ship caught fire off Malmo and was scuttled.[86]

21 May[]

  • Atlantis ( Norway): The passenger ship ran aground in the Atlantic Ocean 100 nautical miles (190 km) off Tampico, Florida, United States. USS Connecticut ( United States Navy) resued 100 passengers.[81] She was refloated on 26 May.[87]

22 May[]

  • Svenor ( Norway): The barque was abandoned in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Tasmania whilst on a voyage from Fremantle, Western Australia to Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. Her crew were rescued by Wainui ( Australia) and the ship was set afire.[88][89]

23 May[]

  • Septa ( Russian Empire): The barque departed from Buenos Aires, Argentina. No further trace, presumed foundered with the loss of all hands.[13]

24 May[]

  • Berthier ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The coaster was destroyed by fire at Montreal, Quebec, Canada.[90]
  • Pueyrredon ( Argentina): The coaster caught fire at Concepción del Uruguay and was beached.[42]

25 May[]

  • Abana ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The schooner foundered in the Atlantic Ocean off Carleton Point, Prince Edward Island, Canada.[91]
  • Halifax No.19 ( Canada): The lightship was wrecked at Liscomb, Nova Scotia.[92]
  • W. H. Gilbert ( United States): The cargo ship collided with Caldera ( United States) and sank in Lake Erie off Cleveland, Ohio.[93]

26 May[]

  • Livonia ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The brigantine was wrecked at Cadiz, Spain.[87]

27 May[]

  • Pericles ( Greece): The cargo ship foundered in the Atlantic Ocean 90 nautical miles (170 km) off Ouessant, Finistère, France. Her crew were rescued.[90]

28 May[]

  • Concordia ( Denmark): The schooner collided with Cyrus ( Russian Empire) in the Baltic Sea and sank. Her crew were rescued by Cyrus.[91]
  • Empress of Ireland ( Canada): The ocean liner was rammed by Storstad ( Norway) in the Gulf of St Lawrence and sank with the loss of 1,012 of the 1,477 people on board.

31 May[]

Unknown date[]

  • Marie Amélie ( France): The schooner foundered in the Atlantic Ocean (44°36′N 48°30′W / 44.6°N 48.5°W / 44.6; -48.5) due to field ice some time between 11 and 19 May. Her crew were rescued by Corinthian ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) and the fishing vessel St. Mathurin ( France).[96]
  • F. J. Luckenach ( United States): The cargo ship foundered in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of South Carolina sometime between 15 and 28 May with the loss of all 28 crew.[97][98]
  • Torridge ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground at Port Eads, Louisiana, United States in late May.[99] She was refloated on 4 June,[100]

June[]

4 June[]

  • Fulani ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground on the Carpenter Rock, Sierra Leone.[101] She was declared a total loss.[102]

6 June[]

  • Oriole ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship collided with Corinthian ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) in the River Thames at East Greenwich, London and sank. All 24 people on board were rescued.[103] She was refloated on 13 June and beached.[104]
  • Pinto ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground off Itajahy, Brazil and was wrecked.[105]

8 June[]

  • Argenfels ( German Empire): The cargo ship struck a submerged object and was beached at Cape St. James, China.[106]
  • Victoria Luise ( German Empire): The ocean liner ran agroud in the Elbe and developed a list. Her engine rooms were flooded. She was later refloated,[106] repaired and returned to service.

9 June[]

  • Castor ( Norway): The schooner was driven ashore on the Schoughall Rocks, Berwickshire, United Kingdom. Her four crew were rescued.[107]

11 June[]

  • Scotia ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The barquentine collided with Ogono ( Spain) in the North Sea 3 nautical miles (5.6 km) off Souter Point, County Durham and sank.[108]
  • Thyra ( Norway): The cargo ship ran aground at Duncansby Head, Caithness, United Kingdom.[108]

14 June[]

  • Campbell ( Norway): The whaler was driven ashore at Port Philip Heads, Victoria, Australia and was wrecked. Her crew were rescued.[109]

15 June[]

  • Nachodka ( Russian Empire): The coaster sank in America Bay.[110]

17 June[]

  • HMHS Maine ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The hospital ship ran aground on the Isle of Mull, Argyll and was wrecked.

18 June[]

  • Dashwood ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The schooner was destroyed by fire at Kingston Dock, Glasgow, Renfrewshire.[111]
  • Monrovia ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship was wrecked 12 nautical miles (22 km) north of the mouth of the Futa River, Chile.[85]
  • Navigator ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The schooner was destroyed by fire at Kingston Dock, Glasgow.[111]
  • St. Nicholas ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The passenger ship ran aground and sank in Wick Bay, Orkney Islands. All on board were rescued.[112]
  • Volant ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The schooner was destroyed by fire at Kingston Dock, Glasgow.[111]
  • Warsash ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The sailing vessel was destroyed by fire at Kingston Dock, Glasgow.[111]

24 June[]

  • Gothland ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground on the Bishop Rock, Isles of Scilly.[113] She was refloated on 27 June and beached at St. Mary's.[114]
  • Penhale ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship struck rocks at Vaasa, Finland and was beached.[113] She was refloated on 28 June.[114]

25 June[]

27 June[]

  • California ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The ocean liner ran aground on Tory Island, County Donegal. Her passengers were taken off by four vessels which included Cassandra ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) and HMS Swift ( Royal Navy). California was refloated on 20 August, repaired and returned to service.
  • Dorothy ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground at Punta Avaca, Chile.[114] She was refloated on 2 July.[116]

30 June[]

  • Pardo ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship collided with Hyanthes ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in the River Plate and was beached.[117][118]

Unknown date[]

  • Datetree ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground on the Brissons, Cape Cornwall.[114] She broke in two on 6 July and was declared a total loss.[119]
  • Ingebjörg ( Norway): The barque was dismasted in the Atlantic Ocean (approximately 34°00′00″S 50°00′00″W / 34°S 50°W / -34; -50). She was abandoned and set afire. Her crew were rescued by Hawkhead ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland).[120]
  • Kintuck ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground off Batavia, Netherlands East Indies at the end of June due to high seas caused by an earthquake.[114] She was refloated on 2 July.[116]
  • Lord Antrim ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground at Cape Race, Portugal. Salvage efforts were abandoned on 10 July.[121]

July[]

1 July[]

  • Unione ( Kingdom of Italy): The cargo ship ran aground on Lošinj, Austria-Hungary and sank. Her crew were rescued.[122]

2 July[]

  • Gay Head ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The whaler was wrecked in Castle Bay, Alaska, United States.[116]

7 July[]

8 July[]

  • Tyne ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The schooner ran aground at Porthmadog, Caernarfonshire. She sank the next day.[126]

10 July[]

  • Newstead ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship ran aground in the North Sea off Boulmer, Northumberland.[127] She was refloated on 15 July.[128]

11 July[]

  • Mendoza ( Argentina): The cargo liner ran aground at Punta Mogotes.[129] She was abandoned by her crew on 15 July and was declared a total loss.[128]
  • Precursore ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The ketch collided with William Balls in the North Sea and sank. Her crew were rescued.[125]

13 July[]

  • Vivid ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The brigantine collided with St. Ronald ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) in the North Sea off the coast of Yorkshire and sank with the loss of three of her four crew.[130]

14 July[]

  • Usania ( Norway): The cargo ship was destroyed by fire at Siglufjörður, Iceland.[131]

15 July[]

  • Nymphea ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The bulk molasses carrier ran aground at Whinnyfold, Aberdeenshire and was a total loss.[128][132]

18 July[]

  • Jeanne A. Pickels ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The schooner was driven ashore at Chance Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada and was wrecked.[133]

19 July[]

  • Cienfuegos ( Cuba): The cargo ship was wrecked at Scatarie Island, Nova Scotia, Canada.[134]
  • Clarence II Venner ( United States): The schooner was wrecked at Cape Sable, Nova Scotia,[134]
  • Harold C. Beecher ( United States): The schooner was wrecked at Scatarie Island.[134]
  • Ragna ( Norway): The cargo ship was wrecked near Louisbourg, Nova Scotia.[134][135]

23 July[]

  • Berlin ( German Empire): The passenger ship collided with Ostsee ( German Empire) in the Swinemünde Haff and sank. All on board were rescued.[136]

27 July[]

  • Yparraguirre ( Spain): The cargo ship was severely damaged by fire at Sevill3, Andalusia.[137]

29 July[]

  • Paragon ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship collided with Taygetos ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) in the Irish Sea off Barry, Glamorgan and was beached.[138]

30 July[]

  • Cedia ( Russian Empire): The schooner was abandoned in the Baltic Sea.[139]

31 July[]

  • Buccaneer ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship came ashore at Tamatave, Madagascar and was wrecked. Her crew survived.[140]
  • Framfjord ( Norway): The barque came ashore in Saldanha Bay, South Africa and was wrecked.[140]

Unknown date[]

  • Camrose ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) The cargo ship ran aground on The Burlings, Portugal.[141] She was abandoned on 29 July as a total loss.[142]
  • Maltby ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship was severely damaged by fire at Buenos Aires, Argentina.[141]

August[]

September[]

October[]

November[]

December[]

Unknown date[]

  • County of Devon ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship foundered in the Atlantic Ocean in late February or early March. Her crew were rescued by the tanker Deutschland ( German Empire) and landed at Copenhagen, Denmark on 8 March.[28]
  • Dyle ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The cargo ship was sunk as a blockship in Scapa Flow, Orkney Islands. She was raised and scrapped in 1919.[40]
  • SMS Markomannia ( Kaiserliche Marine): World War I: The auxiliary cruiser was sunk in the Indian Ocean by HMS Yarmouth ( Royal Navy).[143]
  • Maria O. Teal ( United States): The four-masted schooner foundered in the Atlantic Ocean sometime before 9 February. Her crew were rescued by Rio Colorado ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland).[144]
  • Nostra Senora del Rosario ( Kingdom of Italy): The barque departed Cadiz, Spain for Montevideo, Uruguay on 17 February. She subsequently foundered in the Atlantic Ocean with the loss of all hands. A lifeboat with a decomposed body was found in mid March off Cadiz.[145]

See also[]

References[]

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Ship events in 1914
Ship launches: 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919
Ship commissionings: 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919
Ship decommissionings: 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919
Shipwrecks: 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919

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