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List of shipwrecks in September 1941

The list of shipwrecks in September 1941 includes all ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during September 1941.

September 1941
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30 Unknown date

1 September

  • [1]
  • [2]

2 September

  • [3]
  • [4]

3 September

  • [4]
  • [4]
  • [5]

4 September

  • [4]
  • [6]

5 September

  • [7]
  • [4]
  • Jarlinn ([8]
  • [9]
  • [10]

6 September

  • Royal Navy with the loss of over half of her 285 crew.
  • [11]
  • [4]
  • King Erik ([12]
  • MO-404 ([13]
  • MO-407 ([14]
  • [15]

7 September

8 September

  • [18]
  • [4]

9 September

  • [4]
  • Kriegsmarine with the loss of all 39 crew.
  • [19]
  • [20]
  • [4]

10 September

  • [21]
  • [4]
  • [17]
  • [23]
  • [4]
  • [4]
  • [24]
  • [25]
  • [26]
  • [4]
  • [27]
  • [29]
  • [4]
  • [30]
  • [31]
  • Royal Canadian Navy) which put a party on board to retrieve secret documents. U-501 sank with the loss of 11 of her 46 crew and a crew member from HMCS Moosejaw.
  • [32]

11 September

  • [33]
  • [34]
  • [35]
  • Kriegsmarine) with the loss of all 49 people on board.
  • Kriegsmarine) with the loss of 20 of her 41 crew.
  • [36]
  • [37]
  • [4]
  • [38]
  • [4]
  • Soviet Union).
  • [39]
  • [40]
  • [4]

12 September

  • [4]
  • [19]
  • [41]
  • PC-121 ([42]
  • [4]
  • [43]

13 September

  • Royal Australian Navy with the loss of 112 of the 123 people on board.
  • [4]
  • [4]
  • [44]
  • [4]

14 September

  • [45]
  • [46]
  • [4]
  • [47]
  • [48]

15 September

  • [49]
  • [49]
  • [49]
  • Kriegsmarine) with the loss of all 37 crew.
  • [49]
  • [49]
  • [50]
  • [51]
  • [49]
  • [52]
  • [53]

16 September

  • [54]
  • [55]
  • [49]

17 September

  • [56]
  • [49]
  • [49]
  • [56]
  • Luneberg ([49]
  • [49]
  • [49]

18 September

  • [49]
  • [58]
  • Kiev to avoid capture by the Germans. Raised again by the Soviets in August 1944, and scrapped.

19 September

For sinking of Baron Pentland on this date see 10 Sept. 1941

  • [49]
  • Bunte Kuh ([49]
  • [59]
  • United Kingdom).
  • [60]
  • [49]
  • [17]
  • [62]
  • Glen Alva ([49]
HMCS Levis
  • [63]
  • [49]
  • [64]

20 September

  • [49]
  • [65]
  • [66]
  • Royal Navy).
  • [49]
  • [67]
  • [49]
  • [49]
  • [68]
  • [49]
  • [69]

21 September

  • [70]
  • [71]
  • [49]
  • [72]
  • [73]
  • [74]
  • [75]
  • [76]
  • [49]
  • [49]

22 September

  • [77]
  • [78]
  • HMS ML 144 ([49]
  • [79]
  • [80]
  • [81]
  • [49]

23 September

  • [82]
  • [49]
  • [49]
  • [83]
  • Luftwaffe. She was used as a stationary gun battery for the remainder of the war.
  • [84]
  • [85]
  • [86]
  • [87]
  • [49]

24 September

  • [88]
  • [89]
  • [90]
  • [49]
  • [91]
  • [92]
  • [49]
  • [49]
  • [93]

25 September

  • [94]
  • [49]
  • [95]
  • [96]
  • [97]

26 September

  • [98]
  • [49]
  • Capodoglio ([49]
  • [99]
  • [49]
  • [100]
  • [17]
  • [17]
  • [49]
  • [101]
  • [49]
  • [102]
  • [103]
  • [49]
  • [97]
  • [104]

27 September

  • [49]
  • [105]
  • CKA-022 ([106]
  • Fram ([49]
  • [49]
  • [107]
  • [108]
  • MO-196 ([109]
  • [49]
  • [110]
  • [112]
  • [113]
  • [49]

28 September

  • [49]
  • Murielle ([49]
  • MO-305 ([114]
  • [49]

29 September

  • [49]
  • [49]
  • [49]
  • [115]

30 September

  • [49]
  • Oranienbaum harbour. Raised and repaired post-war.
  • [49]
  • [116]
  • [49]

Unknown date

  • [117]
  • [118]
  • [119]
  • [120] All ten crew survived.

Notes

  1. ^ CKA are the Cyrillic letters. The English translation would be SKA.

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