Completed for a German firm in 1888 as GUT HEIL, she was later sold to an unknown American firm, collided with another ship in the Mississippi and sank. Refloated, she was sold to the USN in 1918, repaired and renamed USS SARA THOMPSON. Later, she served as a fuel storage ship in the Philippines. Scuttled in 1942, she was refloated by the Japanese, repaired and renamed SANRAKU MARU. She was torpedoed and sunk by an American submarine in June 1943.
|William Armstrong, Mitchell & Co., Britain
|Dimensions:||309.4' x 40.2' x ?'|
|Oil Cargo Capacity:||Unknown|