ID: 1231 Nimi: Pearu
Sisestatud: 21.01.2013
Päritolumaa: Estonia
Dateering: 20th century Ehitusaasta: 1914
Hukkumise aeg: 14.08.1941 Jõuallikas: steamship
Aadress: Territorial sea, Soome laht
Leitud: Jah Otstarve: merchant ship
Laevatüüp: steamer Koordinaadid: 59:43.243 N 25:23.854 E
Ava kaardil: Ava kaardil
Ajalugu: Steamer Vodnik was built in England at the Middlesbrough Shipyard in 1914. The ship has carried the names Northern Coast, Lady Martin and Pearu. The ship was nationalised during WWII, carried the name Vodnik and was transporting military supplies.
Last: military supplies
Hukulugu: On 14 August 1941 ran on a mine while on her way from Kronstadt to Tallinn and foundered. Some of the crew members went down with the ship, some of them were rescued.
Objekti andmed: Length of the ship was 76.3 meters and width 11 meters. Tonnage 1189 brt.
Materjal: shipbuilding steel
Asukoha kirjeldus: 5.3 miles NW off the tip of Juminda Peninsula, at a depth of more than 80 meters
Arhiiviviide: EAA.2111.1.15419.9
Allika viited ja kirjandus: Õun, M. 1996. Võitlused Läänemerel. Suvi 1941, 79. Schmelzkopf, R. 1996. Estland zur See 1918 - 1940. 48.
Avastamise aeg: 2009
Avastaja: Estonian Maritime Museum

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