Convoy ON 67 - Ships in Convoy

Ships in Convoy

Name Flag Dead Tonnage Cargo Notes
Adellen (1930) 36 7,984 gross register tons (GRT) (in ballast) sunk by U-155 22 Feb
Anadara (1935) 62 8,009 GRT (in ballast) sunk by U-558 & U-587 24 Feb
Belinda (1939) 8,325 GRT destination West Indies
Consuelo (1937) 4,847 GRT general cargo destination New York City; survived this convoy and convoy HX 228
Cristales (1926) 5,389 GRT carried convoy vice commodore Capt R H R MacKay OBE; in collision 24 Feb; destination Halifax
Daghestan (1941) 7,248 GRT CAM ship; destination Halifax
Dekabrist (1903) 7,363 GRT destination New York City
Diloma (1939) 8,146 GRT damaged by U-158; made Halifax
Dolabella (1939) 8,142 GRT destination Curacao
Dromus (1938) 8,036 GRT destination Curacao
Eidanger (1938) (none) 9,432 GRT (in ballast) sunk by U-558 24 Feb
Empire Celt (1941) 6 8,032 GRT (in ballast) sunk by U-158 24 Feb
Empire Druid (1941) 9,813 GRT destination Port Arthur
Empire Pict (1941) 8,134 GRT destination Baton Rouge
Empire Spray (1941) 7,242 GRT CAM ship; destination Halifax
Empire Steel (1941) 8,138 GRT destination Port Arthur
Finnanger (1928) 39 9,551 GRT (in ballast) sunk by U-558 24 Feb
Glittre (1928) 6,409 GRT destination Aruba; survived to be sunk one year later in convoy ON 166
Gloucester City (1919) 3,071 GRT general cargo destination Philadelphia
Hamlet (1934) 6,578 GRT joined from Iceland 19 Feb
Hektoria (1899) 13,797 GRT destination New York City; survived to be sunk 7 months later in convoy ON 127
Idefjord (1921) 4,287 GRT china clay destination Saint John, New Brunswick
Inverarder (1919) (none) 5,578 GRT (in ballast) sunk by U-558 24 Feb
Lancastrian Prince (1940) 1,914 GRT destination New York City; survived this convoy and convoy HX 228
Manchester Exporter (1918) 5,277 GRT general cargo carried convoy commodore RADM Sir O H Dawson KBE; destination Halifax
Mentor (1914) 7,383 GRT general cargo destination Singapore
USS Mizar (1932) 6,982 GRT joined from Iceland 19 Feb
Nueva Andalucia (1940) 10,044 GRT destination Port Arthur
Orari (1931) 10,350 GRT china clay destination Trinidad
USS Pleiades (1939) 3,600 GRT joined from Iceland 19 Feb; survived this convoy and convoy SC 107
Rapana (1935) 8,017 GRT destination Curacao
Sama (1937) 20 1,799 GRT china clay sunk by U-155 22 Feb
Skandinavia (1940) 10,044 GRT destination Aruba; survived this convoy and convoy ON 166
Strinda (1937) 10,973 GRT destination Key West
Stuart Prince (1940) 1,911 GRT general cargo destination Halifax; survived this convoy and convoy HX 228
Thorhild (1935) 10,316 GRT destination Curacao
Torr Head (1937) 5,021 GRT destination Norfolk, Virginia
Toward (1923) 1,571 GRT convoy rescue ship
White Crest (1928) 4,365 GRT coal straggled 18 Feb; sunk by U-558 24 February

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