1914 to 1918
Scapa Flow November 22nd to 23rd 1914
|VPs Gained||Player Name||Character Name||Ships||CLASS||TOTAL Points: 6||VS||TOTAL Points: 6||CLASS||Ships||Character Name||Player Name||VPs Gained|
|106||Mike Killmer||Rodney Saint'Clair||Garry||DD||4||6||U 1910||U-18 SUNK Surfaced, Crew Saved||Otto Von Snap||Jim Mead||0|
on 23 November U-18 penetrated the fleet anchorage of Scapa Flow via Hoxa Sound, following a steamer through the boom and entering the anchorage with little difficulty. However, the fleet was absent, being dispersed in anchorages on the west coast of Scotland and Ireland. As U-18 was making her way back out through Hoxa Sound to the open sea, her periscope was spotted by a guard boat. The trawler Dorothy Gray altered course and rammed the periscope, rendering it unserviceable. U-18 then was rammed a second time by destroyer HMS Garry sealing her fate.
SETUP: See above. UP SCOPE rules system by SPI used. 100 pts for Propaganda value of successful Defense/Attack in Scapa Flow
DEPTH: 15 meters
WEATHER : FORCE 1 : Light Breeze.
VISIBILITY: 10 Moon Lit Night
|Played:||June 24th 2018 at PFCG|
|Out Come:||A successful Defense of Scapa Flow by the British Royal Navy|
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