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List of shipwrecks in February 1941

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

February 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

1 February

  • [2]
  • [3]
  • [4]
  • [6]

2 February

  • [7]
  • [8]
  • [1]
  • [9]

3 February

  • [10]
  • [12]
  • [13]
  • Royal Navy).
  • [14]
  • [1]
  • [1]

4 February

  • [1]
  • [15]
  • [16]
  • Kriegsmarine) with the loss of all 39 crew.
  • [1]
  • [1]
  • [17]

5 February

  • Northumberland. She was later refloated and repaired.
  • [13]
  • [18]
  • Outer Hebrides and was wrecked.
  • [1]
  • [19]
  • [1]
  • [20]

6 February

  • [1]
  • [21]

7 February

  • [22]
  • [1]

8 February

9 February

  • [1]
  • [24]
  • [1]
  • [1]
  • [25]
  • [1]
  • [1]
  • [27]
  • [1]
  • [28]
  • [1]
  • [1]

10 February

  • [1]
  • [30]
  • [31]
  • [32]

11 February

  • Eamont ([1]
  • [28]
  • John Dunkin ([1]
  • [1]
  • [33]

12 February

  • [34]
  • Caledonian ([1]
  • [1]
  • [1]
  • [1]
  • [35]
  • [36]
  • [1]
  • [8]
  • René Camaleyre ([1]
  • [1]
  • [36]
  • [1]
  • [1]

13 February

  • [38]
  • [36]
  • [39]
  • [1]
  • [36]
  • [1]

14 February

  • [40]
  • [40]
  • [41]
  • MTB 41 ([1]

15 February

  • [43]
  • [44]
  • [23]
  • [45]
  • [46]

16 February

  • [47]
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • Naniwa ([42]
  • [48]
  • [42]
  • Thomas Deas ([42]

17 February

Chargeurs Réunis' Casamance
  • [42]
  • [49]
  • [50]
  • [5]
  • Kriegsmarine with the loss of 78 of her 85 crew.
  • Irish Sea.
  • [51]
  • [52]

18 February

  • Norway).
  • [53]
  • [40]
  • [54]

19 February

  • [42]
  • [55]
  • Kriegsmarine) with the loss of all 40 crew.
  • [42]
  • [56]
  • [57]
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [58]

20 February

21 February

  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [61]

22 February

  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [62]
  • [63]
  • [42]
  • Kriegsmarine).

23 February

  • [64]
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [65]
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [66]

24 February

  • [67]
  • [68]
  • [70]
  • Lehrgeschwader 1 with the loss of 16 of her 145 crew.
  • [71]
  • [72]
  • [73]
  • [74]
  • [75]
  • [76]
  • [77]
  • [78]

25 February

  • [42]
  • Royal Navy)
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [79]
  • [81]

26 February

  • [42]
  • [42]
  • Brackelier ([42]
  • [82]
  • [83]
  • [84]
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [85]
  • [42]
  • [86]
  • [42]
  • [87]

27 February

  • [42]
  • [88]
  • Christabelle ([42]
  • [42]
  • [89]
  • [42]
Ramb I
  • Royal New Zealand Navy). 112 survivors were rescued by HMNZS Leander.
  • [90]
  • [57]
  • [92]

28 February

For the sinking of the drifter New Comet on this day, see the entry for 23 November 1940

  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [42]
  • [93]
  • [79]
  • MASB 3 ([42]
  • Reykjavík for repairs.

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