Tyne and Wear HER(12935): Sunderland, HMS Summer Rose - Details
Sunderland, HMS Summer Rose
This was a drifter used on Admiralty service during World War Two. The Summer Rose was 96 tons. She hit a mine and sank on 13th October 1940. She lies at N54 55 401 W001 20 30 in 12 metres of water (collings). A 96T Royal Navy armed trawler sunk as a result of a mine 13th October 1940. She now lies at a depth of 12m.
Peter Collings, 1991, The New Divers Guide to the North-East Coast, page 20; National Monuments Record MONUMENT NUMBER: 908715 , Ian T. Spokes Wreck Database, Inga Project; Hydrographic Office wreck index 09-MAR-1993