Located on City Quay Dublin is the National Seamen's Memorial dedicated to those Irish Seafarers lost whilst serving on Irish merchant ships during WWII. The monument was unveiled by President Patrick Hillery on May 07, 1990.
IRISH MERCHANT SHIPS LOST IN WORLD WAR TWO.
MUNSTER (Captain William James Paisley) mined and sunk in Liverpool Bay
2 February 1940-no casualties
CITY OF LIMERICK (Captain, R. Ferguson) sunk by air attack 700 miles west of Ushant.
15 july 1940-2 dead
MEATH (Captain T. MacFarlane) mined and sunk off Holyhead .
16 august 1940-1 dead
LUIMNEACH (Captain E. Jones) sunk by gunfire from U-46 in Bay of Biscay
4 september 1940-no casualites
KERRY HEAD (Captain C. Drummond) bombed and sunk with all hands off Cape Clear.
22 october 1940-12 dead
ARDMORE (Captain T. Ford) missing on passage Cork to Fishguard.
11 november 1940-24 dead
ISOLDA (Captain A. Bestic) bombed and sunk by German aircraft off Wex ford Coast
19 december 1940- 6 dead, 7 wounded
INNISFALLEN (Captain G. Rrth) mined and sunk in River Mersey.
21 december 1940-4 dead
ST. FINTAN (Captain N. Hendry) bombed and sunk by German aircraft of Welsh Coast.
22 march 1941-9 dead
CLONLARA (Captain J. Reynolds) torpedoed and sunk whilst in convoy 0G71 in Bay of Biscay
22 august 1941-11 dead
CITY OF WATERFORD (Captain T. Alpin) sunk whilst in convoy 0G74 in North Atlantic.
19 september 1941-5 dead
CITY OF BREMEN (Captain G. Bryan) sunk by German aircraft in Bay of Biscay
2 june 1942-no casualites
IRISH PINE (Captain M. O'Neill) torpedoed and sunk in North Atlantic by U-608.
15 november1942-33 dead
KYLECLARE (Captain A. Hamilton) torpedoed and sunk in Bay of Biscay by J-456
23 february 1943-18 dead
IRISH OAK (Capatin E. Jones) torpedoed and sunk in North Atlantic by U607
15 may 1942-no casualites
CYMRIC (Captain C. CASSEDY) missing on passage Ardrossan to Lisbon.
22 march 1944-11 dead
S/Trawler "LUKOS" missing off Donegal
10 march 1940-11 dead
M/Trawler "NAOMH GARBHAN" mined and sunk off Waterford coast.
2 march 1945-3 dead