Tazzoli / di Cossato, 5-Mar-1942
Tazzoli’s next three attacks are carefully documented and verified elsewhere in this book – the Cygnet off San Salvador on the 10th of March, the British Daytonianoff Abaco on the 13th, and the Athelqueen, a large British tanker in ballast, also off Abaco on the 15th. The survivors of all three ships – over 100 in number – were landed in the Bahamas, eventually making Nassau. The Cygnetsurvivors were first led ashore at Dixon’s Point San Salvador by a boat skippered by the “one-legged American A.B. Narne”. They then voyaged on the Monarch of Nassau to the capital.