11th Jany 1918
400pm. Cast off from collier & painted over damaged side.
800pm proceeded about 6 knots to N.N.E.
900A.M. Stopped. Collier not in sight. Proceeded at about 8 knots speed, steering N.W. (across steamer tracks) 530 Sighted collier to S.W. All prisoners below & lights out at sundown. Seaplane put below.
Still steering N.W. speed 8 knots. Collier in company to N.Erd.
Outbreak of scurvy increasing
Steering about north 7½ Kts. Fresh N.E. trades. About 15 cases of scurvy amongst prisoners also several of seamen. No signs of collier since 13th.
"Wolf" (under British Red Ensign) stopped Danish four masted barque but did not board her, allowed her to go.
Met collier again & communicated with her. She left again before dark going to N.Erd.