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Cadarnhawyd gan arolygon diweddarach mai’r DRINA ydy’r llongddrylliad hwn. Agerlong deithwyr Brydeinig oedd y DRINA. Wrth deithio o Buenos Aires i Lerpwl fe drawodd ffrwydryn nofio 2 filltir i’r gorllewin o Sgogwm a suddodd ar 1 Mawrth 1917. Cawsai’r ffrwydryn ei osod dair wythnos ynghynt gan yr UC 65 dan reolaeth y KapLt Otto Steinbrinck. Bu farw 15 o bobl.
The most recent surveys have confirmed that this wreck is the DRINA. The DRINA was a British passenger steamer. Travelling from Buenos Aires to Liverpool, she struck a mine 2 miles W of Skokham Island and sank on 1 March 1917. The mine had been laid by UC 65 commanded by KapLt Otto Steinbrinck three weeks earlier. There were 15 casualties.