Relatives of those killed in the Carlingford Lough disaster have gathered near Newry to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the tragedy.
The Connemara sank on 3 November 1916
More than 90 people lost their lives when two ships collided at the mouth of the lough in 1916.
Passenger ship the Connemara crashed into a coal transporter and sank at the mouth of the lough on 3 November 1916.
The relatives gathered for a short ecumenical service at the mouth of the Newry canal.
The names of the dead were read out before a wreath was laid at the permanent memorial to the disaster at Greenore in County Louth.
John McCardle said: "This was the last place that my grandfather had stood as he went on his outward journey - the last place he would have been alive."
Liz Boyle said: "My uncle Jimmy didn't swim, but yet he was a sole survivor.
"He wouldn't talk about the tragedy, in fact, in my words I would say he was haunted, having lost all of his shipmates."