Another news from the net: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Ben-my-Chree
HMS Ben my Chree was sent in response of the French Commander request of a seaplane carrier to conduct reconnaissance in the area of the Greek island of Kastellorizio.
"She arrived on 11 January 1917 and anchored in the harbor which faced the mainland. The Turkish guns opened fire about two hours later, hitting the carrier with their third shot. Subsequent shells disabled her steering and started a fire in her hangar that spread across her upper deck.
The crew was ordered to abandon ship after about forty minutes of the bombardment using the only remaining operable motor lifeboat of the three stowed on board. One officer and four enlisted men were injured, but no one was killed. The Turks continued their bombardment for five hours until Ben-my-Chree listed to starboard and sank in shallow water. Later in the day, the captain and the chief engineer returned to the ship to rescue the ship's mascots, a cat and dog which had both survived the attack
I do not think that period is included in the log books that have been transcribed.