built by William Denny & Brothers Dumbarton,
Yard No 1276

Propulsion: Single screw, 3-stage Parsons turbine of 696 nhp, 3 sgl. Howden-Johnson water-tube boilers,12 kts by builders. Fuel 980 tons coal
Launched: Tuesday, 15/10/1935
Built: 1935
Ship Type: Steamship
Tonnage: Gross: 5954 Net: 3609
Length: 412.3 feet .
Breadth: 55.7 feet .
Owner History:
Booth Steamship Company
Status: Sunk - 05/07/1941

Previous update by Stuart Cameron Passengers: 40 1st Class, 106 3rd Class and 80 Crew Delivered: 17/12/1935 1940 as a troopship for up to 500 troops Torpedoed: 5/07/1941 by the German submarine U
96, 300 miles off the Azores , while on passage from Gourock to Freetown carrying 1,200 troops. 4 crew and 250 troops were lost.
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Last updated: by Stuart Cameron from the original records by Stuart Cameron

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