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Yard No. 313

Yard Number 313 was named INVERSNAID when launched on Thursday 26/05/1892 by A McMillan & Son Dumbarton for George Milne & Co Aberdeen

Ship Particulars:
Built: 1892
Ship Type: Steel Barque
Tonnage: 1418t (later 1318 nrt)
Length: 238.0 feet
Breadth: 36.2 feet
Draught: 21.7 feet depth

Owner History:
George Milne & Co, Aberdeen
1916 Marine Navigation Co of Canada Ltd, Montreal
1923 C A Wilson & Son (mng H E Wilson), Melbourne
1923 Howard Smith Ltd, Melbourne
1932 Forman & Co Ltd, Melbourne
1933 J Julien, Geelong
1933 Overell & Sampson Pty Ltd, Melbourne

Her last recorded name was GARTHSNAID (1919)

INVERSNAID arrived for scrapping on 07/03/1938

Additional Information:
ON 99639
Dismasted and towed into Port Phillip Bay 3/4/1923
Converted to coal hulk 8/1923
Placed in Alfred Graving Dock, Williamstown 7/3/1938 and broken up

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