built by Barclay Curle & Company Glasgow,
Yard No 520

Propulsion: Vertical triple expansion 1800hp
Launched: Tuesday, 30/03/1915
Built: 1915
Ship Type: Sweeping Sloop
Ship's Role: Acacia class
Tonnage: 1165 disp
Length: 262 feet
Breadth: 33 feet
Draught: 11 feet
Owner History:
Royal Navy
Status: Sold for Scrapping - 7/9/1946
Web site:
Remarks: Became loss 9 July 1940 after being dive bombed off the IOW. Converted to an accommodation/base ship at Londonderry. Scrapped at Troon Scotland.
Previous update by Brian Hargreaves
Photo supplied by John Ward~McQuaid

Last updated: by John Ward~McQuaid from the original records by Stuart Cameron

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