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H.M.T. Gaul

 
Reg
Number
Built
 
Builders
 
Gross
Tons
Nett
Tons
Length
 
Breadth
 
Depth
 
Official
No.
H292 22 May
1936
Smiths Dock,
Middlesbrough
531 196 170.7ft
(52m)
28.6ft
(8.7m)
15ft
(4.6m)
164035


HISTORY: Built for Hellyer Bros. Ltd. Hull. At that time she was the largest vessel in the Hull fleet. She was powered by 1040hp Fredrikstad reciprocating engines giving a speed of 12 knots.


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