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H.M.T. St. Goran

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Reg Number

Built

Builders

Gross Tons

Nett Tons

Length

Breadth

Depth

Official No.

H356

2nd October 1936

Smiths Dock,
Middlesbrough

564

210

172.2ft
(52.5m)

29.1ft
(8.8m)

15ft
(4.6m)

164966


Powered by 1570HP Engine giving her a top speed of 12.3 kts 

HISTORY: Built for Hamlings, Hull 

9th September 1939
Requisitioned by the Admiralty and sailed to Barrow for re-fit

2nd November 1939
Commissioned into the Royal Navy and sailed for Swansea

11th December 1939
Taken in hand by Consolidated Fisheries for repairs to lifeboat davits and other defects. Completed 14th December 1939.

6th January 1940
Sailed for Harland & Wolfs yard, Bootle and prepared for extended sea service with 15th A/S Striking Force


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