HMS Trollope

Vessel Name on Arrival: 
HMS Trollope
Vessel Type: 
Frigate
GRT: 
1,400
Draught For'd: 
11' 6"
Draught Aft: 
11' 6"
Year Built: 
1944
Arrival Date: 
05/07/1951
Breakup Started: 
10/08/1951
Date First Beaching: 
30/08/1951
Breakup Completed: 
07/12/1951
Original Builder: 
Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard INC., Hingham, USA
Original Yard No.: 
3138
Other Information: 

Captain-Class Frigate obtained by the Royal Navy from the USA under the Lend-Lease Programme.
 
(Named after Admiral Sir Henry Trollope GCB)
 
Dimensions  :  93.3 metres  x  11.3 metres                                                   Pennant No. K 575
 
29-09-1943  :  Keel laid down
20-11-1943  :  Launched
10-01-1944  :  Completed
 
Tonnages  :  1,400 gross            1,800 displacement
 
Propulsion  :  Twin-Screw Turbo-Electric Engines delivering a speed of 24 knots
 
06-07-1944  : 
Off Normandy, Cap d'Antifer, the vessel was torpedoed in an attack by German MTBs with total damage and some loss of lives.  The vessel was considered a constructive total loss as a result of this action.
 
09-01-1947  :  The wreck was sold off
 
05-07-1951  :  Arrived at the West of Scpotland Shipbreaking facility at Troon for final demolition
 

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