X.223

Class: 
98 foot, powered; Nos X.201 - X.225
Launch Date: 
1916
Builder: 
Sunderland S.B. Company
Yard No: 
312
Engine: 
BOL
Screws: 
2

 
1925 C.84
07/12/1949 first reg. at London, ON.183150 to John Byford & Son Ltd., Poplar as DELCE
1950 123grt, 58nrt
LR1951, 1954 owner John Byford & Sons Ltd., London
Re-engined in ????, 2cyl by Ellire Diesel Marine Works, Sodertalje (made 1938)
1956 Ham Lighterage Co. Ltd., London
1956 re-engined  M4cyl.2-stroke 85bhp by Bergius  Co. Ltd., Glasgow
14/02/1962 sank off theentrance to the River Crouch
NB LR's from 1951 list her as a Blyth S.B. vessel of 98 feet but by 1959 as 103.9 feet so possibly she is former X.79, 80, 82, 84, 85, 87, 88 or even former dumb from series DX.7-10.
 

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