Uno

Vessel name on Arrival: HMT Sureaxe

Original Builder: Hall, Russell & Company Limited of Aberdeen, Scotland

Original Yard No: 425

Official Number: 144595

Vessel Type: navaltrawler

GRT: 195

Year Built: 1907

Arrival Date: 20/08/1951

Breakup Started: 31/08/1951

Date First Beached: 01/10/1951

Date Breakup Completed: 22/11/1951

Draught For’d: 7' 6"

Draught Aft: 13' 9"

Name Changes:

April 1907  :  Launched as UNO for Argentina, registered at Buenos Aires

1917  :  Owned by the Russian Government for the Russian Navy, out of Archangel

1917  :  Renamed T.31 when re-egistered in Archangel and her previous Buenos Aires registration closed

03-08-1918  :  Seized in the White Sea

November 1918  :  Added to the Navy List and renamed HMT SUREAXE for the Royal Navy

1920  :  Registered in London, sold to the Mercantile Service under Glasgow Owners, and re-registered GY 24

1923  :  Owned by James M. Davidson pf Aberdeen – Owner/Manager

1924  :  Owned by Harrow Steam Fishing Company Limited of Aberdeen (J.A. Harrow – Manager)

08-01-1926  :  Glasgow Registry closed and vessel re-registered out of Aberdeen – A.161

1939  :  Owned by Llewellyn & Yolland of Milford Haven (Manager – J. C. Llewellyn)

07-12-1939  :  Aberdeen Registry closed

11-12-1939  :  Milford Haven Registry taken out – M 35

1941  :  Owned by Mrs. E. M. Cubbin of Douglas, Isle of Man.  (Manager – R. A/ Colby Cubbin)

05-05-1941  :  Milford Haven Registry closed and re-registered out of Douglas, Isle of Man – DO 37

August 1942 until November 1945 : Requisitioned by R.N. for Target Towing operations – Pennant FY 1843

1945  :  Returned to Owners.

1951  :  Arrived at the West of Scotland Shipbreaking Company Limited facility at Troon for breaking

 

 

 

 

Other Information:

Dimensions  :  112.4 feet  x  21.5 feet  x  11' 7"

 

Propulsion  :  Triple-Expansion Steam Reciprocationg Engine of 69 HP manufactured by Hall Russell, Aberdeen

 

 

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