X.210

Name: X.210

Class: 98 foot, powered; Nos X.201 - X.225

Launch Date: 1916

Builder: W. Dobson & Co., Newcastle

Yard No: 202

Engine: BOL

Screws: 2

Other Information:

1921 for disposal at Rosyth

1922 sold to Dashwood & Partners Ltd.

1922 EIFFEL TOWER, C. Shaw Lovell & Sons Ltd, London ON.147471

1933 PLYMOUTH TRADER, Plymouth Coasters Ltd. (Leonard Thom), Menheniot, Cornwall

1935 C. Shaw Lovell & Sons Ltd, London

1936 SAINT EXPEDIT, His Freres, Le Havre

1937 TENACE, Soc. Transports Maritime de la Basse Seine, Le Havre

1938 deleted from Lloyd's Register

20/01/1942 lost in a gale off St. Cast, France



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X-Lighter Classes/numbering:

X.001 – X.200: 105.5 foot, powered

X.201 – X.225: 98 foot, powered

DX.001 – DX.025: 98 foot, dumb

MISC.001 – MISC.003: Vessels believed to be former X-lighters, origins untraced

Engine Abbreviations:

‘BOL’ = 2 cyl. ‘hot bulb’ oil engine by J. & C. G. Bolinders Co., Stockholm

‘SVE’ = 2 cyl. oil engine by J. V. Svensin, Augustendal (Avance design)

‘BEAR’ = 2 cyl. oil engine by Wm. Beardmore & Co., Dalmuir</p>

‘CAMP’ = 2 cyl. ‘hot bulb’ oil engine by The Campbell Gas Engine Co. Ltd., Halifax

‘PLE’ = 2 cyl. oil engine by Plenty & Son, Newbury (Kromhout design)

‘SKAN’ = 2 cyl. oil engine by Skandia