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Name Official number Flag IMO
BENJAMIN COOKE    GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1917  15/10/1917  01/11/1917 
Vessel type Vessel description
Naval Trawler  Steel Screw Steamer 2 Masts 
Builder Yard Yard no
Bow, McLachlan & Co. Ltd., Paisley Thistle Yard  347 
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
265 grt / 75 nrt / 125.6 ft  23.4 ft  12.8 ft   
Engine builder Bow, McLachlan & Co. Ltd., Paisley
Engine detail
1-screw. T3Cyl. (12.5, 21 & 35 - 26)in. 180lb. 87NHP. 10.5 knots 

First owner First port of register Registration date
The Admiralty     
Other names
1922 EMIEL VANDERVELDE - 1938 NAMUR - 1939 HMS NAMUR - 1944 HMS PALISADE - 1947 KELVINCOURT 
Subsequent owner and registration history


1920 sold to mercantile and registered in London
28/2/1922 sold to Societe Anon Arm Ostend and renamed EMIEL VANDERVELDE
December 1938 acquired by Consolidated Fisheries, registered with subsidiary Rhondda Steam Fishing and renamed NAMUR - GY 549
March 1942 to Walbro Fishing Co Ltd, Aberdeen
November 1943 purchased by the Admiralty
1947 to A.A. Graham.
August 1947 to Kelvin Trawlers Ltd Glasgow, and renamed KELVINCOURT, registered at Aberdeen – A 405
1951 transferred to fish from Fleetwood and registered at Fleetwood - FD 124




 
Vessel history
Admiralty Trawler, Castle Class - 3667
May 1940 requisitioned, converted into an APV and commissioned as HMS NAMUR
December 1940 converted to a BDV
 
Remarks
 
End year Fate / Status
1953  Broken Up  
Disposal Detail
Broken up byW.Ward, Barrow in September 1953. Barrow-in-Furness. 
 

 



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