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Name Official number Flag IMO
GLENDEVON  124243  GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1907  25/10/1907   
Vessel type Vessel description
Cargo General  Steel Screw Steamer  
Builder Yard Yard no
Charles Connell & Company, Glasgow   316 
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
4160 grt / 2656 nrt / 377.0 ft  49.5 ft  26.1 ft   
Engine builder Dunsmuir & Jackson Ltd., Govan
Engine detail
1-screw T 3-cyl. (25½”, 42” & 68” x 48”) 422nhp. 10kts. 

First owner First port of register Registration date
Western Steamship Company Ltd., (J. Gardiner & Company, manager), Glasgow.   Glasgow   
Other names
1921 SAILOR PRINCE 
Subsequent owner and registration history
28/09/1917 Furness, Withy & Company Ltd.
14/11/1917 Rio-Cape Line Ltd., (Furness, Withy & Company Ltd., managers).
07/12/1921 Renamed SAILOR PRINCE.
 
Vessel history
War service
15/03/1915 until 30.12.1916 Expeditionary Force Transport (No.0618) for motor transport from Avonmouth to France.
31/12/1916 until 25/05/1917 Wheat from Australia.
26/05/1917 until 03/08/1917 Wheat from the Gulf of Mexico.
04/08/1917 until 14/10/1917 White Sea Ammunition Carrier (No.215).
15/10/1917 until 14/01/1918 Royal Navy Collier (No.1842).
15/01/1918 until 17/08/1918 French Government Service (steel USA to France).
18/08/1918 until 19/10/1918 Royal Navy Collier (No.1842).
20/10/1918 until 20/12/1918 Wheat from Canada.
21/12/1918 To the Liner Section.
 
Remarks
1915 Amiralty operated Q Ship 
End year Fate / Status
1936  Broken Up 10/03/1936 
Disposal Detail
Arrived at Rosyth for demolition by Metal Industries Ltd. 
 

 



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