||First port of register
|London, Brighton & South Coast Railway Co, London
|1887 LYON - 1910 LYONS - 1917 LA NINA - 1930 LANINA - 1930 HORA
|Subsequent owner and registration history
|1887 Compagnie des Chemins de Fer de l'Ouest, Paris - mng London, Brighton & South Coast Railway Co, London - reg Dieppe
1910 National Salvage Association Ltd - mng C A P Gardiner, London - reg Glasgow
1917 Henry M Grayson, Liverpool
1917 The Ocean Salvage Co Ltd, London
1921 reg London
1922 The Ocean Salvage & Towage Co Ltd, London
1930 Philip Charles Cecil Vail, Istanbul.
1930 Turk Gemi Kurtarma Anonim Sirketi (Turkish Salvage Co), Istanbul - reg Istanbul
1935 TC Münakalàt Vekàleti Devlet Denizyollari Isletme Umum Müdürlügü, Istanbul.
1938 Deniz Vank Turk Gemi Kurtarma, Istanbul.
1944 Devlet Denizyollari ve Limanlari Turk Gemi. Kurtarma, Istanbul.
1958 DB Istanbul Limanlari Isletmesi, Istanbul.
|20/8/1895 in a fog bank, struck and sank running-mate SEAFORD (built Denny 1894) 20nm off Newhaven; she brought all SEAFORD's passengers and crew to Newhaven.
1910 converted to salvage vessel - 537grt 155nrt
1914 engines tripled - 537grt 192nrt
5/8/1914 requisitioned by Admiralty as decoy (Q-ship); commissioned as HMS LYONS
17/4/1915 to Royal Fleet Auxiliary as a salvage vessel
1/1916-3/1916 chartered to Telegraph Construction & Maintenance Co Ltd, London
17/4/1916 returned to owners
7/12/1917 requisitioned by Admiralty and reverted to Q-ship (as LA NINA?)
20/5/1919 returned to owner
1927 sent to Constantinople for resale
|1919 reported of sale to French government seems to be erroneous
1930 593grt 192nrt
||Fate / Status
|Broken up at Istanbul