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References:
Steam Drifters: Jim Tarvit

British Warships 1914-1919: F J Dittmar & J J Colledge

Mariners Almanac

Olsens Almanac

 
 

 
Admiralty No
Owners & Port History

( chronological order)
Name:   

1. Owner:Admiralty

Moonset
Official Number if Transferred: 
140844
2. Owner: 
Built: 
1918 February 10th J W Brooke & Co., Ltd., Lowestoft.
3. Owner: 
Type of Vessel and Armament:
Port: 
Standard Drifter, Steel; design by Alex Hall & Co., Aberdeen.
4. Owner: 
Length:  Port: 
  86. ft. lok., 18.0ft b., 10.6ft d.(Standard design dimensions as per Admiralty specification)
5. Owner: 
Tonnage:  Port: 
   97 grt., 42nt.
6. Owner: 
Engine Power:  Port: 
270 design ihp., 30 nhp., triple expansion steam engine designed by William Beardmore & Co., Ltd., Coatbridge.
 

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Radio Call Sign:     
GKGN
   
Years:     
1920
   

History: 

 1920 February 10th.,completed and delivered to Admiralty.

1920 October 20th to Fishery Board for Scotland.

1920 registered PD 444 Flora Taylor

1930c registry closed vessel sold to Lowestoft and registered LT 239 Flora Taylor.

1954 registry closed vessel scrapped.