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Name Official number Flag IMO
ORMS-AIG  129555  GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1911  1911   
Vessel type Vessel description
Yacht   Wood Auxiliary Motor  Ketch
Builder Yard Yard no
James Adam, Gourock Cove Road   

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
15 grt / 9 nrt / 41.1 ft  10.2 ft  5.7 ft   
Engine builder Bergius Launch & Engine Co Ltd, Glasgow
Engine detail
1-screw. M4cyl paraffin (4¾" x 7") 30bhp 8kn

1920 re-engined by the Atlantic Engine Co (1920) Ltd, Wishaw
M4cyl 6"x8" 35bhp 8kn

1932 re-engined by John I Thornycroft & Co Ltd, Southampton.
M4cyl 3¾"x5" 4SA 35bhp 8¼kn  

First owner First port of register Registration date
Duncan Cameron, Glasgow  Glasgow  20/04/1911 
Other names
Subsequent owner and registration history
1913 Edward S Gooch, Tor Castle, Banavie, Invernessshire
1915 Francis L Bland, Copdock, Suffolk
1916 George U Scott, Glasgow
1919 William C Hannay, Stranraer
c1922 mng William F Tester, Greenhithe
1928 Charles S Grant, London
1928 John Smellie, M.I.N.A., Glenoran, Rhu, Dunbartonshire
1932 George Home, Gourock, Renfrewshire
1936 John A Wotherspoon, Renfrew
1936 Andrew G Wilson, Whitecraigs, Renfrewshire
1942 Ministry of War Transport, London
By 1950 J. O. May, Bank House, West Calder, Midlothian 
Vessel history

Initial name later referred to as ORMSAIG

1940 at Dunkirk evacuation.

Designed by J. A. McCallum. 
End year Fate / Status
Disposal Detail


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