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List of ships built by Hall, Russell & Company

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RMAS Colonel Templer, built by Hall Russell in 1966 as a trawler
RMAS Colonel Templer, built by Hall Russell in 1966 as a trawler

This is an incomplete list of ships built by Hall, Russell & Company.

Flower-class Corvettes

HMS Loosestrife
HMS Loosestrife

Island-class Patrol Vessels

  • 960 FPV Jura 1973[2] sold and renamed Criscilla[3]
  • 962 FPV Westra 1974 (2005-2007 MV Robert Hunter; since 2007: MV Steve Irwin)[4]
  • 971 HMS Jersey (P295) 1976, sold 16 Dec 1993 and renamed BNS Ruhul Amin
  • 972 HMS Orkney (P299) 1977, sold 30 April 1999 and renamed TTS Nelson (CG20)
  • 973 HMS Shetland (P298) 1977, sold 19 Feb 2003 and renamed BNS Kapatakhaya[5]
  • 974 HMS Guernsey (P297) 1977, sold Jan 2004 and renamed BNS Sangu
  • 975 HMS Lindisfarne (P300) 1978, sold Jan 2004 and renamed BNS Turag
  • 983 HMS Anglesey (P277) 1979, sold 2002 and renamed BNS Gomati
  • 984 HMS Alderney (P278) 1979, sold 2002 and renamed BNS Karatoa[5]

Castle-class Patrol Vessels

Hong Kong Patrol Craft (HKPC)

HMS Starling (P241) at Hall, Russell & Co., Aberdeen
HMS Starling (P241) at Hall, Russell & Co., Aberdeen

Mooring and Salvage Vessels

  • 979 MV <i>Tornado</i> 1979 torpedo retrieval[6]
  • 993 RMAS Salmoor (A185) 1985
  • 994 RMAS Salmaid (A186) 1985
  • 995 RMAS Salmaster (A187) 1986

Fisheries Research Vessels

Auxiliaries

Round Table Class Admiralty Trawlers

  • ??? HMT Sir Gareth (T227) 1942

Passenger

Cargo

  • SS Collynie, 1892 - Steel collier schooner - Ship’s owner Mr Todd Moffatt,Aberdeen, Collision with SS Girnigoe and sunk approaching Aberdeen Harbour 3rd May 1897.
  • 773 SS Edenwood, 1943 – Constantine Lines, Middlesbrough[13]
  • 776 SS Avonwood, 1944 – Constantine Lines, Middlesbrough[13]
  • 781 SS Corfen, 1944 – William Cory & Sons[13]
  • 785 SS Firebeam, 1945 – Gas Light and Coke Company[13]
  • 788 SS Sir Joseph Swan, 1945 – London Power Company[13]
  • 750 SS Winga, 1957 – Glen & Company Ltd, Glasgow[13]
  • 856 MV Rona, 1956 – Colonial Sugar Refinery Co Ltd, Australia
  • 857 MV Corsea, 1956 – William Cory & Sons[13]
  • MV Silver Harrier, 1970 – Colonial Sugar Refinery Co Ltd, Australia
  • 949 MV Thameshaven, 1971 – the largest ship built in Aberdeen[14]
  • 1000 RMS St Helena, 1989
  • Seaforth Viscount, launched 8 July 1982 from the dry dock due to the construction of the covered slipway. Later renamed Far Viscount and is now the Cape Viscount.[citation needed]

Passenger/Cargo

References

  1. ^ "Marigold". Aberdeen Built Ships. Retrieved 20 February 2010.
  2. ^ "FPV Jura". Aberdeen Built Ships. Retrieved 20 February 2010.
  3. ^ "ScottishFishery Protection Cruisers". Retrieved 20 February 2010.
  4. ^ "FPV Westra". Aberdeen Built Ships. Retrieved 20 February 2010.
  5. ^ a b "Annual Report 2002-2003" (PDF). Disposal Services Agency. Retrieved 21 February 2010.
  6. ^ "Tornado". Aberdeen Built Ships. Retrieved 20 February 2010.
  7. ^ "Criscilla". Aberdeen Built Ships. Retrieved 20 February 2010.
  8. ^ "Hebrides". Aberdeen Built Ships. Retrieved 21 February 2010.
  9. ^ "Clansman". Aberdeen Built Ships. Retrieved 21 February 2010.
  10. ^ "Columba". Aberdeen Built Ships. Retrieved 21 February 2010.
  11. ^ "St Ola". Aberdeen Built Ships. Retrieved 21 February 2010.
  12. ^ "Orkney's £1.5m ferry". The Glasgow Herald. 31 December 1973. p. 9. Retrieved 29 December 2016.
  13. ^ a b c d e f g Anderson, James B (2008). Sommerville, Iain (ed.). "Ships built by the Burntisland Shipbuilding Company Ltd: arranged by date of launch". Welcome to Burntisland. Iain Sommerville. Retrieved 23 June 2011.
  14. ^ "Thameshaven". Aberdeen Built Ships. Retrieved 21 February 2010.
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