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HMCS GULNARE

HMCS GULNARE

The History of the GULNARE

Gulnare was purchased by the Canadian government in 1902 for fishery protection work. From 1918 to 1919 she served as a contraband control vessel on the east coast, returning after the war to government duties which included hydrographic survey. She was sold to Marine Industries Ltd. about 1938, and broken up about 10 years later.

GULNARE Statistical Data

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  • Displacement: 262 tonnes
  • Length: 137 ft
  • Width: 20.5 ft
  • Draught: 13.6 ft
  • Speed: 10 kts
  • Compliment: 25 Officers and Crew
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  • Builder: C. Connel, Scotstoun
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  • Date Launched: 1893
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Keywords: HMCS GULNARE, Her Majesty's Canadian Ship GULNARE, Canadian Navy Ship, , Class

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