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HMCS LAURENTIAN

HMCS LAURENTIAN

The History of the LAURENTIAN

The Yorkshire-built King Edward was acquired in 1911 by Canada Steamship Lines and renamed Laurentian. She was sold to the RCN six years later and served as a patrol vessel from May, 1917 to January, 1919. Later transferred to the Department of Marine and Fisheries, she served as a lighthouse supply ship and buoy tender until sold for scrap in 1947.

LAURENTIAN Statistical Data

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  • Type:
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  • Displacement: 355 tonnes
  • Length: 149 ft
  • Width: 24 ft
  • Draught: 11 ft
  • Speed: 11 kts
  • Compliment: Officers and Crew
  • Arms: 1 - 12 pdr.
  • Builder: Cook, Welton & Gemmell, Beverley, U.K.
  • Keel Laid:
  • Date Launched: 1902
  • Date Commissioned:
  • Paid off:

Keywords: HMCS LAURENTIAN, Her Majesty's Canadian Ship LAURENTIAN, Canadian Navy Ship, , Class

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