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HMCS LAVALEE (J371)

HMCS LAVALEE

The History of the LAVALEE

Built at A.C. Benson Shipyard Ltd., Vancouver, she was commissioned at Vancouver on June 21, 1944. She served out of Esquimalt on Esquimalt and Prince Rupert Force. After the war she was sold for civilian use. Burned in 1968.

LAVALEE Statistical Data

  • Pendant: J371
  • Type: Minesweeper
  • Class: Llewellyn
  • Displacement: 228 tonnes
  • Length: 119.3 ft
  • Width: 22 ft
  • Draught: 8.7 ft
  • Speed: 12 kts
  • Compliment: 3 Officers and 20 Crew
  • Arms: 4 - .5" m.g. (2XII)
  • Builder: A.C. Benson Shipyard Ltd., Vancouver, BC
  • Keel Laid:
  • Date Launched:
  • Date Commissioned: 21-Jun-44
  • Paid off: 27-Dec-45

Remarks

Sold 1947

Keywords: HMCS LAVALEE, Her Majesty's Canadian Ship LAVALEE, Canadian Navy Ship, Minesweeper, Llewellyn Class

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