Remillo GY 852

Built by Cook Welton & Gemmell for G F Sleight But was purchased by the Admiralty whilst on Stocks. Built as a non standard Castle Class 21/04/1917.

Named Robert Betson Adm 3601 

Registered by the Admiralty as a Trawler 1919

01/1920 Returned to Owners and registered as GY 13 Renamed Remillo

04/1920 Reregistered as GY 852

11/1933 Sold to G F Sleight & R L Humphreys

04/1940 Requisitioned by the Royal Navy as a Dan Layer 

Converted to a Auxiliary Patrol Vessel 09/1940 Based at Grimsby

27/02/1941 Vessel sunk by Mine in the River Humber 1.76 miles West 1/2 North of Spurn Point Light House

Her Details are 

  • Official Number 143803
  • Yard Number 364
  • Adm 3601 
  • Armament 1 x 3pdr
  • 266 GT 105 NT
  • Dimensions 125.2 x 22 x 12.2
  • Quarter Deck 67' Foc'sle 19'
  • Engines by Amos & Smith 80 NHP 10.5 Knots