ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
ST. ROGNVALD
Construction
STEEL
Type
STEAMER, PASSENGER, CARGO, LS
Date
1901
Official Number
114185
Description
Yard Number: 346
Launched May 1901

Routes Leith - Aberdeen, Orkney & Shetland

10 September 1910: Struck Fair Isle and damaged bow.
1918/19: Master J. Scott, Port of Registry: Aberdeen.
30 May 1924: ST ROGNVALD was involved in a collision with LOCHEE built in Bristol in 1918. The two ships collided in the Firth of Forth and both were badly damaged forward.
19 May 1934: Struck Fugli Baa (westside of Fair Isle).
December 1940: Attacked by captured British bomber with German crew - no casualties (Captain D McMillan).
30 April 1941: Damaged in air attack 22 miles north of Kinnaird Head without casualties (Captain W. G. Stout).
1951-1952: Laid up pending survey and class suspended. Scrapped at Ghent.
Owner
North of Scotland & Orkney & Shetland Steam Navigation Company
Shipbuilder
Hall, Russell & Company, Limited
Dimensions
length 230 7/12' x breadth 31 1/12' x depth 16 3/12'
Gross Tonnage: 920 ton

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