Manningtry

Vessel Name on Arrival: 
Parklaan
Vessel Type: 
Cargo
Official Number: 
124297
GRT: 
3,869
Draught For'd: 
13' 00"
Draught Aft: 
14' 06"
Year Built: 
1911
Arrival Date: 
11/09/1945
Breakup Started: 
12/09/1945
Date First Beaching: 
26/11/1945
Breakup Completed: 
19/02/1946
Original Builder: 
J. L. Thompson, North Sands
Original Yard No.: 
477
Name Changes: 

1911 :  Manningtry   :   Imperial S.S. Coy.  (Silverwright, Bacon & Coy)

1916 :  Arabier          :   Lloyd Royal Belge  (Brys & Gylsen)

1922 :  Caldy Light   :   Bristol Channel Steamers  (J. German & Coy)

1932 :  Marjanells    :   Marjanells S. S. Company, London

1934 :  Ronnskar     :   O/Y Wasa S.S. Coy  (Wasa Steamship Company, Wasa, Finland)

1939 :  Parklaan       :   Stoomschip Hannah, Rotterdam

Other Information: 

Launched  :  25/07/1911

Completed :   September 1911

Acquired by the MOWT and scuttled on 09/06/1944 off the Normandy beachhead as part of Gooseberry Harbour No. 3.

Raised in July 1945 and towed to Troon for breaking up

[ See also Alynbank, another Gooseberry Harbour No. 3 block ship broken up at Troon ]

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