As HMT "Foyle"


Cramond Island  GN 18

Built 1918   Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing  Co Ltd,  as  "John Edmund"  (Steel)
Yard No 224
Owner at New Admiralty   (Ad No. 3738)
ID no 143828
Launch Date 1918
Completed 22.10.1918
Gross Tons 328


Nett Tons 131
Engine 69 hp  T.3-cyl by Campbell Gas Engine Co Ltd, Halifax
Length 138.5ft
Breadth 23.4ft
Depth 12.8ft
1919 Registered at London.
1920 Renamed "FOYLE" (T48)
1921 Owned by South African Navy
1921 Renamed "SONNEBLOM"
1934 Owned by Royal Navy and reverted to "Foyle"
1946 Sold to the Mercantile
1946 Owned by Thomas H. Scales & Sons Ltd ,Leith Edinburgh  (Henry Rutherford manager)
1946 Renamed "CRAMOND ISLAND"
1946 Registered at Granton GN 18
1949 Owned by Oddsson & Co Ltd,  Hull
1949 Granton registry closed.
1949 Renamed "BRIMNES"
1949 Registered at Hull H 558
09.01.1949 Towed into Stromness Orkney with five feet of water in the engine room by the Icelandic trawler "Rodull" (680g/1948)
01.1950 Owned by Alexander  Robertson  Milne, Aberdeen 
01.1950 Hull registry closed.
20.01.1950 Registered at Aberdeen A.648
06.04.1950 Renamed "HETTY MILNE"
10.1954 Sold as scrap to Jacques Bakker & Sons at Bruges Belgium
22.10.1954 Aberdeen registry closed.