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Filename=GM5O5185.JPG  Filesize=742KB  Dimensions=600x900  Date added=May 25, 2012

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Yseult, 46ft St Malo Pilot Cutter; Yseult is a 46ft Gaff Cutter built in GRP in 2000 by Martin Heard's Gaffers and Luggers at Mylor Creek near Falmouth. The lines are based on a St Malo Pilot Cutter designed by Francois Lemarchand in 1891.

Yseult, 46ft St Malo Pilot Cutter; Yseult is a 46ft Gaff Cutter built in GRP in 2000 by Martin Heard's Gaffers and Luggers at Mylor Creek near Falmouth. The lines are based on a St Malo Pilot Cutter designed by Francois Lemarchand in 1891.

HMS Tyne was a Hecla-class depot ship launched in 1940. She served in World War II and the Korean War and was scrapped in 1972.

HMS Tyne was a Hecla-class depot ship launched in 1940. She served in World War II and the Korean War and was scrapped in 1972.

HMS Kempenfelt (I18) 1931, was a C-class destroyer built for the Royal Navy. A flotilla leader, she saw service in the Home Fleet before WW II and the ship made several deployments to Spanish waters during the Spanish Civil War, enforcing the arms blockade imposed by Britain and France on both sides of the conflict. Kempenfelt was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) in 1939 and renamed HMCS Assiniboine. During WW II, she served as a convoy escort in the battle of the Atlantic.

HMS Kempenfelt (I18) 1931, was a C-class destroyer built for the Royal Navy. A flotilla leader, she saw service in the Home Fleet before WW II and the ship made several deployments to Spanish waters during the Spanish Civil War, enforcing the arms blockade imposed by Britain and France on both sides of the conflict. Kempenfelt was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) in 1939 and renamed HMCS Assiniboine. During WW II, she served as a convoy escort in the battle of the Atlantic.

HMS Gurkha (G63) - L class destroyer  Ordered: 31 March 1938  Laid down: 18 October 1938  Launched: 8 July 1940  Commissioned: 18 February 1941  Fate: Sunk, 17 Jan 1942

HMS Gurkha (G63) - L class destroyer Ordered: 31 March 1938 Laid down: 18 October 1938 Launched: 8 July 1940 Commissioned: 18 February 1941 Fate: Sunk, 17 Jan 1942

HMS Rothesay (F107) a type 12M Frigate built by Yarrow at Scotstoun and commissioned on April 23, 1960. Appeared in the Bond film "Thunderball" whilst in the Windies. Refitted in mid 60s, losing her 40mm for a Seacat system and one of her AS Mortars for a helicopter flight deck, hanger & Westland Wasp. Scrapped in '88. Photo is prior to her refit.

HMS Rothesay (F107) a type 12M Frigate built by Yarrow at Scotstoun and commissioned on April 23, 1960. Appeared in the Bond film "Thunderball" whilst in the Windies. Refitted in mid 60s, losing her 40mm for a Seacat system and one of her AS Mortars for a helicopter flight deck, hanger & Westland Wasp. Scrapped in '88. Photo is prior to her refit.

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