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Name: TREVILLEY
Type: Cargo Ship
Launched: 01/03/1897
Completed: 03/1897
Builder: John Readhead & Sons
Yard: West Yard, South Shields
Yard Number: 322
Dimensions: 3112grt, 1983nrt, 323.0 x 47.1 x 22.6ft
Engines: T3cyl (24, 40 & 64 x 42ins), 278nhp
Engines by: John Readhead & Co, South Shields
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Steel
Reg Number: 104674
History:
03/1897 E Hain & Son, St Ives
1898 Trevilley Steamship Co Ltd (E Hain & Son), St Ives
1901 Hain Steamship Co Ltd (E Hain & Son), St Ives
1911 Antwerp Engineering Company, Antwerp
1911 Anglo-Ionian SS Co Ltd (AA Embiricos & Co), Andros; renamed SALAMINIA
1917 Embiricos & Drosopulos Maritime Ltd, Andros
29/03/1918 Sank
Comments: 20/01/1911: Damaged in collision with SANTA LUCIA in the River Scheldt
when inwards from Bourgas to Antwerp with a cargo of grain.
Subsequently sold, repaired and returned to service
29/03/1918: Torpedoed & sunk by U-Boat UB64, 13 miles SSE of Rockabill
at 53.27N 05.32W. On a voyage from Barrow to Barry Roads in ballast


Above photos of TREVILLEY after the collision in 1911

Photos published in "Neptune" of 07/03/1914, courtesy of David Asprey