Requisitioned Auxiliary – Fairy

Official Number:                       93655

Laid down:

Builder:                                   J. Fullerton, Paisley

Pennant Nr:                             Y 3.1991 / Y 8.109

Launched:                               14 Novenber 1902

Into Service:                            19 January 1918

Out of service:                         30 December 1918

Fate:                                      Wrecked  January 1937

 

 

Official Number:                       93655

Laid down:

Builder:                                   J. Fullerton, Paisley

Pennant Nr:                             Y 3.1991 / Y 8.109

Launched:                               14 Novenber 1902

Into Service:                            19 January 1918

Out of service:                         30 December 1918

Fate:                                      Wrecked  January 1937

 

Items of historic interest involving this ship: –

 

Background Data:  One of an additional group of ships requisitioned by the Admiralty during WW1 to augment the ships of the RFA

 

Career Data:

 

14 November 1902 launeched by J Fullerton, Paisley as Yard Nr: 167 named Fairy for East Coast Steamship Co Ltd., Kings Lynn

December 1902 complete

27 December 1902 sailed the River Tyne for Blyth

12 February 1903 sailed the River Tyne for Kings Lynn

29 June 1903 arrived the River Tyne from Kings Lynn

20 August 1903 sailed the River Tyne for Kings Lynn

6 October 1903 arrived the River Tyne from Kings Lynn

17 October 1903 arrived the River Tyne from Kings Lynn

6 October 1904 sailed the River Tyne for Hull

29 December 1904 sailed the River Tyne for Kings Lynn

19 January 1918 requisitioned for Admiralty service as a Collier – name unchanged

23 November 1918 re-deployed as a Stores Carrier – name unchanged

30 December 1918 returned to her owners – name unchanged

January 1937 wrecked near Aberdeen