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Post by Henk » Mon Sep 26, 2011 5:41 pm

1968 - 1968
Sleepdienst Willem Muller NV - Terneuzen.
Build 1932 at NV Scheepswerven Jos Boel & Zonen - Temse.
33,07 x x 7,31 x 2,89 x m.
163 grt.
37780 Lloyds Register.
4SA 6 cylinder Carels, 495x610.
750 bhp; 800 ihp
In the fleet In 1968 as ZEELEEUW from Belgische Staat (Administration de la Marine) - Oostende.
Sold In 1968 for scrap to De Smet - Antwerpen.

Sailed only one month for Muller.

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Post by davidships » Tue Oct 11, 2011 2:25 pm

As ZEELEEUW, evacuated to UK in 6/1940 and served with Belgian flag and crew as a salvage vessel with the Liverpool & Glasgow Salvage Association (in full: The Liverpool and Glasgow Association for the Protection of Commercial Interests as Respects Wrecked and Damaged Property) under Admiralty direction.

Also reported towed 'Gooseberry' and 'Mulberry' sections to Normandy in 1944 (though not listed in John Winser's The D-Day Ships).
Presumably returned to Belgium in 1945.
David Asprey

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