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HMT Amethyst was a naval trawler requisitioned by the Admiralty prior to the Second World War. She was sunk in the second year of the war. Amethyst was built as the commercial trawler Phyllis Rosalie by Smiths Dock Company, South Bank-on-Tees and was launched on 15 January 1934. Her first owners were the Boston Deep Sea Fishing & Ice Co Ltd, based at Fleetwood. In 1935 she set a number of records for catches landed at Fleetwood, and was present at King George V's Silver Jubilee Spithead Review, representing the port of Fleetwood. She was sold later that year to the Admiralty, who had her converted into an anti-submarine warfare trawler with the addition of ASDIC and a four inch gun. They classed her and a number of other trawlers as the Gem group, and the name Amethyst was selected.

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  • HMT Amethyst was a naval trawler requisitioned by the Admiralty prior to the Second World War. She was sunk in the second year of the war. Amethyst was built as the commercial trawler Phyllis Rosalie by Smiths Dock Company, South Bank-on-Tees and was launched on 15 January 1934. Her first owners were the Boston Deep Sea Fishing & Ice Co Ltd, based at Fleetwood. In 1935 she set a number of records for catches landed at Fleetwood, and was present at King George V's Silver Jubilee Spithead Review, representing the port of Fleetwood. She was sold later that year to the Admiralty, who had her converted into an anti-submarine warfare trawler with the addition of ASDIC and a four inch gun. They classed her and a number of other trawlers as the Gem group, and the name Amethyst was selected.
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  • HMT Amethyst
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Ship acquired
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  • 802.64
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  • *Launched as the Phyllis Rosalie *Renamed Amethyst in 1935
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  • 51.507777777777775 1.0208333333333333
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  • Smith's Dock Co., South Bank-on-Tees
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  • February 1934
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  • United Kingdom
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  • --11-24
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  • 4792.98
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