160 Round Table Class trawler


Round Table class trawlers as deployed by the Royal Navy in ww2


my version of the Round Table class trawlers as deployed by the Royal Navy in ww2

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Class overview
Hall, Russell & Company
J. Lewis & Sons Ltd
Operators Royal Navy
Built 1941–1942
Completed 8
General characteristics
Displacement 440 long tons (447 t)
Length 125 ft (38.1 m)
Beam 23 ft 6 in (7.2 m)
Draught 13 ft 9 in (4.2 m)
Complement 35
1 × 12 pdr anti-aircraft gun
1 × 20 mm anti-aircraft gun
2 × machine guns
The Round Table class was a small class of trawlers built for the British Royal Navy in 1941–1942.[1] The class were built by two Aberdeen shipbuilding firms Hall, Russell & Company and J. Lewis & Sons Ltd.[2]

All were built to a 1936 design, the Star of Orkney,[3] by Hall, Russell & Co but were commissioned as minesweepers.[4] Two of the class, Sir Galahad and Sir Lancelot were converted to danlayers.[1]

The ships (and assigned pennant numbers)[5] in the class were:

Sir Agravaine (T230) launched 5 March 1942
Sir Galahad (T226) launched 18 December 1941
Sir Gareth (T227) launched 19 January 1942
Sir Geraint (T240) launched 15 April 1942
Sir Kay (T241) launched 26 October 1942
Sir Lamorack (T242) launched 23 November 1942
Sir Lancelot (T228) launched 4 December 1941
Sir Tristram (T229) launched 17 January 1942

Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A

1:144, 1:76


There are no reviews yet.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.