UL (1911)

Later names:
Vanduara (1927)
Sayonara (1930)
Sayonara (1935)
HMS Sayonara (1939)
Barcarolle (1946)


Builder:
Ramage & Ferguson Ltd.
Leith, Scotland
Ordered:
N/A
Keel Laid:
N/A
Year Built:
1911
Launched:
N/A
Type:
Yacht
Completed:


N/A
Fate:
Destroyed by fire (arson) at Southampton, England in 1947 or 1948.


Owner
H.I.H. Archduke Charles Stephen of Austria
1927:
R. G. Fothergill
Buenos Aires, Argentina
(Registered in Dover, England)

1930:
Anthony J. Drexel
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

1935:
Major Ralph S. Grigg
London, England

1939:
The Admiralty
London, England

1946:
J. Bruce Kellock
Southampton, England

Unknown
Derek Clayton-Wright
Bournemouth, England


Dimensions, machinery and performance

Length:
198' 2"
Engines:
Three cylinder triple expansion
Beam:
29' 1"
Boilers:
2
Draft:
16' 1" (depth)
Shafts:
1
Gross Tons:
854 (a)
HP:
138 (NHP)
Displacement:
N/A
Speed:
N/A
Crew:
N/A
Funnels:
1
Passengers:
N/A
Masts:
2
Construction notes
(a):
Later re-registered at 897 tons.


Notes
1939:
Acquired by the Admiralty and converted into an Armed Boarding Vessel, pennant number
4.72.

July 29, 1948:
Derek Clayton-Wright, the owner, was convicted of setting fire to the yacht in an
insurance fraud case, he received three years in prison.



Builder's Data
Page published Jan. 20, 2010