Remindo GY 1089

Remindo Built 10/1917 Cook Welton & Gemmell for G F Sleight
09/1917 Requisitioned for anti-submarine duty equipped with hydrophones  02/02/1918 English Channel Lt Cyril Salter Lost off Portland cause unknown presumed mined 50.30N 02.20W 2 officers and 17 ratings lost no survivors Hepper and report sunk by UC.79 Werner Löwe on French side of the Channel in the Seine Estuary but Hepper torpedoed on 1 February and by gunfire on 31 January BATEMAN, Levi J, Signalman BOSELEY, Brian W, Telegraphist 
BRINKLEY, Charles, 2nd Hand
DAVIS, Alfred, Deck Hand
GARWOOD, Henry T, Deck Hand 
GREEN, Harold A, Officer’s Steward  
HALDENBY, George F, Engineman 
HAMILTON, James H H F, Deck Hand 
HAYNES, James B, Leading Deck Hand
HOWARD, George W, Ty/Skipper
MCGOVERN, Edward, Trimmer 
MCGRATH, Patrick, Trimmer 
PORTER, Thomas, Deck Hand 
ROGERS, Harold S, Ty/Lieutenant 
SALTER, Cyril J, Ty/Lieutenant
SMITH, James W, Engineman
SWAINE, Daniel, Deck Hand
WHATLING, Arthur R, Ordinary Seaman 
WOOD, George, Deck Boy
WRIGHT, Arthur G, Deck Hand
Remindo GY.1089

Her Details are

  • Official Number 139957
  • Yard Number 361
  • Admiralty Number FY 3065
  • Armament 1-12pdr
  • GT 258 NT 113
  • Dimensions 120.5 x 22 x 12.2
  • Quarter Deck 67′
  • Engines Charles D. Holmes 80 NHP 10½ knots

Reported Lost 02/02/1918 off Portland whilst in Admiralty service