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A Royal Canadian Navy Historical Project

HMCS VERAINE I

Then HC 135

Then HMCS VERAINE

Then QMB 100

Then QMC 100

 

No Photo Available

 

 

Acquired by RCN: 1945 

Fate: Unknown 

 

She was acquired as the Veraine I by the Royal Canadian Navy as a Despatch Boat for service 1942-45. She was renamed as H.C. 135. (She is reported to have become the Veraine). As Veraine she was a Canadian Naval Launch, Motor, Flag Officer's Barge (Admiral's Barge) in service with the Royal Canadian Navy 1952-57. In 1957 she was renamed as Q.M.B. 100 and Q.M.C. 100. In 1979 she was owned by Roy A. Russell, St. John's NF. (Source: Nauticapedia)

 

Commanding Officers

CLt Syndey William Buxton, RCNVR - 15 Jul 1944 - unk

 

 

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