Unit History: RFA Boardale

RFA Boardale
built by Harland & Wolff Ltd Govan,
Yard No 971
Propulsion: B&W Oil, 4000 BHP, 11.5 KNOTS
Launched: Thursday, 22/04/1937
Built: 1937
Engines by Harland & Wolff Govan
Ship Type: Tanker
Ships Role: Dale class
Tonnage: 8406 tons
Length: 463 feet
Breadth: 61 feet 6
Draught: 34 feet
Owner History:
British Tanker Company
Royal Fleet Auxiliary
Status: Wrecked - 30/04/1940
Sunk off Narvik after running ashore during the Norwegian campaign on the above date. She was later swept from the rocks and sank. All crew of 40 survived

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