|Gross Registered Tonnage||244 grt. 56 nett.|
|Builder||New Engineering & Shipbuilding Co. Shanghai.|
|Hull||Steel, clincher construction.|
|Engine Builder||By ship builder.|
|Engine Type||Steam, triple expansion.|
|Engine cylinders||3 per engine.|
|Engine Power||69 registered hp.|
|Propulsion mode||Twin screw|
1914. Built for the Yangtse river services, to maintain the Hunan to Siangtan, Changsha, Yochow, and Hankow, during the low water period between December and April/May.
1941. Requisitioned by the Royal Navy and used as a naval minesweeper at Singapore.
Feb 14th. 1942. Sunk by bombs from Japanese aircraft in the Riau Strait, when bound for Indragin while trying to escape from Singapore with 110 R.A.F. personnel on board.
The first tug owned by C.N.Co. Based at Shanghai for Yangtse river operations.