Category:Quest (ship, 1917)
- Type: Fishing ship, schooner rigged
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- Built by: Erik Lindstøls Båtbyggeri, Risør
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- Date of completion: 1917
- Length over all: 111 ft
- LPP: m
- Beam: 24 ft
- Draught: 12 ft
- GRT: 209 (214?)
- Wooden hull
- Main engine: steam engine built at Tønsberg, Norway, but in 1939 a 4cyl 2tev Wichmann 350 bhp motor was installed
- Speed: kn
- 1917 Named: FOCA I (fishery No. K-13-K) for Andr. Ingebrigtsen, Høvik Flag: Norway
- 03.1921 Sold to Sir Ernest Shackleton, Cowes Renamed: QUEST Flag: United Kingdom
- Shackleton died when he was on his way to the Antarctic with this ship
- 1923 Sold to W. G. Oliffe, Cowes
- 03.1924 Sold to Schjelderups Sælfangstrederi A/S (Thomas Schjelderup), Skånland / Bø (fishery No. N-94-BN). Flag: Norway
- 01.1939 Sold to Skips-A/S Quest (Ivar Austad, Tromsø) (fishery No. T-24-T) Flag: Norway
- 09.1940 Outbrake of WW II, under Nortraship control, upon hearing of the invasion she proceeded to St. John's.
- 11.1940 On hire to The Royal Navy, in use as minesweeper in the West Indies / Caribbean.
- 07.1941 Returned to Nortraship
- 04.1942 Requisitioned by Den Konglige Norske Marine (Royal Norwegian Navy)
- 07.05.1942 Convoy SC 83 Departed Halifax bound for Glasgow with rubber
- 05.06.1942 Convoy WN 292 Departed Loch Ewe and arrived Aberdeen on the 06.06.1942
- 01.09.1942 Returned to Nortraship
- 26.01.1942 Convoy RU 59 Departed Reykjavik and arrived Scrabster 01.02.1942
- 21.06.1943 On hire to The Royal Navy as water vessel
- 10.10.1945 Laid up
- 19.07.1946 Returned to owner Skips-A/S, in service again
- 05.05.1962 Sprang a leak and sank due to ice while catching seal off the north coast of Labrador. Crew saved by Norwegian seal catchers Norvarg, Polarfart, Polarsirkel and Kvitfjell.
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