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Fate: Sold for commercial use in Broken up in Commissioned at Esquimalt on 26 AprNanaimo arrived at Halifax on 27 Jun and for the next three months carried out local duties. After three round trips to Iceland, she escorted SC.
Her return trip with ON. She was under the command of her master, Harold Charles Jeffrey, and was carrying a cargo of 1, tons of automobile parts and 4, tons of military stores.
Nudist dating in Gadzhilovo The convoy was tracked by the German submarine U, commanded by Joachim Berger. He fired a second torpedo a minute later, but the gale conditions at the time prevented him from observing the accurately, and he recorded that while one torpedo had hit a ship, the other seemed to have missed.
In fact, both torpedoes struck the Port Nicholson, the first in the engine room, the farican in the stern.
Two men in the engine room were killed immediately, and as the Port Nicholson began to settle by the stern, the remaining crew abandoned esccorts and were picked up by the Royal Canadian Navy corvette HMCS Nanaimo. The Port Nicholson did not sink immediately, and by dawn was still afloat.
Her master returned to the ship, accompanied by the chief engineer, escorhs Lieutenant John Molson Walkley and three ratings from Nanaimo, to see if the ship could be salvaged. While they were aboard, worsening weather caused the ship to suddenly start to sink.
The party abandoned her, but their boat was overturned in the suction as Port Nicholson went down, drowning Jeffrey, Walkley, the chief engineer and a rating. The two surviving ratings were rescued by Nanaimo, which landed the survivors from Port Nicholson at Boston.
There she underwent a refit that lasted until 21 Feb but left her one of the few corvettes to survive the war with a short fo'c's'le. She was paid off for disposal at Esquimalt on 28 Sepand subsequently sold for mercantile use. Converted to a whale-catcher at Kiel inshe entered service as the Dutch-flag Rene W.
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