Bow, McLachlan & Company
Bow, McLachlan & Company was a Scottish shipbuilder founded in 1872. Initially, it built marine components and eventually specialised in small ships that would be disassembled for shipment to remote places where they would be re-assembled for service. During the Dreadnought Era, it built a number of sloops for the Royal Navy.
The company was acquired and shut down in 1932.
|H.M.S. Marigold||sweeping sloop||27 May, 1915||Sold Jan, 1920|
|H.M.S. Mimosa||sweeping sloop||16 Jul, 1915||Sold Nov, 1922|
|H.M.S. Camellia||sweeping sloop||25 Sep, 1915||Sold 15 Jan, 1923|
|H.M.S. Myosotis||sweeping sloop||4 Apr, 1916||Sold 30 Jan, 1923|
|H.M.S. Cotswold||minesweeper||28 Nov, 1916||Sold early 1923|
|H.M.S. Cottesmore||minesweeper||9 Feb, 1917||Sold early 1923|
|H.M.S. Bootle||minesweeper||11 Jun, 1918||Sold 21 Feb, 1923|
|H.M.S. Blackburn||minesweeper||13 Aug, 1918||Sold 17 Oct, 1922|
|H.M.S. Caerleon||minesweeper||6 Dec, 1918||Sold Apr, 1922|
|H.M.S. Camberley||minesweeper||28 Dec, 1918||Sold Jul, 1923|
|H.M.S. Caterham||minesweeper||6 Mar, 1919||Sold 26 Apr, 1935|
|H.M.S. Carstairs||minesweeper||18 Apr, 1919||Sold 26 Apr, 1935|