Thursday, 30 August 2007


Over the years, there have been many members of the Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service fleet based at the Great Harbour in Greenock. One such vessel is the mooring and salvage vessel SALMOOR. Originally there were three members of this class, one being sold fairly recently as part of a general fleet reduction programme. All three ships were built by Hall, Russell at Aberdeen in 1985-86, and their role is to lay and maintain underwater targets, navigation marks and moorings.