HMCS Acadia (1917)

HMCS Acadia (1917)

CSS Acadia was commissioned into the Royal Canadian Navy in January 1917 as a patrol vessel, replacing the CSS prefix with HMCS, thus becoming HMCS.
CGS ACADIA first arrived in Halifax on 8 July 1913 and after being hurriedly on 16 January 1917 and joined the Canadian Patrol Service as HMCS ACADIA.
William Oswald Story, 27 Apr 1917, RN ret'd, Supt. of Esquimalt D'yard 30 Oct RN (ret'd), -, commanding officer (?) of HMCS Acadia.

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Proceeded Mont Blanc through Narrows, complicating Imo and Mont Blanc manoeuvres. Halifax Explosion - Gallery. Acadia was serving as guard ship at the entrance to Bedford Basin but suffered only minor damage. Niobe as Flag Lieutenant. Broke moorings, minor injuries. Deputy Minister of the Naval Service : George J. Halifax Explosion Book of Remembrance. Consulting Naval Engineer : Acting Engineer-Captain Arthur C. Naval Toasts of the Day. MUSEUM Visitors Museum Services Get Involved ARCHIVES Articles Projects What's New. March Break: Arctic Quest. Private Secretary : Gustave Heidmann. National Historic Sites of Canada by location.
HMCS Acadia (1917)