Built in 1944 by the British Powerboat Company at Southampton, SUNGO is a Motor Torpedo Boat of triple diagonal timber construction. Her original engines were triple Packard Marine Petrol Engines of 1250 hp each. She served in the 29th (Canadian) MTB Flotilla from commissioning in August 1944 until February 1945, when she survived the accidental destruction of the flotilla in Ostend, Belguim. Subsequently she was transferred to a Royal Navy MTB Flotilla. She saw several actions against German light coastal forces and is the last surviving Canadian MTB. Her engines have now been removed and she is in private ownership as a houseboat in Southampton.
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