M357 was built as a gunboat by Thomas Cook in Ceylon in 1943. During World War II she served extensively in the Mediterrainean with the Special Boat Service. After 1948 sje came to Chatham and has been nased in St Osyth or approx. 35 years.
She is the only Fairmile B vessel that took place in operation secret scrabble, the covert andings at Tub Rock. She was ised as a cover vessels by SBs and schooner squaring. She is now in use as a houseboat and is the last remaining Fairmile B in the UK.
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Built by Thomas Cook in Ceylon
Active service in World War 2
Moved the Chatham Dockyard
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