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The HMS Guide Me II was built in Aberdeen in 1907 by Hall, Russell & Co. She grossed 100 tons and was approximately 26m long and 5.6m wide. She sank in 1918 while on patrol after a collision with, depending on reports, either an unnamed vessel, or the nearby Muglins rock. The vessel now lies in 33m water east of Dalkey Island. A full shipwreck information sheet is available at http://www.infomar.ie/data/Shipwrecks/Box45/pdfs/HMS%20Guide%20Me%20II_Final.pdf.
This model was created by data collected by INFOMAR and University of Ulster.