| 1948 – as “King Hal” with Overseas Towage & Salvage Co Ltd
1949 – As “Dane” with J Hay & Sons Ltd until at least 1956.
There is no further trace of her until she was discovered in the records of the West of Scotland Shipbreaking Company Limited at Troon during research into that company being conducted by my friend and ClydeMaritime colleague, the late Angus MacKinnon.
The WSSCL archive reveals that "Dane" arrived at Troon on the 6th of March 1964 drawing 1' 6" forward and 8' 6" aft, typical for a small puffer. She was immediately beached and on 28th April moved futher up the beach. Breaking started on 8th of May 1964 and was completed on 5th June 1964, i.e. a total demolition span of just four weeks - even for a small puffer quite a credible performance