|Builder:||J.L. Thompson and Sons, Sunderland|
|Fate:||Scrapped and hulk scuttled in 1928|
|Tonnage:||762 gross tons, 286 net|
|Length:||225 ft (69 m)|
|Beam:||30.2 ft (9.2 m)|
|Draught:||13.5 ft (4.1 m)|
She was built by J.L. Thompson and Sons, Sunderland as the Lancashire Witch for the New Isle of Man Steam Navigation Company for between Liverpool and the Isle of Man. She was purchased by Huddart Parker in 1888 and renamed Coogee.
She was requisitioned by the Royal Australian Navy as a minesweeper in Bass Strait and also as an armed patrol vessel on 20 May 1918 as HMAS Coogee. She was returned to her owners in 1919, before being chartered by the Telegraph Department in 1921 to repair damage to the Bass Strait cable.
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